I love creating resources and spend far too much time doing it. Currently teaching mostly A-level English Literature, but there are a range of free and paid resources for all ages. I believe in challenging students with a range of ambitious material, but also believe that this needs to be underpinned by explicit direction on HOW students can develop their ideas in written form. Write better... think better... think better...write better... and so on.
Two resources - not really connected!
First one is a checklist of conversation techniques (eg turn taking/ adjacency pairs), which you can use to analyze the Lady M and Macbeth scenes pre the murder of Duncan. Gets them thinking about the language of power, as well as the nature of spoken language.
Resource two is a decision tree for students to fill in, exploring all the possibilities and consequences facing Macbeth at the end of Act 1.
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