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AO4 AO1 Oxfam

AO4 AO1 Oxfam

This resource looks at both AO4 and AO1 in two Oxfam texts. The first being an open letter written by the Chief Exec regarding the recent Oxfam scandal, the other being an article reporting on the same topic. Students will analyse both texts using a guided resource and answer questions on both.
amandacoleman1612
World Cup 2018 – Football Fact Files (45 slide PowerPoint teaching resource)

World Cup 2018 – Football Fact Files (45 slide PowerPoint teaching resource)

World Cup 2018 teaching resources – The Football Fact Files (an editable 45 slide PowerPoint based teaching resource) World Cup 2018 teaching resources – The Football Fact Files includes a range of KS2 and KS3 English teaching activities and ideas for students of all abilities. Contents include: An introduction to the unit – Students will produce a fact file about a country competing in the 2018 Russia World Cup How to research a topic How to find information fast - skim, scan and highlight How to make relevant notes quickly Constructing linear and diagrammatic notes Learning a range of diverse research skills - traditional and digital texts (TV, video, DVD, websites) How to turn notes into prose How to use images and layout to make a fact file which has impact and is engaging To preview the first nine PowerPoint slides of World Cup 2018 - Football Fact Files please click on the image from the PowerPoint above.
Teacher-of-Primary
Writing to persuade - GCSE English

Writing to persuade - GCSE English

This is a generic GCSE English persuasive lesson which can be used with any exam board. It is designed with students mainly on the lower levels in GCSE in mind and is a lesson which is broken down bite sized fun activities to help the students achieve. This lesson focuses on introducing counter arguments into persuasive writing but underpins other skills such as research skills, proofreading, language features and reading to obtain information. All skills which are useful to have in the GCSE English exam. Feel free to adapt where necessary to suit your own learners needs. Please keep in mind that the TES preview does distort the look of the resource and this is not a true reflection, hope it helps.
namerased
Blood Brothers Context lesson

Blood Brothers Context lesson

Blood Brothers Context lesson which includes context time line activity, revision quiz and detailed links to the text. Really good lesson for context revision in year 11 or to teach context in year 10 after reading some of the play. Easily adaptable and highly relevant for AQA GCSE English literature.
yammyteacher
Ready to use  FAR Assessment Sheets Bundle -KS3 and KS4

Ready to use FAR Assessment Sheets Bundle -KS3 and KS4

A quick and easy way to give VERY SPECIFIC feedback without copious amounts of writing. Simply glue the sheet in under the student’s work. Tick the relevant criteria, set targets quickly and ensure the student has read your marking by getting them respond to in the student response section. Useful for KS3 and KS4 The bundle includes 6 ‘ready to go’ assessment sheets for: Blood Brothers HW - PEE chains Film Reviews Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde Creative Writing Peer Assessment - Generic Reading and Writing Assessment Sheets
chirpyandcheerful
KS3 Poetry

KS3 Poetry

This is a bundle of lessons and resources (some suitable for cover and homework) all suitable for pupils at KS3. Many are also suitable for KS4, particularly for introducing those skills that are needed for the analysis of unseen poetry.
knapster
Create a Superhero Graphic Organizer (Editable in Google Slides)

Create a Superhero Graphic Organizer (Editable in Google Slides)

This resource is great to allow your students to create and write about a Superhero. This resource includes 8 different graphic organizers, all to prepare the creation of their hero. The students go from brainstorming their hero to writing the story and drawing the comic. This resource is great for a language grade as well as an art grade. Plus your students will have fun completing the organizers. Superhero potential powers and traits organizer Story line organizer Plot and conflict organizer Characters organizer Visuals organizer Plot line organizer The Story (where the students can write their story) Simple comic template This resource comes in a printable PDF as well as an editable Google Slide. You can print it out and provide the organizers to your students, or allow them to make a copy and fill it in digitally.
rombop
‘Two Weeks with the Queen’ Morris Gleitzman – Writing a NEWS REPORT based on Colin’s quest to save h

‘Two Weeks with the Queen’ Morris Gleitzman – Writing a NEWS REPORT based on Colin’s quest to save h

An easy-to-follow Power Point guiding and preparing KS3 students towards a FINAL NON-FICTION WRITING ASSESSMENT TASK based on creating a NEWS REPORT. Includes TYPICAL FEATURES of NEWS WRITING together with EXAMPLES of HEADLINES, an INTRODUCTION, a PHOTO, a CAPTION and the MAIN BODY of a NEWS REPORT. Students focus on Colin’s quest to save his brother, Luke, in the novel, ‘Two Weeks with the Queen’.
btmmadstuff
Current Evens Graphic Organizer (Editable in Google Slides)

Current Evens Graphic Organizer (Editable in Google Slides)

This resource is great to have your students look at and review current events. This resource is a 4 page graphic organizer. The included 4 pages are as follows: Current Events Your Opinion Summary Where you stand This resource comes in a printable PDF as well as an editable Google Slide. You can print it out and provide the organizers to your students, or allow them to make a copy and fill it in digitally.
rombop
85 Writing Prompts (Quick Write Topics)

85 Writing Prompts (Quick Write Topics)

This ready-to-use set of printables includes everything you need to provide your students with fun quick write topics. Each writing prompt is it’s own page that includes a border, art work, writing prompt title and description to get the student started. You can print these out and use it in a ore traditional way or allow your students to complete these quick writes on a Chromebook, iPad or any other BYOD. These 85 writing prompts come on an editable Google Slide!
rombop
Printable Bookmark Templates (Editable in Google Slides)

