Great Expectations Setting

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Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations in the _____ age.

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1. The _____ brought an era of great change to England.

2. The two main settings in Great Expectations are _____ and _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The setting of Great Expectations is very important and provides great insight into the novel, and this quiz/worksheet will test you on its details.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessments contain questions about the following:

  • Time period that Charles Dickens wrote
  • Era that brought change to England
  • Two main settings in Great Expectations
  • Best term to describe Satis House
  • Place that upsets Pip the most

Skills Covered

  • Reading comprehension- demonstrate that you can grasp the most important concepts from the lesson about the setting of Great Expectations
  • Making connections - make the connection between the settings and story of Great Expectations
  • Information recall - remember the information you've read about Satis House

Additional Learning

To learn more about the setting in Great Expectations review the corresponding lesson called Great Expectations Setting. The lesson covers these objectives:

  • Identifies the roles of Estella and Jaggers
  • Explains how the settings of Great Expectations include two diverse places
  • Highlights the mist in the novel as representing danger and vagueness
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