GCSE AQA Literature paper 1 'Romeo and Juliet' bundle

GCSE AQA Literature paper 1 'Romeo and Juliet' bundle

A bundle of PowerPoints and resources for teaching Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to a GCSE class. Lessons for the entire play included with high quality exemplar responses and revision resources. Bundle also includes booklet of academic non fiction to help develop students’ understanding of the play and its context.
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TENSES WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS

TENSES WORKSHEETS WITH ANSWERS

A bundle of 3 sets of worksheets with answers on tenses. This bundle includes worksheets on: Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense Teachers can use these ready-made worksheets to enhance the vocabulary, language, grammar, and writing skills of the learners. ◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈ Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: ✿ To challenge early finishers ✿ For effective tutoring ✿ As ESL stations and sub tubs ✿ As holiday work and homework ✿ For small group collaborations ✿ For an end of unit assessments ✿ For reinforcement and enrichment
john421969
KS 3 Romeo and Juliet. Unit of Work.

KS 3 Romeo and Juliet. Unit of Work.

Entire Unit of Work on Romeo and Juliet for Key Stage Three English. To understand some of the contexts for Shakespeare’s plays. To fill in the notes page during the lesson and answer all of the questions correctly. To be able to comment in detail on some of the play’s main characters & their situation. To understand the ways in Shakespeare’s use of language & form suggest certain interpretations of the play and its ideas. To analyse the language used and how it directs the plot at this pivotal point in the play. To complete a piece of writing to reinforce student understanding of the plot & characters. To complete Shakespeare Assessment Part One on ‘Romeo & Juliet’. Scheme included for delivery. All resources and and assessment folders included.
Yomama1234
KNQ Graphic Organizer: Know, New, Question

KNQ Graphic Organizer: Know, New, Question

As an alternative to the KWL Chart (What do you KNOW, What do you WANT to know, What have you LEARNED), the KNQ Graphic Organizer (What do you KNOW about the subject, What is NEW about the SUBJECT, What QUESTIONS do you have) requires students to organize their information in a different way. Some student don’t know what they WANT to know, so having them ask QUESTIONS at the end of the lesson can help them reflect of what they’ve learned and what may have been left out. Instead of what a student has LEARNED about the subject, they can examine what is NEW information they have acquired through the lesson. Finally, establishing what students KNOW is always good pedagogical practice as a diagnostic assessment. The KNQ practice can be used to assess student reading comprehension, lesson engagement and understanding or thematic content in a unit. As a lesson assessment, this tool can help gage next steps and gaps in learning.
mzmorse
Republic of Ireland context/history quiz

Republic of Ireland context/history quiz

This quiz was designed to be used in an English lesson to reinforce student knowledge of Irish history in relation to Brian Friel’s play “Translations”. However, it could of course also be used by history teachers! The quiz could be done traditionally, whereby students revise in advance and then sit the quiz on their own. However, I used it as a team game, whereby at around Easter time, the slips were cut up and hidden around the classroom treasure hunt-style. Students had to work in teams to find the slips and fill in the answers where they thought they went on the answer sheet. The first team to get a full sheet of correct answers - or the highest number of correct answers - by the end of the given time - won an Easter egg (I appreciate that edible prizes and/or the religious aspect won’t work in all schools so obviously feel free to substitute this with a reward of your choosing if needed). Ground rules worth setting include: no hoarding of slips in your team (they should be put back where you have found them so other teams can also find them…) and no using chairs/tables etc as weaponry to guard the slips you have found (yes, really!!).
Angelil
Fact sheet: IRA (Irish Republican Army)

Fact sheet: IRA (Irish Republican Army)

This is a fact sheet about the IRA designed to be distributed to students, or for teachers to use to give them some background knowledge. It has been adapted/created based on Wikipedia so naturally is basic/has limitations, but is suitable for student use and for teachers who are not history specialists. It can be useful for English teachers who are teaching plays or novels where this history is relevant, such as Brian Friel’s “Translations” or Joan Lingard’s “Across The Barricades”.
Angelil
Annotation Slides

Annotation Slides

Annotation is a supremely useful skill and reading strategy to use in order to better understand and discuss what you have read. Students require repetition of academic behaviors that will aid in their improved classroom performance. Annotation is a skill that can be used across subjects and should be modified for personal use as students become more comfortable. Common symbolsare identified.
mzmorse
Literature Circles: Student Reading Groups

