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I am a year 11 student currently studying for GCSEs. I love science so often do additional research and enjoy displaying it through resources that I think could be useful for teaching or revision. I also make revision resources for myself and would love to share them with others:) I try and keep most free, but some have taken me a very long time so I put them up for a small price:D If you feel any of my resources are wrongly priced, please let me know - I don't want to be unfair in any way!

I am a year 11 student currently studying for GCSEs. I love science so often do additional research and enjoy displaying it through resources that I think could be useful for teaching or revision. I also make revision resources for myself and would love to share them with others:) I try and keep most free, but some have taken me a very long time so I put them up for a small price:D If you feel any of my resources are wrongly priced, please let me know - I don't want to be unfair in any way!
Lady Macbeth Character Grade 9 Revision Guide (8 pages)
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Lady Macbeth Character Grade 9 Revision Guide (8 pages)

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This resource is available as part of a bundle for a much reduced price:) This is an eight page study guide for Lady Macbeth structured into sections of: Structural and Dramatic Significance (e.g. how the character relates to structure and form in the play), Purpose, Final Impression, Relationship with Macbeth and then Lady Macbeth in the context of the themes of: Ambition, Power, The Supernatural/Evil, Gender Roles and Guilt. This structuring makes it easy for students to access higher level analysis in relation to tricky themes, encouraging them to develop their perspective of the character. There is a quote section at the bottom and key quotes in speech bubbles along the side. There is also a key scenes summary box at the top, specific to Lady Macbeth. The aim of this resource is to provide easy revision that is tailored to the kind of questions that will come up in the exam, as it is structured to show the presentation and development of Lady Macbeth (e.g. masculine? fourth witch? ambitious? powerful?), her purpose in the play, her relationship with other characters and how she relates to other themes in the play. The quote section will also help students in closed book exams as they are all carefully selected to be applicable to a wide range of topics. The purpose section will be useful for students aiming for higher grades.
50+ Macbeth Analysed Quote Cards - Revision or Essay Planning
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50+ Macbeth Analysed Quote Cards - Revision or Essay Planning

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FREE SAMPLE AVAILABLE OF THE FIRST 4 QUOTES Features over 50 double sided cards with a Macbeth Quote on one side and in depth analysis on the other. The cards are sorted by symbols to show which characters and themes they tie in with to make them easy to use to support essays. There are 8 cards per a4 page, and you should print them with double sided along the long side of the page so that the analysis lines up:) I have also included a sheet explaining the symbol code.
Gerald Croft Grade 9 Character Study/Revision Guide (An Inspector Calls - 6 pages)
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Gerald Croft Grade 9 Character Study/Revision Guide (An Inspector Calls - 6 pages)

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This resource is available as part of a bundle for a much reduced price:) This is a six page study guide for Gerald Croft structured into sections of: Initial Impression, Development/Nuances, Final Impression, Relationship / Interaction with Other Characters, Audience Reaction, Structural/Dramatic Significance (e.g. how the character relates to structure and form in the play) and Purpose. This structuring makes it easy for students to access higher level analysis in relation to the assessment objectives and themes of the play, encouraging them to develop their perspective of the character. There is a quote section at the bottom and key quotes in speech bubbles along the side. There is a character summary box at the top. The aim of this resource is to provide easy revision that is tailored to the kind of questions that will come up in the exam, as it is structured to show the presentation and development of Gerald, his purpose in the play, his relationship with other characters and how he relates to the structure and form of the play. The quote section will also help students in closed book exams as they are all carefully selected to be applicable to a wide range of topics. The purpose section will be useful for students aiming for higher grades. Please let me know if I can improve this resource in anyway, or if you think I’ve priced it incorrectly:)
Great Expectations Character Revision Guide Collection (Grade 9 - 26 pages)
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Great Expectations Character Revision Guide Collection (Grade 9 - 26 pages)

