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K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S
Page 16 – activity 4
1 While Sara was walking to the
shops, a man stole her bag.
2 An old lady was crossing the road
when a bicycle ran into her.
3 The doctor was examining the
injured man when the ambulance
arrived.
4 Tom met Angela when he was a
student.
Page 17 – activity 5
A
1 amazing 2 annoyed 3 boring
4 depressed 5 disappointing
6 embarrassed 7 exciting
8 interested 9 relaxing 10 surprised
B
Possible answers:
1 interesting/boring 2 relaxed
3 disappointing 4 excited
5 amazing 6 annoyed
Page 18 - activity 7
A
1 D 2 E 3 A 4 F 5 G 6 C
C
1 accident 2 ambulance 3 aspirin
4 bandage 5 emergency 6 hurt
7 operation 8 pain
PART TWO
The Search for Mr Hyde
Page 26 – activity 1
1 C 2 D 3 C 4 A 5 D 6 C
Page 27 - activity 2
7 – 3 – 6 – 1 – 4 – 8 – 5 – 2
Page 27 - activity 3
1 Who is Dr Lanyon?
2 Why did Mr Utterson go to the old
house?
3 What did Mr Hyde give Mr Utterson?
4 Was Dr Jekyll at home?
5 What did Poole tell Mr Utterson?
6 What did Dr Jekyll do two weeks
later?
Page 28 – activity 5
1 Mark has been a professional
footballer since 2006.
2 Sara has known her boyfriend
since Christmas.
3 My brother has had his MP3
player for three months.
4 Robert and Anne have been
married since 1995.
5 I’ve been a vegetarian since last
June.
6 I’ve played the violin since I was
six years old.
7 Julie’s had short hair since last
Saturday.
8 I’ve had a headache since this
morning.
9 I’ve known about Ellie and Hugo’s
divorce for a week.
10 Luca’s lived in this part of town
since 2001.
Page 29 - activity 6
So are we/We are too
didn’t like/hated
find out/discover
happening/going on
Perhaps he is./He might be.
can’t wait to see/’m looking forward
to seeing
Page 29 - activity 7
Possible answer:
Dear Mr Utterson,
Would you like to come to dinner
next Friday? If you are free, please
come at 8 o’clock. My cook is
preparing roast beef with potatoes
and carrots. I’ve invited Dr Jones and
Robert Louis Stevenson
Page 7 – activity 4
1 D 2 A 3 B
PART ONE
The Story of the Door
Page 14 - activity 1
A
1 Mr Enfield was frightened because
it was late and there was nobody
in the street.
2 The little girl and the man ran into
each other.
3 The man walked over the little girl.
4 The crowd was angry with the
man.
5 The man gave the girl’s family a
cheque for ninety pounds.
6 The cheque was real.
7 The man had a key to the door of
the old house because he used it
very often.
8 Mr Utterson already knew the
name of the man who wrote the
cheque.
B
1 No, they didn’t.
2 Because it was winter and it was
very late.
3 He didn’t know why.
4 He had a key.
5 Mr Enfield didn’t know.
6 No, he didn’t.
Page 15 – activity 2
A
1 serious 2 smile 3 laugh 4 quiet
5 kind 6 secrets
C
1 small, ugly, strange
2 They hated him but they didn’t
know why.
D
Possible answers:
1 Mr Utterson. Because he lives
alone.
2 Mr Enfield. Because he feels
frightened in the street.
3 Mr Hyde. Because he walks over
the little girl.
4 Mr Enfield. Because he doesn’t like
asking questions.
Page 16 – activity 3
1 stopped 2 was walking 3 saw
4 ran 5 fell 6 was lying 7 didn’t
stop 8 walked 9 started 10 went
11 brought 12 was examining
K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S A N D E X I T T E S T
Step
Three
B1.2
The Strange Case of
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson
READING & TRAINING
3
K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S
3 Why was he killed?
4 Do you know who the murderer is?
5 How was he killed?
6 Do you know where Mr Hyde lives?
7 Did you find anything there?
Recording script
Policeman: What was the victim’s
name?
Inspector Newcomen: Sir Danvers
Carew.
Policeman: Was he an important
man?
Inspector Newcomen: Yes, he was. He
was a Member of Parliament.
Policeman: Why was he killed?
Inspector Newcomen: We don’t really
know. We think the murderer is mad.
Policeman: Do you know who the
murderer is?
Inspector Newcomen: Yes, a girl
recognised him. It was a man called
Edward Hyde.
Policeman: How was he killed?
Inspector Newcomen: With a stick.
Policeman: Do you know where Mr
Hyde lives?
Inspector Newcomen: Yes, Mr
Utterson and I went to his house.
Policeman: Did you find anything
there?
Inspector Newcomen: We found the
other half of the stick.
Page 47 – activity 8
1 at two o’clock
2 the letter was
3 is out
4 they would
5 had a photograph
6 make you write
Page 48 – activity 2
1 B 2 A 3 B 4 C 5 A
PART FOUR
An Incident at
the Window
Page 54 – activity 1
1 B 2 A 3 A 4 A 5 B 6 A 7 A 8 B
9 A 10 B
Page 55 – activity 3
1 was had happened 2 looked had
had 3 didn’t understand had used
4 wanted hadn’t spoken
Page 56 - activity 4
1 ‘We have been friends for a long
time,’ Mr Utterson said.
