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I am an English teacher with several years experience of working in 6th forms. I was recommended by my Head of Department to share my resources on TES after he consistently praised my lessons and schemes of work for how easy they are for teachers to use and access them. I pride myself on my planning, and make sure each slide of each lesson is aesthetically pleasing, with a clear title, main task, and usually an extension task.

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I am an English teacher with several years experience of working in 6th forms. I was recommended by my Head of Department to share my resources on TES after he consistently praised my lessons and schemes of work for how easy they are for teachers to use and access them. I pride myself on my planning, and make sure each slide of each lesson is aesthetically pleasing, with a clear title, main task, and usually an extension task.
A Streetcar Named Desire full SoW
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A Streetcar Named Desire full SoW

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A full scheme of work for teaching Tennessee William’s A Streetcar Named Desire at English Literature. Includes two context lessons, two lessons on Scenes 1 and 3 and then one lesson per scene for the rest. Activities include quote finding, extract analysis, discussion tasks, group work, and evaluative plenaries. The lessons invite students to analyse the text as a play rather than just a written text by linking to the conventions of a tragedy, dramatic techniques, and stagecraft. Check out my other Streetcar resources: revision lessons, blocking characters, and a bundle of the whole lot!
Frankenstein SoW A Level Literature KS5
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Frankenstein SoW A Level Literature KS5

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A whole SoW for teaching Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, aimed at Edexcel’s Literature spec, including two lessons outlining key context. These lessons were planned to be at comparing with The Handmaid’s Tale, but can be easily adapted for other specs if needed. There are two or three chapters covered in each lesson, with a focus on extract analysis, literary terms, and contextual links reinforced throughout (such as how Shelley’s writing fits in to other Romantic writing). Most lessons end with a slide to consider three links to The Handmaid’s Tale. The slides consist of a clear title, main task, and extension task, and have a variety of tasks in each lesson - engaging starters, discussion, group work, quote finding, extract analysis, and evaluative plenaries.
A Streetcar Named Desire Revision Lessons
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A Streetcar Named Desire Revision Lessons

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9 lessons, with accompanying activities, to revise A Streetcar Named Desire. Considers characters, themes, motifs, and wider context, with reference to past exam questions. Aimed at Edexcelfor Key Stage 5 English Literature but useful across all exam boards.
KS5 English Language - Language Change
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KS5 English Language - Language Change

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A 24 lesson complete scheme of work of lessons and resources. Aimed at A Level/KS5 English Language OCR Paper 2 Section C - Language Change, exploring variations in language from 1600 to the present. All lessons should come with necessary texts to analyse, as well as links to clips or videos. Most slides include extension tasks.
Twelfth Night Shakespeare SoW
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Twelfth Night Shakespeare SoW

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A full scheme of work to teach Twelfth Night, covering every scene and key context. Planned to coincide with the wonderful 2012 Globe production starring Mark Rylance, Johnny Flynn, and Stephen Fry. The slides consist of a clear title, main task, and extension task, and have a variety of tasks in each lesson - engaging starters, discussion, group work, quote finding, extract analysis, and evaluative plenaries.
Child Language Acquisition SoW
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Child Language Acquisition SoW

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A 24 lesson Scheme of Work to teach Child Language Acquisiton for A Level English Language. Includes lessons, transcripts, and other resources. Some resources taken from the OCR textbook. Covers stages of development, key theorists, and transcript analysis. With a whole anthology of texts to analyse.
KS 5 A Level English Language THEORISTS
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KS 5 A Level English Language THEORISTS

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8 lessons introducing key language theorists on the topics of power, gender, and technology. Covers: Ideology (Althusser) Instrumental and Influential Power (Fairclough) Sapir-Whorf Marked and unmarked terms Holmes and metaphors Trudgill, Tannen, Lakoff, Zimmerman and West The influence of technology, from the printing press, to phones, to social media
The Handmaid's Tale English Literature SoW
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The Handmaid's Tale English Literature SoW

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Full SoW for teaching Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, including full lessons, context, and some wider reading articles. Planned for Edexcel’s Literature A Level to be compared with Frankenstein, but easily adaptable. I have where possible linked events in the novel to real world events and/or current affairs, to make the text as relevant as possible. The slides consist of a clear title, main task, and extension task, and have a variety of tasks in each lesson - engaging starters, discussion, group work, quote finding, extract analysis, and evaluative plenaries.
A Streetcar Named Desire BUNDLE
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A Streetcar Named Desire BUNDLE