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This is a collection of character study guides - one for Estella (6 pages), Pip (10 pages), Miss Havisham (5 pages) and Magwitch (5 pages). Each guide is structured into sections of: Initial Impression, Character Development and Nuances, Final Impression, Relationships and Interactions, and Purpose - with a quote section at the bottom and key quotes in speech bubbles along the side. There is also a character summary and key chapter summary box at the top, specific to the character. The aim of this resource is to provide easy revision that is tailored to the kind of questions that will come up in the exam, as it is structured to show the development of the character or their relationship with other characters. The quote section will also help students in closed book exams as they are all carefully selected to be applicable to a wide range of topics. The purpose section will be useful for students aiming for higher grades. You can also buy my character guides separately for £2 each, but it is much cheaper to get the pack:) You will save 50%!!!
Grade 9 Charge of the Light Brigade Study Guide (9 pages)
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Grade 9 Charge of the Light Brigade Study Guide (9 pages)

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You can purchase all my poem resources at a greatly reduced price as a bundle:) A complete, detailed guide to studying Charge of the Light Brigade with 9 pages of notes covering the learning objectives for the AQA 9-1 Conflict and Tension Poetry Cluster. This covers (and is organised into) : context, synopsis, language, structure, form, symbolism, themes and comparison. There are also key quotes down the side and a whole poem overview box at the top and comparison summary at the bottom for easy revision. I have also included a student handout with boxes for taking notes in. Combined, this guide will be useful for homework tasks (with the student sheet filled in as evidence) or independent study in lesson. I hope this helps with what I found to be one of the most difficult and anxiety-provoking aspects of the specification (as a student) - please let me know if I have made any typos, mistakes or if you think I am charging too much and I will be very happy to change anything. I would like to make the individual poems cheaper (instead of just the bundle) but I already only make 27p from them due to how TES works for resources under £3. Hope you understand:)
Immune System - extension pack
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Immune System - extension pack

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This is an extension pack which covers a more in depth explanation of the Immune System suitable for A-Level students and GCSE students aiming for 8s or 9s (or just interested in the immune system). It is still useful for general use but it focuses on telling students the really interesting parts of the immune system to excite the next generation of biomedics:D Includes: 1 double sided A4 Poster/Handout with main immune cells and detailed discussion of their development 1 detailed 4-page information pack on the immune system covering Innate and Adaptive systems; Humoral and Cell Mediated systems; Inflammation and Haemostasis; Allergies and Autoimmune disorders.
Macbeth Character Grade 9 Study Guide (14 Pages)
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Macbeth Character Grade 9 Study Guide (14 Pages)

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This resource is available as part of a bundle for a much reduced price:) This is a 14 page study guide for Macbeth structured into sections of: Initial Impression, Structural and Dramatic Significance (e.g. how the character relates to structure and form in the play), Purpose, Final Impression, Relationship with Lady Macbeth and then Macbeth in the context of the themes of: Ambition, The Supernatural, Weakness, Religion, Nihilism, Guilt and the Victim vs Villain debate within Macbeth. This structuring makes it easy for students to access higher level analysis in relation to tricky themes, encouraging them to develop their perspective of the character. There is a quote section at the bottom and key quotes in speech bubbles along the side. There is also a key scenes summary box at the top, specific to Macbeth. The aim of this resource is to provide easy revision that is tailored to the kind of questions that will come up in the exam, as it is structured to show the presentation and development of Macbeth (e.g. weak or strong, ambitious or nihilistic), his purpose in the play, his relationship with other characters and how he relates to other themes in the play. The quote section will also help students in closed book exams as they are all carefully selected to be applicable to a wide range of topics. The purpose section will be useful for students aiming for higher grades.
Great Expectations Chapter Summary (9-1)
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Great Expectations Chapter Summary (9-1)

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Each chapter is summarised with key events, key thematic / character developments and key quotes. This is done in the format of one double sided A4 sheet per volume. There is also a copy without the chapters labelled so that the summary can be printed off and cut into chapters ready for students to put into order as an activity to help them with the whole novel structure. This resource is very useful as an introduction to the novel and as a guide to refer to whilst reading and re-reading the novel to help visualise what is happening. It is also useful for locating where extracts are in comparison to the rest of the novel - a vital skill for the new exams.
75 Fully Analysed Great Expectations Quote Cards - Printable
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75 Fully Analysed Great Expectations Quote Cards - Printable

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75 Quote cards with a quote on one side and full analysis on the back that can be printed off and cut out. They are organised with symbols (defined by a key at the bottom) to make it easy to use them for theme/character specific analysis and the analysis is bullet pointed with different levels to show point development. Useful for revision, quote learning, developing ideas and helping with essays. Let me know if I have made any mistakes or if anything needs improving:)
4 pages - Royal Observatory Detailed Guide - Historical Environment
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4 pages - Royal Observatory Detailed Guide - Historical Environment

