AQA English Language Paper 2 resource that has recently been revamped, that helps students approach Section A and questions Q1 - Q4 with engaging activities, differentiated tasks, modelled examples and different ways of understanding and opening up the demands of each question. A fully resourced lesson to aid GCSE students in their preparations for AQA English Language Paper 2: Writers’ Viewpoints and Perspectives.
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AQA English Language Paper 2 Revision
ELEVEN AQA English Language Paper 2 revision resources including: Knowledge organisers x2 (Section A and Question 5) Escape room revision lesson Paper 2 walkthrough Travel writing themed walkthrough for Section A Exam revision pack Exam practice pack for Section A - including answers (Useful for mock exams) Exam practice pack and revision guide for Question 5
AQA English Language Paper 2
AQA English Language Paper 2 bundle that has recently been revamped and updated. Every lesson took around 7-10 hours to make and include modelled answers, scaffolds, differentiated activities, sources, engaging activities to open up challenging Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4 and Q5 (Non-fiction writing) tasks to all students.<br /> <br /> The bundle contains 20 resources that cover both Section A (Nonfiction reading) and Section B (Nonfiction writing) so you know you'll be looking at the whole exam.<br /> <br /> The lessons contained are:<br /> <br /> 1) Introduction lesson that looks at travel writing (Q1, Q2, Q4) - Armitage and Dickens<br /> 2) Lesson on Donald Trump article that covers Q1 and Q3<br /> 3) Lesson on travel writing (Rory Stewart, Dorothy Wordsworth) that covers Q1, Q2 and Q3.<br /> 4) Summary writing lesson that looks at Dickens and a Unicef speech<br /> 5) Crime and Punishment lesson on Q1 and Q2<br /> 6) Crime and Punishment lesson on Q2<br /> 7) Crime and Punishment lesson on Q3<br /> 8) Crime and Punishment lesson on Q4<br /> 9) Paper 2 walking, talking mock that uses the theme of crime and punishment<br /> 10) Section B opening and ending articles<br /> 11) Newspaper article writing / writing to explain<br /> 12) Magazine article writing / writing to argue<br /> 13) Speech writing (Winston Churchill)<br /> 14) Speech writing (Barack Obama)<br /> 15) Paper 2 exam preparation lesson<br /> 16) Paper 2 revision lesson<br /> 17) Escape room revision lesson<br /> 18) Paper 2 Section A knowledge organiser<br /> 19) Paper 2 Section A exam practice pack<br /> 20) Florence Nightingale themed Q1-Q4 lessons<br /> <br /> Bundle (20x 1hr PP, differentiated tasks throughout using new GCSE numbering system)<br /> <br /> All tasks differentiated according to new GCSE numbering system, this bundle is designed for the New Spec AQA Language Paper 2.<br /> <br /> Complete 1 hour, well differentiated lessons, with worksheets where applicable.<br /> Suitable for KS4 or adaptable for KS3<br /> Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core<br /> Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above.<br /> <br /> Many more inexpensive, high quality English resources are available at my shop:<br /> <a href="https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Lead_Practitioner">Lead Practitioner's Shop</a>
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A useful resource, thank you. Just a quick check: slide 3 should say 'travelling' rather than 'trying'? Slide 15, I think the second pie chart should be positive? Apologies if I've read it wrong!<br />
Hi there, thanks for your kind review. I have now updated those slides. Thanks once again for your review! :)
Useful Material .. thank you
Thanks very much for your kind review! :)
Really enjoyable for kids
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