ROMEO AND JULIET THEME REVISION CARDS (violence, love, family honour, fate, death, isolation)

ROMEO AND JULIET THEME REVISION CARDS (violence, love, family honour, fate, death, isolation)

Printer-friendly Revision cards for 6 themes in Romeo and Juliet. Each card has 3 sections: parts of the play where the theme is important key quotations for each theme context notes for each theme Includes a full revision lesson with resources, starter and plenary where students make notes about all the quotations to check understanding using the accompanying worksheet. Answers are provided for all 40+ quotations on the PowerPoint.
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An Inspector Calls: Model responses for AQA 2017 English Literature Paper 2

An Inspector Calls: Model responses for AQA 2017 English Literature Paper 2

Six exemplar responses on character and theme questions for An Inspector Calls. The model essays range in quality from grade 5 standard to grade 8/9. I have added the mark awarded to each essay after requests in the feedback. Includes: Explore how Priestly uses Mr Birling to explore ideas about class. Explore how Priestly uses Sheila to explore ideas about responsibility. How is Eva Smith significant in the play? Explore how Priestley uses Gerald to explore ideas about responsibility. Explore the importance of Inspector Goole.
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Power and Conflict Poetry Revision Grid: Extended Version

Power and Conflict Poetry Revision Grid: Extended Version

This A3 revision sheet contains concise notes for all 15 poems under the following headings: Power Conflict 5 Key quotations Structure Context There are 3 differentiated accompanying worksheets that direct students towards effective use of the revision grid by writing the opening to a range of questions with different levels of prompting. Includes 15 sample AQA style questions (one per poem). There are some differentiated suggestions on how students can use the grid to revise. You could purchase this as part of my power and conflict bundle which also includes lots of other revision resources on the poems along with several writing frames.
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Power and Conflict Poetry Revision Grid: Extended Version

Power and Conflict Poetry Revision Grid: Extended Version

This A3 revision sheet contains concise notes for all 15 poems under the following headings: Power Conflict 5 Key quotations Structure Context There are 3 differentiated accompanying worksheets that direct students towards effective use of the revision grid by writing the opening to a range of questions with different levels of prompting. Includes 15 sample AQA style questions (one per poem). There are some differentiated suggestions on how students can use the grid to revise. You could purchase this as part of my power and conflict bundle which also includes lots of other revision resources on the poems along with several writing frames.
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An Inspector Calls: Model responses for AQA 2017 English Literature Paper 2

An Inspector Calls: Model responses for AQA 2017 English Literature Paper 2

Six exemplar responses on character and theme questions for An Inspector Calls. The model essays range in quality from grade 5 standard to grade 8/9. I have added the mark awarded to each essay after requests in the feedback. Includes: Explore how Priestly uses Mr Birling to explore ideas about class. Explore how Priestly uses Sheila to explore ideas about responsibility. How is Eva Smith significant in the play? Explore how Priestley uses Gerald to explore ideas about responsibility. Explore the importance of Inspector Goole.
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10 writing frames for comparing Power and Conflict poems. (Tissue, Remains, Prelude, Poppies etc)

10 writing frames for comparing Power and Conflict poems. (Tissue, Remains, Prelude, Poppies etc)

Writing frames to help structure comparisons for... Storm on the Island and Exposure (conflict with nature) Prelude and Ozymandias (power) Tissue and Ozymandias (conflict) Bayonet Charge and Charge of the light brigade (conflict) Storm on the Island and The Prelude (conflict) London and The Emigree (power of a place) Remains and Poppies (conflict) War Photographer and Remains (conflict) My Last Duchess and Ozymandias (power of pride) My Last Duchess and Checking out me History (frustration)
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Male aggression in Romeo and Juliet - exam walk through

Male aggression in Romeo and Juliet - exam walk through

PowerPoint for an exam walk-through looking at the AQA Question from May 2017. Differentiated starter: define the key words linked to male aggression and make links. Main: Analyse 5 key extracts that demonstrate male aggression with a focus on A01 and A02. Suggested answers are on the PowerPoint to guide students through each extract. Plenary: Draw a line graph to chart the intensity of male aggression across the play.
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REVISING KEY QUOTATIONS IN BLOOD BROTHERS FOR CHARACTERS AND THEMES (WITH ANSWERS)

REVISING KEY QUOTATIONS IN BLOOD BROTHERS FOR CHARACTERS AND THEMES (WITH ANSWERS)

A revision lesson on key quotations from Blood Brothers. Start by giving out the revision grid with only the quotations so students can analyse the top 6 quotations for each character. Then give out the answer sheet so students can compare their answers to the model. There is also a larger revision grid which contains quotations for each character linked to theme in case a theme question comes up.
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Romeo and Juliet: 20 key extracts to revise for GCSE 9-1 (with answers)

Romeo and Juliet: 20 key extracts to revise for GCSE 9-1 (with answers)

I have carefully selected 20 brief key extracts from the play. To complete the revision activity, students must work out what is happening in each extract, analyse two key quotations and make links to context, themes and ideas. This booklet is helping my students revise for the closed book examination. There are 4 A3 sheets covering Acts 1-5. Of the hundreds Romeo and Juliet resources I have created, this is probably the most effective. Also includes a PowerPoint with suggested answers for each extract. Includes an AQA version (with context) and an Eduqas version (without context).
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WJEC Unseen Poetry 2017 question EXAM WALK-THROUGH

WJEC Unseen Poetry 2017 question EXAM WALK-THROUGH

An exam walk-through lesson for the 2017 unseen poetry questions. The poems that featured were ‘A Child’s Sleep’ and ‘Night Feed’. This lesson can easily be adapted for an AQA revision lesson by simply changing the marks awarded for the two questions: AQA awards 24 marks for the single poem analysis and 8 marks for the comparison. EDUQAS awards 15 marks for the single poem analysis and 25 marks for the comparison
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WJEC/EDUQAS POETRY. REVISE 3 QUOTES FROM EACH POEM IN THE GCSE ANTHOLOGY

WJEC/EDUQAS POETRY. REVISE 3 QUOTES FROM EACH POEM IN THE GCSE ANTHOLOGY

3 lessons with PowerPoints and resources to help students revise 3 key quotations for each of the 18 poems in the EDUQAS 9-1 Poetry anthology. Lesson 1: Revise 3 quotations from each poem in the Eduqas GCSE Poetry anthology. Includes the answers on the powerpoint appearing one by one with the mouse click. Lesson 2: Check understanding by identifying the key quotations and using images to commit them to long term memory. There is also an extension activity asking students to pair up the poems and create discriminating comparisons. Lesson 3: Revise 3 key words for each poem. Use a code to explore comparisons between poems.
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Power and Conflict Revision Activity: 5 key quotations for each poem with answer sheet and video

Power and Conflict Revision Activity: 5 key quotations for each poem with answer sheet and video

Essential to help with the closed book poetry exam, this revision sheet contains 5 key quotations from each poem in the Power and Conflict section of the anthology. It asks students to make notes on the significance of each quotation. Also includes an answer sheet for teachers with some notes about why I selected each quotation. Also includes an audio/video recording of the answers. Also includes a blank grid for students who want to select their own 5 quotations to memorise for the closed book examination. Students must write a brief note to explain why each note is important. It is a useful exercise for making students revise their annotations.
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