This is one of several powerpoint lessons that I have uploaded on Macbeth, ready to teach with it's resources. Although, you will wish to adapt and differentiate for your own class. They can be taught together to reach an assessment outcome but all are suitable as standalone exploratory lessons. This one covers how Lady Macbeth persuades her husband and has been differentaited in task and outcome for level 3 and 4 readers.
This presentation contains a full lesson with starter and plenary.
Starter involves pupils listening to two pieces and colouring and drawing - leads to a discussion of the differences between impressionism and expressionism.
Examples are given.
Serialism is included with a description of how to fill in a serialism matrix.
The matrix worksheet is provided. Some parts of filling in the matrix may need to be scaffolded by a teacher.
Informative lesson material.
These fact sheets are for the main political parties standing for election in England. They show the main leaders, manifesto promises, logo and facts on each party. These can be used in conjunction with the excellent '60 second' party introductions made by BBC news round. http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/32253101We are holding a mini-election and these fact sheets give basic information to students who have NO knowledge of the political parties. They are colourful and basic.