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.
Full scheme of work provided with supporting resources. I hope they are helpful.
Complete revision guide for Act One of Macbeth - would make an ideal homework. Activities, questions, terminology and revision tips included.
Some resources to use alongside the identified poems above - hope they come in useful! :)
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.
Series of lessons including an essay plan. Suitable for KS3 / KS4.
Resources for a controlled assessment on Conflict in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare for the WJEC board. I hope it helps your class.
Other cultures - AQA Here are some resources to help with the teaching of this text.
Activities and teachers' notes for all of the poems in the &'Place&'; collection from Moon on the Tides.
A collection of activities based around Morpurgo's novel - aimed at Year 7s.
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!
Full activities and lessons on the first nine poems ('The Manhunt' to 'Valentine')
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.
Some of the issues and arguments around slang in schools and colleges. Episode1 of 'Educating the East End&' is used too (ban-TAH!)
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.
It's for my "delightful" (no, they are!) Year 10 class. New GCSE spec. Partly for me so I don't lose them! :-O
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!