This resource is fabulous - thank you. I am supporting a home-schooled student through this unit, so this is an excellent time saver and valuable guide. We appreciated the wider reading suggestions in particular. Much appreciated.
Used to familiarise students with the band criteria for the exam component of Spec A. How to use:
KEY WORDS & PICTURES (PP): Photocopy back to back and cut out, ensuring the corresponding images and key words are on either side of a card. In groups, students identify the key words for each corresponding image.
REVERSE PLANNING AND ANALYSIS (Word doc): Students‘reverse plan’ a response: looking at how the response was structured. Then, they go through the response thoroughly, finding, highlighting and labelling key elements of a good response.
100 Book Projects and Activities you can have your students do to accompany the books they have read and to foster a love of reading. A list of ideas to get you started on having a fun year sharing about fiction and nonfiction books.
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A great resource for engaging students with difficult literary techniques using Disney films as examples. I have found that these have worked incredibly well, especially with low ability students, in order to help them understand what each technique means and how it is used.
I have used these resources with both Key Stage Three and Four, and have found them particularly helpful with GCSE low ability.
The techniques explained are as follows:
- Dramatic irony
- Breaking the fourth wall
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