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An Inspector Calls

**TES AWARD NOMINATED** - 17 hours worth of fully differentiated lessons (powerpoints, worksheets and exam practice / prep) + a GCSE revision guide. A bundle of very highly rated lessons, projects and revision sessions for the study of An Inspector Calls. It basically covers everything you need to teach 'An Inspector Calls' and get successful results (I do). If you think there's anything missing, let me know and I'll make it and send it over to you for free. Hope you find this useful, as a Head of English I have given this to my whole department to use and they are very pleased about how much time they've saved. Leave a review and choose any other Lead_Practitioner lesson for free :)
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An Inspector Calls

A 308 slide (over 20 lessons) SOW covering the whole of 'An Inspector Calls'. Has diffferentiated questioning linked to the AQA AOs and exemplar responses. The first section of the SOW cover aspects of character, form and theme and at the end there are revision lessons.
An Inspector Calls Huge Bundle!Quick View

An Inspector Calls Huge Bundle!

THIS HUGE BUNDLE PACK CONTAINS ALL OF ThE 'AN INSPECTOR CALLS LESSONS, IN ADDITION TO THE COMPREHENSION BOOKLET, THE KNOWLEDGE ORGANISER, AND THE POINTLESS GAME! This engaging, varied, and informative scheme of learning is designed to help students gain a valuable understanding of J.B Priestley's classic play 'An Inspector Calls.' The lessons enable students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the key features of plot, character, context, and language, in addition to considering the key messages being offered by Priestley. All of the resources that you need are included in the bundle: informative and engaging whole lesson PowerPoints, worksheets, activities, and lesson plans. The bundle is made up of a wide-range of interesting and exciting lessons, including: - The Context of the Play; - Arthur Birling; - Priestley's Dramatic Devices; - Sheila and Gerald; - Sybil and Eric Birling Double Lesson; - Inspector Goole (Priestley's message) - The An Inspector Calls Pointless Game. - The An Inspector Calls Comprehension Activity Booklet. Stimulating, visual, and easily adaptable, these lessons provide suggested learning objectives and outcomes for students of a wide-range of abilities - The vast majority of tasks are differentiated to allow for different abilities and needs in your classroom. Each lesson loosely follows this logical learning journey to ensure that students learn in bite-size steps: - Engaging - Defining/ Understanding - Identifying/Remembering - Analysing/ Creating - Peer or self evaluating. All of the lessons are interactive, employ a variety of different teaching and learning methods and styles, and are visually-engaging.
An Inspector CallsQuick View

An Inspector Calls

Mini bundle - Tes Award Nominated, 10 hours worth of lessons, GCSE revision guide and Exam with prep and markscheme. This bundle covers all the themes, context, history, everything you need to teach the unit. You'll still need a copy of the book though! These resources were nominated for a 2017 Tes Awards. A bundle of very highly rated lessons, projects and revision sessions for the study of An Inspector Calls.
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An Inspector Calls Exam Questions AQA

This superb resource contains THIRTY sample exam questions for revising THEMES (12), CHARACTERS (12) and TECHNIQUES (6) of ‘An Inspector Calls’. These questions have been carefully designed to reflect the exact format and demands of the new AQA GCSE English Literature exam paper. Also included is concise information on the AOs and Mark Scheme. Please check out my range of ‘An Inspector Calls’ resources: AQA 12 Sample Questions on Themes AQA 12 Sample Questions on Characters AQA 6 Sample Questions on Techniques Edexcel 15 Sample Questions on Themes Edexcel 15 Sample Questions on Characters Edexcel 30 Sample Questions on Themes and Characters These exam questions can be used both as class activities and as homework. They are also ideal for practice tests in the run-up to the exams. I hope these are helpful for you and instructive for your students – as always, I’d be delighted to hear any feedback you may have. I will be adding lots more GCSE revision resources to my shop so please check back regularly!
An Inspector Calls - Gerald CroftQuick View

An Inspector Calls - Gerald Croft

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that focuses on Gerald and Sheila's conversation before he is interviewed by the Inspector and his reaction during his interview. Ideal preparation for KS3 and KS4 students preparing for their AQA GCSE English Literature exams.
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An Inspector Calls - Sheila Birling

An Inspector Calls - Sheila Birling. A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that looks at Sheila Birling and her interview with the Inspector - focussing on the theme of responsibility. Ideal preparation for KS3 and KS4 students preparing for English Literature GCSEs.
An Inspector Calls Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!Quick View

