English Language - Oprah Winfrey Golden Globes Speech

English Language - Oprah Winfrey Golden Globes Speech

A lesson that could be used either for GCSE English Language (high ability) or KS5 English Language A-Level. The lesson focuses on Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globes speech - unpicking rhetorical devices and linguistic features and analysing them. The lesson includes a student response and an opportunity for students to apply their understanding to their own analytical answer. This is an interactive lesson that allows students to practie their analysis, whilst focusing on something that is current and interesting/engaging to them. Hope you enjoy this lesson and the resources!
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Phonology - KS5 English Language

Phonology - KS5 English Language

Students will learn to: - Understand the term key terms. - Practise the international phonetic alphabet. - Demonstrate learning by identifying phonetic sounds in words and sentences.
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A Level Language - Prosody

A Level Language - Prosody

In this lesson, students will: - Understand the term prosody and prosodic features. - Discuss spoken transcript conventions. - Read a model analysis of prosody and demonstrate our own understanding.
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Merchant of Venice - Scheme of Work

Merchant of Venice - Scheme of Work

The resources comprise a unit of work on Shakespeare's 'Merchant of Venice' for KS4 pupils studying GCSE English Literature. The class is a Year 11 nurture group, but this can be easily differentiated for students in other years/ higher ability. Lessons 11-21 *The students have watched the film prior to studying the text.
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'Merchant of Venice' KS4

'Merchant of Venice' KS4

The resources comprise a unit of work on Shakespeare's 'Merchant of Venice' for KS4 pupils studying GCSE English Literature. The class is a Year 11 nurture group, but this can be easily differentiated for students in other years/ higher ability. Lessons 1-10 *The students have watched the film prior to studying the text.
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Merchant of Venice - Scheme of work

Merchant of Venice - Scheme of work

The resources comprise a unit of work on Shakespeare's 'Merchant of Venice' for KS4 pupils studying GCSE English Literature. The class is a Year 11 nurture group, but this can be easily differentiated for students in other years/ higher ability. Lessons 22-35 *The students have watched the film prior to studying the text.
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Storm on the Island - AQA GCSE Poetry

Storm on the Island - AQA GCSE Poetry

Bell task: Describing atmosphere (use of sound effects) of storm to link to subject matter. Starter: Soundscape Main: Annotate poem using annotation prompt sheet (pdf) Development: Quote and explanation match up. Then students are to write an analytical paragraph demonstrating their understanding.
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AQA English Language A LEVEL

AQA English Language A LEVEL

Accent presentation - Lesson on theories linking to accent. Students are required to create their own presentation based on theories. 10 page document on theories (inc Trudgill & Labov) to aid presentation. Could be set as homework - wider reading.
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'Outstanding' Mystery box - story writing lesson

'Outstanding' Mystery box - story writing lesson

This lesson focuses on narrative perspectives and develops students' story writing skills. I was observed in this lesson and received an 'outstanding'. You will need to provide your own mystery box (or bag), but I included: a bright red lipstick, a few euros, a ticket stub from Paris, an empty perfume bottle, a scarf, a key and an old polaroid. The students really loved this lesson, so I hope you enjoy it, too! Stretch & challenge embedded throughout. Special extension tasks included at the end of the PowerPoint, which you could print off, put in envelopes and give to the most able.
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AQA English Language GCSE - Paper 1 Question 3

AQA English Language GCSE - Paper 1 Question 3

AQA English Language GCSE - Paper 1 Question 3 Revision pack Could be used to model annotation and work as a class to write model answers. Could also be set as homework. Inc. texts and mark schemes.
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Non fiction - whole unit - 6 weeks

Non fiction - whole unit - 6 weeks

This scheme is non-fiction writing based, aimed at top set Year 7s. It has a range of non-fiction texts, exciting opportunities for debates and speeches. The texts all centre around a theme of 'animals'. Homework project & assessment included.
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Non-fiction scheme of learning

Non-fiction scheme of learning

Fully resourced non-fiction scheme of work (18 lessons - PowerPoints), including homework and assessments. Really useful for English Language AQA Paper 2 exam.
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Exposure - Context

Exposure - Context

This lesson is aimed at students studying 'Exposure' - Wilfred Owen from the AQA Power & Conflict anthology. It is to develop their use of context in analytical writing. This was an observation lesson and was graded as 'Outstanding'.
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