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I'm an experienced English teacher, senior leader and examiner with a wealth of experience teaching English across all key stages. Having examined for AQA and WJEC, I have a precise knowledge of how to support students so they can make maximum progress in their learning.

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I'm an experienced English teacher, senior leader and examiner with a wealth of experience teaching English across all key stages. Having examined for AQA and WJEC, I have a precise knowledge of how to support students so they can make maximum progress in their learning.
AQA Love and Relationships Revision Grid for all 15 poems
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AQA Love and Relationships Revision Grid for all 15 poems

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This is a detailed A3 revision grid that has information on all 15 poems from the love and relationship cluster for AQA. It includes points on the theme of love/relationships, five key quotes for each poem, comments on the form/structure and points on context for each one. Use this as a revision tool so that students have a secure understanding on the main ideas linked to each one.
Writing Informal Letters for Transactional Writing
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Writing Informal Letters for Transactional Writing

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A fully differentiated set of lessons that has the LOs running on every slide. The lessons use bronze, silver and gold tasks to challenge all learners and gives opportunities for students to develop their transactional writing skills, much needed for the Language examination for every exam board.
AQA Comparison lesson The Farmer's Bride and Sonnet 29
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AQA Comparison lesson The Farmer's Bride and Sonnet 29

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A revision lesson for year 11 who already have an understanding of the poems. This reminds them of the skills of comparative responses, and recaps of two of the poems from the AQA anthology - love and relationships. The lesson has: Bell task on entry LOs beginning, middle and end to review progress Links to exam details Collaboration built in Oracy Task Model essay response Bronze, silver, gold task Plenary
Full Paper 1 English GCSE
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Full Paper 1 English GCSE

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If you need more paper 1 practice, but are running out of papers, then here is one I have created for your yr 11s to develop their exam responses. It includes all four questions for reading and both writing tasks for Q5 for AQA. It could easily be adapted for different specifications. I hope you find this useful :)
Macbeth Revision Grid
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Macbeth Revision Grid

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A simple resource to be used in lessons for revison or could easily be given for homework. This is ideal to get your students to think about five key moments for each character/ theme and for them to find quotes, which link to these.
Macduff lessons x3
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Macduff lessons x3

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The character that teachers forget to focus on in detail! An important set of lessons all focused on the influence Macduff has on the play. They are fully differentiated and will focus students on exam skills.
A3 Revision Mat An Inspector Calls
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A3 Revision Mat An Inspector Calls

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A great resource that allows students to know the key five moments for each character. Super for revision in the run up to the exams or it can also be laminated and used a resource within your lesson to support students’ learning.
Macbeth Bundle
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Macbeth Bundle

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Twelve lessons on Macbeth with some work sheets that are all differentiated and great to help student revise in preparation for their examination.
Macbeth Witches lessons x3
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Macbeth Witches lessons x3

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Three fully differentiated lessons that focus on the character of the Witches in the play. The lessons are exam focused for year 11 and use bronze, silver and gold to challenge all learners.
Macbeth Model Answer
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Macbeth Model Answer

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A free Macbeth model answer that uses a differentiated task to get students to assess it. This can be used for revision or before students do a mock exam to get them to consider how to deveop their ideas. The focus of the question is ‘how Macbeth’s hallucinations and visions are important’ in the extract and across the play.