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GCSE Unseen Poetry

GCSE Unseen Poetry

To introduce and/or practise an unseen poetry question for GCSE English Literature. The full lesson focuses on "Hitcher" by Simon Armitage. It has a staged approach to the analysis and the question plus a WAGOLL.
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EDEXCEL AS Literature: Full mark revision resources

EDEXCEL AS Literature: Full mark revision resources

Want to avoid wasting time trying to create your own examples to show the students? Do you want to be able to take something and then adapt it to support the methods you have been teaching? Look no further. These useful ppts go through the mark scheme, planning and exemplar responses so that students are left in no doubt how they should replicate the process in their exams. Enjoy.
michael_davidguard
EDEXCEL A2 Literature: How to achieve full marks revision

EDEXCEL A2 Literature: How to achieve full marks revision

Want to avoid wasting time trying to create your own examples to show the students? Do you want to be able to take something and then adapt it to support the methods you have been teaching? Look no further. These useful ppts go through the mark scheme, planning and exemplar responses so that students are left in no doubt how they should replicate the process in their exams. Enjoy.
michael_davidguard
Christmas Quiz: English Christmas Quiz

Christmas Quiz: English Christmas Quiz

Quiz - Christmas Quiz: A fun and accessible English Christmas Quiz with over 20 questions and hidden YouTube surprises. Works on PowerPoint. Questions focus on lessons students have been using to prepare for GCSE English Language and GCSE English Literature.
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Acrostic Poem - Telephone

Acrostic Poem - Telephone

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Famous Inventions An acrostic poem is a very fun poem for kids. Students write an acrostic poem about the telephone. Start each line with a word or phrase that starts with the letter on that line.
PrimaryLeap
Acrostic Poem - The Bicycle

Acrostic Poem - The Bicycle

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Famous Inventions An acrostic poem is a very fun poem for kids. Students write an acrostic poem about the bicycle. Start each line with a word or phrase that starts with the letter on that line.
PrimaryLeap
New Year Bundle 2018

New Year Bundle 2018

Three fun new year resources for primary classrooms! Start 2018 off in style with these fun activities that help pupils to think about the year ahead. 1. Recipe for a Happy New Year - a fun activity lesson where pupils reflect on what will make a successful year and creative a recipe to display. 2. Our Class Poem - a teamwork activity to bring your class together at the start of the year. They will create and perform a class poem. 3. Time Capsule - pupils create an 'All About Me' time capsule envelope to seal up and open again at the end of the year! Please follow the download instructions at the bottom of the page to make sure you get all of the files included in this resource. Problems downloading? Click here for download help. Please follow the steps below to access your files: 1. Return to this page and click on each resource to go to the product listing. 2. Scroll to the files included within the resource listed under the header ‘Files Included’/'All Files'. You may need to click on the ‘See all Resources’ to view them all. 3. Use the download arrow icons found to the left of each of the file names for each separate file.
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Our Class Poem - Back to School

Our Class Poem - Back to School

Very popular! This is a great one-off literacy activity and a wonderful teamwork project to help your class work together to make a class poem. You could use this as a great way to start a new year, as pupils come together in unity to create a new class poem using the letters in the name of their class. The pack contains a Powerpoint lesson, teacher instructions and pupil resources - everything you need for this fun poetry lesson, including warm up/getting to know you games and a fun teamwork project based on making and performing a class poem. The activity allows pupils to work together to make a class poem that spells out the name of their new class. The session is based around Edward Lear’s ‘Alphabet Poem’ and the activities include suggestions for adapting the lesson for KS1 or KS2. This resource is structured in the following way: 1. Fun warm up activities and games including name games, a classroom hunt activity, a paper-chain race and 'Find Someone Who' bingo. 2. A poetry time activity following the lesson Powerpoint to help the class to become familiar with Edward Lear’s ‘Alphabet Poem’. There are different options to adapt this for different age groups. 3. A group activity in which pupils create their own stanzas for the alphabet poem, using the letters that spell out your class name or their new teacher's name. 4. A whole class performance of the new poem. Check out our other popular resource packs: All About Me Time Capsule Recipe for a Great School Year! Autumn Poetry Pack KS1 All About Me Fidget Spinner Pack Stone Age Boy Pack Please follow the steps below to access your files: 1. Return to this page. 2.Further down the page you’ll see the files included within the Resource listed under the header ‘Files Included’. You may need to click on the ‘See all Resources’ to view them all. 3. Use the download arrow icons found to the left of each of the file names for each separate file. Please note that due to terms of use in the images used, the Powerpoint file is not editable.
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Emotion Poems - Creative Writing

Emotion Poems - Creative Writing

The power point is a great way to get students to think about how to describe emotions and create their own poetry using metaphors, similes, emotive language etc. Works really well for paired or group work as well as individual work.
MrsKitty