2 ‘I saw Mr Hyde once last year,’ Mr
Utterson said.
3 ‘Did you hate Mr Hyde
immediately?’ Mr Enfield asked.
4 ‘I discovered that the old house
was Dr Jekyll’s laboratory later,’
Mr Enfield said.
Page 56 – activity 5
1 seriously 2 mysteriously
3 cheerfully 4 angrily 5 politely
6 patiently
Page 57 – activity 1
The answers are as follows, but do not
tell the students the answers
immediately. Let them find out
through reading.
1 A 2 A 3 B 4 B 5 B 6 B
Dr Smith too. I’m looking forward to
seeing you.
Best regards, Dr Henry Jekyll.
London and Crime
Page 32 – activity 1
Group 1: Charles Dickens - Oliver
Twist - Fagin - Bill Sykes - Nancy
Group 2: Arthur Conan Doyle -
Sherlock Holmes - Doctor Watson –
West End
Group 3: E.W. Hornung – Raffles -
Piccadilly
Group 4: Jack the Ripper -
Whitechapel
Page 34 – activity 1
1 A young servant girl
2 Some time after eleven o’clock at
night
3 near the window
4 old
5 white hair
6 Mr Hyde
7 he sometimes came to her
employer’s house
8 a heavy stick
PART THREE
The Carew Murder Case
Page 43 - activity 1
1 a) It was very violent
b) The victim was an important
man
2 a) a piece of the murderer’s stick
b) the old man’s wallet
c) papers
d) a letter addressed to
Mr Utterson
3 a) the murder
b) the part of the city where
Mr Hyde lived
c) the old woman who opened
the door
d) Mr Hyde’s rooms
4 a) clothes on the floor
b) part of Mr Hyde’s stick
c) part of a cheque book
5 a) They’ll wait for him to go to
the bank
b) They’ll put up pictures of him
all over the city
6 a) He had no family or friends.
b) There was no photograph
of him.
Page 43 - activity 2
1 B 2 A 3 A 4 B 5 B 6 A 7 A
8 B 9 A 10 B
Page 44 - activity 3
A
1 E 2 F 3 G 4 A 5 C 6 B
B
Possible answers:
1 Will you pick my book up for me,
please?
2 Will you turn down/off the
heating, please?
3 Will you turn down the radio,
please?
4 Will you switch on the light,
please?
5 Will you take those flowers away,
please?
6 Will you read the end of this
chapter to me, please?
Page 45 - activity 4
1 burglar/thief 2 forgery 3 stole
4 robbed 5 thief 6 shoplifting
7 murdered 8 forged
Page 46 - activity 5
1 C 2 D 3 A 4 B
Page 46 – activity 7
1 What was the victim’s name?
2 Was he an important man?
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PART FIVE
The Last Night
Page 65 – activity 1
1 B 2 A 3 A 4 A 5 B 7 A 8 A
9 B 10 B
Page 65 – activity 2
1 Where did Poole take Mr Utterson?
2 Why did Poole go to every chemist
in the town?
3 Whose writing was it in the note?
4 How did Mr Utterson and Poole
break down the door of the
laboratory?
5 What was Mr Hyde wearing?
6 When did Dr Jekyll write the letter
to Mr Utterson?
Page 66 – activity 3
As can been inferred from the
illustration on page 63, Hyde has
taken poison. We learn later (on page
88) that Hyde is afraid of being
captured by the police.
Page 66 – activity 4
1 The Sergeant ordered the soldiers
to march.
2 Rita asked Mike if he would like to
see her photos of Scotland.
3 Sue reminded Julie to pick up the
tickets from the travel agency.
4 Harry’s mother wants him to tidy
his room.
5 Paola is expecting Robert to phone
at six o’clock.
6 Eric and Heidi allow their children
to watch TV until late on Saturday
nights.
Page 67 – activity 5
1 Dr Jekyll must work at home
because he has a laboratory in his
house.
2 Mr Utterson must know Dr Jekyll
very well because they’ve been
friends for a long time.
3 Mr Hyde can’t be a poor man
because he has thousands of
pounds in the bank.
4 Mr Hyde can’t have any friends
because everyone hates him.
5 The servant girl must be very
frightened because she starts to
cry.
6 Dr Jekyll can’t be in the house
because Mr Utterson didn’t find
him anywhere.
Page 67 – activity 6
Mistery word: punishment
Page 68 – activity 7
1 F – She doesn’t know.
2 F – He thinks that Hyde killed
Jekyll.
3 F – She thinks that Jekyll escaped
from the laboratory.
4 T
Recording script
SALLY: I don’t understand the story
any more. Tell me what happened.
What happened to Dr Jekyll? Did he
escape?
K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S
5 6
K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S
JOHN: I think Hyde killed him.
SALLY: Where’s the body? If Hyde
killed him, where’s the body?
JOHN: I don’t know, but I’m sure that
Hyde killed him.
SALLY: No, I don’t agree with you.
I think Dr Jekyll escaped from the
laboratory.
JOHN: He couldn’t escape. The door to
the street was locked – and Mr
Utterson found the key on the floor,
remember?
