A pack of questions for question 5 on the IGCSE Edexcel English Language (A) Exam Paper. The unseen passage and question is printed in the booklet (anthology passage not included). Each question is aimed at a different extract.
This is a comprehensive lesson for A Level students to revise Tess of the D’Urbervilles. It focuses specifically on the presentation of love in the novel in preparation for Section C of Paper 1 (Love Through The Ages). Covers: context, key symbols, key quotations, interpretations.
This is a set of three lessons that I have made to help students improve their skills in writing summaries. It is a combination of individual and group work. This was made for Year 9 as an introduction to GCSE English, but could work well for a lower ability KS4 class. I have tried to make a somewhat 'dry&' topic as entertaining as possible! A lesson plan features as the last slide on each PowerPoint.
This is a scheme of work that culminates in students writing a persuasive leaflet for a theme park. This is aimed at very low ability Year 7 students and is designed to be interesting and simple to follow.
I have essentially used the existing PDF scheme of work here: https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Scheme-of-work-Unit-on-leaflets-and-theme-parks-6037479. I am however tweaking it slightly as I go and creating Power Points for each lesson, as this is the way that I like to work. I will be uploading this as and when I create the lessons but feel free to check out the original to get an idea of where it is going. I have put notes under each slide to briefly explain what the students/teacher will be doing.
Let me know how you get on folks!
A series of 4 lessons focusing on presentational devices. Students are encouraged to analyse images from adverts and newspapers whilst also considering the impact of the language used. I have merged bits and pieces together that I have found, whilst adding some of my own resources and ideas. This should prove useful for KS3 transition to GCSE or KS4 itself. A lesson plan is provided as the last slide of each PowerPoint.
This is a lesson to prepare students for an essay question based on Act 3, Scene 4 of Twelfth Night. Would work as part of a scheme of work or as a stand alone lesson. It encourages planning for PEE paragraphs and uses group work to explore key lines in the extract.
This is a comprehensive reflection and feedback booklet for pupils to complete after having sat mock exam practice.
All ideas relate to the **Edexcel IGCSE English Language Paper 1: Non-fiction texts and Transactional Writing and English Literature Paper 1: Poetry and Modern Prose from May 2019. **
The booklet has:
reflections to do before seeing results
a place to log marks
targets for each question
indicative content and exemplar answers
This is a series of lessons that guides students through a practice analytical essay on Boxer in Animal Farm by George Orwell. It covers planning, writing and feedback on their essays. Also provided are some model paragraphs for students to reflect on. Suitable and adaptable for KS3 and KS4.
This is a lesson that focuses the students on analysing and writing PEE paragraphs on two extracts from Act 1, Scene 5 and Act 2, Scene 3. It comes with a model paragraph and a scaffolded approach to writing. Focuses on Malvolio.
It could work as part of a unit of work or a standalone lesson on essay writing skills.
This is a help sheet for students when approaching Paper 1, Section C (Love Through The Ages). The examples are for the pre-twentieth century poems and Tess of the D’Urbervilles but the advise stands for any texts chosen.
The sheets covers: the basics, structure of the essay and content to cover with example sentences / phrasing.
A comprehensive list of revision notes for students studying Prayer Before Birth by Louis MacNeice Covers content, themes, feelings, language and structure.
Features on the IGCSE Edexcel English Literature specification.