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Five star rated and 'TES Recommended' authors, we are two Heads of English who are passionate about using and developing quality, engaging resources. We recognise the need for resources that are 'ready to go' and that don't require a huge amount of 'polishing' before they can be used. Every resource that we publish is quality assured and, most importantly, has been tried and tested by us in the classroom! We hope you find our resources useful and we welcome any feedback.

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Five star rated and 'TES Recommended' authors, we are two Heads of English who are passionate about using and developing quality, engaging resources. We recognise the need for resources that are 'ready to go' and that don't require a huge amount of 'polishing' before they can be used. Every resource that we publish is quality assured and, most importantly, has been tried and tested by us in the classroom! We hope you find our resources useful and we welcome any feedback.
AQA  English Language GCSE, Paper 1 Section A: Question 3 Structure Lesson (1984)
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AQA English Language GCSE, Paper 1 Section A: Question 3 Structure Lesson (1984)

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My students have struggled to get to grips with the structure question (question 3) on the new Paper 1, Section A exam for AQA. I recently attended an AQA support meeting and planned this lesson to incorporate some of the exam board's messages with regards to teaching the structure question. My students produced mucher better responses to question 3 after I went through this lesson with them. The lesson is focused on the opening of '1984' and includes 15 slides plus a copy of the extract to use with students. Includes: Sample 8 mark answer Planning grid for students Clear and explicit links to the AQA markscheme Key terminology and suggested phrases Hope it helps!
AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2, Section A Revision Lesson - 2
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AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2, Section A Revision Lesson - 2

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A 31 slide lesson presentation taking students through a sample paper for the GCSE AQA English Language, Paper 2, Section A exam. The presentation includes clear learning objectives, a starter and review activity and opportunities for self and peer assessment. Clear guidance is given for each question and model answers are also provided. Differentiation to extend and support students is also incorporated into the lesson presentation. Clear links are made to the markscheme and assessment objectives throughout. Could be used to walk students through the paper or as a follow up and feedback lesson once students have completed the paper. Lesson plan included. Sample exam paper also included.
AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1, Section A Revision Lessons - Nov 2017 Paper
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AQA GCSE English Language Paper 1, Section A Revision Lessons - Nov 2017 Paper

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A 35 slide 3 lesson presentation taking students through the November 2017 Paper 1, Section A exam paper. The exam paper is available on eAQA and the extract is taken from 'Labyrinth' by Kate Mosse. The presentation includes clear learning objectives for each lesson, a number of learning activities and opportunities for self and peer assessment. Clear guidance is given for each question and model answers are also provided. Differentiation to extend and support students is also incorporated into the lesson presentation. Clear links are made to the markscheme and assessment objectives throughout. Could be used to walk students through the paper as they complete it or as a follow up and feedback lesson once students have completed the paper.
AQA  English Language GCSE: Paper 2, Section B Non-Fiction Writing Lesson
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AQA English Language GCSE: Paper 2, Section B Non-Fiction Writing Lesson

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A 16 slide full lesson presentation to develop students' nonfiction writing skills. The lesson references the new 2015 AQA English Language exam and includes a markscheme for Paper 2, Section B although the resource could very easily be adapted to suit all specifications. The theme of the lesson is 'reality TV' to engage students with the task of non-fiction writing for a specific audience. The lesson includes a number of engaging activities including: individual and collaborative work, assessment opportunities and intervention and extension opportunities.
AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2, Section A Revision Lessons - June 2018 Paper
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AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2, Section A Revision Lessons - June 2018 Paper

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A 33 slide lesson presentation taking students through Paper 2 Section A of the June 2018 paper. The presentation walks students through each question on Section A and provides opportunity for self assessment and reflection. Model answers and a generic mark scheme for each question provided. I have not uploaded the sources due to copyright restrictions but they are available to download from the AQA GCSE English Language page under ‘assessment resources’. This would be an excellent resource to teach or revise the skills for Paper 2 Section A or to use after students have completed a mock using the 2018 paper to walk them through the strengths and weaknesses of their response.
AQA English Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 - Complete Resources Pack
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AQA English Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 - Complete Resources Pack

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This bundle really does contain everything that you need to fully resource the new AQA English Language specification (first exams in 2017). Including some of our best selling, five star resources: A two year long term plan mapping out both the Lang and Lit courses, An Excel tracking spreadsheet to monitor students' progress and convert raw AQA marks into a 1-9 grade, Assessment and marking sheets for each section of the exam, Planning and overview slides for each section of the exam which could also be printed out and displayed as posters. This bundle also includes comprehensive PowerPoint lesson presentations for each section of the exam with over 400 slides of high quality, engaging material to use with students. Lesson by lesson schemes of work also included for Paper 1 Section A and Paper 2 Section A. Each lesson is ready to go and fully resourced to save planning time. Feedback is gratefully appreciated! Question 4 resources now included and also available to download for free here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-english-language-paper-1-section-a-question-4-revision-11504003
AQA GCSE English Literature Paper 2: Unseen Poetry Lessons
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AQA GCSE English Literature Paper 2: Unseen Poetry Lessons

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A 50 slide presentation of 4 lessons designed to introduce and consolidate approaches to the unseen poetry section of the English Literature exam. The lessons link to the new AQA specification but could easily be adapted to suit other specifications. Each lesson contains a wide variety of activities including individual and group work, assessment opportunities and model answers. Lesson 1 - introduction to unseen poetry working through an analysis of 'Hard Frost' by Andrew John Young. Lesson 2 - unseen analysis of 'Nettles' by Vernon Scannell. Lesson 3 - unseen analysis of 'In the Orchard After Midnight' by Brian Patten focusing on mood and tone. Lesson 4 - introduction to comparing unseen poems for the final question on Paper 2 of the English Literature exam. Lessons 3 and 4 can be used in conjunction with the AQA unseen poetry resource booklet which can be found on the AQA website. I have only included the first stanza of each poem due to copyright reasons but have included clear links as to where you can access the rest of the poem within the presentation.
War Poetry - 'Poppies' by Jane Weir
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War Poetry - 'Poppies' by Jane Weir

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A 29 slide, two lesson presentation covering the poem 'Poppies' in detail. Annotations for the entire poem as well as example analytical paragraphs. The lessons feature a range of individual and collaborative tasks to develop students' understanding of the poem.
'London', William Blake
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'London', William Blake

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A 28 slide, two lesson presentation covering the poem 'London' in detail. Annotations for the entire poem as well as example analytical paragraphs. The lessons feature a range of individual and collaborative tasks to develop students' understanding of the poem.