SALLY: Then where is he?
JOHN: I told you, he’s dead. Hyde killed
him. But I don’t know where he put the
body.
PART SIX
Dr Lanyon’s Narrative
Page 73 – activity 1
1 Because Dr Jekyll had disappeared.
2 He looked at Dr Jekyll’s book.
3 He was ugly. His clothes were too
big for him. he was impatient.
4 Dr Jekyll’s story.
Page 73 – activity 2
1 A 2 D 3 C 4 C 5 B 6 B 7 D 8 C
9 A 10 A
Page 74 – activity 3
1 change 2 choose 3 contain 4 die
5 disappear 6 experiment 7 explain
8 mix 9 narrate 10 quarrel
Page 74 – activity 4
1 g at 2 f for 3 a down 4 b out
5 c of/about 6 d for
Page 75 – activity 5
1 C 2 B 3 C 4 A
Page 76 – activity 6
1 Give 2 me 3 questions 4 sent
5 wait 6 choice 7 decision 8 really
9 well 10 science
Recording script
MAN: Well, have you got them? Give
them to me. I need them now!
DR LANYON: One moment. I want to
ask you some questions first. Who sent
you?
MAN: Dr Jekyll. Dr Jekyll sent me. He
said you had something to give me.
Something from his laboratory. I can’t
wait. Please give me the powders now!
DR LANYON: Here you are.
MAN: Now, Dr Lanyon. You have a
choice. Do you want to know what this
is about? I can leave your house, or
I can take the powders here, in front of
you. Think carefully. It’s an important
decision.
DR LANYON: I’m curious. I want to find
out what this is all about. Take the
powders here.
MAN: You’re sure? Is that really what
you want me to do?
DR LANYON: That’s my decision.
MAN: Very well. Prepare yourself,
doctor. All your ideas about science
are going to change in the next few
minutes!
Page 76 – activity 1
1 B 2 B
PART SEVEN
Henry Jekyll’s Statement
Page 81 – activity 1
1 intelligent; rich; hard-working
2 Because he wanted to be
respected by his friends.
3 He kept his pleasures secret from
others.
4 Everyone has two parts: a good
part and an evil part.
U N H A P P Y
U S E L E S S
W R O N G
P R I V A T E
I M P O S S I B L E
F R I G H T E N E D
C A L M
D E S P E R A T E
N E R V O U S
S T R O N G
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
The ‘Double’ in 19th
-century Fiction
Page 86 – activity 1
Some possible ideas:
5 He was Dr Jekyll’s evil part.
6 Because they were two different
people.
7 He went to bed as Dr Jekyll and
woke up as Mr Hyde.
8 Because he missed the excitement
of being Hyde.
9 He remembered what Hyde had
done and was terrified.
10 No, he didn’t.
Page 82 – activity 3
1 Dr Jekyll thought he would be able
to enjoy himself secretly.
2 Dr Jekyll thought his friends
wouldn’t recognise him.
3 Dr Jekyll thought his good part
would be completely good.
4 Dr Jekyll thought Mr Hyde
wouldn’t come back ever again.
Page 82 – activity 4
1 ‘I won’t be late.’
2 ‘I’ll ring you tomorrow.’
3 ‘The injection won’t hurt.’
4 ‘I’ll tell the truth.’
Page 83 – activity 6
Page 83 – activity 7
0 D 1 C 2 H 3 F 4 B 5 I 6 A 7 G
8 E
7 8
K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S
P N Z M B A Y G J U C D R R
K A H A Y H P A R G O E G K
I S J T S S V R Q Q P B U M
M D K H O H K T W K N I I I
A L G E B R A E P H Z O K I
B C D M P W C N C G B L W T
B X R A L T S H R G A O S Y
H U O T M U E V H T A G F Z
I I D I N M Y I D V E Y G B
S I E C I I M U C S D S G C
T M N S X O C H S I L G N E
O F T L A P X F H L S N N B
R R C V E E F J M Y U U B R
Y C P H Y S I C S E B A M G
Elements similar to Elements different to
Stevenson’s novel Stevenson’s novel
William Wilson
main character has main character leads a
led a bad life bad life up to the
moment he dies
main character hates double looks exactly like
his double main character
only one character dies
at the end
Frankenstein
main character is
a scientist
main character hates
what he has done
the ‘double’ commits the ‘double’ commits
murders murders to punish his
creator, not for pleasure
both characters die
at the end
the main character
doesn’t change into
the other
The Picture of main character has a
Dorian Gray life in high society
main character wants to
repent and destroy
his creation
both characters die
at the end
there is a secret room
in the house
main character change
into the other…. but only at the very end.
the ‘double’ doesn’t have
a life; it is only a picture
9
K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S
PART EIGHT
The Sad Conclusion
Page 89 – activity 1
1 B 2 B 3 A 4 B
Page 90 - activity 2
1 body 2 laboratory 3 floor 4 killed
5 medical 6 find 7 sorry 8 liked
9 reporter 10 afraid
Recording script
Murder in London – news report
Murderer’s body found
The body of Edward Hyde, the
murderer, was found yesterday. A well-
known London lawyer, Mr Utterson,
called the police to a laboratory in the
city. The laboratory belongs to Dr
Henry Jekyll, the scientist. The body of
Edward Hyde was lying on the floor of
the laboratory. Inspector Newcomen of
Scotland Yard, told us:
‘We think Edward Hyde killed himself.
