Jekyll and Hyde Summary BookletQuick View
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Jekyll and Hyde Summary Booklet

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This can be used either as Revision or indeed in conjunction with Jekyll and Hyde lessons or even as a Homework task. Included is a Key Words sheet to demonstrate the language choices required in an essay as well as to encourage accurate Spelling and the use of Subject Terminology.
Macbeth Summary Booklet and Key WordsQuick View
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Macbeth Summary Booklet and Key Words

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This can be used as introduction work or indeed as Revision for students to complete. Included is a Key Words sheet which can be used to encourage accurate Spelling as well as to exemplify formal language choices for an essay and subject specific terminology.
Animal Farm - Revision Booklet/ Key WordsQuick View
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Animal Farm - Revision Booklet/ Key Words

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This is useful for both the introduction of as well as Revision for Animal Farm. Also attached is a Key Words sheet which can be used to encourage correct spelling as well as encourage formal Language choices in Essay Writing
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Mini Saga - How To Lesson

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This resource can be used as Cover or extension work, with the option of also building into already constructed curriculum. A mini saga is a piece of writing which has exactly fifty words, not including the title, which can have up to fifteen words. A mini saga has to tell a story and have a beginning, middle and end. It cannot just be a description of something. This can be used to build on Writing Skills
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Origins of World War One - Lesson 2

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This is a follow up lesson from the introduction of the great European Powers - Yet the focus is on the Four Pillars of World War One: M.A.I.N. - Militarism Alliances Imperialism and Nationalism.
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Origins of World War One - Rulers of Europe

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This is an introduction lesson to begin a new Year 9 Unit on World War One - But can of course be adapted accordingly. This lesson focuses on the Rulers of Europe at the time - specifically focusing on Britain, Germany and Russia.
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Introduction of the Triangular Slave Trade

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This is an entire lesson on the African Slave Trade and the Three Pillars that supported it. There is a short video and Three Short Tasks to complete with a Plenary at the end. Can be used for High/Middle Ability - Activities can be adjusted easily for a lower ability class.
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Macbeth Activities

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This is a series of activities and worksheets that are based specifically on the 'Graphic Novel' version of Macbeth, but of course most activities are indeed transferable to the larger story arc. I have found the 'Graphic Novel' version is a great way to teach MAcbeth to students that struggle greatly with the language.
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Revision - Cold War - Sources Questions

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This resource was used to ready students for a particular assessment - A Quarterly, Q2. They had not been studying the Cold War for 6 weeks - so it begins with a ‘memory jogger’ and then goes into a Source Analysis. This was done as a 100minute double lesson - but has a logical stop point if you wish to turn it into two lessons.
What is History? -Quick View
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What is History? -

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This series of lesson are a fantastic way of introducing the concept of High School History to Year 7 Students. Included are lessons, activities and resources.
Poetry - Power and ConflictQuick View
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Poetry - Power and Conflict

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This is a series of lessons and activities about various Poems in the Power and Conflict AQA scheme of work. It includes annotations, sample answers, activities and annotations of various poems in the scheme. This will be at least a week, perhaps two weeks, of Lessons - depending on level and speed of progress.
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The Volstead Act - Prohibition

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This is a whole lesson on The Volstead Act - The Prohibition Era in the United States. It includes a Historical Source analysis and relevant context/content to complete this task.
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Persuasive Speech Writing

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This is a short Three Lesson Unit that encourages student to practice and develop their speech writing. It begins with a look at the famous ‘I have a Dream’ Speech, goes on to look at persuasive devices, including the Shamwow Infomercial, and then continues to the point where students should confidantly perform in front of the class.
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Creative Writing for KS3

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This is a resource designed to introduce some of the key ideas in creative writing. MAPSO stands for Metaphor, Alliteration, Personification, Simile and Onomatopoeia. The lesson includes some quick ‘starter style ‘activities before moving into an extended writing paragraph that students are to then Peer Assess.
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The Path to WW2

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This series of lessons covers the period between the wars, from the aftermath of World War 1 to the rise in tensions that led to WW2
Lesson Planning TemplateQuick View
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Lesson Planning Template

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This is a quick little template used for creating slideshows for lessons - they are very useful as they are colour coded, the more you use them the more the students learn what they should be doing at each colour - They also know how far into each lesson they are. These are useful for lessons in which the students do more - activity based lessons as opposed to High Content, note taking ‘Chalk and Talk’ lessons. I find them most useful for KS3.
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Baseline Test - Geography

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This is used for year 7's when they start at a high school - used only to dicate teaching - find out what they do and don't know Of course, it could also be great for a geography cover lesson