Face - Benjamin ZephaniahQuick View
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Face - Benjamin Zephaniah

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A scheme of work with reading and writing assessment foci using Benjamin Zephaniah's novel Face. It also contains accompanying worksheet resources and an article on an interview with the poet. I&'ve also added some differentiated resources I did for the last group I taught this to who were quite low ability. Hope they are useful.
MacbethQuick View
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Macbeth

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Complete revision guide for Act One of Macbeth - would make an ideal homework. Activities, questions, terminology and revision tips included.
AQA English Language Paper 2Quick View
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AQA English Language Paper 2

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This resource uses a 21st century article about Mary Bell and compares it with a nineteenth century article about the hanging of T.King, a twelve year old thief. Excellent paper 2 practice and a subject matter most find interesting and thought-provoking.
Mister PipQuick View
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Mister Pip

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Full set of lessons and activities for the above novel. There do not appear to be many resources out there which may put people off teaching the text; a pity as it is an excellent choice, so I hope that these are helpful for somebody!
The Jeremy Kyle ShowQuick View
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The Jeremy Kyle Show

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After Year 11 insisted that they had never seen a TV show in their lives and therefore couldn't complete the AQA controlled assessment task 'Write about a TV programme you love or loathe' I decided to take matters into my own hands with The Jeremy Kyle show. This can be used as a springboard to pupils writing about their own television show or about Jeremy Kyle specifically. Hope it helps.
Hamlet, ShakespeareQuick View
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Hamlet, Shakespeare

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Specifically designed for the 2014 'literary heritage&' question about how a disturbed character is presented. I got my class to compare Hamlet with the narrator in &';Maud' by Alfred Lord Tennyson, but stands alone as a general introduction to the play. I hope the resources are useful.
Macbeth/Julius CaesarQuick View
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Macbeth/Julius Caesar

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Tackling the 2015 Lit question comparing Macbeth's doubts about killing Duncan with Brutus' uncertainties about killing Julius Caesar. Rather a 'work in progress' but hopefully it will help somebody!