We are waiting for the medical report.
We want to know why Hyde was in Dr
Jekyll’s laboratory, but we cannot find
Dr Jekyll.’ We asked Mr Utterson to
speak to us, but he said: ‘I cannot
speak to you. I am a lawyer, and I don’t
speak to the newspapers. I’m sorry.’
Mistery of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Dr Jekyll’s servant, Poole, spoke to us.
He told us: ‘Mr Hyde sometimes came
to the laboratory. I never liked him. I
think he killed the doctor.’ Our
reporter asked him: ‘Why did Edward
Hyde come to the laboratory? Did he
work for the doctor?’ ‘I don’t know,’
Poole said. ‘They were friends, I think.
But Dr Jekyll was afraid of Hyde, I’m
sure of that.’
AFTER READING
Page 91 – activity 1
A
ask questions
catch a criminal
do bad things
follow orders
have a terrible shock
search a room
tell someone the truth
write a cheque
B
call the police
damage someone’s reputation
give an explanation
have a choice
leave money to somebody
nod your head
put an end to something
tell a story
Page 91 – activity 2
Possible answers
Laboratory:
at/or/bar/table/lay/rat/bay etc.
Identities:
it/tent/end/ties/die/sent/sit etc.
Experiments:
men/sex/pen/seem/mine/meet/me
etc.
Page 92 – activity 3
1 B 2 D 3 A 4 C
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Timeline
Number the events 1-10 in the order they happened.
A week later Dr Lanyon dies.
Mr Utterson takes some papers home to read.
A year later, Mr Utterson takes the police to Mr Hyde’s house.
One Sunday, possibly in November, Mr Enfield tells Mr Utterson the
story of a strange-looking door they pass.
Dr Jekyll kills himself.
Utterson has dinner with Dr Jekyll on the 8th
of January.
Utterson waits for Hyde outside the door for days or weeks. Then he
meets Hyde and visits Jekyll’s house.
Poole comes to see Mr Utterson and they return to Dr Jekyll’s house
together.
Mr Utterson tries to visit Dr Jekyll.
Mr Utterson visits Dr Lanyon.
Writing
Write a summary of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from
Mr Utterson’s point of view (about 200 words). You can begin like this:
This is the sad, sad story of a good friend of mine, Dr Henry Jekyll.
For me, his story began one Sunday when I was out walking with my cousin,
Richard Enfield.
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3
2
Comprehension check
Answer the questions.
1 Why did Mr Hyde agree to pay the family of the little girl
so much money?
............................................................................................................................
2 Why did Mr Utterson already know the name of the man
who had written the cheque?
............................................................................................................................
3 According to Dr Jekyll’s will, when will Mr Hyde get his money?
............................................................................................................................
4 Why did the police go to see Mr Utterson immediately after the murder
of Sir Danvers Carew?
............................................................................................................................
5 What did Mr Utterson think when Mr Guest told him that the letter
from Mr Hyde and the one from Dr Jekyll were written by the same
man?
............................................................................................................................
6 Why did Dr Jekyll decide not to see any of his friends?
...........................................................................................................................
7 What did Dr Jekyll ask Dr Lanyon to do in his letter?
............................................................................................................................
8 Who came to get the powders from Dr Lanyon?
............................................................................................................................
9 Why did Dr Jekyll believe that human beings can never be happy?
............................................................................................................................
10 What did Dr Jekyll decide to do for Mr Hyde after he asked him for
money for the little girl’s family?
............................................................................................................................
11 Why did Mr Hyde need the powders from the laboratory?
............................................................................................................................
12 Why did Dr Jekyll begin to fear Mr Hyde?
............................................................................................................................
13 Why did Mr Hyde begin to fear Dr Jekyll?
............................................................................................................................
14 What was Dr Jekyll’s theory about the difference between the original
and the new powders?
..........................................................................................................................
1
12 13
K E Y T O T H E E X I T T E S T
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Comprehension check
Activity 1
1 Because he was frightened.
2 Because he recognised the house.
3 If Dr Jekyll disappears or goes away.
4 Because they found a letter addressed to him on Sir Danvers Carew’s body.
5 He thought Dr Jekyll had forged a letter for a murderer.
6 Because he had done terrible things and this was his punishment.
7 He asked him to go and get some powders and a book from his laboratory.
8 Mr Hyde came to get the powders.
9 Because the two parts of nature fight against each other.
10 He decided to give him a separate bank account and his own house.
11 He needed to change back into Doctor Jekyll because the police were
looking for Mr Hyde.
12 Because he was evil.
13 Because he was afraid of the police.
14 He thought that the impurity in the original powders made them work.
Timeline
Activity 2
1 One Sunday, possibly in November, Mr Enfield tells Mr Utterson the story
of a strange-looking door they pass.
2 Utterson waits for Hyde outside the door for days or weeks. Then he meets
Hyde and visits Jekyll’s house.
