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Secondary English specialist sharing resources for KS4, with a scattering of creative KS3 and 5 ideas too. All my uploads are real resources that I have crafted for my teaching in state and independent schools in West Midlands cities, for students with a significant range of needs and abilities. Particularly suitable for AQA GCSE English Language and Literature and OCR A Level English Literature. Check out my free analytical sentence starters grid!

Secondary English specialist sharing resources for KS4, with a scattering of creative KS3 and 5 ideas too. All my uploads are real resources that I have crafted for my teaching in state and independent schools in West Midlands cities, for students with a significant range of needs and abilities. Particularly suitable for AQA GCSE English Language and Literature and OCR A Level English Literature. Check out my free analytical sentence starters grid!
Macbeth essay planning and model paragraph
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Macbeth essay planning and model paragraph

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Planning resource for an AQA GCSE Literature style extract-based essay on Macbeth’s character. This resource takes students through the analysis of the extract and guides them to use these ideas to create a detailed plan for an exam-style essay that meets all the relevant assessment objectives. A planning document and model paragraph worksheet are included in both PDF and Word formats. Included in the planning document: Essay question including extract. Key quotes picked out in extract. Colour coded analysis questions linked to key quotes. Broader analysis questions. A planning grid with first two points already populated. Included in the model paragraph worksheet: A high-level model paragraph based on the extract… … which is colour-coded to demonstrate where the assessment objectives are being met. A student-friendly list of success criteria paraphrased from the relevant mark scheme, with each criteria linked to assessment objectives. A task to write feedback for the person who wrote the paragraph.
Macbeth context questions - witch hunts
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Macbeth context questions - witch hunts

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This resource uses the following article from the BBC on 17th Century witch hunts to enforce students’ ‘Macbeth’ contextual knowledge. Two of the questions are modelled on AQA GCSE Language Paper 2 Questions 1 and 3 to support revision of non-fiction analysis. The remaining four are comprehension style questions. Document is in both PDF and Word formats. http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/cambridgeshire/hi/people_and_places/history/newsid_8998000/8998465.stm
KS3 Memory Poetry - reading and writing
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KS3 Memory Poetry - reading and writing

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A two-lesson pack for introducing Key Stage Three students to reading, analysing and writing their own poetry, all based around the theme of memory. Perfect for Year 7 and 8 students, particularly those who may not be used to detailed annotation or analysis of poetry yet. Also an ideal resource for getting to know a new class. The lesson PowerPoint encourages discussion of memory as an idea before guiding students through some teacher-led and independent basic analysis of the Potato Peeling stanzas of Seamus Heaney’s ‘Clearances’ (https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/57042/clearances). In the second lesson, students are guided to create their own poem about a memory. Resource pack includes: A PowerPoint of nine slides, two of which contain the above internet link to the studied poem in the slide notes. A three-stanza writing frame to support students in planning their own poem. A ‘level up’ activity sheet to support students in proofreading and editing their finished poem. The writing frame and ‘level up’ sheet are included as both PDF and Word documents. Teachers will need to provide students with their own copy of the poem for annotation.
Analytical Sentence Starters Grid
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Analytical Sentence Starters Grid

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A grid offering a quick selection of sentence starters to help students structure their analytical writing, particularly encouraging the use of analytical verbs and subject terminology.