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English Language, Paper 2 Lessons: Reading Section

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A collection of AQA English Language Paper 2 lessons, with 4 hours of content; each lesson prepares pupils to develop their knowledge in English Language, enabling them to excel in GCSE English Language, Paper 2: Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives (Section A). Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher, specialist in English Language. Lessons include the following: Section A exam practice questions and answers for Q1-4 based on an AQA past paper and texts from the 19th-21st Century. Success Criteria on how to produce top-quality answers. Model examples of answers for Q1-4. Please note, the extracts are not included; the extracts will need to be sourced for the lesson.
English Language, Paper 2 LessonsQuick View
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English Language, Paper 2 Lessons

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A collection of AQA English Language Paper 2 lessons, with 20 hours of content; each lesson prepares pupils to develop their knowledge in English Language, enabling them to excel in GCSE English Language, Paper 2: Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives (Section A). Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher, specialist in English Language. Lessons include the following: AQA English Language Paper 2 Introduction for Teachers and Students. Over ten non-fiction extracts from 19th-21st Century. Section A exam practice questions and answers for Q1-4. Success Criteria on how to produce top-quality answers. Model examples of answers for Q1-4.
English Language Paper 2 Lessons: Reading SectionQuick View
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English Language Paper 2 Lessons: Reading Section

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Each AQA English Language lesson develops pupils knowledge of English Language, enabling them to excel in GCSE English Language, Paper 2: Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives (Section A). Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher, specialist in English Language. Lessons include the following: Over ten non-fiction extracts from 19th-21st Century. Section A exam practice questions and answers for Q1, Q2 and Q4. Success Criteria on how to produce top-quality answers. Model examples of answers for Q1, Q2 and Q4.
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Great Expectations Lessons

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A collection of AQA English Literature Paper 1 lessons; each lesson prepares pupils so they can excel in GCSE English Literature, Paper 1: Shakespeare and the 19th-century novel. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher and AQA Examiner for English Literature.
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Outstanding Lessons on English Language, Paper 2.

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An collection of introductory lessons on English Language Paper 2, with 4 hours of content; each lesson develops pupils’ knowledge in English Language, enabling them to excel in GCSE English Language, Paper 2: Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives (Section A). Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher, specialist in English Language. Lessons include the following: AQA English Language Paper 2 Introduction for Teachers and Students. Non-fiction extracts from 19th-21st Century. Section A exam practice questions and answers for Q1, Q4 and Q3. Success Criteria on how to produce top-quality answers. Model examples of answers.
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SPAG Lessons: English Language Skills

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A collection of AQA English Language Skills that focus on ‘technical accuracy’ for Question 5s in English Language Paper 1 and 2. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher, specialist in English Language.
English Literature Paper 2 Revision ResourcesQuick View
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English Literature Paper 2 Revision Resources

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A collection of AQA English Literature Paper 2 lessons; each lesson prepares pupils to develop their knowledge in English Literature, enabling them to excel in GCSE English Literature, Paper 2: Modern texts and poetry. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher and AQA Examiner for English Literature.
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The Tempest Lessons

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A collection of oustanding lessons on The Tempest, focused on analysing character development, themes and Shakespeare’s intentions. Each lesson prepares pupils to develop their knowledge in English Literature. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher and AQA Examiner for English Literature.
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The Tempest: Act 4

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A collection of outstanding lessons on Act 4 in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’. Each lesson develops pupils’ knowledge of character development, themes and societal ideas throughout the play and Jacobean era. Perfect for lessons and revision, the materials boost pupils’ independence to critically engage with plays. The skills prepare pupils to excel in GCSE English Literature. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher and AQA Examiner for English Literature.
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The Tempest: Act 2

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A collection of outstanding lessons on Act 2 in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’. Each lesson develops pupils’ knowledge of character development, themes and societal ideas throughout the play and Jacobean era. Perfect for lessons and revision, the materials boost pupils’ independence to critically engage with plays. The skills prepare pupils to excel in GCSE English Literature. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher and AQA Examiner for English Literature.
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The Tempest: Act 3

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A collection of outstanding lessons on Act 3 in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’. Each lesson develops pupils’ knowledge of character development, themes and societal ideas throughout the play and Jacobean era. Perfect for lessons and revision, the materials boost pupils’ independence to critically engage with plays. The skills prepare pupils to excel in GCSE English Literature. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher and AQA Examiner for English Literature.
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The Tempest: Act 5

