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I have worked within secondary education for the last eight years. I upload a lot of lessons for KS3-KS4 studnets. I try to make sure all of my lessons are differentiated to help students in the best way possible.

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I have worked within secondary education for the last eight years. I upload a lot of lessons for KS3-KS4 studnets. I try to make sure all of my lessons are differentiated to help students in the best way possible.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Chapter Seven
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Chapter Seven

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking focusing largely on chapter seven of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The lesson works well for revision as it tests learner’s ability to recall the key chapters within the novella and they key events. The lesson moves on to look at the theme of good and evil and how this is conveyed in key sections of the text. The lesson works well both face-to-face as well as online and have been tried and tested with my own groups. If you liked this resource, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Belfast Confetti
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Belfast Confetti

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This is a full differentiated lesson looking at the poem, Belfast Confetti by Ciaran Carson. The lesson helps learners understand the context surrounding the poem and the techniques used by the poet to convey conflict within the poem. The lesson has many opportunities for AFL and also has a cloze passage to help gauge learners’ comprehension of the poem. This lesson has been tried and tested with my own groups and can be taught either online or face-to-face with ease. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
English Language: Paper 1 L2
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English Language: Paper 1 L2

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at some of the key questions of the paper one exam-explorations in creative reading and writing. The lesson helps students to gain a strong understanding of key language and structural techniques and how to apply these to their exam responses. The lesson also helps learners to develop their creative writing skills, with a four-step guide to writing their response. The lesson has many opportunities for AFL as well as model examples. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups and can be taught both online and face-to-face. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
English Language: Paper One
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English Language: Paper One

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at some of the key questions of the paper one exam-explorations in creative reading and writing. The lesson helps students to gain a strong understanding of key language and structural techniques and how to apply these to their exam responses. The lesson also helps learners to develop their creative writing skills, with a four-step guide to writing their response. The lesson has many opportunities for AFL as well as model examples. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups and can be taught both online and face-to-face. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Cousin Kate L2
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Cousin Kate L2

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the second half of the poem Cousin Kate. The lesson helps learners understand the three characters within the poem and their roles within the text. Additionally, the lesson helps learners to gain a good understanding of the poem in terms of language, structure and form. The lesson has many opportunities for AFL and has been tried and tested with my own groups. The lesson can be taught both online and face-to-face. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources which are uploaded each week.
Cousin Kate
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Cousin Kate

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the first half of the poem Cousin Kate. The lesson helps learners understand the key contextual information that has impacted the poem and to gain a good understanding of the poem in terms of language, structure and form. The lesson has many opportunities for AFL and has been tried and tested with my own groups. The lesson can be taught both online and face-to-face. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources which are uploaded each week.
Othello: L14
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Othello: L14

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at act four of Othello. The lesson helps learners to understand the development of Othello’s character and his mental state as he starts to suspect his wife of being with Cassio. The lesson has multiple opportunities for AFL and comes with a model response. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups and can be taught both online and face-to-face. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Othello L15
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Othello L15

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This is a fully differentiated, fifteen slide lesson looking at key scenes within act four of the play Othello. The lesson looks at the development of the character of Emilia and her role within the play as Othello’s marriage breaks down. The lesson looks at key extracts within the play and helps learners to break them down to gain a deeper comprehension of the play and the characters. The lesson has many opportunities for AFL and includes a model response. The lesson has been designed to be taught both online and face-to-face and requires no additional printing or source material. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups, if you liked this lesson then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Othello L17
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Othello L17

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at act four of Othello and the manipulative nature of Iago. The lesson has been designed to help learners understand key extracts of the play and apply their understanding to an exam-style question. The lesson has a model response and helps learners to understand how to structure their own response. This lesson has been tried and tested with my own groups and has been designed to be taught either online or face-to-face and requires no additional printing. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my Othello bundle and also my shop which is updated each week.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Appearance
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Appearance

