Immerse Yourself in the Story by Chatting!
Introducing ChatBooks – the ultimate solution for exploring English literature in a whole new exciting way!
With ChatBooks, teachers and students can now chat (safely) with the characters from English literature novels, bringing these timeless works of literature to life like never before. Our school web app provides a unique opportunity to engage with the characters more personally and interactively, allowing you to explore their thoughts, feelings, and motivations on a deeper level.
For teachers, ChatBooks offers a powerful tool for engaging students with GCSE English literature books. The teacher’s app provides a range of resources, including lesson plans, activity ideas, and comprehensive study guides that can help to enhance the learning experience. Teachers can also monitor student progress and provide feedback through the app.
ChatBooks also offers students a fun, safe and exciting way to explore classic literature. Students can better understand the themes and ideas explored within the texts by chatting with the characters from their favourite novels. In addition, the student app provides revision materials and study guides that can help students to improve their understanding of the books and achieve better results in their exams.
Whether you’re a teacher aiming to enhance your students’ learning experience or a student searching for a fun and captivating way to explore English literature, ChatBooks is the perfect solution.
Chat to Victor Frankenstein
How did you come up with the idea for creating life?
What is your relationship with your creation like?
How did your family and friends react to your experiments?
What do you think were the consequences of your actions?
How did the creature learn to speak and understand language?
Chat to Elizabeth Bennet
How do you see the societal roles of men and women in your era?
What is your opinion of Mr. Darcy upon first meeting him?
Can you tell me about your relationship with your sisters?
What was your upbringing like?
How important is marriage to your society, and what kind of role does love play in it?
Chat to Julius Caesar
What motivated you to become a powerful ruler?
How do you feel about the conspirators who plot against you?
Can you tell us about your relationship with your wife, Calpurnia?
What is your opinion of the Roman Senate?
How do you feel about the common people of Rome?