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www.Teacher-of-English.com is an established teaching resource used by thousands of teachers in the UK and across the world. Specialising in English from KS1 to KS4, the online Teacher-of-English.com resource bank contains over 28,000 pages of English teaching materials - PowerPoints, worksheets, schemes of work, lesson plans and teaching units - all created by specialist teachers. Go to www.Teacher-of-English.com to find out more.
My Father Would Not Show Us (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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My Father Would Not Show Us (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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My Father Would Not Show Us by Ingrid de Kok teaching resource Includes a 38 slide fully editable PowerPoint presentation and 5 worksheets and the following activities: - Guided Reading and understanding the poem - Exploring the imagery used by Ingrid de Kok - Discussion of form and structure - Analysing language and poetic techniques - Learning how to write about the poem using P.E.T.E.R. - Links to additional notes, a copy of the poem and a copy of the anthology
An Introduction to 9-1 AQA GCSE English Language
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An Introduction to 9-1 AQA GCSE English Language

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An Introduction to 9-1 AQA GCSE English Language is an editable PowerPoint presentation which explains how the 9-1 GCSE AQA English Language course works. It includes a breakdown of the exam papers and the skills students need to do well. Useful at the start of Year 10 when outlining the demands of 9-1 GCSE English to students. Click on the image to preview the first nine slide of the resource. Take a look at my other English teaching resources are available at www.Teacher-of-English.com
Macbeth Act 4 and Act 5 (32 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)
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Macbeth Act 4 and Act 5 (32 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)

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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
Holes Teaching Unit (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)
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Holes Teaching Unit (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

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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!
A Christmas Carol for AQA 9-1 GCSE (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)
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A Christmas Carol for AQA 9-1 GCSE (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

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This A Christmas Carol for AQA 9-1 GCSE teaching resource includes an 86 slide editable PowerPoint presentation, 16 worksheets, 7 individual lesson plans and a unit of work unit overview. The resource covers: Social and historical context Narrative structure Key reading skills - inference and deduction Analysis of character and language How to write about A Christmas Carol in an exam 9-1 GCSE exam preparation And more!
Infer and Deduce
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Infer and Deduce

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‘Infer and Deduce’ is a 14 slide PowerPoint which explains how to deduce when reading reading fiction texts. The resource uses images and texts to help pupils become active readers who can ‘read between the lines’. Contents: What is inference and deduction? Use of optical illusions to convey the notion of hidden meanings Illustrations and photographs designed to sharpen deduction skills An extract from Frankenstein and an accompanying task to help pupils develop deduction skills when studying a text
Conjunctions (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Conjunctions (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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This teaching resource focuses on how the use of conjunctions can improve sentences and develop writing skills. The resource includes the following tasks and activities: What is a conjunction? A definition and examples Spotting conjunctions in a sentence Using conjunctions to improve sentences Consolidation activity Interactive game link
Eduqas 9-1 GCSE English - Paper 1, Section B
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Eduqas 9-1 GCSE English - Paper 1, Section B

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Eduqas 9-1 GCSE English - Paper 1, Section B (196 slide PowerPoint and 27 worksheets) This resource has been created to help pupils get ready for Section B of Paper 1 of the Eduqas 9-1 GCSE English exam. The resource includes: An introduction to the exam with a focus on Section B How to obtain the best possible grades on Section B of Component 1 How to write a piece of creative writing which will score a high grade How to work well within the time limitations of the exam The 9-1 GCSE mark scheme – how the paper is assessed
Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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Edexcel 9-1 GCSE Unseen Poetry is ideal for teaching approaches to the unseen poetry question on the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English Literature exam. The resource is made up of a fully editable 54 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets. Contents include: -Example exam questions with example poems -A mnemonic designed to give students a structured approach to answering the unseen poetry part of the exam -A guide to writing about unseen poetry using the example prompts and exemplar responses How to write about an unseen poem’s content, imagery, poetic techniques, structure, mood and theme How to write a personal response How to compare one unseen poem with another unseen poem Exemplar model answer
Collective Nouns (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Collective Nouns (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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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.
Verbs - Action Words (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Verbs - Action Words (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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ENGLISH TEACHING RESOURCES: ACTION WORDS - VERBS Includes: - 34-slide PowerPoint presentation - 2 worksheets This teaching resource has been designed to help pupils develop their knowledge and understanding of verbs. It includes an easy to understand definition of verbs and explains the importance of using powerful and effective verbs to improve writing. Tasks require children to identify verbs within a sentence and to write engaging sentences by using effective verbs.
Personal Pronouns (free PowerPoint teaching resource)
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Personal Pronouns (free PowerPoint teaching resource)

