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Unseen Poetry lesson
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Unseen Poetry lesson

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Unseen poetry lesson - takes up to 3 lessons. Poems analysed: My Grandmother The Richest Poor Man in the Valley Includes all poems, power point, activities, starters, plenaries, and SMILE worksheets.
Literacy intervention bundle
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Literacy intervention bundle

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Can be used to help with literacy in lessons, but can also be used for literacy intervention. Targetted at low level students for intervention and one-to-one. Included: Nouns and Verbs Simple, Compound and Complex sentences Connectives Additional Connectives In addition, Language device taboo is also included, as an activity to learn language devices.
Unseen Poetry bundle
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Unseen Poetry bundle

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Includes: Language device taboo and... Unseen poetry analysis of : The Mother Mother Any Distance My Grandmother The Richest poor Man in The Valley In addition to analysis on these poems, it also includes board games for poetic devices, worksheets for starters and plenaries, all poems, and SMILE worksheets for analyzing unseen poetry,
Level 9 Scrooge redemption essay
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Level 9 Scrooge redemption essay

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A level 9 example answer on the question of Scrooge’s redemption and change throughout the novella. This answer focuses on the change of Scrooge as a miserly sinner, lacking social responsibility to his reclaimed self. Includes a variety of evidence and language analysis, as well as links to wider societal context.
Analysing Scrooge as a character
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Analysing Scrooge as a character

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I have attached a PowerPoint explaining how to use the board game, as well as a board game for the characterisation of Scrooge The aim of the board game is to sit the pupils in pair, with one A3 size board game, their A Christmas Carol books, and two dice each. The need to roll the dice once and go along the corridor on their game, then on their second roll they go down the stairs until they land on one square. For example if they land on a square which says 'miserly' they need to find the best quote they can that describes Scrooge as a miser, and write it on their board game. The winner of the game is the team who have the most amount of squares filled in with brilliant quotes. IN the end they will end up with 36 quotes on Scrooge, which can later be used for their Point and their Evidence in their PEE paragraphs. Pupils get very competitive and feel like it's a game, it is a really good way of stretch and challenging your pupils to work independently.
Language Feature Taboo game
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Language Feature Taboo game

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THis resource includes a pack of 16 taboo cards. I would recommend creating packs between pairs, so would always aim to make 16 packs in case you have 32 students in your classroom. The aim of the game is to split the cards between the pair, and not to show your partner what you have. Partner 1 will try to describe the language device that is written on the card; without saying 1. the language feature and 2. any of the hint words on the cards. For example an Adjective card would have hint words like 'describe' 'noun' and 'word'. Player 2 needs to guess the language device by listening to clues or examples from player 1, and the they swap. Its quite a hard game and stretches students' minds to think about examples and different ways of understanding language devices. This game works amazing with upper level classes and i normally do it as a starter or a plenary for about 10 minutes max. For lower level i would recommend going over what each word means in the pack of cards before they do this (even with high level if i'm honest as there's words like hyperbole and sibilance), but it also works really well with lower ability groups too and they love the fun element! I would also say laminate them and put then in little envelopes and keep them nice to reuse and they come in super handy with recapping or revision!!
Romeo and Juliet revision booklet. ALL QUOTES ALL CONTEXT ALL THEMES
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Romeo and Juliet revision booklet. ALL QUOTES ALL CONTEXT ALL THEMES

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A resource that can be made into a little booklet for revision. See attached photos for finished product. You will need to laminate each sheet, then cut into four. After, you will need to holepunch the corner and attach a treasury tag. You will then have a finished revision booklet. It includes all key quotes on every character and theme, a plot timeline, context and links to society at the time. Perfect for GCSE students that need to revise quotes! My Y11s rely on them! Please see my other products for ACC and AIC revision booklets.
A Christmas Carol - Stave 1 - 30 Key quotes QUIZ
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A Christmas Carol - Stave 1 - 30 Key quotes QUIZ

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Attached is a word document with 20 key quotes from Stave 1, they have words missing in the quotes, so pupils have to try and guess the full quote. Ultimately, it helps pupils remember as many quotes as possible for their GCSE English Literature module on A Christmas Carol. Also attached is the question and answer PowerPoint.
Analysing Lady Macbeth as a character
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Analysing Lady Macbeth as a character

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I have attached a PowerPoint explaining how to use the board game, as well as a board game for the characterisation of Lady Macbeth. The aim of the board game is to sit the pupils in pair, with one A3 size board game, their Macbeth books, and two dice each. The need to roll the dice once and go along the corridor on their game, then on their second roll they go down the stairs until they land on one square. For example if they land on a square which says 'powerful' they need to find the best quote they can that describes Lady Macbeth as powerful, and write it on their board game. The winner of the game is the team who have the most amount of squares filled in with brilliant quotes. IN the end they will end up with 36 quotes on Lady Macbeth, which can later be used for their Point and their Evidence in their PEE paragraphs. Pupils get very competitive and feel like it's a game, it is a really good way of stretch and challenging your pupils to work independently. They are colour coded for difficulty and differentiation.
Literacy Lesson - connectives
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Literacy Lesson - connectives

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Can be used to help with literacy in lessons, but can also be used for literacy intervention. Targetted at low level students for intervention and one-to-one.
War Photographer and Remains lesson and War Poetry Board Game
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War Photographer and Remains lesson and War Poetry Board Game

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Included: PowerPoint entailing the lesson Starter activity Board game activity Plenary activity The aim of the game is to roll the dice (twice!) and the square you land on, in pairs, you need to find a evidence from both Remains and War Photographer (other war poems can work too) . Once you have done that, write your answers in the grid. It will help you when finding similarities and differences. For example: if you can only find a simile in War Photographer, then that is a difference. It is colour coded for difficulty! Green = easy. Amber = medium. Red = hard. CHALLENGE YOURSELF!!
Unseen Poetry lesson
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Unseen Poetry lesson

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Unseen poetry lesson, teaching students how to prepare for unseen poetry Can take 2 lessons Poems analysed: The Mother Mother Any Distance Includes all poems, power point, activities, starters, plenaries, and SMILE worksheets. Also attached is the poetic device board game used in the powerpoint.
A Christmas Carol Entire Stave 1 Important Quotes and Explanations
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A Christmas Carol Entire Stave 1 Important Quotes and Explanations

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A 57 slide powerpoint with every important quote from Stave 1. In addition to the quote and who it is by, I also explain the relevance of the quote, including language devices - symbolism and connection to society at the time context, the Author, wider reading and literature. I have also added extra quotes at the end for extra info to be added. This lesson can be taught as a revision lesson, where students can bring in flashcards and write the quote on one side and the explanation on the otherside - and hey presto, their revision for Stave 1 quotes is all there! This powerpoint took just over two lessons to complete with my top set class - so could easily be used for 3 lessons with a high ability class for revision, or even 5 lessons with a lower ability.
War and Unseen Poetry Bundle
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War and Unseen Poetry Bundle

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Includes Analysis of war poetry (remains and war photographer) and analysis of 4 unseen poems, as well as x2 board games, worksheets, starters, and language feature taboo.
Formal letter writing peer assessment and self improvement checklist
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Formal letter writing peer assessment and self improvement checklist

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I have attached a checklist to give pupils when they are practising their formal letter assessments. It includes SPAG, structure and DAFOREST for content. In addition to this checklist, there is also a peer assessment grid for pupils to stick in after they have completed their letter, they can then swap and mark each other on what they have included.