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A further 5 more Blood Brothers Mock Exams for AQA Drama GCSE

A further 5 more Blood Brothers Mock Exams for AQA Drama GCSE

With this resource you will get a further 5 more ready to print and use mock exams for the set text of Blood Brothers, written specifically for the AQA GCSE Drama Component 1 exam. Each mock exam contains questions 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 and 6.5 and each mock exam focuses on a different section of the play. Mock Exam 16 focuses on the scene when Mickey, aged 7, goes to see Edward in his house, starting with the line “Does Eddie live here?” to “You are my son, mine, and you won’t, you won/t ever….” This is page 35 and 37 in the suggested AQA edition of the text: Blood Brothers (Methuen Modern Classics – ISBN: 978-0413767707). Mock Exam 17 focuses on the scene when Mickey, aged 14, takes Edward back to his house to get some money for the cinema, starting with the line “Mother, Mam, look, look it’s Eddie… Eddie…” to “Go on before I throw a bucket of water over the pair of y’…” This is page 75 and 77 in the suggested AQA edition of the text: Blood Brothers (Methuen Modern Classics – ISBN: 978-0413767707). Mock Exam 18 focuses on the scene when Edward goes to see Mickey and Mrs Johnstone to tell them that he and his family is moving to a new home, starting with the line “Now listen, Eddie, I told you not to come around here again” to “I thought you didn’t like me. I thought you weren’t very nice. But I think you’re smashing”. This is page 49 and 51 in the suggested AQA edition of the text: Blood Brothers (Methuen Modern Classics – ISBN: 978-0413767707). Mock Exam 19 focuses on the scene when Edward comes home to see Mickey at Christmas from university, starting with the line “Come on, what’s wrong? It’s nearly Christmas, we were going to do everything. How’s Linda?” to “Go on… beat it before I hit y’.” This is page 91 and 93 in the suggested AQA edition of the text: Blood Brothers (Methuen Modern Classics – ISBN: 978-0413767707). Mock Exam 20 focuses on the scene when Mickey confronts Edward at the end of the play, starting with the line “And if, for once, I agree with Councillor Smith, you mustn’t hold it against me” to “I could have been… I could have been him!” This is page 104 and 106 in the suggested AQA edition of the text: Blood Brothers (Methuen Modern Classics – ISBN: 978-0413767707).
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END OF TERM PARTY PROJECT

END OF TERM PARTY PROJECT

WONDERFUL RESOURCE WHICH WOULD ENCOMPASS 3 WEEKS PUPIL WORK ASSUMING 3 TIMETABLED FORTY FIVE MINUTES PERIODS PER WEEK. BRILLIANT FOR YEAR 9, 10 AND 11 WHO REALLY BUY INTO THE ACTIVITY. DETAILED TEACHER SPEAKER NOTES ARE PROVIDED TO COVER ALL THE SKILLS CRITERIA THAT ARE COVERED FOR THE PLEASURE OF INSPECTORS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS. ONCE INSTRUCTIONS ARE GIVEN FOR THE TASK TEACHER SHOULD ONLY HAVE TO BE MONITORING THE PROGESS OF THE PUPILS WORK.
tesmny
Early Years Literature

Early Years Literature

A range of early years articles and research focusing on pedagogy in early years within subjects. It includes some great case studies which can encourage your own personal development and subject knowledge. I've also included a power point I had to create for this module during my teacher training.
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Jekyll and Hyde - Gothic in Chapter 2

Jekyll and Hyde - Gothic in Chapter 2

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that looks at the use of Gothic imagery in Mr Utterson’s dream during Chapter 2. Ideal preparation for KS4 students preparing for AQA English Literature Paper 1 or easily adaptable for KS3 students. Includes video clips, differentiated resources and more.
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GCSE Computer Science Paper 1 and 2 Mock Exam Bundle in style of AQA New Spec Grade 9 - 1 8520

GCSE Computer Science Paper 1 and 2 Mock Exam Bundle in style of AQA New Spec Grade 9 - 1 8520

This bundle contains paper 1 and paper 2 of my painstakingly created custom exam papers for GCSE Computer Science. Both come with an exam board level mark scheme to ensure accurate assessment. Designed in the style and proportions of the AQA 8520 Spec but also suitable for OCR and other boards. Also contains a mock NEA assessment which is useful for developing programming skills and may become more useful if the NEA becomes an assessed piece again.
MrWatkins123
OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry C6 (Global challenges) REVISION

OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry C6 (Global challenges) REVISION

An engaging lesson presentation (79 slides) and associated worksheets that uses a combination of exam questions, quick tasks and quiz competitions to help the students to assess their understanding of the topics found within unit C6 (Global Challenges) of the OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry specification. The topics that are tested within the lesson include: Making ethanol Extracting metals Extracting iron Extracting aluminium Alloys Alkanes Alkenes Alcohols Carboxylic acids Polymers Water for drinking Students will be engaged through the numerous activities including quiz rounds like “It’s time for ACTION” and “Are YOU on FORM” whilst crucially being able to recognise those areas which need further attention
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Labelling e-mail components

Labelling e-mail components

SIMPLE ONE PAGE RESOURCE IN WORD WHEREBY PUPILS ARE TASKED TO IDENTIFY AND LABEL THE MAIN AREAS RELEVANT TO SENDING A NEW EMAIL.
tesmny
Preconceptions and Judging

Preconceptions and Judging

A lesson plan for a Citizenship or PSHE session which focuses on how we have preconceptions about people based on what they look like. A picture activity to prompt discussion, a PowerPoint presentation to accompany it and a lesson plan with ideas for further activities in this area.
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Le stress

Le stress

Set of resources on stress geared towards GCSE age students. It includes reading activities, worksheets and a presentation.
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Cheetah PPT

Cheetah PPT

Fun Facts about Cheetah The fastest land animal in the world, a cheetah can reach 112km/h in just three seconds – that’s faster than a sports car . 3. Baby of a cheetah is called a cub. 4. Cheetahs are the only big cat that cannot roar. They can purr through and usually purr most loudly when they are sitting near other cheetahs. 5. One way to always recognise a cheetah is by the long, black lines which run from the inside of each eye to the mouth. These are usually called “tear lines” 6. While lions and leopards usually do their hunting at night, cheetahs hunt for food during the day. Cheetahs usually prey on Gazelles, wild beasts, impalas and zebras . Gazelle Wild Beast Impala Zebra 7. Now let’s look at what’s the difference between a leopard and a cheetah? Cheetah have spots where leopards have rosettes. 8. Then what’s the difference between a cheetah, leopard and a Jaguar? Main difference between the cheetah, leopard and Jaguar is the pattern of spots present in the body of the respective animals.
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Haemoglobin, oxygen dissociation and Bohr effect

Haemoglobin, oxygen dissociation and Bohr effect

Lesson resources for teaching the following A level topics (used for AQA, but may also be useful for OCR). Haemoglobin structure Oxygen dissociation curves, including foetal haemoglobon, lugworm and llama examples Bohr effect Includes all resources, including lots of assessment opportunities in the form of exam questions.
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