Couldn't find anything similar out there so I created 12 posters from various Shakespeare plays - there is a key quotation on each. Hope you find it useful!
Get students to fill in these helpful character profiles for display
Split students into groups of five or six. One person from group 1 stands with their back to the board. The others in their group have to get them to say the word at the top of the slide without saying any of the 'taboo&' words down the side. Give groups one minute each to get as many as they can. Great fun for revising the text.
Put the events of Act 3 in order and then match appropriate quotations with the event.
Fun 'way in' to Shakespeare for younger groups
End of summer term quiz. Suitable for all key stages.
Students research the novel by rotating around the five different information sheets and filling out their 'Predictions Worksheet&'
Comprehension style worksheet using an extract from Private Peaceful
A good timefiller, or starter activity for an English/Drama/Media Studies lesson, or even a fun thing for tutor time
Magazine covers with the title blanked out. Print out, laminate and cut up into cards. Students have to look at the colors, titles, pictures, fonts etc. and guess which magazine it is, or at least guess the type of audience the magazine is aimed at.The ac
As the friendship between Zero and Stanley deepens, discuss what both boys get out of their relationship, and why they need each other. As a homework, give students a famous pair, and they have to do an informative poster about them explaining why one needs the other, and why they work best with each other.
Suitable for home learning or a starter in supporting teaching of DNA
Activity to support teaching of Leah's monologue and its relevance
Starter or homework activity to help students explore Robert Cormier and The Chocolate War
Worksheet which considers the relevance and importance of Jan and Mark.
Activity to encourage students to consider the sort of character Archie is and find relevant quotations
Students analyse the extract about trolls, and then use the features they find to create an informative and descriptive piece of writing about their own fantasy creature.
Comprehension style activity about review and article. Supports teaching of DNA by Dennis Kelly
Simple worksheet which studies the juxtaposition in the description of the attack/murder on Adam