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Year 7 Speeches lesson 5 Analysing Churchill
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Year 7 Speeches lesson 5 Analysing Churchill

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A lesson analysing Churchill’s Beaches speech - to show students to use other techniques rather than just DAFOREST. Extended writing task included as well as group work. Some resources taken from TES - reflected in price.
AQA 9-1 Lady Macbeth presentation Act 1 Scene 5 Low ability Year 9 (2 lessons here)
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AQA 9-1 Lady Macbeth presentation Act 1 Scene 5 Low ability Year 9 (2 lessons here)

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Lesson plan notes. Start off lesson recapping previous one where we had looked at scene 4 and learnt what dramatic irony was. Use of images to recap and check understanding. (answer notes beneath slide) Information sheet on women in Jacobean England - read and consider references to where LM is different (knowledge from having watched film). Read scene with context activity. Students put in differentiated groups - with one HAP in each group to support - to look at quotes. Group one have easiest quotes - HAP to help develop. Groups 3 and 4 - same quotes but opposite way round - this means if they only get one done, the other group have analysed the other in detail. LSA works with group 2, teacher to work with group 1 and circulate with 3 and 4 from time to time to check progress and understanding. Students to present their quotes - other groups to make notes around their text.
Low ability year 9 Lady Macbeth Act 1, Scene 5 analysis 9-1 AQA
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Low ability year 9 Lady Macbeth Act 1, Scene 5 analysis 9-1 AQA

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A lesson exploring and analysing key ideas in Act 1, Scene 5. This lesson really supports low ability students in grasping the key concepts of this character. I have also included a version of the grid with my teaching notes to help. Starter is a gap fill after reading the scene - with a differentiated version for really weak students. Prior to this lesson, I did a whole lesson on women in Tudor/Jacobean England - really helped with understanding this character in this lesson.