Collective Nouns (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Collective Nouns (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Collective Nouns 32 slide editable PowerPoint presentation with 1 worksheet Collective Nouns is made up of a 32 slide PowerPoint with an accompanying worksheet. Collective Nouns is a FREE resource – just click the download button below to access this free teaching resource.
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Holes by Louis Sachar (free PowerPoint teaching resource)

Holes by Louis Sachar (free PowerPoint teaching resource)

Holes - a free 'taster' PowerPoint presentation - provides a brief introduction to our Holes teaching resource for the popular novel. This free sample includes 15 slides from the complete 161 slide resource 'Holes' which can be viewed here https://www.teacher-of-english.com/holes-teaching-resources-97.html
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (includes a 118 slide PowerPoint, 33 worksheets and unit of work)

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (includes a 118 slide PowerPoint, 33 worksheets and unit of work)

This Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde teaching resource contains 11 lessons designed to develop student knowledge and understanding of the plot, characters, language, themes and historical context of the novel. Contents: -A brief biography of Robert Louis Stevenson -An explanation of the context of the novel (Victorian London, gothic traditions, the Theory of Evolution, Jack the Ripper) -Activities to explore the narrative structure of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde -Analysis of the characters of Gabriel Utterson, Dr Lanyon, Henry Jekyll and Mr Hyde -Exploration of themes - the duality of human nature, the supernatural and science and the unexplained -Developing awareness of the features of a novel – character, theme, plot, style and language -Examining Stevenson's use of language - setting, description, contrast, symbolism and pathetic fallacy - And a lot more!
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Holes Teaching Unit (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

Holes Teaching Unit (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

This Holes by Louis Sachar teaching resource bundle is made up of 7 individual Holes teaching resources. The bundle in total includes 161 editable PowerPoint slides, 20 worksheets, 23 detailed lesson plans and a unit overview It covers a range of activities for pupils of different abilities, including: The social and historical context of Holes Plot and key themes - crime and punishment, friendship, redemption Character analysis (Stanley, Mr Sir, Mr Pendanski, The Warden, Kate Barlow, Sam and Zero) Key features of a novel – narrative hooks, building tension, setting the scene Using Point/Evidence/Explain Language study Empathy writing And more!
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Holes - Chapters 1 - 3 (PowerPoint, lesson plans, worksheets and overview)

Holes - Chapters 1 - 3 (PowerPoint, lesson plans, worksheets and overview)

This Holes KS3 English teaching resource explores chapters 1, 2 and 3 of the Louis Sachar novel. It includes a 23-slide editable PowerPoint, 3 detailed lesson plans, a teaching overview and one worksheet. Contents cover: Making predictions based on the cover and blurb How Sachar uses language to establish setting at the start of the book How the author hooks the reader at the beginning Exploration of the theme of destiny Analysis of Stanley Yelnats at the start of the novel Extension questions You can preview the first few slides of Holes – Part One by clicking on the preview image.
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Holes Chapter 4 - Mr. Sir and Mr. Pendanski (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

Holes Chapter 4 - Mr. Sir and Mr. Pendanski (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

This Holes KS3 English teaching resource explores part two of the Louis Sachar novel. It includes a 26-slide editable PowerPoint, 3 detailed lesson plans, a teaching overview and 2 worksheets. Contents cover: How Louis Sachar builds tension in Chapter 4 How the writer uses description, dialogue and action to create characters Analysis of Mr. Sir To understand the meaning of contrast in writing and to learn how Louis Sachar uses contrast to present the characters of Mr. Sir and Mr. Pendanski You can preview the first few slides of Holes – Part 2 by clicking on the preview image.
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Holes – Chapters 5 to 8 (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

Holes – Chapters 5 to 8 (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

This Holes KS3 English teaching resource explores chapters 5, 6, 7 and 8 of the Louis Sachar novel. It includes a 20-slide editable PowerPoint, 3 detailed lesson plans, a teaching overview and 3 worksheets. Contents cover: How to use P.E.E. when writing about the book Consolidating knowledge and understanding of the sub-plot To learn how Louis Sachar uses description to create images in the reader’s imagination To develop knowledge and understanding of the plot by writing Stanley’s ‘alternative’ letter home You can preview the first few slides of Holes – Part 3 by clicking on the preview image.
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Holes – Chapters 9 to 14 (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

Holes – Chapters 9 to 14 (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

This Holes KS3 English teaching resource explores chapters 9 to 14 of the Louis Sachar novel. It includes a 26-slide editable PowerPoint, 3 detailed lesson plans, a teaching overview and 1 worksheet. Contents cover: How the author develops the character of Stanley in chapters 9 to 14 Understanding the concept of theme and how the writer conveys a point of view to the reader How to deduce information from a text Examining how the author introduces the character of the Warden You can preview the first few slides of Holes – Chapters 9 to 14 by clicking on the preview image.
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Holes – Chapters 23 to 26 (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

