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Eurovision Quiz
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Europe’s greatest music competition and the the longest-running annual music competition on television, Eurovision bursts onto the screens every May. Give your students this great quiz for any lesson, form time or group. The quiz is great for ending sessions on Europe and different languages. Appropriate for secondary school and college students (key stage 4 and 5, 11 to 18 year olds). A range of eight rounds of 50 questions (some with ten questions, some with five depending on the difficulty and level of interest). The quiz will take approximately an hour to complete. Appropriate for teams or individuals, but more fun with teams. An answer sheet is included with a teacher’s sheet that includes all the answers. • Round One: Name the Winning Song • Round Two: Match the Nationality • Round Three: Rank and File • Round Four: Country Anagrams • Round Five: Multiple Choice • Round Six: Lost in Translation • Round Seven: Host Cities • Round Eight: Famous Singers • Tie breaker Students work through a highly visual PowerPoint answering questions in each round. The animations in the PowerPoint allow you to create interest and allow students time to answer questions. Examples of the Rank and File round and Nationality Anagram rounds are included to make instructions clear and accessible. Once the quiz has been completed, students mark the answers of the other teams and work through a range of questions that can create further discussion. Questions are appropriate to a secondary school and college aged student. The eight rounds of questions last for between 45 and 50 minutes. Round One (Name the Winning Song), Round Four (Country Anagrams) and Round Six (Lost in Translation) can take longer for students to answer. It can a good idea to give them about five minutes per anagram in Round Four. The other questions in the quiz can be moved through at a brisk pace. Working through the answers takes between 10 and 15 minutes. You can slow the progress down or speed it up depending on your group or lessons. Whole quiz time: 1 hour The PowerPoint can be edited and adapted allowing you to change any questions to suit your students. Try out the free end of term quiz.
Summer Quiz 2022 End of Term
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Summer Quiz 2022 End of Term

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A great quiz for any lesson, form term or group. Appropriate for secondary school and college students (key stage 4 and 5, 11 to 18 year olds). A range of nine rounds of 60 questions (some with ten questions, some with five depending on the difficulty and level of interest). The quiz will take between an hour and 1 hour 30 minutes to complete. Appropriate for teams or individuals, but more fun with teams. An answer sheet is included with a teacher’s sheet that includes all the answers. • Round One: Who is in disguise? • Round Two: Name the Summer Song • Round Three: Rank and File • Round Four: Actor Anagrams • Round Five: Multiple Choice • Round Six: Lost in Translation • Round Seven: What is that object? • Round Eight: First and Last • Round Nine: Name that number • Tie breakers Students work through a highly visual PowerPoint answering questions in each round. The animations in the PowerPoint allow you to create interest and allow students time to answer questions. Examples of the Rank and File round, Actor Anagram, What is that object and Name that number rounds are included to make instructions clear and accessible. Once the quiz has been completed, students mark the answers of the other teams and work through a range of questions that can create further discussion. Questions are appropriate to a secondary school and college aged student. The nine rounds of questions last for between 50 minutes and 1 hour (depending on how much time you give students to answer the questions). Round Two (Name the Summer Song) and Round Four (Actor Anagrams) can take longer for students to answer. It can a good idea to give them about five minutes per anagram in Round Four. You can also give students longer to complete the Name that number round. The calculations are not complex, but working out the numbers in the first place can be challenging. The other questions in the quiz can be moved through at a brisk pace. Working through the answers takes between 15 and 20 minutes. You can slow the progress down or speed it up depending on your group or lessons. Whole quiz time: 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes. The PowerPoint can be edited and adapted allowing you to change any questions to suit your students. Try out the free end of term quiz. Available in an End of Term Quiz Bundle
Othello: 10 A Level Practice Exam Questions from Act 3
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Othello: 10 A Level Practice Exam Questions from Act 3

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A pack of 10 practice examination questions that follow the proposition structure of the AQA A Level Paper 1 (Love Through the Ages) Section A (specification number 7712). The materials consist of ten proposition questions each with a two-page extract from Act 3 of Othello and different love focused proposition and question. The questions focus on various issues on the topic of love and the characters in Othello. The questions provide a specific point of view and then asks students to complete a detailed analysis of the extract followed by a discussion of the rest of the play. Students are required to engage with the statement (proposition) and apply it to their analysis of the extract and discussion of the rest of the play.
Easter Quiz End of Term
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Easter Quiz End of Term

