AQA - 19th-century literature at Key Stage 3 Adventure and Mystery

AQA - 19th-century literature at Key Stage 3 Adventure and Mystery

17 ready to teach lessons formulated from the AQA Teaching resources to help you develop the confidence of your Key Stage 3 students when reading 19th-century literature. You can download the full booklet for free (http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/english/AQA-8702-19C-KS3.PDF) and it comes with teaching ideas, many of which I have utilised, so before purchasing you may want to look at it and design your own lessons. The Outcomes are geared towards year 8 students working towards the new grades 1-9 (Grade 2 - developing/ Grade 3 - good/ Grade 4 - Secure). I have tried to incorporate scaffolding for lower and a GandT slide at the end of each to print off. Please check notes fields as these are complete lessons with no extra lesson plan. This has taken many hours of putting together and tries to encapsulate the language and literature AO's with questions designed to prepare for paper 1 and paper 2 of language. It starts with creative writing and there is also a leaflet writing lesson. Most lessons say PA - peer assessed this is of your own discretion to decide when to teacher mark. Extracts from: • Moonfleet by J. Meade Faulkner (1898) • King Solomon’s Mines by H. Rider Haggard (1885) • The Sign of Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1890) • Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson (1883) • Dr Watson’s description of Sherlock Holmes from A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1887) • The Call of the Wild by Jack London (1903) • Black Beauty by Anna Sewell (1877) • Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (1837) • Robert Falcon Scott (1868-1912) • David Livingstone (1813-1873) • Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe (1719)
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KS3 approaches to 19th century

KS3 approaches to 19th century

50 lessons. Hours of work that tries to encapsulate the AQA language and Literature AO's and prepare KS3 learners for GCSE.
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AQA introduction to paper 1 KS3

AQA introduction to paper 1 KS3

9 ready to teach lessons and accompanying booklet to introduce KS3 learners to AQAs paper 1. All slides are fully editable and some of the extracts used could also be used for the different question types. Updated - 8th June as error on lesson 1 this has been rectified - sincere apologies to those who have already purchased - C Redmond
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AQA - 19th-century literature at Key Stage 3

AQA - 19th-century literature at Key Stage 3

24 ready to teach lessons formulated from the AQA Teaching resources to help you develop the confidence of your Key Stage 3 students when reading 19th-century literature. You can download the full booklet for free (http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resources/english/AQA-8702-19C-KS3.PDF) and it comes with teaching ideas, many of which I have utilised, so before purchasing you may want to look at it and design your own lessons. The Outcomes are geared towards year 7 students working towards the new grades 1-9 (Grade 1 - developing/ Grade 2 - good/ Grade 3 - Secure). Some of the extracts are quite long and will need differentiation for lower ability students. This has taken many hours of putting together and tries to encapsulate the language and literature AO's with questions designed to prepare for paper 1 and paper 2 of language. Extracts from: Childhood and family 1: motherless children • Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens (1848) • Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens (1838) • Silas Marner by George Eliot (1861) Childhood and family 2: education • Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (1847) – extract 1 • Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens (1839) – extract 1 • Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (1847) – extract 2 • David Copperfield by Charles Dickens (1850) • Nicholas Nickleby by Charles Dickens (1839) – extract 2 • Hard Times by Charles Dickens (1854) • Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte (1847) – extract 3 Childhood and family 3: girls and boys • Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte (1847) • The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot (1860) • Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen (1817) • Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy (1891) Childhood and family 4: a woman’s place • Mansfield Park by Jane Austen (1814) • Great Expectations by Charles Dickens (1861) • The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy (1886) • Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen (1811)
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Power and Conflict AQA (Lower Ability)

Power and Conflict AQA (Lower Ability)

