This lesson plan uses a mix of scaffolding and SOLO taxonomy methods to support an essay on Macbeth. It starts with the wider question then works back to help pupils identify how best to approach the question, ensuring points are tightly linked to the question and avoiding repetitive structures.
I have used with both my year 10 and 11 classes with great success!
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This is a really excellent resource for pupils! It gets them to think about the essay question in detail and break down the various planning stages one by one so that they understand how to structure their response. The peer feedback at the end is also very effective. So helpful for my students - I think we’ve finally cracked essay writing. Thank you!
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