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Frankenstein - Chapter 24
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Frankenstein - Chapter 24

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A complete lesson on Chapters 24 from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ( 1831 ed.). The lesson explores the final chapter of Frankenstein through analysis of Victor, Walton and the Creature’s final statements. The second task is a set of group tasks, examining how the themes of the novel are treated by the end of the novel. The final part of the lesson is a game of ‘beat the teacher’. **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Othello - Jealousy
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Othello - Jealousy

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LO1 to mind-map our ideas about jealousy (AO1) LO2 to try to come up with around 3 statements of what Shakespeare seems to be saying about or through jealousy in Othello and to organise our ideas into a coherent essay plan (AO1) LO3 to make sure we have considered elements we can include that respond to AO2 (analyse how meaning is shaped), AO3 (contextual factors) and AO5 (other critical readings) (AO2, AO3, and AO5) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Keats, 'Ode to a Nightingale'
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Keats, 'Ode to a Nightingale'

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A full lesson, including a ‘do now’ activity as students settle, an overarching session question, detailed context, scaffolded guided questions for analysis of sound, language, figurative language, structure and form. Includes a complete analysis of the poem. EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature Paper 3: Poetry, Section B: The Romantics
Wordsworth, 'Tintern Abbey'
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Wordsworth, 'Tintern Abbey'

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A full lesson, including a ‘do now’ activity as students settle, an overarching session question, detailed context, scaffolded guided questions for analysis of sound, language, figurative language, structure and form. EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature Paper 3: Poetry, Section B: The Romantics
Keats, 'Ode on a Grecian Urn'
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Keats, 'Ode on a Grecian Urn'

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A full lesson, including a ‘do now’ activity as students settle, an overarching session question, detailed context, scaffolded guided questions for analysis of sound, language, figurative language, structure and form. Includes a Massolit llecture link, but your school will have to have a subscription to access it (lbut the lesson is still complete without it!) EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature Paper 3: Poetry, Section B: The Romantics
Blake, 'Holy Thursday' (Experience)
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Blake, 'Holy Thursday' (Experience)

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A full lesson, including a ‘do now’ activity as students settle, an overarching session question, detailed context, scaffolded guided questions for analysis of sound, language, figurative language, structure and form. EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature Paper 3: Poetry, Section B: The Romantics
Frankenstein - Chapters 1-3
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Frankenstein - Chapters 1-3

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An Introduction to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ( 1831 ed.). Genre, terminology, context and scaffolded questions for Chapter 1-3. **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Tutorial - Eating Well at University
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Tutorial - Eating Well at University

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A half-hour tutorial lesson for Year 13 students on how to eat well and cheaply at university. This session was requested by my tutor group as they were feeling anxious about budgeting, The lesson gets students thinking about how much money they use each week, what meals are cheap and easy to cook, and leads them on to further research of recipes.
Blake, 'Holy Thursday' (Innocence)
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Blake, 'Holy Thursday' (Innocence)

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A full lesson, including a ‘do now’ activity as students settle, detailed context, scaffolded guided questions for analysis of sound, language, figurative language, structure and form, and a final Marxist lense reading for developing arguments and context. EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature Paper 3: Poetry, Section B: The Romantics
Wordsworth, 'Intimations of Immortality'
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Wordsworth, 'Intimations of Immortality'

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A full lesson, including a ‘do now’ activity as students settle, an overarching session question, detailed context, scaffolded guided questions for analysis of sound, language, figurative language, structure and form. EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature Paper 3: Poetry, Section B: The Romantics
Keats, 'Sonnet on the Sea'
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Keats, 'Sonnet on the Sea'

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A full lesson, including a ‘do now’ activity as students settle, an overarching session question, detailed context, scaffolded guided questions for analysis of sound, language, figurative language, structure and form. Very detailed, full analysis of poem given. EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature Paper 3: Poetry, Section B: The Romantics
Frankenstein - Chapters 20 and 21
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Frankenstein - Chapters 20 and 21

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A complete lesson on Chapters 20 and 21 from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ( 1831 ed.). The lesson explores the destruction of the female monster, using Anne K Mellor’s ‘Possessing Nature: the female in Frankenstein’ as a basis for a scaffolded paragraph task. **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Frankenstein - Chapters 9 and 10
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Frankenstein - Chapters 9 and 10

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A complete lesson on Chapters 9 and 10 from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein ( 1831 ed.). The lesson recaps earlier concepts covered on the course, such as the Sublime, the Romantic protagonist and the Gothic. An exploration of allusions, such as P. B. Shelley’s poem ‘Mutability’ and Milton’s Paradise Lost (1667), and theory, such as the Gothic double, doppelgangers, and Julia Kristeva’s ‘Abjection’ are included, alongside concept checking questions and close analysis of extracts from Chapters 9 and 10. **EdExcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+. Paper 2: ‘Science and Society’. **
Othello - Act 5.2
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Othello - Act 5.2

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LO1 To analyse Othello’s opening soliloquy in Act 5 scene 2 and consider how he finds ‘cause’ for Desdemona’s death (AO2) LO2 To explore the final fate of each character at the end of the play and consider whether there was ‘cause’ for their ending (AO2 and AO5) LO3 To reflect on whether there is any justice in the play overall (AO5) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Othello - Patriarchal Dominance
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Othello - Patriarchal Dominance

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LO1 to consider the role of patriarchy in the early 1600s (AO3) LO2 to analyse evidence of the impact of patriarchy on Emilia and Desdemona (AO2) LO3 to plan an essay response about ‘dominance and submission’ in Othello (AO1, AO2, AO3, AO5) Extension and stretch and challenge activities are embedded throughout; the lesson has an overarching question which encourages the development of higher order thinking. Opportunities for paragraph writing and peer assessment are also utilised. AS/A Level English Literature (2015+) Paper 1, Section A: Shakespeare
Peer Review HO
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Peer Review HO

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A handout to guide learners through an effective peer review, in line with Edexcel’s A Level English Literature 2015+.