Use these worksheets to cover Charles Dickens’ Christmas Carol in 5 lessons. This is designed to work alongside the BBC radio series which is freely available with video and audio files for download. You can watch / listen, students use the sheets to take notes about Character / Context / Theme and then follow up with detailed study of extracts later. Gives students clarity and an overview of the full text to lay the foundations for the further study of the novel (great for Y10).
This presentation contains a range of language and structural devices suitable for all students but to support analysis at GCSE level. Each device has the definition, an example and the myriad effects this technique might have in a text. Supports students to understand authorial intention.
Preparing KS3 students to understand context can be challenging. This assessment is designed to test their understanding of language with a scaffolded sheet to support those who may need support to identify language techniques used. The additional resources support individual lessons to understand contextual factors such as: the reason for the inclusion of turkish delight in the story; how the Greek myths can link to the story (Icarus) and how C.S Lewis references Eden in the story.
Marking grids for Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 which will support feedback from mock exams. These can be used for students to record their own scores and set their own targets. Grids are designed around the markscheme, and show the bands within the markscheme in student friendly language. Teachers can save hours by highlighting where students meet elements of the markscheme in one colour and put a T for target next to the relevant follow up activity. The scorecards which are included can be given to students for them to record their own scores and track their progress.
This resource is designed to accompany the reading of Black Beauty by Anna Sewell. It would work well to read the opening chapter in class with Y7/8, then have them read the remainder as homework over a holiday. Then reading the opening and closing chapter together, enables teachers to discuss some of the structural terms that will be needed for AQA 8700/1 Q3 at GCSE. The activity is designed so students can create a paragraph of analysis as well as complete DIRT activities and retry the activity after looking at model answers.
AQA Specimen Paper 4 Paper 1 and Paper 2 Feedback PPT with levels of answers built in and student engaging activities for students to examine their own paper while examining top level and graduated answers. Marking stickers with Q1 answers embedded and DIRT tasks pre-prepared for all questions. Additional P1 and 2 Q5 powerpoint with guidance to attain top marks during DIRT tasks (checklists). All fully editable.
Use these stickers to mark student work quickly, can be printed onto A5 stickers and used to stick into student books as the have a go at GCSE papers or GCSE style questions. Save time by highlighting or underlining in one colour where students have met the WWW and circling relevant targets which are set up.
Fully editable for you to adapt or change.
Great as a stand alone lesson or as a cover lesson, this resource and accompanying PPT offers students a choice of tasks with an exam style layout. They choose from three argue style writing questions and complete one.