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End of Easter Term Quiz ***UPDATE 29th March 2022: a slight error has now be corrected. Sorry for any inconvenience. A great quiz for any lesson, form term or group. Appropriate for secondary school and college students (key stage 4 and 5, 11 to 18 year olds). A range of eight rounds of 60 questions (some with ten questions, some with five depending on the difficult and level of interest). Will take between an hour and 1 hour 30 minutes to complete. Appropriate for teams or individuals. An answer sheet is included with a teacher’s sheet that includes all the answers. • Round One: Chocolate Slogans • Round Two: Bunny Anagrams • Round Three: Disguised as a Bunny • Round Four: What is that object? • Round Five: Rank and File • Round Six: First and Last • Round Seven: Multiple Choice • Round Eight: Name that number • Tie breakers Students work through a highly visual PowerPoint answering questions in each round. The animations in the PowerPoint allow you to create interest and allow students time to answer questions. Examples of the Rank and File, Bunny Anagram and Name the Object rounds are included to make instructions clear and accessible. Once the quiz has been completed, students mark each other’s answers and work through a range of questions that can create further discussion. Questions are appropriate to a secondary school and college aged student. The eight rounds of questions last for between 50 minutes and 1 hour (depending on how much time you give students to answer the questions). Round Two (Bunny Anagrams) has a 90 second timer that can be shortened to 45 seconds or removed and made longer. Round Eight (Name the Number) can take longer for students to answer. It can a good idea to give them about five minutes per question. The other questions in the quiz can be moved through at a brisk pace. Working through the answers takes between 15 and 20 minutes. You can slow the progress down or speed it up depending on your group or lessons. Whole quiz time: 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes. The PowerPoint can be edited and adapted allowing you to change any questions to suit your students. Try out the free end of term quiz. Available in an End of Term Quiz Bundle
Christmas Quiz End of Term
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Christmas Quiz End of Term

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A great quiz for any lesson, form term or group. Appropriate for secondary school and college students (key stage 4 and 5, 11 to 18 year olds). A range of nine rounds of 75 questions (some with ten questions, some with five depending on the difficult and level of interest). Will take between an hour and 1 hour 30 minutes to complete. Appropriate for teams or individuals. An answer sheet is included with a teacher’s sheet that includes all the answers. • Round One: Who is in disguise? • Round Two: Name the Christmas Song • Round Three: Rank and File • Round Four: Actor Anagrams • Round Five: Multiple Choice • Round Six: Lost in Translation • Round Seven: What is that object? • Round Eight: First and Last • Round Nine: Name that number • Tie breakers Students work through a highly visual PowerPoint answering questions in each round. The animations in the PowerPoint allow you to create interest and allow students time to answer questions. Examples of the Rank and File round, Actor Anagram, Name the object and Name the number rounds are included to make instructions clear and accessible. Once the quiz has been completed, students mark each other’s answers and work through a range of questions that can create further discussion. Questions are appropriate to a secondary school and college aged student. The nine rounds of questions last for between 50 minutes and 1 hour (depending on how much time you give students to answer the questions). Round Two (Name the Christmas Song) and Round Four (Actor Anagrams) can take longer for students to answer. It can a good idea to give them about five minutes per anagram in Round Four. The other questions in the quiz can be moved through at a brisk pace. Working through the answers takes between 15 and 20 minutes. You can slow the progress down or speed it up depending on your group or lessons. Whole quiz time: 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes. The PowerPoint can be edited and adapted allowing you to change any questions to suit your students. Try out the free end of term quiz. Easter already and you’ve already used the Christmas and Summer Quiz? Try the Easter Quiz. Available in an End of Term Quiz Bundle
Importance of Being Earnest Extract Worksheets
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Importance of Being Earnest Extract Worksheets

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Nine extract analysis worksheets for The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. After a one page extract from the play, The Importance of Being Earnest, the worksheet contains three sections: Literary and linguistic technique spotting Three short answer question on the extract Three essay questions on the play Nine worksheets are included with three worksheets from each Act of the three acts of The Importance of Being Earnest. The worksheets contain space for annotation of the extract and answers to the short answer questions on the extract. The essay questions can provide an excellent opportunity for further study and homework beyond the extract.
Ice Breaker: Would You Rather
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Ice Breaker: Would You Rather

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Would You Rather PowerPoint slides. Get your students out of their chairs and voting with their feet with this Would You Rather PowerPoint. Great for back to school or first meetings with groups. A great icebreaker that gets students walking around, meeting new people, forming friendships based on shared interest and starting to talk to one another. Just project this PowerPoint on the board, get your students on their feet and get them moving. Each of the 15 slides offer two options. There are no right or wrong answers, just different opinions. Students can move to one side of the room or the other to indicate which of the two options they prefer. You can get an immediate insight into your students based on their opinions. This is a ten minutes activity (it could be longer if you want to get students to explain why they have made a decision).
The Handmaid's Tale Activity PowerPoints
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The Handmaid's Tale Activity PowerPoints