Holes – Chapters 23 to 26 (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

This Holes KS3 English teaching resource explores chapters 23 to 26 of the Louis Sachar novel. It includes a 19-slide editable PowerPoint, 3 detailed lesson plans, a teaching overview and 2 worksheets. Contents cover: How Sachar uses language to create imagery and mood How Sachar presents the character of Kissin’ Kate Barlow Analysis of the character of Sam You can preview the first few slides of Holes – Chapters 23 to 26 by clicking on the preview image.
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Holes – Sam, Kate and Zero (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

Holes – Sam, Kate and Zero (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

This Holes KS3 English teaching resource explores the characters of Sam, Kate and Zero. It includes a 22-slide editable PowerPoint, 3 detailed lesson plans, a teaching overview and 3 worksheets. Teaching objectives: To develop knowledge and understanding of racial segregation in nineteenth century America To learn how Sachar presents the relationship between Sam and Kate to the reader To learn how Sachar uses description, dialogue and action to convey the character of Zero You can preview the first few slides of Holes – Sam, Kate and Zero by clicking on the preview image.
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Holes – The Final Chapters (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

Holes – The Final Chapters (PowerPoint, lesson plans & worksheets)

This Holes KS3 English teaching resource explores the final chapters of the novel. It includes a 38-slide editable PowerPoint, 5 detailed lesson plans, a teaching overview and 3 worksheets. Teaching objectives: To learn how Sachar explores the theme of crime and punishment in Holes To consolidate understanding of character and plot through hotseating To learn how Louis Sachar links the main plot with the sub-plot in Holes To analyse the links between the narratives up to the end of Chapter 40 To develop knowledge and understanding of the character of Zero and his importance to the novel’s plot and themes To develop understanding of how Sachar builds tension To understand how Sachar uses the motif of the onion in Holes To develop knowledge and understanding of how character and theme are developed through Stanley Yelnats You can preview the first few slides of Holes – The Final Chapters by clicking on the preview image.
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Macbeth - Context

Macbeth - Context

Macbeth – Context (An Introduction to Shakespeare, the Globe theatre and Jacobean England) This Macbeth – Context teaching resource introduces students to William Shakespeare, the theatre and Jacobean England. It is designed to be used before the study of the play begins. It provides information about the life and times of Shakespeare, the theatre of the early 17th Century and England under the rule of James I. The resource includes a 26-slide editable PowerPoint presentation which can be used at either upper KS3 or KS4. You can preview the first few slides of ‘Macbeth - Context’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Macbeth - Act One (48 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)

Macbeth - Act One (48 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)

Macbeth – Act One (48 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets) This Macbeth – Act One teaching resource explores Act One of Shakespeare’s Scottish play. It covers plot, characters, language and themes with a focus on Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and Banquo. The resource includes a comprehensive 48-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 4 accompanying worksheets. It can be used at either upper KS3 or KS4. You can preview the first few slides of ‘Macbeth – Act One’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Romeo and Juliet Bundle

Romeo and Juliet Bundle

This Romeo and Juliet bundle can be used at either upper KS3 or KS4 and includes a huge no prep 230 slide PowerPoint presentation, 49 worksheets and a 32 lesson plans. Our Romeo and Juliet bundle covers the following: Shakespeare and the Elizabethan theatre activities to develop knowledge of the plot analysis of the characters of Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio, Tybalt, Friar Lawrence, Capulet and the Nurse exploration of the themes love, hate and fate analysis of Shakespeare’s language the use of tension and suspense hot-seating empathy writing activities sequencing activities. The introduction and each act have been split into separate sections but also combined into one large teaching unit with PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Macbeth Teaching Bundle (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

Macbeth Teaching Bundle (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

This excellent Macbeth teaching resources includes a 163 slide PowerPoint with 23 lesson plans, 20 worksheets and a unit of work overview. This resource can be used with the GCSE (9-1) English qualification as covered by the AQA, WJEC Eduqas, Edexcel and OCR exam boards. The context and acts have been divided into separate resources but the bundle also comes as one complete no-prep teaching unit with PowerPoint, worksheets, overview and lesson plans. These teaching resources are an excellent introduction to Macbeth for students. The resource comes complete with PowerPoint, worksheets and step by step lessons to help teach ‘the Scottish play’. Each of the 23 lessons has a detailed lesson plan which use the four part lesson structure - starter, introduction, development and plenary all of which are designed to develop pupil knowledge and understanding of the play. Our Macbeth teaching resources contain a varied mix of activities for pupils of different ages and abilities and include: a biography of Shakespeare’s life and the Elizabethan theatre activities to develop knowledge of the plot in-depth analysis of the characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth exploration of the key themes (ambition, betrayal, evil, etc) the social and historical context of the play – witches, witchcraft and the play’s presentation of women developing awareness of the features of a drama text teaching the use of P.E.T.E.R. Point/Evidence/Technique/Explain/Reader Macbeth’s motivation and the role of Lady Macbeth, Banquo and the Witches cloze passages to consolidate understanding of the plot analysis of Shakespeare’s language and Macbeth’s key soliloquys Shakespeare’s use of tension and suspense hot-seating activities empathy writing tasks – diaries and letters sequencing activities video links to help the teaching and learning of key scenes developing inference and deduction skills
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Macbeth – Act Two (27 slide PowerPoint and 6 worksheets)