An Inspector Calls Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

This detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students learning or revising J.B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls.' It contains comprehensive sections on: - Context; - Scene by Scene Summary (with quotes); - Main Characters; - Themes; - Priestley's Dramatic Devices; - Features of Form. Key words and ideas are underlined for easy reference. The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
An Inspector Calls - Quotes and ThemesQuick View

An Inspector Calls - Quotes and Themes

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson for students that focuses on key quotes and themes from JB Priestley's An Inspector Calls. Ideal exam and assessment preparation for a closed book exam.
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An Inspector Calls: The Context of the Play

These interesting and engaging resources enable students to build their understanding of the context of J.B. Priestley’s play ‘An Inspector Calls.’ In particular, students learn how to make clear and appropriate links between the social and historical context and the play itself. This gives students a really stable knowledge-base from which to make inferences and interpretations about other parts of the play. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards differentiated learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Recall the main events that occurred between 1912 and 1945, through an interactive group activity; - Remember some key information about J.B Priestley and his beliefs; - Read and understand the opening of the play; - Make links between the opening of the play and the historical context - both in term of when the play was set, and when it was written; - Analyse how Priestley links historical context to his characters, in order to get his messages across to the audience; -Peer/self-assess learning attempts. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - A clear and interesting worksheet for the development task; - The opening of the text for students to read and interpret; - Context information cards for the card-sorting game; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint.
An Inspector Calls Revision PackQuick View

An Inspector Calls Revision Pack

A variety of lessons, activities and tasks designed to support KS4 students in their revision of An Inspector Calls. Perfect for those who thrive on independent tasks as well as teacher lead activities. Also, check out my Kahoot Quiz here ideal for a homoginous revision of literature content for AQA
An Inspector Calls Revision BookletQuick View

An Inspector Calls Revision Booklet

This is a 32 page revision booklet which contains information on context, spider diagrams for each character, key quotes, activities on themes and practice questions.
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An Inspector Calls

Classroom Resources are offering a free abridged version of this set text to TES subscribers! Quite often the content of the curriculum can be intractable for pupils with special needs or EAL pupils. This text has been effectively differentiated so that it can be understood by pupils who may find the original version difficult. At the end of each section there is a series of stimulating exercises designed to enhance language acquisition.
Classroom Resources
Beat the Inspector: Revising An Inspector CallsQuick View

Beat the Inspector: Revising An Inspector Calls

A powerpoint quiz to revise ‘An Inspector Calls’ by JB Priestly - each Act has a series of questions from simple recall to more analytical ones. The teacher can decide whether an answer is right or not to allow for differentiation - click a smiley to move on to the next question or skull and crossbones to view a comment from the Inspector from the relevant act, you then return to the question.
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The Doctor’s Case by Stephen King Assignment

"The Doctor’s Case” is a short story written by author Stephen King for the 1993 short story collection Nightmares & Dreamscapes. This story is King's foray into Sherlockiana, a non-canonical Sherlock Holmes story, using Arthur Conan Doyle's characters. Like his story Crouch End, inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, The Doctor's Case is an example of a pastiche. Dr. Watson narrates a heretofore unreleased case in which he and Holmes are called by Inspector Lestrade on an unexpectedly rainy day to investigate the murder of the sadistic Lord Hull. Each member of Hull's family - his wife and three sons - has reason to murder him; his wife and bowlegged son suffered from constant abuse, while another son was doomed to never receive more than a pittance, due to his placement in the family line. Furthermore, Hull's family endured his treatment in the hopes that he would leave them with his considerable wealth; however, they had recently learned that Hull had rewritten his will so that none of them received a thing. Despite these motives, the family have effectively given each other alibis and the murder itself is effectively a locked room mystery; there's no place in Hull's study for anyone to hide without being seen, and all the doors and windows were locked by the lord himself. (Wikipedia) This is teaching materials for a short story that would be considered untraditional. The assessments included vocabulary acquisition, critical thinking questions, and recall or comprehension questions on one sheet. These questions come in the forms of a mixture of matching, short answer, and multiple-choice. By completing this sheet the student will demonstrate an understanding of the material on multiple levels. The other assessment is a creative art sheet. The creative art sheet asks the student to use the details from the story and their own knowledge, experiences, and imagination to synthesize a totally new work, this is a picture that is a visual representation that recreates of a scene, character or maybe the student's use or view of an aspect of the story. Along with this picture the student will explain their work with a short explanation. The materials provided 1 Short story worksheet 1 Creative Art Sheet 1 Answer Key