Five types of resource I frequently use when teaching LCDBA including a new resource on symbolism.
- The grammar challenge is ideal for a starter and is linked to the A-Level specification, it includes simple/compound tenses, infinitive structures which take prepositions, present and past subjunctive.
- The quote cards come with a theme index to help with evidencing points made in essays.
- The flick PowerPoint seems to be a favourite and is a go-to for revision, starters, minutes that need to be filled.
- The symbolism reading and writing worksheet has proven popular.
- A free character analysis resource to track development over time and character effect in moving the plot forward. Includes a contrasting adjective worksheet for every character to be used in conjunction with the infinitive structures worksheet to begin writing evidence points relating to character traits.
- Infinitive structures and verbs worksheet which includes 40 verbs to sort by character which can be used to evidence points made in writing.
- A 15 page student book with reading activities to complete week by week to check comprehension of the plot as well as add to discussions about cultural differences and opinions. Also includes a peer testing section where students write ten questions at the end of each act for somebody else to answer.