3 A year later. Mr Utterson takes the police to Mr Hyde’s house.
4 Utterson has dinner with Dr Jekyll on the 8th of January.
5 Mr Utterson tries to visit Dr Jekyll.
6 Mr Utterson visits Dr Lanyon.
7 A week later Dr Lanyon dies.
8 Poole comes to see Mr Utterson and they return to Dr Jekyll’s house
together.
9 Dr Jekyll kills himself.
10 Mr Utterson takes some papers home to read.

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  • 1. 2 K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S Page 16 – activity 4 1 While Sara was walking to the shops, a man stole her bag. 2 An old lady was crossing the road when a bicycle ran into her. 3 The doctor was examining the injured man when the ambulance arrived. 4 Tom met Angela when he was a student. Page 17 – activity 5 A 1 amazing 2 annoyed 3 boring 4 depressed 5 disappointing 6 embarrassed 7 exciting 8 interested 9 relaxing 10 surprised B Possible answers: 1 interesting/boring 2 relaxed 3 disappointing 4 excited 5 amazing 6 annoyed Page 18 - activity 7 A 1 D 2 E 3 A 4 F 5 G 6 C C 1 accident 2 ambulance 3 aspirin 4 bandage 5 emergency 6 hurt 7 operation 8 pain PART TWO The Search for Mr Hyde Page 26 – activity 1 1 C 2 D 3 C 4 A 5 D 6 C Page 27 - activity 2 7 – 3 – 6 – 1 – 4 – 8 – 5 – 2 Page 27 - activity 3 1 Who is Dr Lanyon? 2 Why did Mr Utterson go to the old house? 3 What did Mr Hyde give Mr Utterson? 4 Was Dr Jekyll at home? 5 What did Poole tell Mr Utterson? 6 What did Dr Jekyll do two weeks later? Page 28 – activity 5 1 Mark has been a professional footballer since 2006. 2 Sara has known her boyfriend since Christmas. 3 My brother has had his MP3 player for three months. 4 Robert and Anne have been married since 1995. 5 I’ve been a vegetarian since last June. 6 I’ve played the violin since I was six years old. 7 Julie’s had short hair since last Saturday. 8 I’ve had a headache since this morning. 9 I’ve known about Ellie and Hugo’s divorce for a week. 10 Luca’s lived in this part of town since 2001. Page 29 - activity 6 So are we/We are too didn’t like/hated find out/discover happening/going on Perhaps he is./He might be. can’t wait to see/’m looking forward to seeing Page 29 - activity 7 Possible answer: Dear Mr Utterson, Would you like to come to dinner next Friday? If you are free, please come at 8 o’clock. My cook is preparing roast beef with potatoes and carrots. I’ve invited Dr Jones and Robert Louis Stevenson Page 7 – activity 4 1 D 2 A 3 B PART ONE The Story of the Door Page 14 - activity 1 A 1 Mr Enfield was frightened because it was late and there was nobody in the street. 2 The little girl and the man ran into each other. 3 The man walked over the little girl. 4 The crowd was angry with the man. 5 The man gave the girl’s family a cheque for ninety pounds. 6 The cheque was real. 7 The man had a key to the door of the old house because he used it very often. 8 Mr Utterson already knew the name of the man who wrote the cheque. B 1 No, they didn’t. 2 Because it was winter and it was very late. 3 He didn’t know why. 4 He had a key. 5 Mr Enfield didn’t know. 6 No, he didn’t. Page 15 – activity 2 A 1 serious 2 smile 3 laugh 4 quiet 5 kind 6 secrets C 1 small, ugly, strange 2 They hated him but they didn’t know why. D Possible answers: 1 Mr Utterson. Because he lives alone. 2 Mr Enfield. Because he feels frightened in the street. 3 Mr Hyde. Because he walks over the little girl. 4 Mr Enfield. Because he doesn’t like asking questions. Page 16 – activity 3 1 stopped 2 was walking 3 saw 4 ran 5 fell 6 was lying 7 didn’t stop 8 walked 9 started 10 went 11 brought 12 was examining K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S A N D E X I T T E S T Step Three B1.2 The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson READING & TRAINING
  • 2. 3 K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S 3 Why was he killed? 4 Do you know who the murderer is? 5 How was he killed? 6 Do you know where Mr Hyde lives? 7 Did you find anything there? Recording script Policeman: What was the victim’s name? Inspector Newcomen: Sir Danvers Carew. Policeman: Was he an important man? Inspector Newcomen: Yes, he was. He was a Member of Parliament. Policeman: Why was he killed? Inspector Newcomen: We don’t really know. We think the murderer is mad. Policeman: Do you know who the murderer is? Inspector Newcomen: Yes, a girl recognised him. It was a man called Edward Hyde. Policeman: How was he killed? Inspector Newcomen: With a stick. Policeman: Do you know where Mr Hyde lives? Inspector Newcomen: Yes, Mr Utterson and I went to his house. Policeman: Did you find anything there? Inspector Newcomen: We found the other half of the stick. Page 47 – activity 8 1 at two o’clock 2 the letter was 3 is out 4 they would 5 had a photograph 6 make you write Page 48 – activity 2 1 B 2 A 3 B 4 C 5 A PART FOUR An Incident at the Window Page 54 – activity 1 1 B 2 A 3 A 4 A 5 B 6 A 7 A 8 B 9 A 10 B Page 55 – activity 3 1 was had happened 2 looked had had 3 didn’t understand had used 4 wanted hadn’t spoken Page 56 - activity 4 1 ‘We have been friends for a long time,’ Mr Utterson said. 2 ‘I saw Mr Hyde once last year,’ Mr Utterson said. 3 ‘Did you hate Mr Hyde immediately?’ Mr Enfield asked. 