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A series of seven PowerPoints breaking The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood into sections. The sections are: Chapter 1 to 6 Chapter 7 to 12 Chapter 13 to 17 Chapter 18 to 23 Chapter 24 to 29 Chapter 30 to 40 Chapter 41 to 46 with Historical Notes Each section has its own PowerPoint with three to ten slides containing questions on the novel. Questions cover characters, events, narrative perspective and specific quotations. Activities are appropriate for an upper GCSE, A Level or college level student. In total, the PowerPoints contain 32 pages of activity focused slides with questions for students to answer. A help summary sheet is included to provide students with a way of remembering what happens in each chapter.
The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin Critical and Creative Activities
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The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin Critical and Creative Activities

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A pack of resources for a minimum of 1 hour and 30 minutes of teaching on ‘The Story of an Hour’ by Kate Chopin. The story is a public domain story that is freely available for use. All the images used in the pack are available for commercial use. The pack includes: • A copy of ‘The Story of an Hour’ in the format of a Word document with a glossary. • A two page student worksheet with a selection of activities and questions. • A student worksheet with answers to guide the teacher. • A 28 slide PowerPoint reflecting all activities on the worksheet which some extra explanation and contains useful links and reference to the creative activities. • A ten question PowerPoint comprehension quiz that can be shown on a whiteboard and students can mark their own answers. • Four creative writing prompt sheets that encourage students to continue to think about the themes and approaches of the story. • A lesson plan guide with the task split into three 30 minute sections. Work can, of course, be extended for longer sessions or 30 minute sessions can be put together for an hour lesson. This resource encourages close reading, critical writing and creative responses. Students can be set the work independently or the work can be presented in a more collaborative class atmosphere. Appropriate to GCSE students and A Level students of English.
A Streetcar Named Desire Worksheets
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A Streetcar Named Desire Worksheets

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A pack of resources for teaching A Streetcar named Desire by Tennessee Williams. The pack includes: • A series of 11 worksheets covering each scene of the play. Each worksheet includes two pages of questions for each scene, an extract from the scene with a number of writer’s methods for the student to find, a research task and three or more essay questions based on the scene, but also enabling students to discuss the rest of the play. • A key quotations worksheet. • A conflict and tension worksheet that identifies specific oppositions and themes for students to study. • A character evolution worksheet with space to identify key scenes and well as directing students towards how the characters start the play and how they are changed by the end of the play. • A scene summary worksheet that prompts students to write short summaries for all of the scenes. This resource encourages close reading, critical writing and creative responses. Students can be set the work independently or the work can be presented in a more collaborative class atmosphere. Appropriate to upper GCSE students and A Level students of English.
Creative Writing Fiction Prompts Series 1
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Creative Writing Fiction Prompts Series 1

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A series of engaging creative writing prompts with a differentiated set of worksheets. A powerpoint with 20 creative writing prompts providing a visual motivation with the guidance of activities and questions to get students started with their creative writing. A set of worksheets provide support for five of the creative writing prompts. The worksheets act as handouts for students at three levels of ability: Expert level: students are provided with a picture for inspiration and an opening line. Advanced: in addition to the picture for inspiration and an opening line, Advanced worksheets also contain idea generating questions. Foundation: in addition to a picture for inspiration, an opening line and idea generating questions, Foundation worksheets also contain sentences starts to ensure variety of sentences and wow words to add variety to student writing. In additional to 20 prompt images with questions on the powerpoint to motivate student creative writing, there is a set of reflection questions on the powerpoint. Reflection questions are differentiated between dialogue, description and perspective writing to get students to think about their own writing. A revision slide will allow students to consider way of changing their writing. A final slide with ten opening lines provide a final opportunity for creative writing and a set of work that could be set as homework. This is the first series of Creative Writing Fiction Prompts. A sample worksheet and second series of Creative Writing Fiction Prompts are also available: Free Sample Creative Writing Fiction Prompt Worksheet Second Series of Creative Writing Fiction Prompts (Powerpoint only)
To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell
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To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell

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To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell is a detailed set of teaching activities that progress students through an understanding of the poem with a 12 page PowerPoint presentation. The PowerPoint presentation covers: 1. A starter activity focused on the title that frames the approaches of the students. 2. Links to readings of the poems and a short Kahoot quiz. 3. Brief contextual information about Andrew Marvell and Metaphysical Poets. 4. Notes on the structure of the poem to provide students with a way to approach the poem. 5. Questions that focus on a close reading of the three sections of the poem. 6. Broad questions about Marvell’s use of satire and the role of love in the poem. 7. A creative activity to apply their understanding of the structure and get students to think beyond the poem. After working through the PowerPoint presentation and the questions, students should have an awareness of the specific literary elements of the poem and broad understanding of the larger concepts, such as love.
End of Term Quiz Bundle: Summer, Christmas and Easter
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End of Term Quiz Bundle: Summer, Christmas and Easter