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PLEASE NOTE - I have just realised I forgot to correct some typos the first time I uploaded this I have now changed the resource to correct the mistakes. I am so so sorry :( A sheet detailing information about the need for an observatory, importance of navigation, cultural and historical context, building, designing, financing and purpose of the Royal Observatory. To be used for studying or revising GCSE Historical Environment.
Macbeth - Themes, Structure and Context Grade 9 Study Guide
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Macbeth - Themes, Structure and Context Grade 9 Study Guide

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A 13 page Study Guide for Macbeth looking at the play as a whole to cover Context , Overall Structure, Literary Form, Purpose and the Themes seen throughout the novel. There is also a section on Joe, as I do not have a full character guide for him. Contents: Whole Structure, Opening, Ending, Irony, Fall of Man, Aristotelian Tragedy, Religion, Play for James I, Resisting Temptation, Fate, Was Macbeth Responsible?, Fate, Symbols/Motifs, Time, Context and Central Ideas The themes covered are: Deceit and Deception, Ambition, Gender, Supernatural, Kingship, Guilt There is also a summary of the key scenes. This resource will be useful for developing a higher level understanding of the play along the assessment objectives of context, form, structure and themes. It provides many different ideas for deeper exploration that students can use to improve their essays - such as considering Macbeth as a religious allegory or as a play tailored for King James I - and reach the top grades!
Inspector Goole Grade 9 Character Revision/Study Guide (5 pages - An Inspector Calls)
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Inspector Goole Grade 9 Character Revision/Study Guide (5 pages - An Inspector Calls)

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This is a five page study guide for Inspector Goole structured into sections of: Initial Impression, Development/Nuances, Final Impression, Relationship / Interaction with Other Characters, Audience Reaction, Structural/Dramatic Significance (e.g. how the character relates to structure and form in the play) and Purpose. This structuring makes it easy for students to access higher level analysis in relation to the assessment objectives and themes of the play, encouraging them to develop their perspective of the character. There is a quote section at the bottom and key quotes in speech bubbles along the side. There is a character summary box at the top. The aim of this resource is to provide easy revision that is tailored to the kind of questions that will come up in the exam, as it is structured to show the presentation and development of Inspector Goole, his purpose in the play, his relationship with other characters and how he relates to the structure and form of the play. The quote section will also help students in closed book exams as they are all carefully selected to be applicable to a wide range of topics. The purpose section will be useful for students aiming for higher grades. I have also included a note-style essay plan with lots of different approaches a student could take to a question on the Inspector. Please let me know if I can improve this resource in anyway, or if you think I’ve priced it incorrectly:)
Macbeth Character Revision Pack (35 pages)
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Macbeth Character Revision Pack (35 pages)

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Contains all five of the character study/revision guides that I’ve made at a reduced price saving you 27%. Macbeth (14 pages); Lady Macbeth (8 pages); Banquo, Macduff and The Witches (combined pack of 13 pages) Each study guide tracks the character’s presentation, development, structural and dramatic significance, relationships with other characters, purpose and relevance within the themes of the play. They are split into different sections for easy revising and have key quotes in speech bubbles down the side with a quote bank at the bottom and character specific key scenes at the top. I hope this is helpful! Let me know if I can improve the resource or need to change the price:)
Prominent Nazi Members and Organisations
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Prominent Nazi Members and Organisations

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A resource detailing the roles and lives of key Nazi Officials and Organiisations. Includes: Hermann Goering Joseph Goebbels Rudolf Hess Heinrich Himmler Ernst Roehm Reinhard Heydrich Albert Speer Karl Gebhardt Gregor Strasser Josef Mengele SA SS Gestapo
Importance of Salah (Prayer) Lesson
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Importance of Salah (Prayer) Lesson

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This can be used as a lesson or compressed into half of a lesson also covering the rituals involved in Salah. Includes: Powerpoint of the importance of Salah - covering importance in terms of why Muslim's pray, what qualities it helps to develop, Shia-Sunni differences and then quote analysis slides with annotations. Lesson Plan for guidance (how to use resources) Sheet of slides to print off for reference or use as a handout (no gaps) Activity sheet for taking notes during powerpoint and annotating quotes covered by the powerpoint
Banquo, Macduff and The Witches Character Grade 9 Revision Guide (13 pages)
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Banquo, Macduff and The Witches Character Grade 9 Revision Guide (13 pages)

