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A Christmas Carol: Stave Two Scrooge's Relationship with Bell
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A Christmas Carol: Stave Two Scrooge's Relationship with Bell

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheets follows the end to Stave 2, with a focus on Scrooge’s relationship with Bell. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Stave Two in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work
A Christmas Carol: Stave Two Scrooge's Working Life
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A Christmas Carol: Stave Two Scrooge's Working Life

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheets follows the middle of Stave 2, with a focus on Scrooge’s working life. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Stave Two in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work
A Christmas Carol: Stave 2 Scrooge's Childhood
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A Christmas Carol: Stave 2 Scrooge's Childhood

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheets follows the opening to Stave 2, with a focus on Scrooge’s childhood. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Stave Two in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work
A Christmas Carol: The Ghost of Christmas Present
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A Christmas Carol: The Ghost of Christmas Present

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheets follows the description and key quotes of the Ghost of Christmas Present . The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for other ghosts presented in the novel in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work
A Christmas Carol: Ghost of Christmas Past
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A Christmas Carol: Ghost of Christmas Past

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheets follows the description and key quotes of the Ghost of Christmas Past . The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for all ghosts that are presented in the novel in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work
Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 9 Debate
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Jekyll and Hyde: Chapter 9 Debate

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Providing the students with key arguments against and for the prospect of Jekyll being to blame for the death of Lanyan, these worksheets offer a great opportunity for students to compete in a class/group debate. Using these at the end of studying the novel The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde, this task could be used as a great gateway into a speaking and listening task. Providing students with “thought” questions at the bottom of the sheet, they also have to opportunity to do their own research and thinking to add to the current points that are stated on the worksheets. Preferably aimed at GCSE Level students
Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 2-6
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Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 2-6

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheet bundle follows Act 5, scene 2-6. The worksheets provide an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words, they focus on language analysis, context and personal impression. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work. They are also available on an individual basis.
Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 6
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Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 6

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheet follows Act 5, scene 6. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Act 5, scene 2-6 in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work.
Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 5
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Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 5

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheet follows Act 5, scene 5. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Act 5, scene 2-6 in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work.
Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 4
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Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 4

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheet follows Act 5, scene 4. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Act 5, scene 2-6 in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work.
Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 3
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Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 3

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheet follows Act 5, scene 3. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Act 5, scene 2-6 in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work.
Macbeth: Act 5, scene 2 Worksheet
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Macbeth: Act 5, scene 2 Worksheet

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheet follows Act 5, scene 2. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. There are also similar worksheets for Act 5, scene 2-6 in my shop. Each can be used on their own, as a class activity or together as part of group work.
Macbeth: Macduff vs Macbeth Debate
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Macbeth: Macduff vs Macbeth Debate

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Providing the students with key arguments against and for the prospect of Macduff being tried for Regicide, these worksheets offer a great opportunity for students to compete in a class/group debate. Using these at the end of studying the play Macbeth, this task could be used as a great gateway into a speaking and listening task. Providing students with “thought” questions at the bottom of the sheet, they also have to opportunity to do their own research and thinking to add to the current points that are stated on the worksheets. Preferably aimed at GCSE Level students.
Macbeth Act 3, scene 6 Worksheet
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Macbeth Act 3, scene 6 Worksheet

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Aimed at a GCSE group. This worksheet follows Act 3, scene 6, where Lennox and the other lords are discussing their plans in secret. The worksheet provides an extract from the scene with supporting prompt questions surrounding the extract. These prompts include links to AO1-AO3 on the AQA mark scheme. In other words if focuses on language analysis, context and personal impression. The back of this worksheet also provides easy and simple comprehension questions for the students to tackle before the actual worksheet.