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Three quizzes ideal for the end of Autumn, Spring and Summer term with Christmas, Easter and Summer themes. Quizzes are great for any lesson, form term or group. Appropriate for secondary school and college students (key stage 4 and 5, 11 to 18 year olds). A range of rounds with 60 to 75 questions (some with ten questions, some with five depending on the difficulty and level of interest). Each quiz takes between an hour and 1 hour 30 minutes to complete. Appropriate for teams or individuals, but more fun with teams. An answer sheet is included with a teacher’s sheet that includes all the answers. Students work through a highly visual PowerPoints answering questions in each round. The animations in the PowerPoint allow you to create interest and allow students time to answer questions. Examples of the Rank and File round, Actor Anagram, What is that object and Name that number rounds are included to make instructions clear and accessible. Once each quiz has been completed, students mark the answers of the other teams and work through a range of questions that can create further discussion. Questions are appropriate to a secondary school and college aged student. Whole quiz time for each quiz: 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes. The PowerPoint can be edited and adapted allowing you to change any questions to suit your students. Christmas Quiz Rounds: • Round One: Who is in disguise? • Round Two: Name the Christmas Song • Round Three: Rank and File • Round Four: Actor Anagrams • Round Five: Multiple Choice • Round Six: Lost in Translation • Round Seven: What is that object? • Round Eight: First and Last • Round Nine: Name that number • Tie breakers Easter Quiz Rounds: • Round One: Chocolate Slogans • Round Two: Bunny Anagrams • Round Three: Disguised as a Bunny • Round Four: What is that object? • Round Five: Rank and File • Round Six: First and Last • Round Seven: Multiple Choice • Round Eight: Name that number • Tie breakers Summer Quiz Rounds: • Round One: Who is in disguise? • Round Two: Name the Summer Song • Round Three: Rank and File • Round Four: Actor Anagrams • Round Five: Multiple Choice • Round Six: Lost in Translation • Round Seven: What is that object? • Round Eight: First and Last • Round Nine: Name that number • Tie breakers Try out the free Summer quiz.
Creative Writing Fiction Prompt Powerpoint Series 2
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Creative Writing Fiction Prompt Powerpoint Series 2

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A powerpoint with a series of 20 engaging creative writing prompts. Provides a visual motivation with the guidance of activities and questions to get students started with their creative writing. In additional to 20 prompt images with questions on the powerpoint to motivate student creative writing, there is a set of reflection questions on the powerpoint. Reflection questions are differentiated between dialogue, description and perspective writing to get students to think about their own writing. A revision slide will allow students to consider way of changing their writing. A final slide with ten opening lines provide a final opportunity for creative writing and a set of work that could be set as homework. This is the second series of creative writing prompts available. The first series is available: Creative Writing Fiction Prompts Powerpoint and Worksheets
Short Story Critical and Creative Writing Bundle
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Short Story Critical and Creative Writing Bundle

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Packs of resources for ‘The Story of an Hour’ by Kate Chopin and ‘The Oval Portrait’ by Edgar Allan Poe. Each pack provides a minimum of 1 hour and 30 minutes of teaching. Both stories is a public domain story that is freely available for use. All the images used in the pack are available for commercial use. Each pack includes: • A copy of story in the format of a Word document with an optional glossary. • A two page student worksheet with a selection of activities and questions. • A student worksheet with answers to guide the teacher. • A PowerPoint reflecting all activities on the worksheet which some extra explanation and contains useful links and reference to the creative activities. Each PowerPoint is over 25 slides. • A ten question PowerPoint comprehension quiz that can be shown on a whiteboard and students can mark their own answers. • Four creative writing prompt sheets that encourage students to continue to think about the themes and approaches of the story. • A lesson plan guide with the task split into three 30 minute sections. Work can, of course, be extended for longer sessions or 30 minute sessions can be put together for an hour lesson. Both resource packs encourage close reading, critical writing and creative responses. Students can be set the work independently or the work can be presented in a more collaborative class atmosphere. Appropriate to GCSE students and A Level students of English.
The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald PowerPoint Quizzes
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The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald PowerPoint Quizzes

