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Shelley, 'The Question'
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Shelley, 'The Question'

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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
Introduction to Genre and Dystopia PPT and HO
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Introduction to Genre and Dystopia PPT and HO

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An introduction to genre and dystopian fiction, using Shirley Jackson’s ‘The Lottery’. Key terms genre convention motif/trope theme intertextuality genrebending dystopia speculative fiction apocalyptic fiction antithesis antagonist conflict analogy
Intro to Postcolonial Studies
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Intro to Postcolonial Studies

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A flipped learning introduction to postcolonial studies. LO1 to introduce postcolonialism as a critical lens (AO1, AO3, AO5) LO2 to apply this critical lens to different modes of text (AO2, AO5) LO3 to analyse an extract from each of the six novel extracts using a postcolonial perspective (AO2, AO5)
Feaver, 'The Gun' PPT
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Feaver, 'The Gun' PPT

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A full lesson on the poem ‘The Gun’ by Vicki Feaver. Poems of Decade, Forward Poetry (2011) Edexcel AS/A English Literature, 2015+
Othello - Act 1.3
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Othello - Act 1.3

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This fully scaffolded lesson encourages learners to reflect on and respond to alternative readings of the play’s opening, consider the significance of the political backdrop to Act 1 scene 3 and to explore how Shakespeare creates initial impressions of Desdemona’s character. 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 - Act 3.4
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Othello - Act 3.4

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LO1 To explore the symbolic and dramatic significance of Desdemona’s handkerchief in Act 3 scene 4 (AO2) LO2 To consider how Shakespeare uses the concept of the four humours in Act 3 scene 4 (AO2 and AO3) LO3 To analyse the role of Bianca in Act 3 scene 4 (AO2) 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 - 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
Frankenstein - Narrative Voice and Structure Revision
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Frankenstein - Narrative Voice and Structure Revision

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A revision session which looks at the Narrative Voice and Structure in Frankenstein. This session overviews the structure of Edexcel’s Paper 2: Prose Comparison, provides a list of key prose terminology and key quotes from the novel as well as talks through three different ways we can look at the structure of the novel. The plenary asks learners to make initial connections between the narrators and structure between this novel and Never Let Me Go, but can easily be edited for any other text. Edexcel AS/A Level English Literature 2015+ Paper 2: Prose Comparison
Byron, 'So We'll Go No More A'Roving'
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Byron, 'So We'll Go No More A'Roving'

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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
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
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
Wordsworth, 'Lines Written in Early Spring'
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Wordsworth, 'Lines Written in Early Spring'

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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
Mary Shelley's, Frankenstein - Complete Lessons
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Mary Shelley's, Frankenstein - Complete Lessons

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A complete set of 13 lessons which deliver an in-depth analysis of the novel, it’s context, and critical interpretation of the novel through concept checking questions, detailed close text analysis modeling, and individual, pair and group tasks.
Othello - Act 4.1
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Othello - Act 4.1

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LO1 To develop our ability to respond to alternative readings of the opening to Act 4 (AO5) LO2 To explore how Iago stages ‘ocular proof’ of Desdemona’s unfaithfulness in Act 4 scene 1 (AO2) LO3 To introduce the significance of Shakespeare’s use of verse and prose (AO2) and analyse how Shakespeare uses this to suggest Othello’s collapsing state of mind (AO1 and AO2) 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 - Act 5.1
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Othello - Act 5.1

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LO1 To consider the dramatic significance of Act 5 scene 1 and to reflect on Roderigo’s role in the play (AO2) LO2 To reflect on the dramatic role and thematic significance of Bianca in the play (AO1 and AO2) LO3 To explore whether Shakespeare portrays Desdemona and Emilia as passive victims or being active in determining their own fate (AO2 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
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+.