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Introduction to Shakespeare Lesson
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Introduction to Shakespeare Lesson

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A short and fun lesson on Shakespeare and his life. Perfect for an introduction to the man himself and his works. Most appropriate as a half lesson for Year 9 and above or a full lesson for years 7 and 8.
An Inspector Calls Character Analysis: Sheila Birling
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An Inspector Calls Character Analysis: Sheila Birling

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Analysis on Sheila Birling in response to the following question: How and why does Sheila change in An Inspector Calls? Write about: • how Sheila responds to her family and to the Inspector • how Priestley presents Sheila by the ways he writes Includes essay plan, fully written introduction and conclusion and part 1 of the essay Follows AQA GCSE English Literature criteria to Grade 9 standard
KS4 AQA: PEACE Paragraph on Scrooge
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KS4 AQA: PEACE Paragraph on Scrooge

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Includes points and detailed sentence starters to ensure students are meeting AO1, AO2 and AO3 of the AQA mark scheme for English Literature. Includes an example paragraph from a question on ‘Ignorance and Want’ written to Grade 9 standard. Colour coded for ease of use by students and teachers. Advice: Print out the slide containing the model answer so that students can annotate this with the mark scheme questions/prompts as you see fit.
KS3 Lady Macbeth PEACE Essay Differentiated
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KS3 Lady Macbeth PEACE Essay Differentiated

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Differentiated resource to help students contruct a detailed analytical paragraph following the PEACE structure Includes a gap-fill introduction and paragraph, a fully colour coded exemplar paragraph, notes and plan for the final paragraph Perfect for Year 8/9
Introduction to Sheila Birling
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Introduction to Sheila Birling

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Simple and effective lesson giving students an introduction into Sheila Birling and what the character represents Designed as a prequel to the in depth ‘character analysis’ lesson on Sheila Birling which focuses on advanced analysis and helps students to build a full essay answer AQA focused
A Christmas Carol: Essay on Scrooge Extract
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A Christmas Carol: Essay on Scrooge Extract

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Accompanies the lessons on the introduction of Scrooge at the beginning of the novella. Designed to scaffold year 9 or introduction to KS4 with essay writing skills and in depth analysis. Follows the PEACE structure. Whole essay structure included as well as lesson slides with examples of each stage and the Ignorance and Want paragraph as a reference which students can use to ‘text hug’ when they write their own.
'London' by William Blake Yr9 Planning Grid
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'London' by William Blake Yr9 Planning Grid

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Essay Question: How does Blake present ideas about Power in his poem ‘London’? Already partly filled to ensure students are effectively analysing - the grid is a great tool to have students practice organising their analysis in detail. Students can work their way through the grid after analysing the poem in class. I used this in preparation for an open-book assessment, where students were required to write a full essay.
KS3 PEA/PEE Essay Plan 'Medusa'
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KS3 PEA/PEE Essay Plan 'Medusa'

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Detailed essay plan with an example PEA/PEE paragraph. Introduces students to ‘zooming in’ while analysing. Traditional 5 part essay: Introduction PEA1 PEA2 PEA3 Conclusion Provides differentiation in 3 stages - allowing students to build their own writing style whilst still analysing effectively. Introduction and conclusion have been written out. Colour coded for easy understanding.
Marking Cheat Sheet: PEACE paragraph Targets
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Marking Cheat Sheet: PEACE paragraph Targets

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Resource which includes 12 key targets suitable for year 9 or low - mid ability KS4 students. Great for cutting down marking time. I get my students to colour code each stage of the PEACE grid on the left - and then mark their own work using the colours to show where they have met the targets. Then they use the target numbers to identify the steps they need to complete in order to improve.
Character Changes: Lady Macbeth
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Character Changes: Lady Macbeth

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A fun lesson on Lady Macbeth and how her character progresses throughout the play in reaction to different events. E.g. Starting off as ambitious following the arrival of Macbeth's letter, and sinking into guilt by the end. Features a quiz which can be used with Red, Amber, Green cards or planner pages. Includes peer marking, quiz, analysis and writing task with help sheet slide.
KS4 AQA: Challenge PEACE paragraph on Scrooge and Power
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KS4 AQA: Challenge PEACE paragraph on Scrooge and Power

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Includes points and prompts in analysis to encourage higher achieving students to think abstractly about Scrooge and Dickens’ intentions behind the description of Scrooge and Cratchit’s office at the beginning of the novella. Includes links to context on the Industrial Revolution and the power of the Business Classes in Britain Includes an example paragraph from a question on ‘Ignorance and Want’ written to Grade 9 standard. Colour coded for ease of use by students and teachers. Advice: Print out the slide containing the model answer so that students can annotate this with the mark scheme questions/prompts as you see fit.