Macbeth – Act Two (27 slide PowerPoint and 6 worksheets)

Macbeth – Act Two (27 slide PowerPoint and 6 worksheets) This Macbeth – Act Two teaching resource explores Act Two of the play. It covers plot, characters, language and themes. There is a focus on Macbeth’s soliloquy in Act 2, Scene 1; the use of dramatic irony and the creation of tension and the relationships between Macbeth and Baquo and Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. You can preview the first few slides of ‘Macbeth – Act Two by clicking on the preview images above. Download hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Macbeth - Act Three (25 slide PowerPoint and 6 worksheets)

Macbeth - Act Three (25 slide PowerPoint and 6 worksheets)

Macbeth – Act Three (25 slide PowerPoint and 6 worksheets) This Macbeth – Act Three teaching resource explores Act Three of the play. It covers plot, characters, language and themes. There is a focus on Macbeth’s soliloquy in Act 3, Scene 1 and the banquet scene; the changing relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth; a hotseating activity and comprehension and extension tasks. You can preview the first few slides of ‘Macbeth – Act Three by clicking on the preview images above. Download hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Macbeth Act 4 and Act 5 (32 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)

Macbeth Act 4 and Act 5 (32 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)

Macbeth – Act Four and Act Five (32 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets) This Macbeth – Act Four and Act Five teaching resource explores Acts Four and Five of the play. It covers plot, characters, language and themes. There is a focus on Macduff; the changing character of Lady Macbeth; the motif of sleep; Macbeth’s famous ‘A tale told by an idiot’ soliloquy plus comprehension and extension activities. You can preview the first few slides of ‘Macbeth –Act Four and Act Five’ by clicking on the preview images above. Download hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Romeo and Juliet - An Introduction to Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet - An Introduction to Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet - An Introduction to Shakespeare This Romeo and Juliet teaching resource introduces students to William Shakespeare. It is designed to be used before the study of the play begins. It provides information about the life and times of Shakespeare and focuses on research, note making and writing skills. The resource includes a 19-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 1 accompanying worksheet. It can be used at either KS3 or KS4. You can preview the first few slides of ‘Romeo and Juliet - An Introduction to Shakespeare’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Romeo and Juliet - Act Two

Romeo and Juliet - Act Two

Romeo and Juliet - Act Two This Romeo and Juliet teaching resource explores Act Two in detail. It covers the balcony scene, Friar Lawrence, the Nurse and the marriage of Romeo and Juliet. The resource includes a comprehensive 41-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 7 accompanying worksheets and can be used at either KS3 or KS4. You can preview the opening slides of 'Romeo and Juliet - Act Two’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Romeo and Juliet - Act Three

Romeo and Juliet - Act Three

Romeo and Juliet - Act Three This Romeo and Juliet teaching resource explores Act Three in detail. It covers the fight scene, the relationship between Capulet and Juliet and the role of women in Elizabethan society. The resource includes a comprehensive 32-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 3 accompanying worksheets and can be used at either KS3 or KS4. You can preview the opening slides of 'Romeo and Juliet - Act Three’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Romeo and Juliet - Act Four

Romeo and Juliet - Act Four

Romeo and Juliet - Act Four This Romeo and Juliet teaching resource explores Act Four in detail. It covers Act 4, Scene 1 in depth, provides a character analysis of Juliet and an exploration of the Friar’s plan. The resource includes a comprehensive 26-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 5 accompanying worksheets and can be used at either KS3 or KS4. You can preview the opening slides of 'Romeo and Juliet - Act Four’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Romeo and Juliet - Act Five

Romeo and Juliet - Act Five

Romeo and Juliet - Act Five This Romeo and Juliet teaching resource explores Act Five in detail. It covers the changing character of Romeo, the use of language in the final act and the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. The resource includes a 19-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 3 accompanying worksheets and can be used at either KS3 or KS4. Preview the opening slides of 'Romeo and Juliet - Act Five’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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Romeo and Juliet Unit of work (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

Romeo and Juliet Unit of work (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

This Romeo and Juliet teaching unit can be used at either upper KS3 or KS4 and includes a huge no prep 230 slide PowerPoint presentation, 49 worksheets and a 32 lesson plans. Romeo and Juliet covers the following: Shakespeare and the Elizabethan theatre activities to develop knowledge of the plot analysis of the characters of Romeo, Juliet, Mercutio, Tybalt, Friar Lawrence, Capulet and the Nurse exploration of the themes love, hate and fate analysis of Shakespeare’s language the use of tension and suspense hot-seating and empathy writing activities sequencing activities Preview the opening slides of 'Romeo and Juliet - Act Five’ by clicking on the preview images. You can find hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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