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Gothic Fiction

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Gothic Horror lessons that cover setting, characters, plot devices, genre conventions and more. A complete unit that can be used for KS3 students or that can be adapted for GCSE texts like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Check out our English Shop for loads more free and inexpensive KS3, KS4, KS5, Literacy and whole school resources. AQA English Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 Knowledge Organisers AQA English Language Paper 1 Section A package AQA English Language Paper 1 Sections A and B package AQA English Language Paper 1 package AQA English Language Paper 2 Question 5 package AQA English Language Paper 1 Question 5 package AQA English Language Paper 2 Section A package AQA English Language and English Literature revision package An Inspector Calls whole scheme package An Inspector Calls revision package Macbeth whole scheme package Macbeth revision package A Christmas Carol whole scheme package A Christmas Carol revision package Jekyll and Hyde whole scheme package Jekyll and Hyde revision package Romeo and Juliet whole scheme package Power and Conflict poetry comparing poems package Power and Conflict poetry whole scheme package Love and Relationships poetry whole scheme package Unseen Poetry whole scheme package
Gothic fiction: The Woman in BlackQuick View
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Gothic fiction: The Woman in Black

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A fully-fleshed resource, which has activities designed for analysis of two extracts from The Woman in Black. There is an activity which looks at Ann Radcliffe’s definitions of horror and terror. Included is an extended writing question and writing frame. I have also added a creative writing task with a model response, plus a re-drafted model which could be used to illustrate the importance of making conscious choices as an author. I use the resource with very able year 8 classes, but it would be suitable for key stage 3 and 4 students alike. 15 slides in length and enough material for up to two lessons. Lesson has been updated with working links (September 2019).
Dystopian Fiction Scheme of WorkQuick View
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Dystopian Fiction Scheme of Work

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Scheme of work of around 17 fully resourced lesson exploring Dystopian Fiction- ending with a final assessment with students writing their own piece of original Dystopian fiction. Scheme of work covers: Language Analysis Genre Analysis Word Class Identification Creative/Imaginative Writing Exploration of existing dystopian writing and film builds up to a final piece of original creative writing at the end of the scheme of work.
Year 7 Dystopian Fiction UnitQuick View
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Year 7 Dystopian Fiction Unit

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A whole scheme of work of KS3 teaching of a variety of dystopian fiction texts. Some of the larger texts are missing from the resources, for copyright purposes, but are readily available elsewhere. All lessons are aimed at levels 5, 6 and 7 reading skills.
Identifying Features of Non-Fiction TextsQuick View
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Identifying Features of Non-Fiction Texts

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After you’ve looked at non-fiction text features, see if your students can identify examples of the text features independently. Grab an appropriate level non-fiction text and get started! Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Non-Fiction WritingQuick View
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Non-Fiction Writing

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English non-fiction writing introduction lesson that explores purpose, audience, text types or forms, language and structure as students recap previous learning on non-fiction texts from previous years and use their new learning to evaluate purpose, audience and key features within an article on tattoos and perspectives around them. Useful for KS3 students, particular Year 8 or Year 9, as well as GCSE English Language students preparing for Language Paper 2. Includes differentiated activities, engaging worksheets, modelled examples, extensive teacher and student notes and more. Check out our English Shop for loads more free and inexpensive KS3, KS4, KS5, Literacy and whole school resources. **This lesson forms part of our KS3 Complete Pack. ** AQA English Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 Knowledge Organisers AQA English Language Paper 1 Section A package AQA English Language Paper 1 Sections A and B package AQA English Language Paper 1 package AQA English Language Paper 2 Question 5 package AQA English Language Paper 1 Question 5 package AQA English Language Paper 2 Section A package AQA English Language and English Literature revision package An Inspector Calls whole scheme package An Inspector Calls revision package Macbeth whole scheme package Macbeth revision package A Christmas Carol whole scheme package A Christmas Carol revision package Jekyll and Hyde whole scheme package Jekyll and Hyde revision package Romeo and Juliet whole scheme package Power and Conflict poetry comparing poems package Power and Conflict poetry whole scheme package Love and Relationships poetry whole scheme package Unseen Poetry whole scheme package
Non-Fiction - Theme ParksQuick View
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Non-Fiction - Theme Parks

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10 lessons based on the topic of theme parks. This results in a persuasive speech writing assessment based on the Alton Towers ‘Smiler’ incident. It covers persuasive features, bias, and description.
Writing a Non-Fiction Discussion TextQuick View
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Writing a Non-Fiction Discussion Text

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This is a collection of editable resources and templates I created and used for Year 3 for a ‘Non-Fiction Discussion Text’ unit. Although I created it for Year 3, it can be easily adapted for other year groups. Includes worksheets/templates or learning objective sheets for each stage of the writing process: Model Text Learning the text Creating and performing actions Boxing up template Vocabulary worksheet Conjunctions worksheet Modal Verbs worksheet Shared/Guided write sheet Cold task sheet Hot task sheet etc. Brief lesson plans for 11 sessions All resources are fully editable.
Introduction to the Detective Fiction GenreQuick View
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Introduction to the Detective Fiction Genre

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This lesson introduces KS3 students to the conventions of the Detective Genre using short film clips and a fun game. This works really well as either the first lesson of a topic on this genre or as a transition day activity as the students will enjoy the lesson and be left feeling that studying English is not always reading and writing.
KS3 Non-Fiction Writing Scheme of WorkQuick View
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KS3 Non-Fiction Writing Scheme of Work

