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Thank you for visiting my shop! My resources are updated weekly and I also often distribute free resources on Twitter, so follow me @MissGOToole if you enjoy my products. I am a secondary school English teacher with a BA in English Language and Literaute, and an MA in English Literature with a speciality in poetry. I create classroom display resources, generic English teaching tools and AQA alligned revision material.

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Thank you for visiting my shop! My resources are updated weekly and I also often distribute free resources on Twitter, so follow me @MissGOToole if you enjoy my products. I am a secondary school English teacher with a BA in English Language and Literaute, and an MA in English Literature with a speciality in poetry. I create classroom display resources, generic English teaching tools and AQA alligned revision material.
Blood Brothers: Character Key Quotes Posters
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Blood Brothers: Character Key Quotes Posters

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Key quotes for a variety of important characters in 'Blood Brothers', on my custom watercolour background. These posters aim to show the development of characters throughout the play, and act as a quick guide for students to refer to when writing and revising.
Blood Brothers Lesson on Staging the Play (AQA)
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Blood Brothers Lesson on Staging the Play (AQA)

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This is a creative lesson which gives pupils the opportunity to imagine they are producing their own version of Blood Brothers. From casting, lighting and scenery to story boarding pivotal moments, this was a really enjoyable lesson that helped students to visualise the play. I taught it after we had finished the whole text, and it was very well received by students!
Blood Brothers Lesson on Mrs Lyons: Hero or Antihero? (AQA)
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Blood Brothers Lesson on Mrs Lyons: Hero or Antihero? (AQA)

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This lesson focuses on getting students to form opinions of Mrs Lyons at the start of the play, and introducing them to the concepts of hero, antihero and villain. Students find evidence for their opinions in the text, and are exposed to sophisticated vocabulary to describe Mrs Lyons as they read.
Macbeth: Act 4 Revision Lesson and Worksheet
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Macbeth: Act 4 Revision Lesson and Worksheet

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A PowerPoint presentation and Word worksheet that recaps key moments in Act 4 of Macbeth. The lesson includes: - Summarising task and comprehension tasks for key moments. - Key moments that are condensed, sequenced and extracted (can easily be printed for pupils). - Tasks asking students to link to themes, evaluate the importance of themes, depict the act and explain key quotations. - Consolidation worksheet for students to complete in class or as homework revision. I have used this resource with my KS4 students to revise for AQA English Literature, Paper 1. We spent several lessons going through this presentation in detail, but it can also be skimmed through at a quicker pace if you have less time.