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I am an English teacher, who currently teaches KS3-KS5. This shop reflects this, with lesson resources for classes across this age range.

I am an English teacher, who currently teaches KS3-KS5. This shop reflects this, with lesson resources for classes across this age range.
Developing critical arguments about Othello
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Developing critical arguments about Othello

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A lesson which supports students developing critical ideas when writing A level essays about Othello. It was originally made for the Edexcel specification, but can be used with any exam board expecting use of critical readings in Shakespeare essays.
Remember by Christina Rossetti
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Remember by Christina Rossetti

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This lesson helps students to explore key ideas about Remember by Christina Rossetti. It includes analytical tasks, annotation of the poem and key contextual details. It was designed for the Edexcel IGCSE English Literature specification, but could be delivered o students studying other GCSE syllabuses without the need to change the resource.
Othello Criticism
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Othello Criticism

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Some critical views concerning Iago, which I used for interpreting his character during Act 2 Scene 1.
Personification in Poetry
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Personification in Poetry

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This lesson supports students in understanding, identifying and using personification. It was designed for KS3, but could also be used with KS2 classes. You will need a copy of Judith Nicholls poem “Winter” to accompany this lesson.
Othello - Quote and Critic Revision
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Othello - Quote and Critic Revision

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A revision lesson including a quotation game that should provoke thoughts about potential arguments students can make about key characters and themes from Othello, followed by a task linking specific ideas from the Edexcel critical anthology to their ideas.
Unseen Poetry - Strategies and Practice
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Unseen Poetry - Strategies and Practice

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A lesson designed to support students struggling with unseen poetry essays, providing strategies for tackling unseen poems, model analytical writing and an exam style task. Although originally designed for the IGCSE English Literature course, this resource is suitable for teaching and revising unseen poetry at GCSE level.
The History Boys: Introduction
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The History Boys: Introduction

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A lesson in which students discuss ideas implied by the title of the play, as well as the concept of history. They then read and analyse the opening scene of the play, considering how Irwin is presented.
Unseen Poetry Practice Test - Catrin
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Unseen Poetry Practice Test - Catrin

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PowerPoint designed for IGCSE English unseen poetry exam. This PowerPoint includes some strategies for dealing with an unseen poem, an exam question (with an internet link to the prescribed poem), and a mark scheme with indicative comments of what students might discuss in their answers which can be used by a class or by the teacher when marking practice essays.
Creative Writing: KS3
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Creative Writing: KS3

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Each of these PowerPoint presentations support students when using a range of methods for describing characters. These are primarily suitable for KS3 classes, although with the correct class they could be useful at KS2 and KS4.
A Journey to Bhutan
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A Journey to Bhutan

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Whole lesson, with exam style questions guiding IGCSE students through this text. The worksheet is a notes page with details about the text and its author, as well as details about how it has been structured and some key analysis from the extract. This can be used either for first teaching or revision.
Harry Potter: KS3 test practice
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Harry Potter: KS3 test practice

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Lesson guiding students through comprehension and analysis skills suitable for KS3 tests. This resource includes model paragraphs to demonstrate the higher level skills required for top answers.
King Lear context - paganism and James I
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King Lear context - paganism and James I

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Originally designed as an A level resource, this lesson includes contextual information about paganism and James I, which is useful when considering the portrayal of Gloucester in the first Act of the play.