Literature Circles: Student Reading Groups

Literature Circle praxis is meant to aid students in reading comprehension. This can take many forms. Student groups should remain 3-4 in size, depending on the regularity of attendance. Student should be able to work in an environment that affords active listening, active reading (including annotation), and writing reflection. Literature Circles can take one lesson or several days, depending on level and length of reading. The desired outcome can be to engage the reading as a group member with a particular ROLE or to use that ROLE to process a specific aspect of the text. Roles include: Discussion Director Vocabulary Enricher Literary Luminary Checker (for task/role objectives) Summarizer Artful Artist Character Captain Passage Picker Reporter Bridge Builder Any combination of the above roles can be assigned by the teacher. It is up to their discretion which roles should be used and in what groupings. Some roles overlap in responsibilities. Those that overlap are also differentiated for various learners.
mzmorse
FULL CAST AUDIO BOOK OF "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde"

FULL CAST AUDIO BOOK OF "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde"

TEACHING ENGLISH ? Teaching Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde here’s a UNIQUE experience! Listen to the entire drama right here but with several actors playing all the roles complete with specially recorded sound effects and music! From Word of mouth Productions In Victorian London, there are tales of a murderous man who commits heinous crimes. After hearing of a nasty encounter the man had with a small child, Utterson swears he will see the end of the fiend. But why is he so monstrous and what are his links to Dr. Jekyll? We follow Utterson in his quest to unmask the brute and bring this callous foe to justice. This is the classic, fully unabridged original novel from Robert Louis Stevenson - brought to you on audio in a way that only Word of Mouth Productions know how to do - a combination of fully acted characters, SFX and music, makes this more immersive than any other version you can listen too. Check out our exclusive interview with the stars of The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde! This is the classic, fully unabridged original novel from Robert Louis Stevenson - brought to you on audio in a way that only Word of Mouth Productions know how to do - a combination of fully acted characters, SFX and music, makes this more immersive than any other version you can listen too.
brendansheppard
Romeo & Juliet - investigating Mercutio's death - Whole lesson

Romeo & Juliet - investigating Mercutio's death - Whole lesson

Whole lesson including resources, ppt and lesson plan. Only thing needed is a clip of Mercutio’s death - your choice which version you would like to use - any works with the lesson. Pushes students to think outside of the box exploring the impact of the death of Mercutio on the play. Used with high ability Year 9, but also works well with KS4.
hayleydraper
Model Answer: Juliet as a faithful daughter in 'Romeo and Juliet'

Model Answer: Juliet as a faithful daughter in 'Romeo and Juliet'

A detailed model answer analysing Shakespeare’s presentation of Juliet as a faithful daughter in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ This allows students to understand how to structure their arguments to achieve full marks. At the end of the essay is the mark as well as a detailed comment analysing the student’s strengths and weaknesses. This enables students to understand what parts of the essay have been so successful. This resource has been written for AQA, but will be useful to all students studying Romeo and Juliet. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
Model Answer: The Importance of the Inspector in 'An Inspector Calls'

Model Answer: The Importance of the Inspector in 'An Inspector Calls'

A detailed model answer discussing how Priestley presents the importance of the Inspector in ‘An Inspector Calls’. This allows students to understand how to structure their arguments to achieve full marks. At the end of the essay is the mark as well as a detailed comment analysing the student’s strengths and weaknesses. This enables students to understand what parts of the essay have been so successful. This resource has been written for AQA, but will be useful to all students studying ‘An Inspector Calls’. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
Model Answer: Conflict Between Generations in 'An Inspector Calls'

Model Answer: Conflict Between Generations in 'An Inspector Calls'

A detailed model answer discussing how Priestley presents conflict between the generations in ‘An Inspector Calls’. This allows students to understand how to structure their arguments to achieve full marks. At the end of the essay is the mark as well as a detailed comment analysing the student’s strengths and weaknesses. This enables students to understand what parts of the essay have been so successful. This resource has been written for AQA, but will be useful to all students studying ‘An Inspector Calls’. Check out the rest of the series and other great resources in my Tes Shop. Any Enquires: Instagram - @thomasd0resources Twitter - @thomasd01resou1 Email - thomasd01@yahoo.com
thomasd0
Lots Of Writing Tasks With A Pirate Theme 'The Skull And Cross Bone' (7-11)

Lots Of Writing Tasks With A Pirate Theme 'The Skull And Cross Bone' (7-11)

31 pages Lots And Lots Of Writing Tasks With A Pirate Theme ‘The Skull And Cross Bone’ (Likes And Dislikes Writing Prompts) 7-11 years In this pack the child is first asked to match the popular pantomimes to their plots. Next, they should complete the sentence prompts and write about their visit to the pantomime or their favourite pantomime. After this, the child should read the play script called ‘The Skull And Cross Bone’ and then continue the plot - writing about how the pirate crew of the Skull And Cross Bone go to Treasure Island. Next, the child is asked to plan and write their own pirate play. They should consider their characters, setting, plot (it’s action, suspense and tension) and think about how to keep their audience interested. After this, the child should write a pirate adventure story, about being shipwrecked on a desert island. There are lots of prompts to help the child write. This series provides prompts to encourage children to write. It provides starting points, to encourage even the most reluctant writers. Presented in a lively ‘magazine style’ format, these packs feature stories and non fiction texts to read. They include follow up activities that will inspire even the most reluctant writer, to write stories, letters, play scripts, diaries, poems, persuasive leaflets and more. More than this, the child will learn writing techniques including: simple, compound and complex sentences - connectives, grammar tips - harder vocabulary and punctuation. Aimed at 7-11 year olds, these work packs provide excellent writing practice for those children preparing to take 11+ exams or S.A.T.s. They will also benefit children with special needs, or where English is a second language.
guineapigeducation
Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet

