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Secondary school teacher that has worked in the UK in comprehensive schools for 5 years. All my resources have been created for my own classes and aimed at students of all abilities.

Secondary school teacher that has worked in the UK in comprehensive schools for 5 years. All my resources have been created for my own classes and aimed at students of all abilities.
Act Two An Inspector Calls
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Act Two An Inspector Calls

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Lessons that accompany class reading of Act Two, An Inspector Calls. Created for the AQA 9-1 GCSE but has been used with all abilities and a year 9 class.
Greek Myths Descriptive writing SOW
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Greek Myths Descriptive writing SOW

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A scheme of work created for mixed ability year 7 classes as an introduction to descriptive writing. Used primarily as a transition unit from primary as many students cover Greek myths in primary school. This unit is focused on students ability to create descriptive pieces of writing along the theme of Greek myths.
The Highwayman
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The Highwayman

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Three lessons created for a mixed ability year 8 that explore the Highwayman with an aim of analysing the ballad form.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 9-1 Scheme of work
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 9-1 Scheme of work

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A series of lessons that focus on each chapter of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Each PPT can be taught alongside reading of each chapter. Aimed at GCSE but can be taught to a year 9 class.
War Poetry Propaganda
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War Poetry Propaganda

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War poetry SOW. Lesson focused on the use of propaganda using Jessie Pope's 'Who's for the game?' High set year 8
An Inspector Calls 9-1 GCSE
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An Inspector Calls 9-1 GCSE

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Scheme of work to be used alongside reading An Inspector Calls at GCSE. Has also been taught to a high set year 9 class.
War Poetry
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War Poetry

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Mini scheme of work aimed at year 8 or KS3 around the theme of war poetry. Taught as an introduction to Power and Conflict poetry at GCSE.