A mock using an extract from ‘Born a crime’ by Trevor Noah. Full exam paper 1 and accompanying PowerPoint gives possible answers.
Created for AQA A Level Lit B but can be used for all teaching of the novel. These notes cover the main contextual factors of Puritanism, Conservatism and Feminism with summaries and literary applications for each. Can be used as an introduction or revision.
Complete introductory unit for the NEA section of Spec B Resource includes: Introduction to Feminism with key quotations and note-taking exercise Introduction to and exploration of Plath’s poetry Suggested texts for NEA
Comprising of: Section A Unseen; Section B choice of questions on Blake, Atwood and Hosseini; Section C- choice of two genre questions.
Comprehensive revision workbook for students following the PSPW unit for Spec B of AQA English Lit new spec. This is a practice booklet for Section A of the exam: unseen extracts.
Made for A Level Edexcel. Covers a summary of each scene, characters and context.
A complete scheme of work to coincide with the PSPW, Paper 2 element of AQA Spec B. Complete lessons covering character, plot and critical theory. Once purchased, please contact me for any wider reading articles.
Characters, chapter summaries and key context for the entire novel on a double-sided A3 sheet. Great reference/revision tool for students.
Workbook for students studying AQA Lit B: aspects of Tragedy: new spec
A complete Paper 1 mock for the AQA Language Spec (new). Extract taken from The Kite Runner. Section A and B included as well as an indicative content for assessment. Fully editable.
Designed for Paper 1, Edexcel A Level. This workbook takes students through key themes, characters and plots and culminates in 15 practice essay questions.
Differentiated worksheet for lower ability pupils. This was used as an aid to essay writing. The objective was to write about persuasive techniques used in leaflets.
Complete introductory unit for students studying for the NEA component of AQA Lit B. Uses Wordsworth poetry as the foundation for the application of Marxist criticism.
A set of six activity cards to focus research on World War 1 with the view of creating a presentation. This is for GCSE Literature students but would work with History and KS3. Each card is designed to be given to a group leader and has a clear job description for the leader. Included is a fact capture/ peer assessment sheet for students when watching each others’ presentations. Fully editable