‘An Inspector Calls’ lesson on how to structure an essay. 37 slides and works out to about three lessons. Quiz is also embedded into lesson as well as a film break. This resource breaks down the process of writing an essay, focusing on character analysis. It shows students how to reach the success criteria with PETAL examples. This lesson is very detailed and can be tailored to suit a range if abilities. It is broken down into DO NOW STARTER I DO WE DO YOU DO This ensures a that lessons follow a ’ gradual release of responsibility approach’, scaffholding students before they embark on independent tasks. Enjoy !
This is a full lesson for Language paper 2, question 2. Excellent lesson for GCSE revision. Lesson includes: DO NOW activity: youtube video with key questions SQUID structure answer response Example responses with SQUID highlighted Mark scheme explanation WE DO and YOU DO tasks related to question 2
This resource is a lesson revolving around Eva Smiths diary. An excellent lesson that explores the link between Eva Smith and Anne Franks diary. In this lesson students will begin to create links between Eva Smith and the treatment if women in 1912. The final task will ask students to complete their own diary entries from the perspective of Eva Smith during different time periods in AIC. Not only will this encourage students to consider the mindset of Eva, but it will deepen their understanding of the text and allow students to hone in on their creativity. Lesson follows the **I DO , WE DO, YOU DO **structure encouraging the gradual release of responsibility.
Resource is a lesson that focuses on Mr Birlings elaborate speeches and Priestly’s use of dramatic irony. The lesson starts of with a quiz testing students memory retrieval. Included is: quiz timeline of important events Dramatic irony explanation Essay writing example How to plan example Whole class reading time This lesson is structured using ‘Do now’ ‘We do’ ‘I do’ You do’ which allows for a simple, effective gradual release of responsibility.
Fantastic lesson exploring the character of Sheila Birling in ‘An Inspector Calls’. This lesson aims to explore the character in an interactive manner. Contains: Spelling test Glossary Character guessing activity LOs and key words Looking at Sheilas purpose comparing Sheila to Mr Birling Question matrix using teacher toolkit
Complete lesson includes: DO NOW STARTER I DO WE DO YOU DO Lessons look at the poems Remains and Exposure from the poetry anthology booklet. The lessons include annotations and suggestions from students made live in lesson. They also contain information about the context of the poets and the poems. Comparison task at the end.
In this lesson, I have covered paper 2 questions 1 and 2. Very detailed lesson for high ability learners. **Two complete lessons. ** Each lesson follows a specific structure will allows for a gradual release of responsibility. DO NOW STARTER I DO WE DO YOU DO The lesson teaches students how to write a summary with tasks dedicated to ensuring students are developing their summary skills step by step.