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A shop for resources on various types of authors, including a heavy focus on example essays, textual analysis and National 5/Higher texts.
NAT 5 English Critical Essay: An Inspector Calls (Marked 19/20)
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NAT 5 English Critical Essay: An Inspector Calls (Marked 19/20)

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This is a National 5 English A-grade critical essay which examines J. B. Priestley’s play An Inspector Calls in relation to the following question: Choose a play which explores an important theme. By referring to appropriate techniques, explain how this theme is explored. This essay discusses the theme of capitalism as a destructive force and how this is presented through the characterisation within the play. Evidence from the play has been highlighted in light blue for easier use.
Higher English: A Streetcar Named Desire Study Booklet
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Higher English: A Streetcar Named Desire Study Booklet

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This study booklet contains over 30 key quotes and analysis of Tennessee Williams’ play A Streetcar Named Desire, along with a background of Williams, the play’s themes and an example Higher English critical essay. Intended for study within the SQA CfE (Curriculum for Excellence) framework at Higher level, this booklet is adaptable enough to be used for many different syllabuses including A-Levels, US High School Diploma and Australian Higher School Certificate.
Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (18/20) - Character Coping with Social Conventions
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Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (18/20) - Character Coping with Social Conventions

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This is a Higher English A-grade critical essay which examines Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible in relation to the following question: Choose a play in which a central character struggles to cope with social convention or financial difficulties or family duties. With reference to appropriate techniques, briefly explain the reasons for the character’s struggle and discuss how the dramatist’s presentation of this struggle enhances your understanding of character and/or theme in the play as a whole. This essay discusses the character of John Proctor and his conflict with the Puritan society of Salem.
Higher English: A Streetcar Named Desire Example Essay Bundle
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Higher English: A Streetcar Named Desire Example Essay Bundle

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This bundle contains 4 example Higher English essays of varying grades on the play ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ by Tennessee Williams. These are intended as examples for studying the play at Higher English within the SQA CfE curriculum, but are flexible to be used as examples for A-level too.
Higher English Model Essay: A Streetcar Named Desire (17/20)
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Higher English Model Essay: A Streetcar Named Desire (17/20)

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This is a Higher English A-grade critical essay which examines Tennessee Williams’ play A Streetcar Named Desire in relation to the following question: Choose a play in which a character has a weakness or flaw. By referring to appropriate techniques, explain the importance of this weakness or flaw and discuss how it contributes to your appreciation of the play as a whole. Evidence from the play has been highlighted in light blue for easier use.
Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (15/20) - Concluding Scene
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Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (15/20) - Concluding Scene

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This is a Higher English A-grade critical essay which examines Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible in relation to the following question: Choose a play in which the concluding scene provides effective clarification of the central concerns. By referring in detail to the concluding scene, discuss in what ways it is important for your understanding of the play as a whole. Evidence from the play has been highlighted in light blue for easier use.
NAT 5/Higher 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' Critical Essay Quote Booklet
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NAT 5/Higher 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' Critical Essay Quote Booklet

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This booklet provides line by line analysis of Wilfred Owen’s poem ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’, focusing upon various poetic techniques and the general themes of the poem. This is ideal for exam revision or for teaching the analysis of the poem. It is aimed at National 5 and Higher English students.
NAT 5/Higher 'Dulce Et Decorum Est'  Bundle
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NAT 5/Higher 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' Bundle

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A collection of two essays and a detailed critical essay quote booklet aimed at National 5 students studying Wilfred Owen’s ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’. This can be used for Higher English as well.
NAT 5 Critical Essay: All My Sons - Arthur Miller (marked 19/20)
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NAT 5 Critical Essay: All My Sons - Arthur Miller (marked 19/20)

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This is a National 5 English A-grade critical essay which examines Arthur Miller’s play All My Sons in relation to the following question: Choose a play in which the writer creates an interesting character. By referring to appropriate techniques, explain how the writer makes this character interesting. This essay discusses the depiction of Joe Keller and the theme of self-interest versus social responsibility, and how this is presented through Keller’s characterisation within the play. Evidence from the play has been highlighted in light blue for easier use.
NAT 5 Critical Essay: 'Mid-Term Break'  (16/20) - Mood or Atmosphere
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NAT 5 Critical Essay: 'Mid-Term Break' (16/20) - Mood or Atmosphere

