Students can match the chapter title to a detailed, bullet point summary of each chapter. A handy activity to begin a revision lesson.
Includes: Starter to identify relevant quotes Exam-style extract and guidance on how to approach the question Scaffolding to write a short response Exemplar answers (level 2 and 3) to help with self-assessment
By the end of this lesson students will have identified the important information for each ghost (appearance/behaviour/key language/Scrooge’s responses) and analysed in detail the symbolism of each. Included: 1 x cut and stick activity 10+ questions to scaffold students into that all-important close language analysis Enjoy!
A booklet that includes key quotes for major characters within the play. This booklet helps students revise key images and vocabulary from the play through drawing, as well as guiding them to apply higher level vocabulary in their revision. You can use it in lessons or set it for homework.
A text adapted from the website of the British Library, together with 10 comprehension questions that ask students to engage with the relationship between Macbeth’s acting company, James I and the historical sources of Macbeth.
This activity uses film to introduce students to methods such as shift in focus, pace and tension. Includes a writing scaffold for analysing the film clip.
This revision lesson looks at key context, provides an essay planning scaffold and allows students to self-assess a practise paragraph.
Five blank cartoon grids which will help students revise key cause-and-effect chains for question 3 ‘write an account’. Students draw the key events and their consequences. This is a dual coding revision activity. The Manchurian crisis The Abyssinian crisis The remilitarisation of the Rhineland Anschluss How did appeasement make Hitler more powerful?
This quiz game helps students revise the key aspects of the main characters, and gets them thinking about key vocabulary such as ‘patriarchy’, ‘symbolism’, etc. Students play in pairs or threes. One student reads out the description of the character on their card and their partner has to guess which character they are.