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Most resources I develop are geared towards GCSE 2016-18 (AQA and Edexcel) curriculum and are practical solutions to classroom teaching. I keep most of these black and white for simple/cost-effective print. I read each novel/play/poem and break down into manageable parts. I find this most effective within classrooms where students require chunks of information they can order, in sequence. The 'study-packs' I create can apply to any book/play/poem and provide visual tools for memory recall.

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A two-page resource analysing three student responses to Heart of Darkness (1902) by Joseph Conrad – later developed as ‘Apocalypse Now’, a film (1979) and a documentary ‘Hearts of Darkness’ (1991) by the Director Francis Ford Coppola.

The student is asked to read the extract and respond in their own way to identifying language features, incorporating connectives within their own draft(s).


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