Year 5 - 9, introduces class to Victorian school system using context quiz and diary worksheets, good for starting a scheme with differentiated resources for mixed level classes
Powerpoints that cover each poem with teacher annotations of language and structure devices Word document including each poem with space for student annotation Poetry Analysis powerpoint explaining how to analyse a poem Guided poetry analysis mind-map activity IGCSE essay writing for poetry introductory Powerpoint
Students complete worksheet on key terms and years from the English Civil War in order to revise
Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - Chapter Assessments for chapters 1 to 11 Includes a workbook with introductory activities
Student workbook with teacher powerpoint (answers to workbook questions included on Powerpoint). Workbook covers : Conventions of the Gothic Genre, writing, characters and Modern Gothic Genre Language Analysis : Personification, Similes and metaphors, Pathetic Fallacy Folklore - The Gytrash Frankenstein Dracula Edgar Allan Poe – The Tell-Tale Heart and The Raven The Demon Bench The Deserted House - Poem Analysis The Yellow Wallpaper Gothic Convention - Pastiche
Student can watch a short youtube clip (link to video on worksheet) or use words in vocabulary box to fill in gaps in transcript of how to fire a Civil War era musket.
Students listen to song Wolves by Selena Gomez and add missing words from vocabulary box. There are activites on grammar and vocabulary on the next page.
Students listen to the song ‘Castle on the Hill’ and complete a gap-fill activity focussing on vocabulary. There are grammar and vocabulary activities linked to the gap-fill included on the next page.
Powerpoint explaining how to analyse poetry using a mind-map to introduce analytical questions which students use to support independent analysis of poetry.
Students travel around England during the Black Death, writing a diary entry after reading how several different towns react to the plague. Using health cards, they can possibly catch the plague, and must add increasingly severe symptoms to their diary entries. After completing the activity, they write an assessed essay choosing one town.