Jane Austen’s England
The Regency Era (1811-1820) in England is marked by the reign of King George III being handed to his son, the Prince of Wales. Due to George III’s poor health, the Prince Regent, as George the IV is called until he takes the throne after the death of his father, ruled England in what is known as the Regency Era. Jane Austen was born in Steventon, England in 1775. Her father the Rector of a country church in southern England. The Regency Era was a dramatic time in world history. It would become the backdrop of Jane Austen’s most famous books. Jane Austen Quotes & Copy Work will bring a fresh perspective to your history & literary studies.
Jane Austen’s Quotes & Copywork about Regency Era England
Austen is one of Britain’s most famous authors. She is known for her engaging writing style and ‘quirky’ characters. Jane Austen’s best-loved quotes from her most famous books are now available as copy work and are a perfect companion to your history and literature studies.
Explore and broaden your understanding of Regency life with a gentle introduction to Jane Austen’s most famous works. The quotes and copy work pages are perfect for middle school through high school students wanting to capture the essence of Jane.
Jane’s Quotes & Copy Work Available At The End Of This Post.
This downloadable set of copy work also includes activities to help students express their ideas and responses to Jane Austen’s literature. The activities create opportunities for discussion and reflection about Regency life. It is the perfect companion to history lessons focusing on the Georgian & Regency era (1775-1830) as well as a must-have tool for those exploring British literature.
Resources To Supplement Your Literature Studies.
There are many ways to incorporate learning about the Regency era. This set of quotes and copy work is a perfect supplement to interest-led activities that will bring history & literature to life. Combine it with a read- aloud, or hands-on activity and watch Regency Era England come to life.
- 10 Virtual Tours for Lovers of Jane Austen.
- Free read-aloud audio recordings of Jane’s various literary works.
- Regency Era Print & Color Paper Dolls & Dresses.
Fun Ways to Enjoy Jane Austen
Don’t Forget The Original Classics by Jane Austen!
Simply reading aloud as your children complete copy work, is a lovely way to enjoy the richness and beauty of Austen’s Regency Era England. The copy work download contains quotes from Austen’s most famous works including:
- Sense & Sensibility
- Pride & Prejudice
- Mansfield Park
- Northanger Abbey
Get your copy of Jane Austen’s Quotes & Copy Work below and explore the life and famous works of one of the world’s most beloved authors. Have an English Tea Party and share your favorite quotes. You may even enjoy engaging in a discussion about British history and how it is represented in Austen’s books. No matter what you you choose. Jane is truly delightful.
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