Used for low ability Year 10. 18 lessons on the play, including homeworks and 2 mini tests to check understanding and one lesson of revision activities. Includes notes on context.
LeahMitchell
FUTURE TENSE: BUNDLE

FUTURE TENSE: BUNDLE

A bundle of 4 resources on direct and indirect speech. This bundle includes: Handouts: Vocabulary, Rules, Rubrics Worksheets, Exercises, and Task Cards Lesson Plan with Resources Ready to use PowerPoint Presentation Teachers can use these ready-made resources to enhance the vocabulary, language, grammar, and writing skills of the learners. ◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈ Here are some other possible uses for these in your classroom: ✿ To challenge early finishers ✿ For effective tutoring ✿ As ESL stations and sub tubs ✿ As holiday work and homework ✿ For small group collaborations ✿ For an end of unit assessments ✿ For reinforcement and enrichment
john421969
Planning Year 1 Spring Term Literacy Numeracy

Planning Year 1 Spring Term Literacy Numeracy

Important! If you’d like to buy the whole year’s planning (Autumn, Spring and Summer) you’d be better off buying my bundle. Planning for the Spring term for year 1. You get 72 mb of material so good value imo. I taught in Catholic schools so a Catholic bent. But as we live in a multicultural society, that is good. You get planning for: Creative Curriculum Literacy Numeracy R.E. Science (Animals and Plants)
auntieannie
Much Ado About Nothing Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

Much Ado About Nothing Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

This detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students learning or revising William Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing.’ It contains comprehensive sections on: Context; Scene by Scene Summary (with quotes); Main Characters; Themes; Dramatic Devices; Features of Comedy. The resource is designed to be 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
Year 1 Autumn Term Planning Literacy Numeracy

Year 1 Autumn Term Planning Literacy Numeracy

Important! If you’d like to buy the whole year’s planning (Autumn, Spring and Summer) you’d be better off buying my bundle. Planning for the Autumn term for year 1. You get 160 mb of material so good value imo. I taught mainly in Catholic schools so has a Catholic bent. But as we live in a multicultural society, this should be no problem. You get planning for: creative curriculum Literacy Numeracy P.E. (some) Science (some) R.E. (Advent etc) Loads of great lessons to ease your Sunday afternoons. Just cut and paste into your school template.
auntieannie
Romeo and Juliet - The End

Romeo and Juliet - The End

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that focuses on a number of key scenes from William Shakespeare’s classic Romeo and Juliet. We look at Romeo’s soliloquy before he poisons himself, as well as Juliet’s speech as she awakens and discovers the body of Romeo next to here. Finally, we look at the very ending of the play and the truce that both the Capulets and the Montagues agree on. We analyse the use of language in these scenes and explain their impact on the audience. Definitely worth a download!
Lead_Practitioner
Fun Classroom Activities!

Fun Classroom Activities!

Save up to 40% when you purchase this bundle which contains three of our top-selling fun classroom activities which are great for vocabulary practice or simply as time-fillers!
englishteaching101
Pictionary Word Cards

Pictionary Word Cards

This printable product contains editable pictionary word cards that you can laminate for long term use! Each card has up to 7 words (that’s 700 words total!) with varying points depending on the level of difficulty! These lists are great and simple enough for multilevel classes! These simple pictionary word cards can be used for any grade level! You can easily edit some words to suit your lesson or your students proficiency level! Playing is simple and easy: Divide your class into 2-4 teams. Have one student from each team come to the front and pull a card from the stack. Give students three options to describe the word on the list. They can describe by: a) drawing (pictionary) b) action (charades) c) words (oral description) The rest of the team try to guess the word. Points given for each correct answer! Laminate the cards for long term use! This is a fun game to add to your bag of tricks! Follow us on Facebook or visit our website English Teaching 101
englishteaching101
Book Trailer Project

Book Trailer Project

Book Trailer Project is a digital storytelling activity for middle school or high school students after they finish reading a book. Students need to take the key idea from the book to create a short video that persuades people to check out a book they have read. THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES: Book Review Template Storyboard Template Book Trailer Rubric Peer Review Project Reflection Step by step guide handout for students Lesson Guide for teachers A simple PowerPoint presentation to show to students Follow us on Facebook or visit our website English Teaching 101
englishteaching101
100+ Fun Charades  with Illustrations

