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Year 10 Christina Rossetti SoW- Lesson 1
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Year 10 Christina Rossetti SoW- Lesson 1

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A new scheme of work that I am currently writing for a high ability Year 10 class. This set of lessons will focus on the poet Christina Rossetti and will culminate in a controlled assessment question relating to Rossetti's presentation of nature. Beautiful poetry...hopefully beautiful lessons!
Year 7: Poetry SoW -  Lesson 1
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Year 7: Poetry SoW - Lesson 1

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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 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 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Eight
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Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Eight

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This is a full scheme of work for Year 8. It ends with a narrative/creative writing assessment task where the students write a short story based on an animated film. Under my resources you will find all 13 lessons plus the medium term plan. Enjoy!
Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Five
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Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Five

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This is a full scheme of work for Year 8. It ends with a narrative/creative writing assessment task where the students write a short story based on an animated film. Under my resources you will find all 13 lessons plus the medium term plan. Enjoy!
Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Eleven
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Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Eleven

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This is a full scheme of work for Year 8. It ends with a narrative/creative writing assessment task where the students write a short story based on an animated film. Under my resources you will find all 13 lessons plus the medium term plan. Enjoy!
Year 10 Spoken Language Study - Lesson Five
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Year 10 Spoken Language Study - Lesson Five

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This is an introductory set of lessons for the Spoken Language Study unit for Year 10. It covers idiolect, slang, spontaneous speech and occupational language. Notes are provided on the PowerPoint slides to guide teaching. Have fun!
Year 9 Macbeth Scheme of Work - Lesson 3
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Year 9 Macbeth Scheme of Work - Lesson 3

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This is a scheme of work mainly aimed at Year 9 pupils studying Macbeth. The unit will end in a reading assessment on the question: How does Shakespeare present the causes and consequences of greed in the play Macbeth? This could also be adapted for KS4 classes. A lesson plan is included with each lesson so you can understand my thought process. Macbeth is possibly my favourite Shakespeare play, so I hope I have done it justice!
Year 10 Wilfred Owen CA Scheme of Work - Lesson 8
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Year 10 Wilfred Owen CA Scheme of Work - Lesson 8

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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!
Year 7: Poetry SoW - Lesson 10
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Year 7: Poetry SoW - Lesson 10

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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!
Animal Farm - Analytical Writing - Boxer
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Animal Farm - Analytical Writing - Boxer

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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.
Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Six
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Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Six

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This is a full scheme of work for Year 8. It ends with a narrative/creative writing assessment task where the students write a short story based on an animated film. Under my resources you will find all 13 lessons plus the medium term plan. Enjoy!
Year 10 Spoken Language Study - Lesson Eight
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Year 10 Spoken Language Study - Lesson Eight

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This is an introductory set of lessons for the Spoken Language Study unit for Year 10. It covers idiolect, slang, spontaneous speech and occupational language. Notes are provided on the PowerPoint slides to guide teaching. Have fun!
Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Twelve
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Year 8 Narrative Writing - Lesson Twelve

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This is a full scheme of work for Year 8. It ends with a narrative/creative writing assessment task where the students write a short story based on an animated film. Under my resources you will find all 13 lessons plus the medium term plan. Enjoy!
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!