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A collection of outstanding lessons on Act 5 in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’. Each lesson develops pupils’ knowledge of character development, themes and societal ideas throughout the play and Jacobean era. Perfect for lessons and revision, the materials boost pupils’ independence to critically engage with plays. The skills prepare pupils to excel in GCSE English Literature. Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher and AQA Examiner for English Literature.
A Collection of English Language, Paper 2 LessonsQuick View
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A Collection of English Language, Paper 2 Lessons

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A collection of AQA English Language Paper 2 lessons, with 20 hours of content; each lesson prepares pupils to develop their knowledge in English Language, enabling them to excel in GCSE English Language, Paper 2: Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives (Section A). Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher, specialist in English Language. Lessons include the following: AQA English Language Paper 2 Introduction for Teachers and Students. Over ten non-fiction extracts from 19th-21st Century. Section A exam practice questions and answers for Q1-4. Success Criteria on how to produce top-quality answers. Model examples of answers for Q1-4.
A Collection of English Language, Paper 1 LessonsQuick View
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A Collection of English Language, Paper 1 Lessons

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An AQA English Language Paper 1 pack with 20 hours of lessons; each lesson prepares pupils to develop their knowledge in English Language, enabling them to excel in GCSE English Language, Paper 1: Explorations in Creative Reading and Writing (Section A). Materials have been prepared by an Outstanding-rated English teacher, specialist in English Language. Lessons included: AQA English Language Paper 1 Introduction for Teachers and Students. Over ten extracts from 19th-21st Century. Section A exam practice questions and answers for Q1-4. Success Criteria on how to produce top-quality answers.
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GCSE English Language, Creating a Narrative Plot

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Targeted at KS3 and GCSE pupils for Question 5 of English Language Paper 1, this lesson educates pupils about how intriguing narrative plots can be developed through following a structure. To make this accessible, I have included an appropriate fiction text that allows pupils to see how narrrative plots are created in the real world. This lesson is suitable for revision, a lesson resource and homework, pupils can use this as a platform for their own creative writing.
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SPaG Resource Pack: English Language Skills

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An easy-to-use KS3 and KS4 revision pack, which helps pupils improve their spelling, punctuation and grammar skills. Compact with models and tasks, pupils can independently improve their skills and self-assess their own progress. While some tasks are sufficient for a whole lesson, homework and revision, other tasks can also be used as starter activities. The resource has been made by an AQA examiner and English Language specialist.
GCSE How to Write Descriptively: English Language, Paper 1Quick View
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GCSE How to Write Descriptively: English Language, Paper 1

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Targeted at KS3 and GCSE pupils for Question 5 of English Language Paper 1, this little resource reveals just how you can write intriguing descriptive texts with simple tricks. A model description of an image is given then broken down into bullet points that explain how writers can use language and structural devices to encapsulate readers. Suitable as revision, a lesson resource and homework, pupils can use this as a platform for their own creative writing.
Poetry through the Ages Resource PackQuick View
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Poetry through the Ages Resource Pack

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A comprehensive resource pack for KS3-4 pupils that provides pupils with relevant poems and differentiated (AO1, AO2 and AO3) questions that help them analyse how power and gender are presented across poems. The pack also includes a model answer for a poetry exam, the AQA assessment criteria, writing scaffolds and a vocabulary bank for sophisticated vocabulary. of the assessment
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Oliver Twist

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Accessible to mixed ability Year 7 and 8 pupils, this insightful resource engages pupils to explore symbolism and how Dickens uses clothes in order to symbolise Oliver's deprived state in Oliver Twist. This resource provides an exhilarating insight with room for adaptation.
Julius Caesar: DiscussionsQuick View
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Julius Caesar: Discussions

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Targeted at Year 8 groups, this resource embeds a range of relevant extracts that reveal alternative portrayals of Julius Caesar. In reading each extract (either in groups, independently or as a class), pupils can independently select words and phrases that support their inferences about Julius Caesar throughout the plot. The resource stresses their AO1 skills of understanding and explaining the meanings in the text while also encouraging their AO2 skills of selectively analysing the effect of language choices on characterisation.
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Julius Caesar: Debating the protagonist

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Targeted at mixed and high ability KS3 classes, this lesson provides a platform in which pupils explore the qualities of a protagonist and debate the extent to which Brutus or Caesar is the protagonist of Shakespeare's play. Their explorative discussions crucially heightens their critical analyses of the writer's intended social message and characterisation.