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Edexcel English Literature and Language SOW and Revision Guides AQA English Lit full SOWs

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Edexcel English Literature and Language SOW and Revision Guides AQA English Lit full SOWs
KS3 Summer Reading Challenge Booklet
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KS3 Summer Reading Challenge Booklet

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A 12 page reading booklet with challenges to engage students with reading for over the Summer Holidays, I am currently using this with year 7 and incoming Year so so as to set the expectation of a reading culture before our new pupils arrive. Ideal for sending out to incoming Year 7 to welcome them to the school too!
Edexcel English Language Revision Booklet Paper 1 and 2- model answers, frameworks, writing prompts
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Edexcel English Language Revision Booklet Paper 1 and 2- model answers, frameworks, writing prompts

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This is EVERYTHING I have put together for my top set Year 11 to revise for both of their English Language GCSEs. Fifty page booklet includes: Examples of what the questions look like and frameworks for how to answer Sample questions Sample extracts with questions (3 Fiction extracts and 4 Non- Fiction) Model Answers with marker commentary Planning sheets for comprehensive responses using tried and tested approaches Language and structural analysis frameworks focus on integrated language and structural analysis and using multiple perceptions. Evaluative frameworks focus on where an ‘attempt’ has been made, how and what works well. Please give me feedback!
Wk 1 Year 7 English Home Learning/ Revision/ Independent Work/ Coronavirus: Reading Comprehension
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Wk 1 Year 7 English Home Learning/ Revision/ Independent Work/ Coronavirus: Reading Comprehension

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This is a booklet of 4 lessons based on the short story ‘The Landlady’ designed for independent study. This week’s learning embeds opportunities for comprehension, retrieval of information and quotations, tests knowledge of language techniques and word classes. Where there are extended written responses required, model answers are attached. Answers to comprehension and retrieval of information questions at the end of each lesson in green.
Complete  Term SOW of History of the English Language
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Complete Term SOW of History of the English Language

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First half of complete SOW on history of the English language includes: Overview of SOW Homework booklet Invasions and language Latin Anglo Axons Beowulf John Agard Printing Press Language of technology slang Cooperative learning, differentiated 4 ways, developing oracy and debate, fiction, non fiction and creative writing.
Identifying & analysing structural features in the Tell Tale Heart
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Identifying & analysing structural features in the Tell Tale Heart

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Tell Tale Heart Full lesson complete with resources and scaffolds for ntroducing analysing structural features within a an extract includes: Literacy starter Notes on structure Gap fill for knowledge consolidation short extract of sentence types and questions Extract and notes scaffold for writing an analysis of structural features in Tell Tale Heart
Mini SOW on Model United Nations/Human Rights/ Debate
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Mini SOW on Model United Nations/Human Rights/ Debate

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Perfect for preparing your pupils to take part in MUN or an end of HT Mini SOW to develop high tier oracy and debate skills. A mini SOW I created on holding a Model United Nations competition within class. This can last 1-2 weeks. The unit begins with an understanding of Human Rights and why they are important. The unit goes on to teach pupils vocabulary involved in MUN and how to write resolutions as well as how to research your delegation’s country and stance on particular issues. Scheme comes with overview of journey of HR How to use preamabulatory clauses Handbook of order of events and specific terminology used at delegations How to write a resolution Researching your country certificates for taking part.
Flipchart Version:15 lesson SOW Edexcel English Language Paper 1 scaffolded for higher/lower ability
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Flipchart Version:15 lesson SOW Edexcel English Language Paper 1 scaffolded for higher/lower ability

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This SOW will save you a WORLD of time- READY TO USE- it has taken forever to organise and correlate and is highly scaffolded and explicit. 15 lesson SOW: Edexcel English Language Paper 1 scaffolded with resources for low and high ability includes: Overview of MTP; Lessons ordered chronologically with resources for low ability and high ability- all clearly labelled; 7 different extracts; 7 lessons on analysing language and structure; 7 lessons on evaluating an idea; scaffolded with explicit instruction; 2 different planning resources for high/low for language and for evaluating; a folder of 5 a day starters that are literacy orientated; a folder of 5 a day starters which cover macbeth, AIC and Jekyll and Hyde- you can swap these out for literacy.
Powerpoint:  Edexcel English Language GCSE Paper 2 SOW : 30 Labelled lessons/extracts/resources
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Powerpoint: Edexcel English Language GCSE Paper 2 SOW : 30 Labelled lessons/extracts/resources

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This SOW will save you a WORLD of time- READY TO USE- it has taken forever to organise and correlate and is highly scaffolded and explicit. 30 lesson SOW: Edexcel English Language Paper 2 scaffolded with resources for low and high ability includes: Overview of MTP; Lessons ordered chronologically with resources for low ability and high ability- all clearly labelled; 10 different extracts; first 9 lessons cover word classes, language techniques, identifying and commenting on rhetoric, identifying and commenting on structural technique and identifying evidence to support a given point; 6 lessons on Question 3; 6 lessons on Question 6; 5 lessons on 7a; 4 lessons on 7b; scaffolded with explicit instruction; writing frameworks and planning worksheets for essay questions; a folder of 5 a day starters that are literacy orientated.
Summer School Booklet with Literacy, Reflections, Treasure Hunt and Reading Challenge
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Summer School Booklet with Literacy, Reflections, Treasure Hunt and Reading Challenge

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I have put this booklet together for our week long Summer School. The 36 page booklet includes: a welcome page that you can add pictures of your staff to. a timetable page for you to adapt to your summer school a school map that you will need to adapt a growth mindset star/quiz for pupils to reflect on their life before summer school with spaces for pupils to reflect on the positive and what needs to be developed and 3 targets. (This is repeated at the end to highlight growth during Summer School) -5 days of reflections with words of the day and a section at the bottom for parents to sign off on to say that they have had a dialogue about their day and to encourage school-parent relationships. Each reflective day is meaningful, has prompts, questions and pictures and can be done in 10 mins if the day is busy. a careers future section which matches the presentation- this is about the future- pupils pick a job from the list and both the PP and the booklet show pupils how to work out taxes and bills. They then work out the lifestyle they would be able to afford. This is meant to teach them about ‘the real world’- I recommend that this workshop would take 1 hour. riddles for a treasure hunt which will it for any school- you will just have to remove my pictures for the classrooms to use your own- but you could just take them out altogether as pictures aren’t necessary. a summer reading challenge for pupils to complete when they leave your sumer school with 6 challenges to encourage pupils to read.
Edexcel English Literature Evaluating Themes, Characters and Ideas Scaffold
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Edexcel English Literature Evaluating Themes, Characters and Ideas Scaffold

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This is a tried and tested scaffold for answering Edexcel GCSE English Literature for the evaluative question on ideas, themes and characters. The resource is a scaffold for extended writing with a model answer and prompt questions down the side. The resource aims to make responses more critical through addressing Where a theme is indicative, How it is presented and Why the author chooses to include this detail, ie how does it develop characterisation, change or drive the plot and link to other themes within the text. This can be used for Shakespeare play, 20th Century play and 19th century novella (just without the context bit)