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KS3 Non-Fiction Writing Scheme of Work This PowerPoint contains twenty one-hour lessons (233 slides) that focus on nonfiction writing skills, and is aimed at Key Stage Three. There are a wide range of tasks (lessons listed below) that focus on building the key skills of nonfiction writing: planning, language and structure methods, accurate punctuation, vocabulary and proofreading. There are practice questions, original non-fiction model responses, extension tasks, punctuation activities, and a whole bunch more! I have also included a second PowerPoint that can be printed as a resource booklet for students. This will save you time in printing and slicing (and will also save you a fortune on glue sticks!). Additionally, there are weekly homework tasks. And three printable sheets that can be used as KS3 nonfiction cover work if you are in a pinch. The premise is that students would gather information about a particular non- fiction topic by watching a documentary. They would then learn about the form of the text and plan their responses thoroughly. They would then learn a new skill and use this to complete some extended writing, before proofreading and editing their work. As a result, for some texts, they will be planning and writing over multiple lessons to really give them the chance to develop and hone their non-fiction writing skills. Please Note: The longer documentaries are available on Netflix; however, I have also provided alternatives on YouTube for teachers that do not have access to a Netflix account. Areas covered: Lesson 1: Baseline assessment on tackling climate change Lesson 2: Editing letters on education Lesson 3: Exciting introductions on filters Lesson 4: Writing leaflets on homelessness Lesson 5: Watching the world water crisis documentary Lesson 6: Planning, introductions and speech features Lesson 7: Writing a speech on the world water crisis Lesson 8: Headlines and newspaper features Lesson 9: Watching the fast food documentary Lesson 10: Discourse markers and planning articles Lesson 11: Writing an article on fast food Lesson 12: Midterm assessment on fast fashion Lesson 13: Watching the gender pay gap documentary Lesson 14: Structural features and letter planning Lesson 15: Writing a letter on the gender pay gap Lesson 16: Midterm assessment feedback Lesson 17: Watching the plastics documentary Lesson 18: Persuasive methods and planning texts Lesson 19: Writing the KS3 non-fiction writing end of unit assessment Lesson 20: Writing leaflets on our planet Extra: Three cover lessons Both the scheme and the resource booklet and provided in PPT and PDF formats. My GCSE Paper Two: Section B scheme of work can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-11873033 Please check out my other resources. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Non Fiction Reading comprehension (Bundle 1)Quick View
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Non Fiction Reading comprehension (Bundle 1)

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4 non fiction articles with reading comprehension questions and an extended writing task linked to the issue. Perfect for cover work or homework. Suitable for KS3 and KS4. Please do leave a review if you find these resources helpful
KS3 Creative Writing Dystopian FictionQuick View
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KS3 Creative Writing Dystopian Fiction

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I initially designed this scheme (of up to eight lessons) for a very low ability group of students who were, as reluctant writers, worried about their writing assessment. The assessment is placed across the first few slides, but you could skip it. It is heavily scaffolded, with accompanying planning and assessment sheet fir the assessment and some worksheets. The scheme then teaches punctuation and grammar, with starters assessing current learning and short writing activities designed to demonstrate progress. After students have mastered this, they move on to exploring how to use simile and metaphor. You will need a DVD copy of War of the Worlds and Hunger Games for the first few lessons.
Science FictionQuick View
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Science Fiction

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TWENTY fully differentiated and resourced lessons that prepare KS3 students for AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1 by looking at a range of science fiction extracts. Includes differentiated lessons on both reading and writing skills, including descriptive and narrative writing. All lessons recently revamped and expanded. Includes: Science Fiction Dystopia Introduction Creating Empathy Figurative Language The War of the Worlds and Foreboding Recapping Language Techniques The War of the Worlds Language Analysis Science Fiction Characters Creating Settings Openings to Texts Narrative Perspectives - Frankenstein Time Travel and Descriptive Writing Speech Punctuation Science Fiction Endings Structure Critical Evaluation (Q4) Vocabulary Punctuation and Grammar Assessment prep Escape room Six week scheme of work document
Creative Writing : Flash FictionQuick View
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Creative Writing : Flash Fiction

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Creative Writing / Flash Fiction - Writing 100-word stories Firstly, students explore a six-word story (Hemingway) to create a narrative. They then look at two sample 100 word stories, analysing the use of language/structure to create meaning through questions/FLASH marking/annotation. Following this, they use one of the images provided to plan their vocabulary/techniques to help them with writing their own stories. FLASH codes are provided for students for feedback/improvement. Sentence starters are provided. Finally, students peer assess their work and then edit accordingly. This Unit of Work could easily stretch over 2/3 lessons.
Paragraphs 2 fiction / story writingQuick View
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Paragraphs 2 fiction / story writing

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An introductory ppt explains what paragraphs are. A further ppt explains how we use them in fiction / story writing. There are several activities including deciding why a new paragraph is needed. Children then have to sort a description of a ghostly house into two paragraphs. They use this as a story opening and continue the story, starting a new paragraph when appropriate. The activities on the ppt are also provided as worksheets, as well as an easier version. Fully editable. Feedback and suggestions welcomed! For further resources see - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Jazel
Non-fiction TravelQuick View
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Non-fiction Travel

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A full SOW for writing - uses some specific texts, though these are easily changed.
Non fiction Dinosaur ComprehensionQuick View
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Non fiction Dinosaur Comprehension

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Non Fiction text about Dinosaurs with questions used for comprehension homework. Please rate and review, any feedback or suggestions for improvement would be most appreciated too! :) For further comprehension texts please view and review my other resources :)