4 ‘I discovered that the old house was Dr Jekyll’s laboratory later,’ Mr Enfield said. Page 56 – activity 5 1 seriously 2 mysteriously 3 cheerfully 4 angrily 5 politely 6 patiently Page 57 – activity 1 The answers are as follows, but do not tell the students the answers immediately. Let them find out through reading. 1 A 2 A 3 B 4 B 5 B 6 B Dr Smith too. I’m looking forward to seeing you. Best regards, Dr Henry Jekyll. London and Crime Page 32 – activity 1 Group 1: Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist - Fagin - Bill Sykes - Nancy Group 2: Arthur Conan Doyle - Sherlock Holmes - Doctor Watson – West End Group 3: E.W. Hornung – Raffles - Piccadilly Group 4: Jack the Ripper - Whitechapel Page 34 – activity 1 1 A young servant girl 2 Some time after eleven o’clock at night 3 near the window 4 old 5 white hair 6 Mr Hyde 7 he sometimes came to her employer’s house 8 a heavy stick PART THREE The Carew Murder Case Page 43 - activity 1 1 a) It was very violent b) The victim was an important man 2 a) a piece of the murderer’s stick b) the old man’s wallet c) papers d) a letter addressed to Mr Utterson 3 a) the murder b) the part of the city where Mr Hyde lived c) the old woman who opened the door d) Mr Hyde’s rooms 4 a) clothes on the floor b) part of Mr Hyde’s stick c) part of a cheque book 5 a) They’ll wait for him to go to the bank b) They’ll put up pictures of him all over the city 6 a) He had no family or friends. b) There was no photograph of him. Page 43 - activity 2 1 B 2 A 3 A 4 B 5 B 6 A 7 A 8 B 9 A 10 B Page 44 - activity 3 A 1 E 2 F 3 G 4 A 5 C 6 B B Possible answers: 1 Will you pick my book up for me, please? 2 Will you turn down/off the heating, please? 3 Will you turn down the radio, please? 4 Will you switch on the light, please? 5 Will you take those flowers away, please? 6 Will you read the end of this chapter to me, please? Page 45 - activity 4 1 burglar/thief 2 forgery 3 stole 4 robbed 5 thief 6 shoplifting 7 murdered 8 forged Page 46 - activity 5 1 C 2 D 3 A 4 B Page 46 – activity 7 1 What was the victim’s name? 2 Was he an important man? 4
  • 3. PART FIVE The Last Night Page 65 – activity 1 1 B 2 A 3 A 4 A 5 B 7 A 8 A 9 B 10 B Page 65 – activity 2 1 Where did Poole take Mr Utterson? 2 Why did Poole go to every chemist in the town? 3 Whose writing was it in the note? 4 How did Mr Utterson and Poole break down the door of the laboratory? 5 What was Mr Hyde wearing? 6 When did Dr Jekyll write the letter to Mr Utterson? Page 66 – activity 3 As can been inferred from the illustration on page 63, Hyde has taken poison. We learn later (on page 88) that Hyde is afraid of being captured by the police. Page 66 – activity 4 1 The Sergeant ordered the soldiers to march. 2 Rita asked Mike if he would like to see her photos of Scotland. 3 Sue reminded Julie to pick up the tickets from the travel agency. 4 Harry’s mother wants him to tidy his room. 5 Paola is expecting Robert to phone at six o’clock. 6 Eric and Heidi allow their children to watch TV until late on Saturday nights. Page 67 – activity 5 1 Dr Jekyll must work at home because he has a laboratory in his house. 2 Mr Utterson must know Dr Jekyll very well because they’ve been friends for a long time. 3 Mr Hyde can’t be a poor man because he has thousands of pounds in the bank. 4 Mr Hyde can’t have any friends because everyone hates him. 5 The servant girl must be very frightened because she starts to cry. 6 Dr Jekyll can’t be in the house because Mr Utterson didn’t find him anywhere. Page 67 – activity 6 Mistery word: punishment Page 68 – activity 7 1 F – She doesn’t know. 2 F – He thinks that Hyde killed Jekyll. 3 F – She thinks that Jekyll escaped from the laboratory. 4 T Recording script SALLY: I don’t understand the story any more. Tell me what happened. What happened to Dr Jekyll? Did he escape? K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S 5 6 K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S JOHN: I think Hyde killed him. SALLY: Where’s the body? If Hyde killed him, where’s the body? JOHN: I don’t know, but I’m sure that Hyde killed him. SALLY: No, I don’t agree with you. I think Dr Jekyll escaped from the laboratory. JOHN: He couldn’t escape. The door to the street was locked – and Mr Utterson found the key on the floor, remember? SALLY: Then where is he? JOHN: I told you, he’s dead. Hyde killed him. But I don’t know where he put the body. PART SIX Dr Lanyon’s Narrative Page 73 – activity 1 1 Because Dr Jekyll had disappeared. 2 He looked at Dr Jekyll’s book. 3 He was ugly. His clothes were too big for him. he was impatient. 4 Dr Jekyll’s story. Page 73 – activity 2 1 A 2 D 3 C 4 C 5 B 6 B 7 D 8 C 9 A 10 A Page 74 – activity 3 1 change 2 choose 3 contain 4 die 5 disappear 6 experiment 7 explain 8 mix 9 narrate 10 quarrel Page 74 – activity 4 1 g at 2 f for 3 a down 4 b out 5 c of/about 6 d for Page 75 – activity 5 1 C 2 B 3 C 4 A Page 76 – activity 6 1 Give 2 me 3 questions 4 sent 5 wait 6 choice 7 decision 8 really 9 well 10 science Recording script MAN: Well, have you got them? Give them to me. I need them now! DR LANYON: One moment. I want to ask you some questions first. Who sent you? MAN: Dr Jekyll. Dr Jekyll sent me. He said you had something to give me. Something from his laboratory. I can’t wait. Please give me the powders now! DR LANYON: Here you are. MAN: Now, Dr Lanyon. You have a choice. Do you want to know what this is about? I can leave your house, or I can take the powders here, in front of you. Think carefully. It’s an important decision. DR LANYON: I’m curious. I want to find out what this is all about. Take the powders here. MAN: You’re sure? Is that really what you want me to do? DR LANYON: That’s my decision. MAN: Very well. Prepare yourself, doctor. All your ideas about science are going to change in the next few minutes! Page 76 – activity 1 1 B 2 B PART SEVEN Henry Jekyll’s Statement Page 81 – activity 1 1 intelligent; rich; hard-working 2 Because he wanted to be respected by his friends. 