I am Head of English at a 'Good' Secondary Academy in England. I also work for examination bodies and understand the requirements of the new mark schemes; many of my resources feed into the mark schemes to ensure students understand the requirements for the new and challenging examinations. My resources have all been used to teach my own classes and are designed to provide maximum progress.
A lesson that analyses language in the balcony scene of Romeo and Juliet. Features a starter based on iambic pentameter, key quotations with example analysis (using subject terminology), a practice GCSE style question with accompanying sample answer for students to level and grade. A post-it note plenary finishes the lesson off. This ready to use lesson has been graded 'Outstanding' during a recent Ofsted Inspection.