Of Mice and Men Bundle Chapter 1,2,3 and context resources including a revision guide

Of Mice and Men Bundle Chapter 1,2,3 and context resources including a revision guide

Fully differentiated resources to support the teaching of chapters 1, 2 and 3 of 'Of Mice and Men.' Resources have been created to reflect the skills needed to access the new GCSE 9-1 Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher Opportunities to: - explore context - read actively - explore themes including loneliness - explore characterisation - use the GCSE 9-1 mark scheme to self and peer assess - write imaginatively Revision guide included which is also useful as a homework project
LukeCrawford
AQA English language GCSE 9-1 -3 lots of  Walking talking mock style revision lessons for paper 1 and paper 2

AQA English language GCSE 9-1 -3 lots of Walking talking mock style revision lessons for paper 1 and paper 2

Three lots of walking talking mock style exam revision for AQA English language paper 1 and paper 2 Perfect to use in class as a walking talking mock - whereby you guide students thorough each question and allow them the suggested time to complete each task. Using 3 different sample papers 1 and paper 2 papers, these resources: - guide students through how to tackle each question - provide suggested timings - provide sample answers - provide tips and strategies for planning a response - show the questions annotated to ensure students stick to the focus of the task - provide opportunities to self/peer assess against the mark scheme criteria - model to students how to annotate the questions The revision uses exam papers provided by AQA and use extracts from the following: Paper 1: - Glass, bricks and dust - City of beasts - Brighton Rock Paper 2: - Bad weather - Festivals - Villages
LukeCrawford
Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck chapter 3

Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck chapter 3

Differentiates lessons to support the teaching of chapter 3 of 'Of mice and Men.' Differentiation: purple == lower blue = middle yellow = higher Resources provide opportunities to: - explore tension - explore characterisation - write analytically in line with the new specification 9-1 skills - analyse language - explore the theme of loneliness - read actively
LukeCrawford
AQA English langauge paper 1 Revision 3 - Walking talking mock style lessons GCSE 9-1

AQA English langauge paper 1 Revision 3 - Walking talking mock style lessons GCSE 9-1

Lessons to support the revision of the new specification English language paper 1 for AQA. Perfect to use in class as a walking talking mock - whereby you guide students thorough each question and allow them the suggested time to complete each task. Using a sample paper provide by AQA which uses an extract from 'City of beasts' the resources: - guide students through how to tackle each question - provide suggested timings - provide sample answers - provide tips and strategies for planning a response - show the questions annotated to ensure students stick to the focus of the task - provide opportunities to self/peer assess against the mark scheme criteria Extract taken from: City of Beasts
LukeCrawford
AQA English language exam revision 3 - paper 2 WALKING TALKING MCOK style GCSE 9-1

AQA English language exam revision 3 - paper 2 WALKING TALKING MCOK style GCSE 9-1

Lessons to support the revision of the new specification English language paper 2 for AQA. Perfect to use in class as a walking talking mock - whereby you guide students thorough each question and allow them the suggested time to complete each task. Using a sample paper the resources: - guide students through how to tackle each question - provide suggested timings - provide sample answers - provide tips and strategies for planning a response - show the questions annotated to ensure students stick to the focus of the task - provide opportunities to self/peer assess against the mark scheme criteria - model to students how to annotate the questions These lessons use the sample paper that AQA provided on the theme of bad weather.
LukeCrawford
Of Mice and Men chapter 2 John Steinbeck

Of Mice and Men chapter 2 John Steinbeck

Differentiated resources to support he teaching of chapter 2. Differentiation: purple = lower blue - middle yellow - higher Resources provide opportunities to: - Analyse Steinbeck's presentation of character - Self / peer assess against GCSE mark scheme - Rag rate own performance against mark scheme criteria - explore character and theme - Analyse writer's methods
LukeCrawford
Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 Three sample assessments

Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 Three sample assessments

With very few sample assessment materials provided by the exam boards I have created my own. They have been made to look exactly like the assessments that students will sit in the rea AQA l 9-1 examinations and are phrased in the same ways too. The student responses can then be marked using the relevant mark scheme for Power and conflict poetry.
LukeCrawford
Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 Whole novel differentiated with differentiated exam revision

Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 Whole novel differentiated with differentiated exam revision

This bundle contains resources for the entirety of the novel. (Chapters 1-10) Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher Resources provide opportunity to develop skills for GCSE 9-1. Also included: - 2 lots of exam revision for the literature exam - Quotations with images to aide revision - a revision guide - structure strips to allow students to structure better responses
LukeCrawford
Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 whole novel differentiated with exam revision and sample assessment materials

Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 whole novel differentiated with exam revision and sample assessment materials

Whole novel fully differentiated with 2 lots of exam revision for students to practice structuring responses and exploring the extract to whole element. Also included are 3 sample assessments, a revision guide and key quotations with images which are ideal for displays and revision. All resources develop student ability in the new specification 9-1 skills. Differentiation: Purple - lower Blue - middle Yellow - higher
LukeCrawford
Animal Farm Chapter 3 - skills for new spec language and literature GCSE 9-1 what how why

