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The Landlady (A Roald Dahl Short Story)
A fun and engaging scheme of work based around one of my favourite short stories by Roald Dahl. I created this scheme of work for my Year 8 set 1 class; however, it could easily be differentiated for lower ability classes. I've endeavoured for the scheme and activities within to have a strong focus on developing pupils' AO2 skills. He was on a business trip where he was originally going to "The Bell and Dragon," but then notices a sign in a window saying "Bed and Breakfast.
She then gets him to sign a registration book where there were two other entries.
However, one took place two years ago and another was approximately three-years-old. She also had a pet daschund and a parrot in the boardinghouse. Or a mild-mannered landlady with a penchant for murder….
In fiction. This one begins pool-side at a Jamaican resort with a hotel guest enjoying a beer and a cigarette in the sunshine while watching the antics in the pool. He is soon joined by a Southern man with an unidentifiable accent, perhaps Italian or Spanish. They comment on the American sailors from the nearby naval academy who seem to be getting on well with the English girls in the pool.
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After a few minutes, one of the young Americans hops out with a lady in tow, and they claim the chairs on the other side of the hotel guest. The Southern man, as it turns out, is a gambling man; he just loves to take things from others. What he takes must be something of value of course, since he enjoys the thrill of a high-stakes bet and eagerly puts up property of great value.
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Since the young man cannot afford to put up property to match that, if he loses, the Southern man gets the little pinky from his left hand. Before the story is over however, we learn just how obsessed the Southern man really is with the thrill of a good bet…. Seventeen year old Billy Weaver has just arrived in Bath to report for a job.