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'Cold In The Earth' revision PowerPoint
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'Cold In The Earth' revision PowerPoint

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This PowerPoint presentation covers content, themes, feelings, language and structure in this poem from The Songs of Ourselves Poetry Anthology for the 0486 English Literature Cambridge IGCSE. Intended to be taught / given as a revision tool.
Hard Times - Book 2 Chapter 9
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Hard Times - Book 2 Chapter 9

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A revision overview of key quotations / moments in this chapter of Hard Times. Aimed towards the CIE English Literature (0486) spec with an accompanying extract question. Perfect for revision!
Hard Times - Book 2 Chapter 6
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Hard Times - Book 2 Chapter 6

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A revision overview of key quotations / moments in this chapter of Hard Times. Aimed towards the CIE English Literature (0486) spec with an accompanying extract question. Perfect for revision!
Hard Times - Book 2 Chapter 7
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Hard Times - Book 2 Chapter 7

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A revision overview of key quotations / moments in this chapter of Hard Times. Aimed towards the CIE English Literature (0486) spec with an accompanying extract question. Perfect for revision!
Half-Caste - Revision Notes
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Half-Caste - Revision Notes

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A comprehensive list of revision notes for students studying Half-Caste by John Agard. Covers content, themes, feelings, language and structure. Features on the IGCSE Edexcel English Literature specification.
Hard Times GCSE Bundle
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Hard Times GCSE Bundle

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Lessons on Book 1, Chapter 3; Book 1.Chapter 4; Book 2, Chapter 6; Book 2 Chapter 7; Book 2, Chapter 9. Also an exam question bundle - extract-style aimed at CIE IGCSE.
Hard Times (Dickens) - Book 1, Chapter 3
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Hard Times (Dickens) - Book 1, Chapter 3

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This is a complete lesson with resources for Book 1, Chapter 3 of Hard Times by Charles Dickens. The students consider symbolism and themes in the Chapter and annotate and discuss key extracts. It is aimed at IGCSE Literature students but could easily be adapted to suit other specs.
Year 10 Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Lesson 1
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Year 10 Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Lesson 1

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This is a set of lessons designed to introduce high ability students to The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Coleridge. A medium term plan is provided to make the PowerPoints more clear and a dropbox link all the videos needed has been provided. I hope you enjoy teaching this one as much as I did!
Year 10 Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Lesson 2
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Year 10 Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Lesson 2

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This is a set of lessons designed to introduce high ability students to The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Coleridge. A medium term plan is provided to make the PowerPoints more clear and a dropbox link all the videos needed has been provided. I hope you enjoy teaching this one as much as I did!
Year 11 Animal Farm - Lesson 5
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Year 11 Animal Farm - Lesson 5

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Here we have lessons focusing on the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell. This is a general introduction and analysis of key moments in the text in preparation for exams. There is also a speaking and listening activity as an introduction to the text. Oink Oink!
Year 7: Poetry SoW - Lesson 9
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Year 7: Poetry SoW - Lesson 9

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This scheme of work is an exploration of many types of poems through the ages. Students will study poets such as Zephaniah, Blake, Wordsworth and Shakespeare while learning the basics of poetry analysis. The unit will end with an essay style question based on one of the poems studied. A lesson plan is provided as the last slide of each PowerPoint. 'Poetry is truth in its Sunday clothes' - Joseph Roux!
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 4
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 4

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This is a 4 week scheme of learning that focuses on a variety of different poets (other cultures, literary heritage, contemporary). The general theme of the poems is nature and place and the focus is on comparing poems. The unit culminates in a comparative essay on two of the poems studied. Each PowrPoint has the lesson plan on the final slide. 'To have great poets, there must be great audiences' - Walt Whitman!
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 2
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 2

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This is a 4 week scheme of learning that focuses on a variety of different poets (other cultures, literary heritage, contemporary). The general theme of the poems is nature and place and the focus is on comparing poems. The unit culminates in a comparative essay on two of the poems studied. Each PowerPoint has the lesson plan on the final slide. 'To have great poets, there must be great audiences' - Walt Whitman!
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 1
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 1

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This is a 4 week scheme of learning that focuses on a variety of different poets (other cultures, literary heritage, contemporary). The general theme of the poems is nature and place and the focus is on comparing poems. The unit culminates in a comparative essay on two of the poems studied. Each PowerPoint has the lesson plan on the final slide. 'To have great poets, there must be great audiences' - Walt Whitman!
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 3
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 3

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This is a 4 week scheme of learning that focuses on a variety of different poets (other cultures, literary heritage, contemporary). The general theme of the poems is nature and place and the focus is on comparing poems. The unit culminates in a comparative essay on two of the poems studied. Each PowerPoint has the lesson plan on the final slide. 'To have great poets, there must be great audiences' - Walt Whitman!
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 8
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 8

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This is a 4 week scheme of learning that focuses on a variety of different poets (other cultures, literary heritage, contemporary). The general theme of the poems is nature and place and the focus is on comparing poems. The unit culminates in a comparative essay on two of the poems studied. Each PowerPoint has the lesson plan on the final slide. 'To have great poets, there must be great audiences' - Walt Whitman!
Year 10 Wilfred Owen CA Scheme of Work - Lesson 9
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Year 10 Wilfred Owen CA Scheme of Work - Lesson 9

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This scheme of work has been made for a low ability Year 10 group and it leads up to a piece of controlled assessment comparing the poems: Exposure, Dulce et Decorum Est and Anthem for Doomed Youth. I hope these resources go some way to doing the great poet justice!