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The Seven ages of man- William Shakespeare

The Seven ages of man- William Shakespeare

I created this lesson during a topic titled "The history of the English Language". It explores language features used within the poem and exploration of key quotations. I have attached the poem as a blank copy for students to annotate and analyse. Included is a model answer, broken into a writing format for students to learn from and then have a go at responding themselves. This also includes a series of peer assessment questions for students to ask and respond to.
kirstygemmell2809
Fairy Tale Clip Art

Fairy Tale Clip Art

* Original Design * 300 dpi * Colour versions only in this pack * 36 high quality png images Images include: * Wizard * King – 5 versions* Fairy – 6 versions * Mushrooms – various colours 3 designs * Crown – gold and silver * Magic wand – gold and silver * Castle * Flowers 36 high quality colour clip art graphics for personal and commercial use. * They are in png. format for printing You will receive a .zip file containing everything. Please ensure you unzip/extract all items to use them. ©KatQatResources
KatQatresources
Love's Dog by Jen Hadfield (Relationship Poetry) FREE with SEPTEMBER-SAVER

Love's Dog by Jen Hadfield (Relationship Poetry) FREE with SEPTEMBER-SAVER

This powerpoint takes you through a step by step analysis of each stanza, the background to the title and a potential comparison with My Last Duchess through a wide range of oral, active, written and thought provoking ideas, questions and images. This is everything you would need to teach this poem. Other poems in this collection are also available in my TES shop as is a bundle including all poems in the collection at a discounted rate.
joannammarsh
Relationship Poetry: 1st Date -She, 1st Date - He by Wendy Cope

Relationship Poetry: 1st Date -She, 1st Date - He by Wendy Cope

This resource takes a step by step approach to considering language, form and structure in this text through engaging activities, music, video clips, group and individual tasks alongside supported and extension activities. This poem is part of a collection of poetry resources based on the Edexcel Relationships Collection and can be purchased individually or as part of a bundle through the link below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/relationships-poetry-bundle-11607210 If you want a personalised bundle created from the resources I have available please message me via twitter @jomarsh1.
joannammarsh
SHAKESPEAREAN SONNET: LESSON AND RESOURCES

SHAKESPEAREAN SONNET: LESSON AND RESOURCES

This resource covers the integral, surface and deep features of Shakespearean Sonnets. It contains full-on activities and assessments to cover the skills of literacy in an easy, structured, cover-your-bases system. It includes everything you need to get going with teaching sonnets in your classroom. Teachers can use this to enhance the language skills of the learners, especially the technique needed to analyze the Shakespearean sonnets and interpret looking for an overall meaning. Learning Objectives: • Define a sonnet and understand its structure. • Identify the vocabulary and figurative language used in sonnets. • Discover ideas and themes in the sonnets. • Explore characteristics of the sonnet form. • Analyze the text line by line and interpret looking for an overall meaning. This Resource Includes: * Lesson Plan * Graphic Design - Sonnets * Sonnet Description * Assessment Rubrics * Worksheets with Answers (4 Exercises) * Word Bank (4)
john421969
KS1 Oceans and Seas of the World Bundle

KS1 Oceans and Seas of the World Bundle

A collection of resources that could be used as part of an oceans and seas of the world topic for KS1 students. Includes the UK, oceans and seas around the world, and waves. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277
Exploring Tennyson's 'The Prelude' - Power and Conflict Poetry

Exploring Tennyson's 'The Prelude' - Power and Conflict Poetry

Perfect for mixed ability GCSE classes, this printable lesson helps pupils analyse Tennyson's 'The Prelude' by exploring its meaning (AO1) through language/structure (AO2) and considering how it presents wider ideas/issues (AO3). With model answers and differentiated questioning, this powerpoint can also be printed so pupils can independently explore the meaning (AO1), analyse the poem (AO2) and establish its links to wider context over 3 lessons. Pupils are given model answers for analytical and comparative writing so can then analyse the poem in prose and compare it to different poems in the anthology. In the final lesson, pupils are given the opportunity to write their own comparative essay following an exam answer.
DeepaSabharwal
Power and Conflict Poetry - Hughes' Bayonet Charge

Power and Conflict Poetry - Hughes' Bayonet Charge

Perfect for mixed ability GCSE classes, this printable lesson helps pupils analyse Hughes' 'Bayonet Charge' by exploring its meaning (AO1) through language/structure (AO2) and considering how it presents wider ideas/issues (AO3). With model answers and differentiated questioning, this powerpoint can also be printed so pupils can independently explore the meaning (AO1), analyse the poem (AO2) and establish its links to wider context over 3 lessons. Pupils are given model answers for analytical and comparative writing so can then analyse the poem in prose and compare it to different poems in the anthology. In the final lesson, pupils are given the opportunity to write their own comparative essay following an exam answer.
DeepaSabharwal
Power and Conflict Poetry - Garland's Kamikaze

Power and Conflict Poetry - Garland's Kamikaze

Perfect for mixed ability GCSE classes, this printable lesson helps pupils analyse Garland's Kamikaze by exploring its meaning (AO1) through language/structure (AO2) and considering how it presents wider ideas/issues (AO3). With model answers and differentiated questioning, this powerpoint can also be printed so pupils can independently explore the meaning (AO1), analyse the poem (AO2) and establish its links to wider context over 3 lessons. Pupils are given model answers for analytical and comparative writing so can then analyse the poem in prose and compare it to different poems in the anthology. In the final lesson, pupils are given the opportunity to write their own comparative essay following an exam answer.
DeepaSabharwal
Power and Conflict Poetry - Duffy's War Photgrapher

Power and Conflict Poetry - Duffy's War Photgrapher

Perfect for mixed ability GCSE classes, this printable lesson helps pupils analyse Duffy's 'War Photographer' by exploring its meaning (AO1) through language/structure (AO2) and considering how it presents wider ideas/issues (AO3). With model answers and differentiated questioning, this powerpoint can also be printed so pupils can independently explore the meaning (AO1), analyse the poem (AO2) and establish its links to wider context over 3 lessons. Pupils are given model answers for analytical and comparative writing so can then analyse the poem in prose and compare it to different poems in the anthology. In the final lesson, pupils are given the opportunity to write their own comparative essay following an exam answer.
DeepaSabharwal
Power and Conflict Poetry Revision - Agard's Checking Out Me History

Power and Conflict Poetry Revision - Agard's Checking Out Me History

Perfect for mixed ability GCSE classes, this printable lesson helps pupils analyse Agard's 'Checking Out Me History 'by exploring its meaning through language/structure and considering how presents wider ideas/issues. With model answers and differentiated questioning, this powerpoint can also be printed so pupils can independently explore the meaning (AO1), analyse the poem (AO2) and establish its links to wider context over 3 lessons. Pupils are given model answers for analytical and comparative writing so can then analyse the poem in prose and compare it to different poems in the anthology. In the final lesson, pupils are given the opportunity to write their own comparative essay following an exam answer.
DeepaSabharwal