This fantastic resource will not leave you disappointed. It has all bases covered and will enable pupils to gain a contextual understanding of the poem and transfer meaningful language and structure notes to their version of the poem.
These lessons are based on the GCSE English Literature Edexcel 9-1, but would be useful for any level of study of the poem.
If you liked this resource please review it! I will be uploading the rest in the series soon.
Look no further! A series of lessons, activities, videos and pictures on the contextual links to Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The main PowerPoint is split into a series of easy-to-read/deliver sections; these can be used all at once or spliced into an existing scheme of work. Please make sure to use the ‘notes’ sections below each slide: these may contain notes, tips or links to other resources. There are also a number of other resources attached to this pack.
This SoW is aimed at GCSE level, but contains material for both a simplified and detailed exploration of context.
A series of 2-3 lessons aimed at Year 13 A level, after an initial reading of the text. This pack focuses on ‘The Petrarchan Lover’, ‘The Role of the Fool’, ‘Malvolio the Puritan’ and ‘Allusions in Character Names’. In addition, there is an introduction with critical quotations for discussion. There are some links to videos as well as general ideas for teacher delivery in the ‘notes’ section below each slide on the PowerPoint.
Aimed at OCR H472 A-level, but could be used for any A-level studying of the text. This pack will give pupils a boost in their AO5 and considers some key contextual themes in greater detail.
A fantastic pack of 2-3 lessons designed to give pupils an understanding of language and structure used in this poem. There is also information for a good contextual overview of the poem.
These lessons are aimed at the Edexcel English Literature 9-1 course, but would be useful for any level of study of the poem.
The rest of the Edexcel Anthology will be uploaded soon.
2-3 lessons, inc. homework, on William Wordsworth’s Extract from The Prelude. These lessons will ensure that pupils gain a contextual understanding of the poem and the Romantic era, in addition to detailed language and structure annotations on a version of the poem.
-Professional PowerPoint slides
Printable copy of the poem
Close analysis worksheet
Audio reading of the poem