*Do NOT buy this resource if you purchased the previous Macbeth resource. This is an updated, adapted version.*
This is a 26 slide resource which should be printed, laminated and used as either single task, pair or group work when studying Shakespeare's Macbeth. It has been designed with second language learners in mind- from Year 8-10, students who are studying English in the mainstream curriculum but who may sit the IGCSE English as a Second Language. It is however, suitable for first language speakers also, perhaps at core level or in Years 7-9 rather than Years 10/11.
It is, if you like, a 'pre-IG' resource. It certainly won't get your students an 'A' or a 'B' but they may enjoy the activities!
Get your hubble bubble on.......
Ideal for new teachers, teachers seeking some concise guidance, and students alike. This aims to walk you through the course.
-An overview of when key assessment points fall.
-Full curriculum maps for teaching over two years.
-Writing frames to guide students throughout their controlled assessment.
-Student friendly and clear specifics of each units contents and expectations.
This GCSE English study pack contains 20 pages with :
Synopsis- overview of Venice of the day
Shakespearisms- phrases we get from Shakespeare
Match the character with the description
15 question quiz
Character study templates – Antonio, Shylock, Portia
Two notable speeches- analysis and questions to make you think.
Staging the play- questions and plans
Make a poster template
This resource looks at Shakespeare's sonnets and features numbers 18 and 130. Ideal for GCSE English Literature. It contains:
Pre reading Questions Bio
What is a sonnet- structure?
Two sonnets (18 / 130 ) and translations
Parodies- examples and how to write one templates
Two questions for analysis