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KS3 Art - Introduction to Mark Making - Lesson Activity

KS3 Art - Introduction to Mark Making - Lesson Activity

Introduction to mark making KS3 art Lesson PPT & Worksheet included starter - cut up mark making cards - students pick a card & fill the square with marks main - after discussing and trialing different ways to make marks students then completed a blank letter template of their initial with their desired mark making method. ideal starter of term activity to gauge student ability
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Halloween Activities

Halloween Activities

Buy all sorts of spooky fun for Halloween. A big quiz in slideshow and printable format, scary pictures to inspire art and creative writing activities, colouring sheets, masks to colour and cut out, mental maths with a scary twist and a word search. We hope you're happy with your purchase. Happy Halloween!
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COMPLETE HALLOWEEN BUNDLE

COMPLETE HALLOWEEN BUNDLE

AWESOME BUNDLE for KS2, KS3, SEN and EAL. 1x Halloween Quiz 1x Halloween guess who? 1x Halloween spooky sums, wordsearch and colouring in task. All resources tested with a range of year 7-9 students. They loved them and can not wait for Halloween. Hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
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A Mid-Summer Night's Dream- Bottom and Shakespeare's use of humour.

A Mid-Summer Night's Dream- Bottom and Shakespeare's use of humour.

A lesson that spans over two hours- Originally created for a mixed ability year 7 group but easily adapted to different classes. The lesson includes: -Links to humour in everyday life -Key terminology discussion 'malapropism' -What makes Bottom such a funny character (discussion) -Differentiated support in answering the question "How is Bottom presented as being a humourous character?" -Peer assessment -Creative Writing
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Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet- The Balcony Scene (Beginning)

Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet- The Balcony Scene (Beginning)

This lesson explores the beginning of the Balcony Scene - Originally taught at an able group of year 8 students but can be used for different abilities/classes with minimal adaptation. The lesson includes: -Discussion around the themes of the play -Guided reading of the scene -A summary section on the scene -Guided skills for annotating the extract -The lesson then prepares the students to select from three different GCSE styled questions: 1. Explore how Shakespeare presents the theme of love between the two characters. 2.Explore how Shakespeare presents the character of Romeo, in this scene. 3.Explore how Shakespeare presents the character of Juliet, in this scene.
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Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing- Analysing Structure.

Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing- Analysing Structure.

Each lesson explores different acts/scenes from the Shakespearian play with links to modern life, a range of extracts and structure analysis at GCSE level. -Originally taught to a high ability year 9 class -Could be easily adapted - Each lesson was used in a departmental observation which received fantastic feedback. Save 26% when buying as a bundle, however, resources can also be bought as individual lessons. Please review and enjoy!
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Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Act 4 Analysis

Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Act 4 Analysis

A lesson based on ACT 4 - Much Ado About Nothing aimed at a higher ability class but could be easily adapted. The lesson includes: - An imagery based starter - A class discussion on shame - A YouTube link to the scene - An analysis of language and structure used in Act 4 - How is language and structure used to present the relationship between Beatrice and Benedick? With supported tasks for lower ability and challenge task for higher ability. -Self assessment -Glossary
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Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Tricking Benedick

Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Tricking Benedick

Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing- Aimed at a higher ability class but can be easily adapted. Exploring the use of structure in the tricking of Benedick. Lesson complete with: -Discussion around the use of Soliloquys and their effect on an audience -A focused analysis of structure in a shorter section of the extract -Extract included -Model answer -Steps to help answer the GCSE question "How is structure used to show the changing attitude of Benedick?" -Peer assessment- With grid for students included
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Shakespeare-Much Ado about Nothing- Tricking Beatrice Act 3 Scene 1

Shakespeare-Much Ado about Nothing- Tricking Beatrice Act 3 Scene 1

A lesson that explores structure in Act 3 Scene 1 complete with a modern and original extract for students to annotate. Aimed at a high ability but could easily be adapted. The lesson also includes: A model answer Discussion tasks in pairs Progress checks of student's understanding The GCSE question: How is the extract structured to engage the audience?
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Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Don John's Evil plan.

Shakespeare- Much Ado about Nothing- Don John's Evil plan.

A lesson that explores Don John's evil plan in Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing. Aimed at a higher ability class but can be easily adapted. The lesson includes: -The extract for students to annotate - A task to support first impressions of the character -A YouTube link with comprehension questions - A grid full of structural techniques - A teacher annotation of a section of the extract -A model answer - A learning question GCSE styled "How is structure used to present the character?"
kirstygemmell2809
Romeo & Juliet: The Perfect Proposal Activity (1.2-3)

Romeo & Juliet: The Perfect Proposal Activity (1.2-3)

Intro: Group activity to begin understanding the difficulty of "arranged" marriages, and how compatibility, faith, and family support are all necessary in order to make relationships work. In Act 1 Scene 2 & 3 of Romeo & Juliet, we see the arrangement of Paris and Juliet’s possible marriage. We then learn that Juliet refuses to marry Paris and decides she wants to choose love for herself. The battle of the Boys….. Come up with the Perfect proposal for both a modern day Paris and.....
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