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The focus within the English curriculum on speaking and listening in a range of contexts, as well as the study of spoken English, makes The King’s Speech a highly appropriate film to stimulate discussion. As a British production, the film also makes an excellent focus for Media Studies, where students can explore promotional materials around the film’s release. The film can also be approached by students of History, as interesting stimulus for further discussion.

To accompany the film’s DVD and Blu-ray release, we have produced a curriculum-linked study guide that you can download. This guide is designed for use within English and Media Studies lessons at Key Stage 4 (14–16).

The King's Speech Educational Resource (PDF)