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English resources designed to save teachers time and help them deliver thought provoking lessons! Please remember to leave a review as it will really help my shop :). Thank you!
An Inspector Calls Theme of Social Responsibility Model Answer
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An Inspector Calls Theme of Social Responsibility Model Answer

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An Inspector Calls revision. This is a 790 word answer which explores the presentation of social responsibility within AIC. The key characters analysed are: Mr Birling, Sheila and the Inspector. This is a high level Grade A/8 answer. Contextual links are apparent throughout and subject terminology is evident within the analysis.
Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scenes 2 & 3
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Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scenes 2 & 3

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Detailed analysis of the balcony scene and when Romeo visits Friar Lawrence’s chamber. Very detailed and comprehensive annotations of the play which animate on to the board. Complete with exam style questions for both scenes. Please contact me with any queries and leave a review :).
Power and Control in Romeo and Juliet
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Power and Control in Romeo and Juliet

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Extremely detailed lesson which explores the theme of Power and Control. The lesson provides many, many examples of Power and Control. There is an extensive card-sort activity in which students match the correct scene to the quotation and analysis. Once complete, this leaves students with 5 detailed analytical paragraphs regarding power and control. Cloze activity also included.
Eric Birling Revision An Inspector Calls
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Eric Birling Revision An Inspector Calls

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Quiz to revise key quotations. Students find quotations to demonstrate Eric's relationship with other major characters, e.g Sheila, Mrs Birling etc. Quotations then animate on the board as examples. Students consider Eric's best and worst qualities. This is a great revision tool for students to recap Eric and his relationships. Please note, the lesson refers to page numbers from 'An Inspector Calls and Other Plays' Penguin Modern Classics. However, it is not necessary to use this edition, you can just delete the page numbers from the slides. Please contact me with any queries :)
A Christmas Carol KS3 Full Scheme of Work
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A Christmas Carol KS3 Full Scheme of Work

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A scheme which provides historical context throughout. I have taught this scheme to a mixed ability Year 7 class and a low ability Year 8 class. We read David Holman’s adapted version of A Christmas Carol, not the original text, although I have referred to the original text throughout the scheme.You will be able to access the lessons without a copy of the text as I have included many extracts! Any queries, please contact me :-). Please remember to leave a star rating! This resource has had lots of downloads but no reviews as of yet. Thank you!
Arthur Birling Revision An Inspector Calls
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Arthur Birling Revision An Inspector Calls

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Quiz to revise key quotations. Students find quotations to demonstrate Birling's relationship with other major characters, e.g Sheila, Mrs Birling etc. Quotations then animate on the board as examples. Students consider Birling's best and worst qualities. This is a great revision tool for students to recap Mr Birling and his relationships. Please note, the lesson refers to page numbers from 'An Inspector Calls and Other Plays' Penguin Modern Classics. However, it is not necessary to use this edition, you can just delete the page numbers from the slides. Please contact me with any queries :).
Tragedy within Romeo and Juliet
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Tragedy within Romeo and Juliet

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A detailed lesson which explores the theme of tragedy within Romeo and Juliet Detailed analysis of key scenes, complete with annotated extracts from Act 3, Scene 1 & Act 5, Scene 3. Examples of WAGOLL and WABOLL answers. Students answer exam style question. Students peer assess answers against success criteria. Please contact me with any queries :)
At Castle Boterel Thomas Hardy
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At Castle Boterel Thomas Hardy

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An extremely detailed lesson which focusses on the first three stanzas of the poem. The lesson refers to the three assessment objectives for the IGCSE People and Places Anthology. However, the AOs can simply be deleted or adjusted for your chosen exam board. The starter activity is differentiated for low, middle and high ability students. The worksheets which will allow the students to analyse the poem are also differentiated for low, middle and high ability students. This lesson is ideal for a formal observation focussing upon differentiation and student led learning. Towards the end of the lesson, students “teach” their peers what they have discovered about their designated stanza.
An Inspector Calls - Silent Debate - Revision
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An Inspector Calls - Silent Debate - Revision

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Students complete a 'Silent Debate' in response to a thought provoking statement about the play. The lesson includes several statements for students to debate, alongside examples of work. Students then use the debate work to write up an essay.
At Castle Boterel by Thomas Hardy IGCSE People and Places
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At Castle Boterel by Thomas Hardy IGCSE People and Places

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This lesson focusses on the analysis of the final 4 stanzas of the poem. Students should have previously analysed the first 3 stanzas in the previous lesson (resources available in my TES shop). Based on the previous lesson, students now decide which AO they would like to focus on today. This lesson refers to the Oxford AQA IGCSE Assessment Objectives but can be adapted for your chosen exam board. There is a progress tracker for students to assess their knowledge at the beginning and end of the lesson, therefore measuring their progress.
Romeo, Juliet and Tybalt revision
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Romeo, Juliet and Tybalt revision

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Revision of three key characters: Romeo, Juliet and Tybalt. Students complete detailed worksheet for the three characters. The worksheet includes key scenes students should focus upon and retrieve quotations from. Each scene has a brief summary. This allows the students to trace the character's journey throughout the play and understand how each character develops.
Romeo and Mercutio's Relationship
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Romeo and Mercutio's Relationship

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A lesson which reflects upon the relationship between Romeo and Mercutio. Key scenes and quotations analysed in detail. Mark Scheme included Detailed success criteria to allow students to answer exam style question: How is the relationship between Mercutio and Romeo presented throughout the play?
Kensuke's Kingdom KS3 Assessment
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Kensuke's Kingdom KS3 Assessment

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An assessment created for Year 7 students. Section A = Comprehension questions focussing on two extracts from the story. Section B = Students answer an essay style question based on an extract from the final scenes. Mark scheme included for Section A. Success criteria included for students. Can all be edited.