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This resource is available as part of a bundle for a much reduced price:) This is a 12 page study guide for Banquo, Macduff and the Witches. Each character section is then structured into sections of: presentation, purpose, structural significance, links to other characters and links to themes. For example, exploring Macduff and Banquo’s roles as Macbeth’s foil or how the Witches relate to the themes of religion, gender and the supernatural. This structuring makes it easy for students to access higher level analysis in relation to tricky themes and encourages them to develop their personal perspective of the character. By studying minor characters, students can be prepared for even the most difficult exam questions (such as the 2018 Macbeth, Macduff and the Supernatural question) and provide nuance and sophistication to more general questions to reach higher grades. There is a quote section at the bottom and key quotes in speech bubbles along the side. There is also a key scenes summary box at the top, specific to each character. The aim of this resource is to provide easy revision that is tailored to the kind of questions that will come up in the exam, as it is structured to show the presentation and development of the minor characters their purposes in the play, their relationship with other characters and how they relate to other themes in the play. The quote section will also help students in closed book exams as they are all carefully selected to be applicable to a wide range of topics. The purpose section will be useful for students aiming for higher grades.
Grade 9 War Photographer Study Guide (6 pages)
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Grade 9 War Photographer Study Guide (6 pages)

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A complete, detailed guide to studying War Photographer with 6 pages of notes covering the learning objectives for the AQA 9-1 Conflict and Tension Poetry Cluster. This covers: context, synopsis, language, structure, form, symbolism and comparison. It is categorised by theme** There are also key quotes down the side and a whole poem overview box at the top and comparison summary at the bottom for easy revision. I have also included a student handout with boxes for taking notes in. Combined, this guide will be useful for homework tasks (with the student sheet filled in as evidence) or independent study in lesson. You can also purchase all my poem resources at a greatly reduced price as a bundle:) I hope this helps with what I found to be one of the most difficult and anxiety-provoking aspects of the specification (as a student) - please let me know if I have made any typos, mistakes or if you think I am charging too much and I will be very happy to change anything. *most of my poem guides are categorised by learning objective but for War Photographer, it makes more sense to organise it by theme and content as it can be compared in any different contexts)
Grade 9 The Emigree Study Guide (6 pages)
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Grade 9 The Emigree Study Guide (6 pages)

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A complete, detailed guide to studying The Emigree with 6 pages of notes covering the learning objectives for the AQA 9-1 Conflict and Tension Poetry Cluster. This covers (and is organised into) : context, synopsis, language, structure, form, symbolism, themes and comparison. There are also key quotes down the side and a whole poem overview box at the top and comparison summary at the bottom for easy revision. I have also included a student handout with boxes for taking notes in. Combined, this guide will be useful for homework tasks (with the student sheet filled in as evidence) or independent study in lesson. You can also purchase all my poem resources at a greatly reduced price as a bundle:) I hope this helps with what I found to be one of the most difficult and anxiety-provoking aspects of the specification (as a student) - please let me know if I have made any typos, mistakes or if you think I am charging too much and I will be very happy to change anything.
Grade 9 Checking Out Me History (8 pages)
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Grade 9 Checking Out Me History (8 pages)

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You can purchase all my poem resources at a greatly reduced price as a bundle:) A complete, detailed guide to studying Checking Out Me History with 8 pages of notes covering the learning objectives for the AQA 9-1 Conflict and Tension Poetry Cluster. This covers (and is organised into) : context, synopsis, language, structure, form, symbolism, themes and comparison. There is also an extended context section labelled as “references” to take you through all the Black History referenced in the poem - this is useful for the poem but I also feel it’s important to study as it was Agard’s purpose to share it! There are also key quotes down the side and a whole poem overview box at the top and comparison summary at the bottom for easy revision. I have also included a student handout with boxes for taking notes in. Combined, this guide will be useful for homework tasks (with the student sheet filled in as evidence) or independent study in lesson. I hope this helps with what I found to be one of the most difficult and anxiety-provoking aspects of the specification (as a student) - please let me know if I have made any typos, mistakes or if you think I am charging too much and I will be very happy to change anything.