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Knowledge Organiser - The Tempest

Knowledge Organiser - The Tempest

A complete comprehensive reference point for students (and teachers). Use for weekly quizzes as homework. Has key dates for context, key characters, themes, scene summaries, key words, language and structural features and key quotations on the back. Pupils can add their own quotations as they study the play. English is no longer 'hard to revise for'!
georgiejohnson
Ancient Greece Bundle

Ancient Greece Bundle

This bundle is a combination of Week 1 Topic work on Ancient Greece, alongside playscripts based on Ancient Greek Myths (Literacy) and a week of Explanation Texts based on the Ancient Greeks too. The Literacy planning includes a week's worth of planning and differentiated resources along with an interactive notebook to support the lesson. The Ancient Greece Topic lesson, introduces children to Ancient Greece and provide them with the background knowledge for their Literacy lesson. Both have been taught by myself with my Year 5 class, who LOVED learning about the Ancient Greeks. I bundled them together for anyone (like me), who will teach them on the same/consecutive weeks.
Morrisr9
An Inspector Calls: Student Workbook

An Inspector Calls: Student Workbook

A workbook that could be used as homework for KS4 groups studying 'An Inspector Calls'. There are extracts from the play, comprehension and analysis questions and other relevant activities.
shd132
Tragedy within Romeo and Juliet

Tragedy within Romeo and Juliet

A detailed lesson which explores the theme of tragedy within Romeo and Juliet Detailed analysis of key scenes, complete with annotated extracts from Act 3, Scene 1 & Act 5, Scene 3. Examples of WAGOLL and WABOLL answers. Students answer exam style question. Students peer assess answers against success criteria. Please contact me with any queries :)
catflynn9
Power and Control in Romeo and Juliet

Power and Control in Romeo and Juliet

Extremely detailed lesson which explores the theme of Power and Control. The lesson provides many, many examples of Power and Control. There is an extensive card-sort activity in which students match the correct scene to the quotation and analysis. Once complete, this leaves students with 5 detailed analytical paragraphs regarding power and control. Cloze activity also included.
catflynn9
Romeo and Mercutio's Relationship

Romeo and Mercutio's Relationship

A lesson which reflects upon the relationship between Romeo and Mercutio. Key scenes and quotations analysed in detail. Mark Scheme included Detailed success criteria to allow students to answer exam style question: How is the relationship between Mercutio and Romeo presented throughout the play?
catflynn9
Romeo, Juliet and Tybalt revision

Romeo, Juliet and Tybalt revision

Revision of three key characters: Romeo, Juliet and Tybalt. Students complete detailed worksheet for the three characters. The worksheet includes key scenes students should focus upon and retrieve quotations from. Each scene has a brief summary. This allows the students to trace the character's journey throughout the play and understand how each character develops.
catflynn9
Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scenes 2 & 3

Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scenes 2 & 3

Detailed analysis of the balcony scene and when Romeo visits Friar Lawrence's chamber. Very detailed and comprehensive annotations of the play which animate on to the board. Complete with exam style questions for both scenes. Please contact me with any queries :).
catflynn9