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CIE English Language 0500 - Question 2, Paper 2
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CIE English Language 0500 - Question 2, Paper 2

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An introductory / revision session for Question 2 on Paper 2 of the CIE English Language course (0500). This is for the extended paper. Notes on the PowerPoint explain what needs to be done / how activites work.
'Meeting At Night' revision PowerPoint
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'Meeting At Night' 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.
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 7
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 7

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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 5
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 5

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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!
Prayer Before Birth - Revision Notes
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Prayer Before Birth - Revision Notes

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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.
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 12
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 12

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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!
Descriptive Writing - View from Space
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Descriptive Writing - View from Space

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This is a one-off 30 minute lesson to encourage and help students to use sensory description in their writing. They watch a clip for inspiration and then plan and write a descriptive paragraph.
Edexcel IGCSE English Lang and Lit Exam (May 2019) - Feedback booklet
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Edexcel IGCSE English Lang and Lit Exam (May 2019) - Feedback booklet

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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 grade boundaries targets for each question indicative content and exemplar answers
Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 9
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Year 8 Poetry (Nature and Place) SoW - Lesson 9

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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!
Presentational Devices Lessons
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Presentational Devices Lessons

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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.