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Much Ado about Nothing Act1

Much Ado about Nothing Act1

6 PowerPoints focused on the opening Act. A range of activities focusing on social historical context, close textual analysis, character analysis and creative writing. Designed for a mid ability Yr 9 class.
emmaclee
AQA English Literature - Complete approach

AQA English Literature - Complete approach

All of my AQA English Literature resources at GCSE level in one bundle. Covers the following texts: DNA An Inspector Calls Jekyll and Hyde (revision only - not a whole text study) Conflict and Power poetry Unseen poetry The bundle also includes a tracking spreadsheet for GCSE Literature.
streetno9
Romeo & Juliet Key Motifs Quotations Revision

Romeo & Juliet Key Motifs Quotations Revision

A 2-page quotation revision resource on key motifs and symbolism in Romeo & Juliet. The quotations are grouped as follows: - Fire & Heat Imagery - Light & Dark Imagery - Stars Motif - Infection & Disease Motif - Religion & Pilgrimage Imagery - Graves, Death & Corruption Imagery Includes 27 quotations in total so is useful for focused revision; each quotation is briefly contextualised within the play. It is designed to engage students and make them feel that quotation-learning is achievable. This could be used as a homework or in-class resource as part of exam preparation or as an essay-writing prompt. It provides a realistic number of quotations for middle and lower ability students to focus on for these key motifs. For higher ability students, it can form part of a wider quotation revision programme. Revision can also be differentiated by the number of sections that students are given to learn.
lornakate
A View from the Bridge Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

A View from the Bridge Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

This detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students learning or revising Arthur Miller's 'A View from the Bridge.' It contains comprehensive sections on: - Context; - Scene by Scene Summary (with quotes); - Main Characters; - Themes; - Miller's Dramatic Devices; - The Features of Tragedy. Key words and ideas are underlined for easy reference. The resource is designed to printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
TandLGuru
Revision Crosswords An Inspector Calls Characters

Revision Crosswords An Inspector Calls Characters

A series of crosswords for revising An Inspector Calls. I created this for mid abilty GCSE group. Short crosswords on: The Inspector, Mr Birling, Mrs B, Sheila, Eric and Gerald. IDEAL for homework task, a cover lesson, or a lesson of independent working! TEACHER ANSWERS included.
gemkcalloway
Quote Wheel: Macbeth Revision

Quote Wheel: Macbeth Revision

A simple resource I made for my Year 11 students. They need to learn key quotes for their exam texts, and this resource helps them to organise their revision into more manageable chunks. The wheel is labelled with major themes and motifs, then students simply have to find four key quotes for each category and fill them in on their wheel. I advise my students to keep this visible at home or in their folders so that they can look at their key quotes often.
freyamustard
Quote Wheel: Romeo and Juliet Revision

Quote Wheel: Romeo and Juliet Revision

A simple resource I made for my Year 11 students. They need to learn key quotes for their exam texts, and this resource helps them to organise their revision into more manageable chunks. The wheel is labelled with major themes and motifs, then students simply have to find four key quotes for each category and fill them in on their wheel. I advise my students to keep this visible at home or in their folders so that they can look at their key quotes often.
freyamustard
Play-scripts

Play-scripts

Contains a set of PowerPoints, lesson plans and worksheets for each of the different areas of Play-scripts. Perfect when used in relation to a movie, for example Shrek.
HollywoodR95