3 He kept his pleasures secret from others. 4 Everyone has two parts: a good part and an evil part. U N H A P P Y U S E L E S S W R O N G P R I V A T E I M P O S S I B L E F R I G H T E N E D C A L M D E S P E R A T E N E R V O U S S T R O N G 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
  • 4. The ‘Double’ in 19th -century Fiction Page 86 – activity 1 Some possible ideas: 5 He was Dr Jekyll’s evil part. 6 Because they were two different people. 7 He went to bed as Dr Jekyll and woke up as Mr Hyde. 8 Because he missed the excitement of being Hyde. 9 He remembered what Hyde had done and was terrified. 10 No, he didn’t. Page 82 – activity 3 1 Dr Jekyll thought he would be able to enjoy himself secretly. 2 Dr Jekyll thought his friends wouldn’t recognise him. 3 Dr Jekyll thought his good part would be completely good. 4 Dr Jekyll thought Mr Hyde wouldn’t come back ever again. Page 82 – activity 4 1 ‘I won’t be late.’ 2 ‘I’ll ring you tomorrow.’ 3 ‘The injection won’t hurt.’ 4 ‘I’ll tell the truth.’ Page 83 – activity 6 Page 83 – activity 7 0 D 1 C 2 H 3 F 4 B 5 I 6 A 7 G 8 E 7 8 K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S P N Z M B A Y G J U C D R R K A H A Y H P A R G O E G K I S J T S S V R Q Q P B U M M D K H O H K T W K N I I I A L G E B R A E P H Z O K I B C D M P W C N C G B L W T B X R A L T S H R G A O S Y H U O T M U E V H T A G F Z I I D I N M Y I D V E Y G B S I E C I I M U C S D S G C T M N S X O C H S I L G N E O F T L A P X F H L S N N B R R C V E E F J M Y U U B R Y C P H Y S I C S E B A M G Elements similar to Elements different to Stevenson’s novel Stevenson’s novel William Wilson main character has main character leads a led a bad life bad life up to the moment he dies main character hates double looks exactly like his double main character only one character dies at the end Frankenstein main character is a scientist main character hates what he has done the ‘double’ commits the ‘double’ commits murders murders to punish his creator, not for pleasure both characters die at the end the main character doesn’t change into the other The Picture of main character has a Dorian Gray life in high society main character wants to repent and destroy his creation both characters die at the end there is a secret room in the house main character change into the other…. but only at the very end. the ‘double’ doesn’t have a life; it is only a picture
  • 5. 9 K E Y T O T H E A C T I V I T I E S PART EIGHT The Sad Conclusion Page 89 – activity 1 1 B 2 B 3 A 4 B Page 90 - activity 2 1 body 2 laboratory 3 floor 4 killed 5 medical 6 find 7 sorry 8 liked 9 reporter 10 afraid Recording script Murder in London – news report Murderer’s body found The body of Edward Hyde, the murderer, was found yesterday. A well- known London lawyer, Mr Utterson, called the police to a laboratory in the city. The laboratory belongs to Dr Henry Jekyll, the scientist. The body of Edward Hyde was lying on the floor of the laboratory. Inspector Newcomen of Scotland Yard, told us: ‘We think Edward Hyde killed himself. We are waiting for the medical report. We want to know why Hyde was in Dr Jekyll’s laboratory, but we cannot find Dr Jekyll.’ We asked Mr Utterson to speak to us, but he said: ‘I cannot speak to you. I am a lawyer, and I don’t speak to the newspapers. I’m sorry.’ Mistery of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Dr Jekyll’s servant, Poole, spoke to us. He told us: ‘Mr Hyde sometimes came to the laboratory. I never liked him. I think he killed the doctor.’ Our reporter asked him: ‘Why did Edward Hyde come to the laboratory? Did he work for the doctor?’ ‘I don’t know,’ Poole said. ‘They were friends, I think. But Dr Jekyll was afraid of Hyde, I’m sure of that.’ AFTER READING Page 91 – activity 1 A ask questions catch a criminal do bad things follow orders have a terrible shock search a room tell someone the truth write a cheque B call the police damage someone’s reputation give an explanation have a choice leave money to somebody nod your head put an end to something tell a story Page 91 – activity 2 Possible answers Laboratory: at/or/bar/table/lay/rat/bay etc. Identities: it/tent/end/ties/die/sent/sit etc. Experiments: men/sex/pen/seem/mine/meet/me etc. Page 92 – activity 3 1 B 2 D 3 A 4 C © 2008 Black Cat Publishing, an imprint of Cideb Editrice, Genoa, Canterbury