Printable Bookmark Templates (Editable in Google Slides)

Create custom bookmarks for your students with this resource. This is a great way to introduce an activity, but can also be used in other content areas such as math, social studies, and science. Use Google slides and add your own text and pictures, or print them out blank for the students to design their own. This editable Google slide is setup with a standard 8.5” x 11” paper template. Each bookmark page has either 2 or 4 to a page. This makes it easy to print and distribute to students. Just print, distribute to students, & have them design their own for the book or content you are studying. Or create your own for a novel or lesson: just add the title or a notable quote, then print. Includes 12 pages of bookmark templates, 6 outline styles in 2 sizes each. 3 different style, printable reading log.
rombop
Wanted Poster (Editable in Google Slides)

Wanted Poster (Editable in Google Slides)

This is a fun WANTED poster is perfect for a Western Themed classroom. Use it to follow the theme in your class, or have your students design and write a wanted poster for a villain in the novel you are reading. This handout is great for short stories! You can print these out and use it in a traditional way or allow your students to complete this Wanted Poster on a Chromebook, iPad or any other BYOD. This worksheets come on an editable Google Slide!
rombop
Non-fiction writing- cover letter for job application

Non-fiction writing- cover letter for job application

A whole lesson for mixed ability KS3 or KS4, focusing on the style and structure of a cover letter when applying for a job. Resources include 10 different job adverts from a range of industries for students to ‘apply’ to with a formally written cover letter. This was used for an English lesson but could be adapted for whole school e.g. students applying for work experience.
suzie86
Jekyll and Hyde - Learning Key Quotes

Jekyll and Hyde - Learning Key Quotes

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that aids KS4 students as they prepare for the AQA English Literature Paper 1 exam that is coming up. The lesson is also easily adaptable for KS3 students. It includes a pack of key quotes, as well as a variety of differentiated activities to help students learn quotes for the upcoming exam. Definitely worth a download!
Lead_Practitioner
Sign of Four GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice / Revision

Sign of Four GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice / Revision

Get your students ultra-ready with this collection of revision materials that include: key quote packs, model answers, approaches to answering the exam question, modelled analytical paragraphs, activities on approaching AO3 (historical and social context) and more!
Lead_Practitioner
Jekyll and Hyde GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice / Revision

Jekyll and Hyde GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice / Revision

Get your students ultra-ready with this collection of revision materials that include: key quote packs, model answers, approaches to answering the exam question, modelled analytical paragraphs, activities on approaching AO3 (historical and social context) and more!
Lead_Practitioner
ANALYSED Christina Rossetti's Poems: English Literature AS

ANALYSED Christina Rossetti's Poems: English Literature AS

15 of Christiana Rossetti’s poems analysed meaning structure and language fully broken down with detailed annotations. A total of 17 pages (one of each poem and three for Goblin Market). Key quotes are highlighted and potential interpretations given. Poems: Goblin Market From the Antique Good Friday Maude Clare Shut Out Twice No Thank you John Echo SONG: When I am dead my dearest Remember In the round tower at Jhansi Up-Hill A Birthday Winter: My Secret Soeur Louise de la Misericorde
Osauwese
Royal Wedding Newspaper Reports

Royal Wedding Newspaper Reports

Included are two newspaper reports written about the Royal Wedding of Price Harry and Meghan Markle: one about the ceremony and celebrations and the other about the global audience. They both include all the feathers of GDS writing at KS2. Can be used a WAGOLLs or to find features.
lukeearley
Analyse a 'rant'

Analyse a 'rant'

Comic article ranting about wasps with some activities to encourage KS3 students to analyse language choices and create their own writing inspired by the text.
red_hot_chili_frog
Persuasive writing revision

Persuasive writing revision

Revise GCSE writing criteria by applying it the model paragraphs - should generate some discussion before attempting own persuasive writing. With some adaptation, suitable for all secondary students.
red_hot_chili_frog
Macbeth GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice / Revision

Macbeth GCSE 9-1 Exam Practice / Revision

Get your students ultra-ready with this collection of revision materials that include: key quote packs, model answers, approaches to answering the exam question, modelled analytical paragraphs, activities on approaching AO3 (historical and social context) and more!
Lead_Practitioner
Ultimate Survival Story

Ultimate Survival Story

Extended extract from Aron Ralston’s account of getting trapped by a boulder in Utah and being forced to amputate his own arm with a multitool. On last page have included some tasks. Probably best for Year 9, 10 and 11. Effective for exploring how tension and suspense is created through language.
red_hot_chili_frog
The Sign of Four - Learning Key Quotes

The Sign of Four - Learning Key Quotes

Brilliant as a last-minute revision lesson or even useful on the morning of the exam - this fully differentiated lesson tests students on their knowledge of key quotes from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic The Sign of Four, and includes two key quote revision packs (one more detailed and one much shorter for last-minute revision). Includes a variety of differentiated activities to help students build up their bank of quotes in their heads before the big day.
Lead_Practitioner
Street Child - Berlie Doherty Literacy planning KS2

Street Child - Berlie Doherty Literacy planning KS2

Approximately 5 weeks of literacy plans based on the book ‘Street Child’ by Berlie Doherty. Designed initially for lower Keystage Two though can be easily adapted. All resources included alongside success criteria marking ladders for longer writing pieces. A fabulous book that engages the children in the topic of the Victorians. A mixture of drama, narrative, poetry and non-fiction. History objectives can be taught alongside.
mitch7181