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Personal Pronouns teaches students how to use pronouns accurately in written work. This 9 slide editable PowerPoint resource can be used as a starter activity, incorporated into an existing lesson or developed into a wider unit of work. The resource covers: 1. What are nouns and pronouns? 2. How to use personal pronouns in a sentence. 3. Tasks designed to teach pupils how to use personal pronouns in written work. To find out more, download this resource free of charge.
Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English Reading Nonfiction Texts (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English Reading Nonfiction Texts (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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Edexcel GCSE 9-1 English Reading Nonfiction Texts is made up of a 94 slide PowerPoint presentation with 9 worksheets and 9 step by step lessons specifically designed to teach reading non-fiction texts in preparation for the Edexcel GCSE English (9-1) Paper 2 exam - Non-fiction and Transactional Writing. The lessons cover a range of tasks, skills and activities, including: An Introduction to the Edexcel GCSE English (9-1) Paper 2 exam - Non-fiction and Transactional Writing. How audience and purpose affect non-fiction texts. How to follow an argument in a non-fiction text. How are fact and opinion used in non-fiction? Analysis of language techniques used in non-fiction. And a lot more...
Holes by Louis Sachar (161 slide PowerPoint, 20 worksheets and 23 lesson plans)
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Holes by Louis Sachar (161 slide PowerPoint, 20 worksheets and 23 lesson plans)

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This Holes by Louis Sachar teaching resource includes a 161-slide editable PowerPoint, 20 worksheets, 23 detailed lesson plans and a unit overview Holes is a very detailed resource which covers a wide range of activities for pupils of different abilities. The resource covers: 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!
Functional Skills: Writing (PowerPoint presentation, worksheets and unit overview)
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Functional Skills: Writing (PowerPoint presentation, worksheets and unit overview)

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Functional Skills: Writing teaching resource This teaching resource is made up of a 114 slide PowerPoint based Scheme of Work designed to teach English Functional Skills Writing and 28 worksheets. It includes 8 lessons, each structured using the 4 part lesson plan (starter , introduction, development and plenary) all of which can be edited to suit your teaching needs. It includes: A detailed lesson by lesson unit of work overview How to create a mind map How to construct a formal email How to put together a Functional Skills writing task The importance of writing and modern communication as a key life skill Understanding the importance of audience and purpose when writing Effectively taking messages Effective note taking How to turn notes into prose Using Functional Skills criteria to self and peer assess written work
WJEC 9-1 GCSE English Lit Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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WJEC 9-1 GCSE English Lit Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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This teaching resource is designed to help students with the Unseen Poetry section of the WJEC 9-1 GCSE English Literature Exam. The resource is made up of a step by step unit of work which guides students through the unseen poetry question on the exam. Contents include: An introduction to the exam question Using a mnemonic to approach the poems How to write about context, imagery, poetic techniques, structure, tone and theme How to write a personal response How to compare and contrast the poems A model/exemplar answer for annotation and discussion 53 slide PowerPoint presentation 4 worksheets
Macbeth - Act One (48 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)
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Macbeth - Act One (48 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)

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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
Using Commas (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Using Commas (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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Using Commas explains how and when to use commas when writing a sentence. This 10 slide PowerPoint resource (and 2 worksheets) covers the following: How to use commas in a list Using commas to replace ‘and’ or ‘or’ Using commas with adjectives and adverbs How to use commas when writing dialogue Click the image to preview the resource.
Edexcel GCSE English Paper 1 Section A (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Edexcel GCSE English Paper 1 Section A (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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48 slide editable PowerPoint with 7 worksheets Edexcel GCSE English Paper 1 Section A has been created to prepare students for Section A of the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English exam Paper One. The resource includes: An introduction to the exam paper and how it works Example extract using The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe Example exam questions linked to the extract with guidance and advice Step by step lessons to help students tackle the exam paper with confidence Analysing language and learning how to write detailed extended answers
Macbeth teaching unit for 9-1 GCSE (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)
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Macbeth teaching unit for 9-1 GCSE (PowerPoint, worksheets and lesson plans)

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Macbeth 9-1 GCSE English Teaching unit 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. 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