100+ Fun Charades with Illustrations

Charades is a classic team or group game, easily suited for lots of different occasions and age levels and is absolutely enjoyed by many students! The object of the game is simple: players take turns acting out words, with no talking or sound effects. Other players try to guess the word, and the team or player who guesses the most wins. However, standard charades can be difficult for students. Due to time and team pressure, students sometimes are at a loss for ideas on how to act out the words. To counter this problem, I developed this product with: over 100 charades cards with phrases and sentences instead of words fun illustrations to go with each situation to help players associate words with something familiar Some students with lower (English) proficiency may benefit from this adaptation to the game so that they can join their classmates in the fun! Follow us on Facebook or visit our website English Teaching 101
englishteaching101
Romeo and Juliet - Juliet's Death

Romeo and Juliet - Juliet's Death

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that focuses on a number of key scenes from William Shakespeare’s classic Romeo and Juliet. We look at Act 4 Scene 3 as Juliet takes the vial of liquid given to her by the Friar. Additionally, we see how Romeo reacts as Balthasar tells him the news that Juliet is dead and we look at Act 5 Scene 1 as Romeo visits the apothecary to purchase poison. We analyse the use of language in these scenes and explain their impact on the audience. Definitely worth a download!
Lead_Practitioner
The Lion King Script - School Production

The Lion King Script - School Production

This script was written for a Year 3 and 4 summer production. Can easily be done or edited for younger or older. The script was based on Disney’s The Lion King film from 1994. All of the songs and backing tracks included can be found on YouTube. Also includes the link to see the script in action - watching the recording of the performance.
attystar
Exploring an Extract Laminate: AQA GCSE Literature

Exploring an Extract Laminate: AQA GCSE Literature

A visual tool for teachers to laminate and use in preparation for students analysing an extract in Paper One of the Literature GCSE. This generic mat can be applied to all texts. Encourages students to explore the big ideas and wider significance of the extract.
haylouley
An Inspector Calls Display

An Inspector Calls Display

This display has been used to create the image of Inspector Goole’s messy desk. Pictures of how it has been used can be found on my Twitter: MissKempEnglish
EmmaAnne94
Junior Cycle English Introduction to 'Romeo and Juliet' by Shakespeare

Junior Cycle English Introduction to 'Romeo and Juliet' by Shakespeare

Junior Cycle English Introduction to ‘Romeo and Juliet’ by Shakespeare. Three lessons focusing on the historical context, Shakespearian language and the overall plot and prologue. Full power-points with lots of activities including extension activities for new Junior Cycle. Could be used at Junior Cycle level for other Shakespearian plays also. Provides students with the ground work needed to introduce them to Shakespeare for the first time.
CrazyTeacherInTheAttic
KS4 Macbeth - SOW

KS4 Macbeth - SOW

My first public SOW. I have put this together in an effort to provide either a structured lesson or alternatively an array of teaching material to select from when designing your own lesson. The PPT/SOW is divided by Acts. This was my first draft of teaching the SOW so there may be gaps or areas I would naturally develop second time around. Any feedback on such is much appreciated. Hope this helps! Rhys
RhysHarris90
Romeo and Juliet - Juliet And The Friar

Romeo and Juliet - Juliet And The Friar

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that focuses on Act 4 Scene 1 of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet as we see how Paris and Juliet meet and the plan that Friar Laurence puts together to rescue Juliet from her fate. We look at the language between Paris and Juliet, as well as deciding what Juliet should do next and how the Friar puts together his scheme to reunite Juliet with Romeo without arousing suspicions. Ideal preparation for students preparing for Literature exams and easily adaptable for younger students as well.
Lead_Practitioner
The Crucible Knowledge Orgainser

The Crucible Knowledge Orgainser

A4 A fully editable knowledge organiser on Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’, suitable for IGCSE English Literature revision. Resource contains: Plot summary by act and song Character list Contextual information Key techniques used by the author Key Quotations by character High-level vocabulary that can be used to describe the main characters/ act as topic sentence starters
missjlp86
Hamlet Outline

Hamlet Outline

A summary of Hamlet, giving an outline of the story and the important characters involved. Great for a quick reference or as a starting point for a lesson. Also useful for teachers who don’t want to read the whole play!
AliJC
Shakespearean Insults

Shakespearean Insults

A small collection of great one-line Shakespearean insults and retorts for teachers to use in drama lessons, as a springboard for creative writing, or just for fun! Will work particularly well when included as part of a lesson on Shakespeare’s language or during play reading or script writing lessons. Perfect for Key Stage 2 and above.
AliJC