Animal Farm Chapter 3 - skills for new spec language and literature GCSE 9-1 what how why

4 differentiated lessons that cover chapter 3 of Animal Farm and aims to build skills required to access the GCSE language and literature papers. Structure strips included to help students to write better responses Exam links - Paper 2 question 4 comparison practice - compare the perspectives of Boxer and Benjamin about life on the farm - Paper 1 and 2 language practice - analysing Orwell's use of language to present Squealer as an effective propagandist Resources also provide opportunity to: - explore propaganda - analyse language - compare perspectives - compare life on the farm under human and pig rule - write persuasively - use structure strips to structure effective responses - use the what how why method for analysis as PEE is too restrictive - use the acronym PEDAL (for lower ability) to help structure responses - select judicious quotations - analyse writer's methods (techniques and word classes) Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher
LukeCrawford
A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 4 - exam question - stave 3

A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 4 - exam question - stave 3

With very few sample assessment materials provided by the exam boards I have created my own. They have been made to look exactly like the assessments that students will sit in the real 9-1 examinations and are phrased in the same ways too. The student responses can then be marked using the relevant mark scheme for literature. The extract in this assessment is taken from stave 3.
LukeCrawford
A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 3 - exam question - stave 2

A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 3 - exam question - stave 2

With very few sample assessment materials provided by the exam boards I have created my own. They have been made to look exactly like the assessments that students will sit in the real 9-1 examinations and are phrased in the same ways too. The student responses can then be marked using the relevant mark scheme for literature. The extract in this assessment is taken from stave 2.
LukeCrawford
A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 5 - exam question - stave 3

A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 5 - exam question - stave 3

With very few sample assessment materials provided by the exam boards I have created my own. They have been made to look exactly like the assessments that students will sit in the real 9-1 examinations and are phrased in the same ways too. The student responses can then be marked using the relevant mark scheme for literature. The extract in this assessment is taken from stave 3.
LukeCrawford
Structure strips for analytical writing and transactional writing GCSE Language & literature papers

Structure strips for analytical writing and transactional writing GCSE Language & literature papers

A selection of structure strips that have been incredibly useful and rewarding. They have been used to help students to form better quality analytical paragraphs as well as improved transactional/non fiction writing. All of the strips can be edited and use the 'what, how, why' method as opposed to PEE which can be too restrictive Included in this bundle are structure strips for: - Romeo and Juliet - act 2 scene 2, act 1 scene 5, imagery - poetry comparison - non fiction writing - Animal Farm - theme of exploitation - AQA language paper 2 question 2 - AQA language paper 2 question 4 - AQA language paper 1 question 2 and paper 2 question 3 (language questions) - Of Mice and Men
LukeCrawford
A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 1 - exam question - stave 1

A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 1 - exam question - stave 1

With very few sample assessment materials provided by the exam boards I have created my own. They have been made to look exactly like the assessments that students will sit in the real 9-1 examinations and are phrased in the same ways too. The student responses can then be marked using the relevant mark scheme for literature. The extract in this assessment is taken from stave 1.
LukeCrawford
A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 2 - exam question - stave 1

A Christmas Carol AQA New specification GCSE Sample assessment 2 - exam question - stave 1

With very few sample assessment materials provided by the exam boards I have created my own. They have been made to look exactly like the assessments that students will sit in the real 9-1 examinations and are phrased in the same ways too. The student responses can then be marked using the relevant mark scheme for literature. The extract in this assessment is taken from stave 1.
LukeCrawford
Of Mice and Men Steinbeck chapter 1 skills for GCSE English 9-1 'what how why' instead of PEE

Of Mice and Men Steinbeck chapter 1 skills for GCSE English 9-1 'what how why' instead of PEE

Fully differentiated resources to support the teaching of 'Of Mice and Men' chapter 1. Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher Resources provide opportunities to: - explore pathetic fallacy in the opening - analyse character presentation - explore animal imagery - use 'what, how, why' as a method for analysis instead of PEE which is too restrictive - explore George and Lennie's American Dream - work in groups in carousel activities - use writing strips to structure better responses
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Introduction to Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck Context differentted lessons

Introduction to Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck Context differentted lessons

3-4 differentiated lessons to introduce Of Mice and Men. Resources provide opportunities to: - explore the great depression including dust bowl - explore the roaring twenties - write imaginatively - upgrade sentences - Analyse language within the song/poem 'Do-re-mi' - use 'what, how, why' to form analytical paragraphs Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher
LukeCrawford
Gun culture UK USA, writing to argue & analysis of Obama's  speech - what, how why?

Gun culture UK USA, writing to argue & analysis of Obama's speech - what, how why?

A Differentiated resources to support the exploration of gun culture following the recent attack in Las Vegas. (October 2017) Resource provides opportunities to: - compare gun culture statistics in UK and USA - compare Obama's speech on gun culture with Trump's election campaign speech - explore the events in Las Vegas - write a formal letter of argument on the subject - Analyse the effectiveness of Obama's speech - Analyse language - Use 'what, how, why?' instead of PEE Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher
LukeCrawford