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This is a NAT 5 English A-grade critical essay which examines Seamus Heaney’s poem ‘Mid-Term Break’ in relation to the following question: Choose a poem which creates a particular mood or atmosphere. By referring to poetic techniques, show how the poet creates this particular mood or atmosphere.
Bernard MacLaverty: 'A Time To Dance' NAT 5 Essay Bundle
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Bernard MacLaverty: 'A Time To Dance' NAT 5 Essay Bundle

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This bundle consists of 6 different essays of A and B standard at National 5 English, pertaining to different critical essay questions regarding Bernard MacLaverty’s short story ‘A Time To Dance’. For educational purposes, these essays are useful for both teachers and students as examples of expected standards and which quotes to use for various essay questions. Quotes have been highlighted in light blue for easier visibility.
Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (17/20) - Important Issues Within Society
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Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (17/20) - Important Issues Within Society

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This is a Higher English A-grade critical essay which examines Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible in relation to the following question: Choose a play which explores an important issue or issues within society. Briefly explain the nature of the issue(s) and discuss how the dramatist’s presentation of the issue(s) contributed to your appreciation of the play as a whole. Evidence from the play has been highlighted in light blue for easier use.
Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (16/20) - Conflict with Surroundings
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Higher English Model Essay: The Crucible (16/20) - Conflict with Surroundings

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This is a Higher English A-grade critical essay which examines Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible in relation to the following question: *Choose a play in which the main character is in conflict with his or her surroundings. Briefly explain the nature of this conflict and discuss how the dramatist’s presentation of this feature helps you enhance your understanding of the play as a whole. * The essay has been colour coded to show the different types of sections to an essay. A non-colour coded version is also attached beneath.
The Crucible: Higher English Quote Booklet & Example Essay
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The Crucible: Higher English Quote Booklet & Example Essay

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This booklet gives a concise background of Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible, its central themes and maincharacters, along with an in depth analysis of 14 key quotes of the play. It also includes a Higher example critical essay in relation to the following question: **Choose a play which explores an important issue or issues within society. Briefly explain the nature of the issue(s) and discuss how the dramatist’s presentation of the issue(s) contributed to your appreciation of the play as a whole. ** This resource is ideal for student and staff alike when studying The Crucible and is useful as a revising tool as much as it is useful as a teaching device. This booklet has been devised with the CfE Higher English curriculum in mind.
The Crucible Essay and Quote Booklet Bundle: NAT 5/Higher
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The Crucible Essay and Quote Booklet Bundle: NAT 5/Higher

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This bundle contains 5 example Higher English critical essays and 1 example National 5 critical essay. It also contains a booklet of the most significant and useful quotes necessary for studying Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ with accompanying analysis. This bundle is useful for teaching by example, reference for both students and teacher, and for general information of the play and playwright.
Solo Talk Unit
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Solo Talk Unit

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This is a solo talk presentation unit aimed at broad general education students in S1 - S3 , though may be adapted for slightly younger or older ages. The unit focuses upon key aspects of talking: Planning and research Writing talks (opening, main points, conclusions) Speaking skills (rhetorical questions, hooks, use of voice and tone etc.) Presentation skills (body language, power points, prop use etc.) Group research and work This unit is open to adaptation so if you find parts of it useful but not the whole thing then please feel free to change it to suit your lessons. These are based around lessons within 50-minute slots.
Horror Story Writing Unit
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Horror Story Writing Unit

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This is a horror story writing unit aimed at broad general education students in S1 - S2 (10-13), though may be adapted for slightly younger or older ages. The unit focuses upon key aspects of story writing: showing rather than telling development of setting, plot and character improving word choice and grammar This unit is open to adaptation so if you find parts of it useful but not the whole thing then please feel free to change it to suit your lessons. These are based around lessons within 50-minute slots.