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Year 10/11: 'London' by William Blake

Year 10/11: 'London' by William Blake

Two to three lessons on the poem "London" by William Blake. Carries on from the "Ozymandias" lesson, but can be taught as it is. Context, high level language and structure analysis, critical writing, writing frames and model answers make for engaging, jammed-packed lessons.
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Year 10/11: 'Ozymandias' by Percy Shelley

Year 10/11: 'Ozymandias' by Percy Shelley

Two to three lessons on the poem "Ozymandias" by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Romantic context, high level language and structure analysis, annotations and creative activities make an engaging three-part series.
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Top Three Books for Writers Article

Top Three Books for Writers Article

There are tons of books on writing out there and it is difficult to know where to start... A writer doesn’t usually have a lot of time, especially if they have 10 stories plotting out in their head (along with dialogue, symbolism, sub-plots, and characterization!). In my quest for becoming a better writer, I’ve found some good books...and then I’ve found some great ones. This list includes only those books! I’ve also included links to find them on Amazon.
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Year 9- Jurassic Park (2 Lessons)

Year 9- Jurassic Park (2 Lessons)

Two lessons for boys looking at language and structural analysis of an extract from the novel Jurassic Park. Fun clips from the movie, revision of the adventure genre and creative writing. Great for a double lesson!
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