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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
GCSE Macbeth thesis and model paragraph - Macbeth's ambition
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GCSE Macbeth thesis and model paragraph - Macbeth's ambition

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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.
Appositives (linked to Macbeth)
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Appositives (linked to Macbeth)

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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
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Because, but, so for Macbeth

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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.
Because, but, so worksheet
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Because, but, so worksheet

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A worksheet using ideas from The Writing Revolution to get students using conjunctions in three different ways. Uses Dickens as a prompt. I do, We do and You do options.
Four types of sentence worksheet
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Four types of sentence worksheet

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A worksheet on declarative, imperative, exclamatory and interrogative sentences. Students label each sentence type and then have a go at changing one sentence type to another.
AQA English language paper 2 Q5 article/explain response full marks
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AQA English language paper 2 Q5 article/explain response full marks

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A full mark response to AQA Paper 2 Q5 (non-fiction writing). “Students in more challenging circumstances are desperate for an education. Students in this country take their education for granted and expect their teachers to do the work for them.” Write an article to explain your point of view on this statement.
13 page non fiction task booklet (war and conflict)
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13 page non fiction task booklet (war and conflict)

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A non fiction task 13 page booklet using 3 war and conflict themed extracts: Statement against war by Siegfried Sassoon Happy to see a heater: at Al Jaleel camp, Syria by Amy Christian ‘The British Army is your Army’ From the British Army website. Contains comprehension and analysis questions for each extract. Provides ‘I do’ model for each extract and room for ‘We do’ and ‘You do’. Ideal for use alongside war/conflict themed novel or poetry study or for use as a cover work booklet.