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A series of multiple choice comprehension quizzes in PowerPoint. Each quiz has 10 to 15 questions with an answer section. Perfect for students to write down their answers and then mark their own (or each other’s answers). The pack of quizzes include: 9 separate chapter specific quizzes each with 15 questions (135 questions in total) What happens when quiz: testing students on what happens in what chapters across the novel Which party quiz: testing students on what happens in the parties in the first three chapters Car motif quiz: testing students on how effectively they noticed references to cars across the novel PowerPoints are separate and can be run one after another or individually depending on your students’ progress through the novel. Answers are included in the second half of the quiz with teacher controlled animated answer reveals. Quizzes are controlled by the teacher and can take anything from 10 minutes to 20 minutes to complete in class. Try out a free The Great Gatsby Quiz
The Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe Critical and Creative Activities
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The Oval Portrait by Edgar Allan Poe Critical and Creative Activities

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A pack of resources for a minimum of 1 hour and 30 minutes of teaching on ‘The Oval Portrait’ by Edgar Allan Poe. The story is a public domain story that is freely available for use. All the images used in the pack are available for commercial use. The pack includes: • A copy of ‘The Oval Portrait’ in the format of a Word document with an optional glossary. • A two page student worksheet with a selection of activities and questions. • A student worksheet with answers to guide the teacher. • A 35 slide PowerPoint reflecting all activities on the worksheet which some extra explanation and contains useful links and reference to the creative activities. • A ten question PowerPoint comprehension quiz that can be shown on a whiteboard and students can mark their own answers. • Four creative writing prompt sheets that encourage students to continue to think about the themes and approaches of the story. • A lesson plan guide with the task split into three 30 minute sections. Work can, of course, be extended for longer sessions or 30 minute sessions can be put together for an hour lesson. This resource encourages close reading, critical writing and creative responses. Students can be set the work independently or the work can be presented in a more collaborative class atmosphere. Appropriate to GCSE students and A Level students of English. Also available: ‘The Story of an Hour’ Also available the Short Story Bundle which includes ‘The Oval Portrait’ and ‘The Story of an Hour’
William Blake: 10 A Level Practice Exam Questions
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William Blake: 10 A Level Practice Exam Questions

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A pack of 10 practice examination papers that follow the poem and theme structure of the OCR English Language and Literature A Level Paper 2 (The Language of Poetry and Plays) Section A (specification number H474). The practice exam questions consist of a theme focused question with a William Blake poem. The questions focus on issues relevant to the study of a range of 10 William Blake’s poems from Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience. These are the 10 poems currently being examined on the 2022 OCR English Language and Literature A Level Paper 2 exam. Each question provides a different theme and then asks students to complete a detailed analysis of a different poems followed by a comparison to other poems by William Blake. Students are required to engage with the theme and apply it to their analysis of the poem included as well as other William Blake poems that they are expected to recall from their study of his poetry.
The Importance of Being Earnest: 10 A Level Practice Extract Exam Questions
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The Importance of Being Earnest 10 A Level Practice Extract Exam Questions A pack of 10 practice examination questions that follow the extract and theme structure of the OCR English Language and Literature A Level Paper 2 (The Language of Poetry and Plays) Section B (specification number H474). The practice exam question consist of a theme focused question with an extract of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. The questions focus on issues relevant to the study of a range of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. The questions include an extract from the play which is currently being examined on the 2022 OCR English Language and Literature A Level Paper 2 exam. Each question provides a different theme and then asks students to complete a detailed analysis of an extract from the play before discussing other sections of the play. Students are required to engage with the theme and apply it to their analysis of the extract included as well as other sections of The Importance of Being Earnest. This is a closed text exam and students are expected to recall the rest of the play from their study.
Creative Writing Fiction Prompt Worksheet
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Creative Writing Fiction Prompt Worksheet

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Creative writing fiction prompt with a differentiated set of worksheets. A creative writing prompt providing a visual motivation with the guidance of activities and questions to get students started with their creative writing. A set of worksheets provide support for a creative writing prompt. The worksheets act as handouts for students at three levels of ability: Expert level: students are provided with a picture for inspiration and an opening line. Advanced: in addition to the picture for inspiration and an opening line, Advanced worksheets also contain idea generating questions. Foundation: in addition to a picture for inspiration, an opening line and idea generating questions, Foundation worksheets also contain sentences starts to ensure variety of sentences and wow words to add variety to student writing. A series of 3 worksheets at the three levels of Expert, Advanced and Foundation are available with a Powerpoint of 20 Creative Writing Fiction Prompts. Creative Writing Fiction Prompts: Series 1 Worksheets and Powerpoint Creative Writing Fiction Prompts: Series 2 Powerpoint