Designed for mixed classes of PMLD/ SLD/ MLD KS3 KS4 and KS5 classes as a sensory story to enable them to access Shakespeare's Macbeth as part of a super learning event.\nYou will probably need to add your own music/ sound effects. and will need to collect your own sensory objects etc. You may want to change some of the images ( taken from the Roman Ploanski version of the film) if using with KS1 as they could be a bit too authentic!
Lesson where students explore persuasive techniques used in a water aid advert. Which can be found here:
Students then create their own advert for this cause.
Good Section A and B preparation for non-fiction exam (AQA)
Please find enclosed within this download the following resources:
A fully interactive and animated PowerPoint that shows how turn just regular dialogue into a play script with engaging stage directions, actions and emotions.
In addition to this, the PowerPoint includes a learning objective, differentiated success criteria and a count-down timer so children can see how much longer they have left in the lesson. The PowerPoint also has a starter activity (adverbial openers) to settle down the class as they start the lesson and get their 'english heads' on.
Finally, included within the resource is an extension activity and a help sheet for children who, after the presentation, are still unsure as to how to include stage directions.
As always, I have used every resource I sell with my own classes (both past and present) to ensure they are correctly pitched and can be used successfully to aid children in their learning.
An updated entire terms lesson plans. 31 lessons planned and prepared. Links to scheme of work already uploaded. Resources available with scheme of work, and many are already within the PowerPoint. Included in this download are the three poems listed to be studied alongside the play.
This Antigone unit includes 215 PPT slides, 158 printable pages, and over 50 different engaging common core activities. For a close look at the Antigone activities, view the preview. This detailed Antigone unit facilitates a deep analysis of the play within the following categories:
1) Introduction to the Origins of Greek Tragedy
2) Preview of the Oedipus Myth
3) Indirect Characterization and Foil Characters
4) Analysis of the Stages/Traits of a Tragic Hero
5) Analysis of Rhetorical Persuasive Appeals
6) Common Core civil disobedience compare and contrast writing activities
7) Analysis of metaphors, analogies, and figurative language
8) Symbolism and Cause and Effect mapping
9) Analysis of Parodos, Odes, and Paen
10) Analysis of allusions to Greek Mythology
11) Final Unit Test (matching, true/false, multiple choice, fill in the blank, short answer)
12) Summative Writing Performance Task
Each lesson plan includes:
Student Worksheets and Exercises
Analytical Writing Tasks
Teacher Answers and Resources
Total Pages 215 slides 158 pages
Whole lesson PowerPoint presentations with relevant worksheets focusing on Act 2 of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'. Particular emphasis on themes and how they are represented through language and dramatic techniques, building towards PEEEL analytical paragraph writing.