Lesson where students explore persuasive techniques used in a water aid advert. Which can be found here:
Students then create their own advert for this cause.
Good Section A and B preparation for non-fiction exam (AQA)
William Shakespeare and life in the 1500-1600's. <br />
Activities and creative writing tasks included. <br />
It includes where William Shakespeare was born, his married life, plays he wrote, the globe theatre, London in 1588 and bear baiting. <br />
A lesson I have put together for a high ability Year 7 class which challenges them to interpret Act 1 Scene 5 and independently annotate it in a fun and challenging way. This could easily be used with higher year groups.
This really useful resource enables students to apply classic tragic structure to any Shakespeare tragedy.<br />
The worksheet helps students to apply audience effect to the events in any Shakespeare Tragedy. It is a great starting point for students to begin their analysis of structure and its effect on character, theme and audience response.<br />
The resource has a chart to record major events and apply tragic structure and audience responses as they read the play.<br />
This followed with an analytical table to develop their analysis further. Perfect to help them answer tricky structure questions in Literature exams.<br />
Their is an exemplar analysis of Romeo and Juliet to help give students some ideas and prompts on how to analyse structure.<br />
This resource is ideal for KS3, KS4 and KS5 students.