As a teacher with a very mixed timetable, I appreciate how useful it is to have tried and tested resources to enhance day-to-day teaching.
I have selected some of my key resources which have proved invaluable in GCSE Film Studies, GCSE English Language, GCSE English Literature and whole school Literacy. I hope you find them useful and, if you do, please give me some feedback in the review tab.
A colourful board game for the GCSE English Literature text, Romeo and Juliet. 2-4 players. If a player lands on a question square (and there are plenty of them) they have to give a correct answer or miss a turn. Questions are based on events, characters, quotations and themes. I created the game for my middle set Year 11s but it has also entertained and tested Year 9s and 10s of all abilities. Includes a game board, 40 question cards, playing pieces and the answers. Prints out to A3 (on print menu tick the box “choose paper source by pdf page size”).