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Close Language Analysis | Explode The Quote - FULL LESSON & Worksheets
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Close Language Analysis | Explode The Quote - FULL LESSON & Worksheets

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A stand-alone lesson with PPT and 5 differentiated worksheets. This lesson breaks down close language analysis for GCSE students into 4 simple steps. Showing them how it is possible to “say a lot about a little” by zooming in closely on specific words and phrases. This lesson uses Carol Ann Duffy’s ‘Valentine’ and William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 43 as examples but the premise can be adapted for use with quotes from any literature being studied. This lesson includes “Aim High” stretch targets throughout, and offers differentiated worksheets. This lesson will help hone student’s exam skills, enabling them to elevate their writing to higher levels by ensuring they include close text analysis in their answers. WHEN TO USE? It works as well: As part of a wider scheme of work studying poetry or literature As a stand alone skills/revision lesson in the lead up to assessment As part of an assessment feedback, helping students to improve their grades through close-text analysis.
English PGCE Essay | Behaviour management with focus on motivation
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English PGCE Essay | Behaviour management with focus on motivation

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PLEASE NOTE: This English EDMPRT assignment is an example and to be used as guidance only. It must not be copied or you will be guilty of plagiarism. This is my EDMPRT Assignment 1 from my English Secondary PGCE, submitted in 2017. This is hours of my own work, please do not copy but simply use as a guide for writing your own. I know it can be difficult to find examples of PGCE assignments, which is why I am sharing. Grade received: High Distinction **Full Assignment Title: Evaluate the factors that contribute to effective behaviour management, with a particular focus on motivation. ** Date of Submission: 20/12/2017
An Inspector Calls - Key Character Analysis Sheets
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An Inspector Calls - Key Character Analysis Sheets

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Detailed A3 analysis sheets for Mr Birling, Sheila and Gerald encouraging students to look closely at technique and zoom in on the language. Differentiated (filled out) sheet included for Mr Birling. Students responded very well to these both within the lesson and when set as a homework task.
Example PGCE English Essay | Impact of exploring contemporary gender issues through Shakespeare
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Example PGCE English Essay | Impact of exploring contemporary gender issues through Shakespeare

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PLEASE NOTE; This essay is an example and only intended to be used as guidance for your own work. It must not be copied or you will be guilty of plagiarism. This resource is hours of my own work, written as part of my PGCE in Secondary English and submitted in the summer of 2017. I achieved a High Distinction in my PGCE, and this essay scored very highly. Please do not copy or claim this as your own work. I am sharing this as an example only, as I recall how difficult it was to find examples of PGCE assignments. Module Title & Number: EDMPIP **Full Assignment Title: What is the impact of exploring contemporary gender issues through the study of Shakespeare on student attitudes and perceptions? ** Word count: 6500 Grade achieved: High Distinction (Outstanding) Date of Submission: 01/06/2017 Sample: Introduction The topic of my study is the exploration of gender in the English classroom, specifically the teaching of gender in Shakespeare, and the potential impact that ways of exploring questions of gender within a text can have upon students’ awareness of how they perceive gender issues in their everyday lives and their attitude to the text studied. Gender has always been a significant topic in education. Whether it be stereotyping, gender-bias, gender expectations and roles, equal opportunities in the profession itself and equal opportunities for girls and boys in the classroom, under-achieving boys and silent oppressed girls, or the under-representation of girls and women in STEM subjects – gender issues are both closely intertwined with, and continually under scrutiny in, the educational field. In the secondary English classroom these combine with a contentious curriculum that has often favoured canonized white male authors and texts that, by their very nature, typify male points-of-view.