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This bundle contains: A very popular full SoW for teaching Streetcar Revision lessons for after having read and taught the text A lesson focusing on blocking characters’ movements and considering stagecraft (music, sounds, props) Enjoy!
The Importance of Being Earnest full SoW A Level English Literature
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The Importance of Being Earnest full SoW A Level English Literature

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A 10 lesson scheme of work to teach Oscar Wilde’s comedy “The Importance of Being Earnest”, including context on Wilde’s biography and Victorian attitudes to sexuality. There is a focus on comedic and dramatic conventions. Planned to teach for coursework but easily adapted to suit any need. The slides consist of a clear title, main task, and extension task, and have a variety of tasks in each lesson - engaging starters, discussion, group work, quote finding, extract analysis, and evaluative plenaries.
English Literature A Level The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde complete SoW KS5
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English Literature A Level The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde complete SoW KS5

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A complete scheme of work to teach Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, including relevant context. The documents called “Summer term” lessons come first as they focus on the first couple of chapters and key context. This is aimed at A Level Literature coursework but are perfectly suited to teaching the text overall. The slides consist of a clear title, main task, and extension task, and have a variety of tasks in each lesson - engaging starters, discussion, group work, quote finding, extract analysis, and evaluative plenaries.
KS 5 A Level English Language Introduction to course
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KS 5 A Level English Language Introduction to course

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8 lessons which introduce students to the English Language A Level (aimed at OCR but easily adaptable/applicable accross exam boards) Recaps/introduces word classes and grammar terms, as well as the key theories or critical lenses of power, gender, and technology.
English Language A Level BUNDLE
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English Language A Level BUNDLE

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This bundle covers English Language A Level topics. Planned for OCR, this covers almost the whole syllabus (apart from coursework, though this is independent for students to choose a topic). Most of these topics are covered by all exam boards one way or another. -Child Language Acquisition Language Change Language in the Media Spoken Language Non-fiction texts These lessons are interactive and aim to link to the ‘real world’. Enjoy!
A Level English Language Non-fiction texts
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A Level English Language Non-fiction texts

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10 lessons focusing on different non-fiction texts, including their conventions and key features of language (lesson numbers can be ignored and done in pretty much any order). I’ve also included my anthology of texts which has the non-fiction texts to analyse as well as other ones too. Planned for OCR Paper 1 Section A but applicable to all specs/non-fic analysis.
John Donne poetry SoW
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John Donne poetry SoW

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A complete Scheme of Work to teach the poetry of John Donne. Includes context lessons. Most poems are given their own lesson but some are 2 per lesson if there are obvious links, for example. The slides consist of a clear title, main task, and extension task, and have a variety of tasks in each lesson - engaging starters, discussion, group work, quote finding, extract analysis, and evaluative plenaries.
Spoken Language English Language A Level KS5
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Spoken Language English Language A Level KS5

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10 lessons focused on spoken language in different forms, including an introduction to accent and dialect. I’ve also included an anthology of texts to analyse (including other non-fiction texts) such as interviews and speeches. Aimed at OCR’s A Level Paper 1 but relevant to a variety of courses.
A Streetcar Named Desire Lang-Lit full SoW
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A Streetcar Named Desire Lang-Lit full SoW

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A complete Scheme of Work (15 lessons) to teach A Streetcar Named Desire, aimed towards the English Language and Literature spec. This SoW will teach the entirety of the play, looking at characters, themes, and context, and analysing linguistic and dramatic features, such as spoken language features, word/sentence types, and conventions of a tragedy. PLEASE NOTE: I already sell a scheme of work to teach Streetcar for the Literature spec; these two schemes are very similar, except for the Lang-Lit one having a much more linguistic focus!
Twelfth Night Shakespeare BUNDLE
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Twelfth Night Shakespeare BUNDLE

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A bundle containing: A whole SoW to teach the text Revision lessons for after the text has been completed Lessons focusing on the critical essays provided by Edexcel (essays not included as they are not mine but available online)
Twelfth Night Revision Lessons
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Twelfth Night Revision Lessons

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9 lessons, with accompanying activities, to revise Twelfth Night. Considers characters, themes, motifs, and wider context with reference to past exam questions. Aimed at Edexce lfor Key Stage 5 English Literature but useful across all exam boards.