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at chapter nine of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The lesson helps learners understand the perception of good and evil within Victorian sociaty and how this is conveyed within the novella. The lesson helps learners to understand key sections of the novella and to analyse them for deeper understanding. The lesson has many opportunities for ALF and has a model response to help learners to approach an exam-style question. This lesson works well both online and face to face and has been tried and tested with my own groups. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

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These are a collection of differentiated lessons looking at key extracts from Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. the lessons have been designed to help level up learners current understanding of the text in preparation for their GCSE exams. they cover key themes and contextual factors that impact our interpretation of the text and have many opportunities for AFL These lessons may be taught both online or face to face and have been tried and tested with ny own groups. If you liked this bundle then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Chapter Ten
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Chapter Ten

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at chapter ten of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The lesson helps learners understand the importance of the chapter and how to identify key quotations and techniques used within the extract. This lesson can be taught both online and face-to-face and has been tried and tested with my own groups. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Fear
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Fear

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the theme of fear in Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The lesson helps learners gain an understanding of the contextual factors that have impacted the themes within the novella and how this is seen in a key extract of the text. The lesson helps learners to identify key quotations and to structure their response to an exam-style question. The lesson has opportunities for AFL and a model example. This lesson can be taught both online or face-to-face and has been tried and tested with my own groups. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Power and Conflict
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Power and Conflict

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This is a fully differentiated selection of lessons looking at some of the key poems in the Power and Conflict poetry anthology for AQA. Each lesson has been designed to help guide students through some of the fundamental aspects of the poems. In addition, each lesson has been structured to help stretch and challenge learners, as well as promoting a love of learning.
Exposure L1
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Exposure L1

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the first four stanzas of the poem, “Exposure,” by Wilfred Owen. The poem helps learners gain a good understanding of the context surrounding the poet and helps them to work through key parts of the poem. The lesson has many opportunities for AFL and has a model example to helps learners to being writing their own response to an exam question. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups and can be taught both online and face-to-face. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Othello L19
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Othello L19

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the start of act five in the play Othello. The lesson looks at the contextual factors that influenced crime and punishment and how it may be applied to help understand the play. The lesson focuses on the character of Iago and his development throughout the play and his ability to manipulate Roderigo to do his bidding. The lesson helps learners to understand some of the key concepts within the play, analyse key extracts of act five, and apply their understanding to an exam-style question. The lesson has a model example and has been designed for teaching both online and face to face lessons. If you liked this resource, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
The Class Game
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The Class Game

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at The Class Game by Marey Casey. The lesson looks at understanding how language, structure and form has been used to present the theme of conflict. The lesson has a model response and helps learners to plan a response to an exam-style question. The lesson also looks at drawing comparisons to the other poems in the anthology. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups and has been designed to require no additional printing. If you liked this recourse, then please check out my poetry bundle and my shop which is updated each week.
No Problem: Poetry
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No Problem: Poetry

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the poem, “No Problem” by Benjamin Zephaniah. The lesson looks at some contextual factors surrounding the poem and helps learners understand how language, structure and form has been used to convey the conflict within the poem. The lesson includes a model response and helps learners to start making comparisons with the other poems in the anthology. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups and has been designed to be taught either online or face-to-face. If you liked this lesson, then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.
Othello L18
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Othello L18

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the end of act four of the play Othello. The lesson focuses on the development of the characters of Desdemona and Emilla and on the theme of adultery. The lesson looks at the social expectations of the time and helps learners to draw key comparisons between the two people. The lesson includes a model response and has been designed to be taught both online and face-to-face. If you liked this resource, then please check out my shop which is updated each week.
War Photographer: Carole Satyamurti
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War Photographer: Carole Satyamurti

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This is a fully differentiated lesson looking at the poem, “War Photographer” by Carole Satyamurti. The poem looks in-depth at the role and risks of being a War Photographer and how this could affect our interpretation of the poem. The lesson takes learners through each stanza to help them gain a good understanding to then apply to an exam-style question. In addition, there is a model response to help learners to craft their own response. This seventeen-slide lesson has been designed to be delivered both online and face-to-face. All of my lessons have been tried and tested with my own groups; if you liked this lesson then please check out my shop for more lessons and resources uploaded each week.