Differentiated group of 10 lessons with a booklet and a scheme of work breakdown. Each lesson has differentiated learning objectives, challenge activities, extension activities and most have scaffolding for lower ability students. Each lesson focuses on a different skill for students to learn and improve on. There are homework tasks included in the scheme of work.
Lesson which looks at Heaney's attitudes towards nature. The presentation is differentiated with lines given if students need them (this was made for a weak ability class). It features a challenge and an extension. There are questions to check comprehension and questions about which poems "Storm on the Island" could be compared to.
Lesson on Ozymandias, made for set 5 year 10 which features: differentiated learning objectives, breakdown of the plot, quiz, challenge and extension activities and differentiated grid sheets. Grids for students to fill in relating to the context of Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Low ability students are given the quotes relating to context, whereas high ability students have to try to find their own. Made for Year 10, low ability students studying Power and Conflict.
Complete with differentiated learning objectives and tasks. Students identify and analyse language techniques used in an extract of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. They then use them to create their own piece of writing. Students then peer-assess each other's work before writing themselves some feedback.
Three lessons on an extract from Alice in Wonderland which have been differentiated in the following ways: differentiated learning objectives, example answers, sentence starters, challenge tasks, extension tasks. The lessons feature the mark scheme as it appears on the AQA website. There is also a revision booklet featuring example answers from AQA, practice questions on two papers and the mark scheme. I used this to set homework to allow students to use modelled answers to improve their work.
Zip file featuring 24 lessons and 6 homework tasks. Every lesson features differentiated learning objectives, scaffolding, challenge tasks, extension tasks and key terms. The Storm on the Island lesson on my account, which is free, is from this group of lessons. This was made for a low ability set so may require some tweaking for your classes. Suggested order of poems: My Last Duchess, Ozymandias, Extract From The Prelude, Exposure, Storm on the Island, Charge of the Light Brigade, Bayonet Charge, Poppies, Remains, London, The Emigrée, Checking Out Me History, Tissue, War Photographer, Kamikaze.
Quick wordsearch to look at the semantic field of death. Originally made for a Year 8 class starter, though perhaps better suited for a plenary.
This was created for a middle ability year 9 class with a number of behavioural challenges. The aim is for students to write paragraphs about how Lady Macbeth has changed throughout the play. The focus is on quotes and subject terminoogy. There is an example answer and an extract from the mark scheme as well as a differentiated sheet for a lower ability student to use.
PowerPoint which covers four theme based lessons on Macbeth: ambition, supernatural, revenge and kingship. It has a range of main activities as well as: differentiated learning objectives, challenge tasks, extension tasks and some starter sentences too. Made with middle ability year 9 in mind.
This lesson was created at the end of a Year 9 module on dystopian fiction and creative writing. It features a modelled example of The Twelve Days of Star Wars, differentiated learning objectives, a challenge, and an extension task. The main task is based on them having previously studied The Maze Runner and having created their own dystopia, although this can, obviously, be changed.
This lesson was made for year 10, set 5, and features: differentiated learning objectives,challenge tasks, extension tasks and modelled work.
Students are guided to find quotes explaining how Sheila changes throughout the play. The page numbers given are for the Heinemann version. This was made for Year 10, set 5.
This presentation was taught over two lessons and features: differentiated learning objectives, challenge tasks, extension tasks, scaffolding through starter sentences and an example answer. It was written for high ability year 7.
Good revision starter activity. The twelve missing words are on the side of the page and students have to fill them in in order. Answer sheet is page 2 of the document.
This resource is a PowerPoint for two lessons with differentiated learning objectives and a homework task. These lessons assume students have begun using media subject terminology and are familiar with Todorov. It asks them to analyse existing charity adverts given to them (linked in the lesson), to find their own to analyse and, for homework, to compare and contrast two different charity adverts.
Two PowerPoints centered around students writing their own detective stories, based on Sherlock. Includes differentiated learning objectives and the writing lesson has: sentence starters, challenge tasks, and an extension task.
Document to be used when marking a whole class set of work. This aims to help focus on: what has work, what hasn’t, common mistakes and star students.
These are designed to help students check back over their work before they claim they are finished. DUTE is a class acronym in my classes. It means Date Underlined with the Title and the Entrance task. The box underneath is a guide to what they should do instead of shouting out. The top, middle box is a criteria they should check every piece of work against. The left side of the line is to help with creative writing and the right side is to help with analytical writing. It may require differentiation for your classes as this is based on the needs of my classes.
These have been made as a response to my SEN classes. Often, my students will get wound up in class and they need to take time outside. Telling them this can sometimes lead to confrontation as they believe they are in trouble so I made these as a way of communicating to them subtly and to allow them to quickly tell senior members of staff why they are outside. You will need to change the text, obviously.
This lesson asks students what they know about Santa. It then incorporates a video from Futurama and a reading of Neil Gaiman's Nicholas Was to show them alternative examples of Christmas stories. They then write their own using the success criteria given.