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.
A complete, fully resourced waves lesson covering:<br />
1.Constructive and Destructive Waves<br />
2. Swash and Backwash<br />
3. Fetch<br />
Suitable for studying coasts at both KS3 and KS4.<br />
These 3 lessons are unique in terms of careers prep for KS3-4 - they focus on pupils exploring their values and motivation with the aim of guiding them to realisation about what sorts of careers will suit their personality.
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.<br /><br /> http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/32253101<br /><br />We 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.
A full scheme of work for Berlie Doherty's script 'Street Child'. Suitable for a mid-high ability year 7 or 8 group. The scheme has a speaking and listening assessment in the form of a monologue. All resources included.
A set of 3 exemplar essays for the play 'As You Like It' by William Shakespeare. These essays were all written by the same student, and marked by an experienced English teacher with 40 years experience who has marked for the exam board many times. Each essay scored the highest band and marks of 38 out of 40, showing an excellent example of covering the Assessment Objectives and writing fluently. The contents look specifically at aspects of the text which deal with the pastoral genre of literature, including nature, love, and the power of place. <br />
Please note the texts used and marking criteria are specific to the AQA A-Level English Literature course, but the essay writing format and application of knowledge to the texts are an all-round example of good practice.
2 exemplar essays for the pastoral genre, covering pastoral poems written in the 1300-1800 era and post-1945 poems, along with Shakespeare's 'As You Like It' and Thomas Hardy's 'Tess of the d'Urbervilles'. These essays were all written by the same student, and marked by an English teacher with 40 years teaching experience and who has marked for the exam board many times. Each essay scored the highest band and marks of between 38-40 out of 40, showing an excellent example of covering the Assessment Objectives and writing fluently. <br />
Please note the texts used and marking criteria are specific to the AQA A-Level English Literature course, as part of the Section B practice for the exam, but the essay writing format and application of knowledge to the texts are an all-round example of good practice.
A successful and engaging KS3 5 week scheme.<br />
The resource includes 13 lessons on powerpoint as well as the SoL which outlines extended writing tasks for each week. There are differentiated activities as well as plenty of activities to support students developing their analysis.