  • 6. 11 E X I T T E S T Photocopiable © 2008 Black Cat Publishing 10 E X I T T E S T Photocopiable © 2008 Black Cat Publishing Timeline Number the events 1-10 in the order they happened. A week later Dr Lanyon dies. Mr Utterson takes some papers home to read. A year later, Mr Utterson takes the police to Mr Hyde’s house. One Sunday, possibly in November, Mr Enfield tells Mr Utterson the story of a strange-looking door they pass. Dr Jekyll kills himself. Utterson has dinner with Dr Jekyll on the 8th of January. Utterson waits for Hyde outside the door for days or weeks. Then he meets Hyde and visits Jekyll’s house. Poole comes to see Mr Utterson and they return to Dr Jekyll’s house together. Mr Utterson tries to visit Dr Jekyll. Mr Utterson visits Dr Lanyon. Writing Write a summary of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from Mr Utterson’s point of view (about 200 words). You can begin like this: This is the sad, sad story of a good friend of mine, Dr Henry Jekyll. For me, his story began one Sunday when I was out walking with my cousin, Richard Enfield. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3 2 Comprehension check Answer the questions. 1 Why did Mr Hyde agree to pay the family of the little girl so much money? ............................................................................................................................ 2 Why did Mr Utterson already know the name of the man who had written the cheque? ............................................................................................................................ 3 According to Dr Jekyll’s will, when will Mr Hyde get his money? ............................................................................................................................ 4 Why did the police go to see Mr Utterson immediately after the murder of Sir Danvers Carew? ............................................................................................................................ 5 What did Mr Utterson think when Mr Guest told him that the letter from Mr Hyde and the one from Dr Jekyll were written by the same man? ............................................................................................................................ 6 Why did Dr Jekyll decide not to see any of his friends? ........................................................................................................................... 7 What did Dr Jekyll ask Dr Lanyon to do in his letter? ............................................................................................................................ 8 Who came to get the powders from Dr Lanyon? ............................................................................................................................ 9 Why did Dr Jekyll believe that human beings can never be happy? ............................................................................................................................ 10 What did Dr Jekyll decide to do for Mr Hyde after he asked him for money for the little girl’s family? ............................................................................................................................ 11 Why did Mr Hyde need the powders from the laboratory? ............................................................................................................................ 12 Why did Dr Jekyll begin to fear Mr Hyde? ............................................................................................................................ 13 Why did Mr Hyde begin to fear Dr Jekyll? ............................................................................................................................ 14 What was Dr Jekyll’s theory about the difference between the original and the new powders? .......................................................................................................................... 1
  • 7. 12 13 K E Y T O T H E E X I T T E S T Photocopiable © 2008 Black Cat Publishing Comprehension check Activity 1 1 Because he was frightened. 2 Because he recognised the house. 3 If Dr Jekyll disappears or goes away. 4 Because they found a letter addressed to him on Sir Danvers Carew’s body. 5 He thought Dr Jekyll had forged a letter for a murderer. 6 Because he had done terrible things and this was his punishment. 7 He asked him to go and get some powders and a book from his laboratory. 8 Mr Hyde came to get the powders. 9 Because the two parts of nature fight against each other. 10 He decided to give him a separate bank account and his own house. 11 He needed to change back into Doctor Jekyll because the police were looking for Mr Hyde. 12 Because he was evil. 13 Because he was afraid of the police. 14 He thought that the impurity in the original powders made them work. Timeline Activity 2 1 One Sunday, possibly in November, Mr Enfield tells Mr Utterson the story of a strange-looking door they pass. 2 Utterson waits for Hyde outside the door for days or weeks. Then he meets Hyde and visits Jekyll’s house. 3 A year later. Mr Utterson takes the police to Mr Hyde’s house. 4 Utterson has dinner with Dr Jekyll on the 8th of January. 5 Mr Utterson tries to visit Dr Jekyll. 6 Mr Utterson visits Dr Lanyon. 7 A week later Dr Lanyon dies. 8 Poole comes to see Mr Utterson and they return to Dr Jekyll’s house together. 9 Dr Jekyll kills himself. 10 Mr Utterson takes some papers home to read.