Hero image

English teacher's shop

Average Rating4.29
(based on 48 reviews)

Knowledge organisers Schemes of work for KS3 Full PowerPoints for KS3 and KS4 units of work Exemplar GCSE essays and responses GCSE revision resources Literacy lessons Non fiction booklets to accompany GCSE fiction Non fiction linked to Literature texts booklets

231Uploads

212k+Views

38k+Downloads

Knowledge organisers Schemes of work for KS3 Full PowerPoints for KS3 and KS4 units of work Exemplar GCSE essays and responses GCSE revision resources Literacy lessons Non fiction booklets to accompany GCSE fiction Non fiction linked to Literature texts booklets
Prepositions of place lesson using Where's Wally
AimsnapfallAimsnapfall

Prepositions of place lesson using Where's Wally

(0)
This is a lesson that I created for my bottom set Y9 class to help tem understand and use prepositions of place in complex sentences. It could easily be used to teach prepositions at KS2 and wouldn't take much adapting. Lesson uses Where's Wally as a stimulus for writing. Engaging activities to keep students enthused.
GCSE Macbeth thesis and model paragraph - Macbeth's ambition
AimsnapfallAimsnapfall

GCSE Macbeth thesis and model paragraph - Macbeth's ambition

(0)
A model thesis and first paragraph for the question: How does Shakespeare present Macbeth’s ambition? Topic sentence for second and third paragraphs and room for writing a We Do model, followed by students’ independent paragraph. I Do We Do You Do structure applied to essay. Great for introducing essay writing or feedback after assessment.
930 slides of literacy lessons
AimsnapfallAimsnapfall

930 slides of literacy lessons

(0)
A huge range of Outstanding Literacy lessons aimed at low ability KS3 and KS4 classes. No need to alter- these are ready to teach and will keep you going all year. Separated clearly into sections for sentence types, word classes, punctuation, dialogue, homophones and creative writing. Lots of card sorts, quizzes, competitions, engaging activities, use of YouTube clips to inspire writing etc.
Appositives (linked to Macbeth)
AimsnapfallAimsnapfall

Appositives (linked to Macbeth)

(0)
A short activity to introduce students to using appositives when talking about ‘Macbeth’. Inspired by The Writing Revolution to improve students’ writing.
Because, but, so for Macbeth
AimsnapfallAimsnapfall

Because, but, so for Macbeth

(0)
A short PPT of because, but, so sentences (inspired by The Writing Revolution) that focus on Act 1 and 2 of Macbeth. Using different conjunctions to get students to think about the text from different ways.
Peer assessment question cards
AimsnapfallAimsnapfall

Peer assessment question cards

(2)
Questioning cards using Blooms taxonomy sentence stems. Pupils can use in pairs to question each other for lesson plenaries or independently to challenge themselves on completion of a piece of work.