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A Midsummer Night's Dream  lockdown work remote learning booklet
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A Midsummer Night's Dream lockdown work remote learning booklet

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A fully differentiated 21-lesson home learning booklet aimed at introducing year 7 students to * A Midsummer Night’s Dream*. Links are included to resources which will enable students to access the play independently at home. Lessons include: Research into Shakespeare’s life and theatre Reading and watching of the play Creative responses Analysis work on key scenes Ending in a creative project Students will learn about context, complete analysis of character and setting, and write creatively.
Shakespeare home learning villains scheme remote distance learning lockdown work
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Shakespeare home learning villains scheme remote distance learning lockdown work

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A 12-lesson scheme of learning aimed at Key Stage 3 (year 8, but would work for year 7 or 9) on “The Bard’s Baddies”. The scheme guides students to learn about Othello, Richard III and Macbeth to analyse the key villains in each play (Iago, Richard III and Lady Macbeth). There are opportunities for online research, creative writing, comparison and close analysis of Shakespeare’s writing. The scheme ends with a comparative analysis of the villains in the three plays. The scheme is designed for students working independently at home, potentially for the lockdown period.
An Inspector Calls Jeremy Kyle role play hot seat
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An Inspector Calls Jeremy Kyle role play hot seat

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A role play-based lesson that uses the format of The Jeremy Kyle Show to explore all the characters in depth. Each character is questioned in turn by Jeremy, including Inspector Goole. Resources included: Powerpoint (including lie detector and paternity tests) Script prompts for all characters: Arthur, Sheila, Gerald, Sybil, Eric, Inspector Goole
Literature analysis paragraph guide posters
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Literature analysis paragraph guide posters

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I’ve used this paragraph structure with my GCSE classes for years. I call it the PERFECT paragraph. It guides students to include everything they need to hit the GCSE Literature Assessment Objectives in one paragraph. The structure is: Point Evidence Reasoning Feature Effect Context Title These posters are great for wall displays or Powerpoints.
GCSE Language Paper 1 Question 4 evaluation scheme remote distance lockdown learning
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GCSE Language Paper 1 Question 4 evaluation scheme remote distance lockdown learning

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A 12-lesson scheme practising Language Paper 1 Question 4 evaluation skills, alongside the study of Roald Dahl’s The Landlady. It would be easily adaptable for other short stories or unseen extracts. Aimed at year 8/9 but could work for GCSE. The scheme includes lessons on: comprehension of the short story setting character foreshadowing language & imagery structure Practice Question 4 Formative feedback sheet Final assessment Question 4 The evaluation skills will be practised, but without the need for endless unseen extracts! No context is covered in the scheme so there’s no risk of confusion between language and literature skills.
An Inspector Calls character essay plans home remote distance learning
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An Inspector Calls character essay plans home remote distance learning

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This resource guides students through the “High-5” essay structure. They will plan a 5-paragraph for each essay that includes: How the character is established How they respond when interrogated by the Inspector Which character they are most similar to Which character they are most different from Whether they have changed at the end of the play Included: A PowerPoint that guides students through the essay structure and provides ideas for each character A worksheet for students to make notes This resource would be useful for independent home-learning, to revise the play and prepare for the exam.