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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.
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.
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!
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.
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!