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HUGE Creative Writing Bundle

HUGE Creative Writing Bundle

Huge collection of creative writing lessons. 70% saving! These are not a SOW but intended for use as individual one off lessons to consolidate skills or springboard ideas. Some links to famous texts such as Christmas Carol, Woman in Black, Macbeth. Areas covered: Description Persuasive writing Word bank of adjectives/adverbs Writing to Argue Structure Hooking your reader Poetry Symbolism Extended Metaphor
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Jekyll and Hyde - Chapter 3: Jekyll

Jekyll and Hyde - Chapter 3: Jekyll

As we are introduce to the character of Dr Henry Jekyll in Chapter 3, we look at how he is portrayed to the reader, how his emotions change as Utterson tries to discuss Mr Hyde, and then we create analytical paragraphs based on strict success criteria. Ideal preparation for KS4 students getting ready for AQA English Literature Paper 1, but adaptable for KS3 as well.
Lead_Practitioner
Descriptive Writing- Setting

Descriptive Writing- Setting

Working in pairs to write what our senses would pick up in different settings. Brief analysis of Eel Marsh House as a setting - what language helps develop atmosphere. List of techniques needed for strong creative writing. Differentiated success criteria. Self/Peer assessment.
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Birdsong Revision Booklet

Birdsong Revision Booklet

A comprehensive 32 page revision booklet on ‘Birdsong’ for A-Level. Written around on ‘Aspects of Narrative’ - easily adaptable. Multiple interpretations and possible ideas with promt questions to help engage and develop ideas. Strongest quotes taken from throughout the book to aid analysis. ALAAL (A Lot About A Little) analysis ideas and examples.
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Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 2 - The Will

Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 2 - The Will

A fully differentiated and resourced lesson that focusses on Utterson’s conversation with Lanyon about Jekyll, the way Stevenson describes Hyde and how he engages his readers with his use of language. Includes differentiated activities and all resources to help KS4 students get ready for AQA English Literature Paper 1, but is also easily adaptable for KS3 students.
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Poppies - Jane Weir - Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

Poppies - Jane Weir - Knowledge Organiser/ Revision Mat!

This detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students learning or revising Jane Weir’s power and conflict poem 'Poppies.’ It contains comprehensive sections on: Context; Line-by-line analysis (with quotes); Poetic Devices/ Language Devices; Themes; Form/Structure; Poems for Comparison; The Poet’s Influences. Key words and ideas are underlined for easy reference. The resource is designed to be printed onto A3, and is provided as both a PDF and a Word version (so that you can edit if you want to). All images used are licensed for commercial use and are cited on a separate document (included).
TandLGuru
Hook Your Reader - Starting a Story.

Hook Your Reader - Starting a Story.

Two lessons to help students plan an opening to a story and hook their reader. Lesson 1 - With help from a peer they plan an opening to a story using the 5Ws. Lesson 2 - Discussion on how to hook the reader. Teacher model first lines to analyse and discuss. List of all the ingredients for strong writing. Peer assess.
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Lord of the Flies Flash Cards

Lord of the Flies Flash Cards

Flash cards perfect for helping your pupils to revise lord of the flies. Cards included: Plot recap Ralph Jack Piggy Simon The Conch The Beast The Island
AdamLordd
Value of Literature - Great for World Book Day

Value of Literature - Great for World Book Day

This would be great for form time or for World Book Day. Discussion based lesson developing their understanding of what ‘value’ literature has. Discussion of the value of literature. What are the students favorite books? Favourite books of teacher. Exploration of themes within books - why are they included. Discussion of purpose of individual texts.
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Creative Writing - Symbolism

Creative Writing - Symbolism

Using Marley’s ghost in A Christmas Carol as inspiration. Analysing what his chain symbolises and why it has been included. Differentiated success criteria. Teacher model. Planning questions. Task and self assessment.
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