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An English Literature and Language teacher with 10+ years experience in UK teaching A Level , IGCSE and IB and MYP.

An English Literature and Language teacher with 10+ years experience in UK teaching A Level , IGCSE and IB and MYP.
The Perfectly Timed Death of an Imaginary Friend Play Drama Full unit
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The Perfectly Timed Death of an Imaginary Friend Play Drama Full unit

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A unit for Key Stage 2 or 3 on the hilarious, philosophical award-winning play ‘The Perfectly Timed Death of an Imaginary Friend’ by Kieran Lynn published in 2018. Focuses on understanding characters, reading and writng skills, characterisation, conventions of plays and scripts, discussion, empathy and links to real world experiences such as transition to secondary school. Made for MYP in an international school. You will have to purchase the play separately.
The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe Full unit
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The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe Full unit

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A series of adaptable, interactive and fun lessons on The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe for online or offline teaching containing presentations and worksheets, speaking, presentation, creative writing and reading tasks. My students have loved this unit (age 11-12). Suitable for Key Stage 2 or 3. In line with MYP but suited to NC UK as well. Formative and summative assessment opportunities.
Spoken Language
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Spoken Language

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This is a helpful guide to different kinds of spoken language helpful as a introduction to the spoken language study. It uses conversations I had with family and friends and Youtube clips. Email me for the sound files as I am not allowed to add them here.
Poetry analysis Seamus Heaney's 'Scaffolding'
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Poetry analysis Seamus Heaney's 'Scaffolding'

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An incredibly succesful and accesible lesson with presentation and questions on Seamus Heaney poem ‘Scaffolding’. Suitable for students aged 11-14. Encourages discussion, problem solving, independent analysis and extended writing.
Language analysis of a fiction extract from 'Fahrenheit 451'
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Language analysis of a fiction extract from 'Fahrenheit 451'

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A complete lesson based on language analysis of a fiction extract from a great book. Comes complete with a worksheet that provides guiding questions. The lesson encourages risk taking, discussion, independent and group analysis of language, consideration of other perspectives and writing time. Accessible lesson for a wide range of students. Used in a successful for job interview!