PPT's to support the teaching of the Power and Conflict poems: Shelley Ozymandias Blake London Wordsworth The Prelude: stealing the boat Robert Browning My Last Duchess Alfred Lord Tennyson The Charge of the Light Brigade Wilfred Owen Exposure Seamus Heaney Storm on the Island Ted Hughes Bayonet Charge Simon Armitage Remains Jane Weir Poppies Carol Ann Duffy War Photographer Imtiaz Dharker Tissue Carol Rumens The Émigrée Beatrice Garland Kamikaze John Agard Checking Out Me History The resources may be used as a starting point (the outcomes and plenaries may be a bit too repetitive but this is reflected in the price) though each one has a different literacy starter (in line with our school policy). Last year I gave out the colour pictures with each poem and pupils matched them up and were able to discuss the imagery created by the poets. Together, we annotated the poems on the board.
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 4

Romeo and Juliet - Act 4

A series of Powerpoints to aid understanding of Act IV. Each lesson has differentiated Outcomes and activities linked to the reading of each scene. I am uploading each act as it is finished and will then bundle into one complete scheme.
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Year 9 Homework Booklet for KES

Year 9 Homework Booklet for KES

An 8 page booklet to be completed by students for a homework project. Includes researching schools and punishments; designing a film poster and writing a social services report for Billy.
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 1

Romeo and Juliet - Act 1

A series of Powerpoints to aid understanding of Act I. The first two are an introduction. Each lesson has differentiated Outcomes and activities linked to the reading of each scene. I am uploading each act as it is finished and will then bundle into one complete scheme.
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 5

Romeo and Juliet - Act 5

A series of Powerpoints to aid understanding of Act V. Each lesson has differentiated Outcomes and activities linked to the reading of each scene. There is also two example exam questions. I am uploading each act as it is finished and will then bundle into one complete scheme.
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 2

Romeo and Juliet - Act 2

A series of Powerpoints to aid understanding of Act II. Each lesson has differentiated Outcomes and activities linked to the reading of each scene. I am uploading each act as it is finished and will then bundle into one complete scheme.
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Romeo and Juliet - Act 3

Romeo and Juliet - Act 3

A series of Powerpoints to aid understanding of Act III. Each lesson has differentiated Outcomes and activities linked to the reading of each scene. I am uploading each act as it is finished and will then bundle into one complete scheme.
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Romeo and Juliet - scene by scene.

Romeo and Juliet - scene by scene.

A scene by scene approach to reading the play. Each PPT has activities relating to that scene. 2 exam style extract questions.
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DNA whole scheme for AQA 2015 onwards

DNA whole scheme for AQA 2015 onwards

17 ready to teach lessons -Dennis Kelly's play DNA - introducing the new grading system. Peer assessment linked in, starters and plenaries and exam style question. One for the visual learners... hours of work and creating images!
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Blood Brothers - WJEC lessons 1-15 (of 23)

Blood Brothers - WJEC lessons 1-15 (of 23)

23 lessons to teach the play Blood Brothers. Ofsted style outcomes/settling activities etc.\nI cannot claim that it is all of my own ideas, I have taken ideas from many different sources.\nI apologise if there are any errors, but there is hours of putting resources together here, feel free to use/adapt/ignore.
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WJEC writing tasks

WJEC writing tasks

A Powerpoint to aid revision of the writing styles tested by the WJEC, some past paper questions (half an hour per question) sorry the mark scheme looks patchy but it was just a screenshot!
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Narrative and Descriptive Writing

Narrative and Descriptive Writing

A set of 16 lessons I am using with my year 9 to prepare them for GCSE. All ideas are adapted from other peoples work, so thank you to the TES teachers and I hope it is of use in the format I have put it together in.\nNo lesson plans, but the PPT's should be self explanatory.\nOur school is using Pit stops and Pits to show pupil progress and we have A,B,C,D and agree/disagree colour coded cards to use for those activities. \nAlso, the green pen is to show pupil response to Teacher and Peer feedback.
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WJEC reading and writing exam style questions

WJEC reading and writing exam style questions

Found a few articles on the internet and wrote some WJEC exam style questions (may need to be adapted for higher). Answers are on, to self mark and there is also self/peer assessment for the written task.
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KES - First 12 of 27 lessons

KES - First 12 of 27 lessons

Full set of lessons produced for year 9, but using GCSE grades. A lot of time and effort here, so I apologise for any errors. I also thank other people for their ideas that I may have incorporated.
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