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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WJEC 9-1 GCSE English Lit Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)

WJEC 9-1 GCSE English Lit Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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
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Were, We're and Where (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Were, We're and Where (PowerPoint and worksheets)

‘Were, We’re and Where’ is a 12 slide PowerPoint teaching resource which focuses on spelling skills and homophones. The resource explains the difference between were, we’re and where and teaches pupils how to use the words in the correct context. Contents include: Were, where and we’re definitions and examples. Consolidation of understanding activity. Peer assessment task. ‘Were, We’re and Where’ is ideal for KS2 or lower KS3
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Kamikaze Beatrice Garland (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Kamikaze Beatrice Garland (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Kamikaze is a 38 slide PowerPoint presentation with 4 accompanying worksheets. It has produced for the 9-1 GCSE English anthology and contains a variety of teaching activities. Contents include: Analysis of Kamikaze and tasks to consolidate understanding Exploring how Garland uses structure and form Analysis of the imagery used in the poem How Garland uses poetic techniques for effect Language tasks Themes examined
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My Last Duchess (PowerPoint and worksheets)

My Last Duchess (PowerPoint and worksheets)

A 47 slide PowerPoint analysis of the poem My Last Duchess (Robert Browning) for KS4/GCSE with 7 worksheets. Contents include: A brief biography of Robert Browning. Analysing how Browning uses structure and imagery. Analysis of style and form and the use of poetic techniques. Exploration of language Themes discussed Links - Where to find further information about Robert Browning
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The Charge of the Light Brigade (PowerPoint and Worksheets)

The Charge of the Light Brigade (PowerPoint and Worksheets)

The Charge of the Light Brigade (Alfred Lord Tennyson) teaching resource is a GCSE English (9-1) 46 slide PowerPoint analysis of the poem The Charge of the Light Brigade with 5 accompanying worksheets. The Charge of the Light Brigade resource includes: A brief biography of Tennyson The context of the poem Discussion of how Tennyson employs structure and analysis of imagery in The Charge of the Light Brigade. Analysis of style and form and poetic devices in The Charge of the Light Brigade. Exploration of language Themes explored plus consolidation of meaning and purpose. Links - Where to find further information and analysis about the poet, the battle and film clips from the movie.
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Using the Apostrophe (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Using the Apostrophe (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Using the Apostrophe is a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation (with 2 accompanying worksheets) focusing on punctuation skills. It explains how to use the apostrophe for omission or to show possession. Perfect for KS2 or lower KS3. Contents include: Apostrophe for possession - definitions and examples. Apostrophe for omission - definitions and examples. Assessment task (with peer assessment opportunities)
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London William Blake (PowerPoint and worksheets)

London William Blake (PowerPoint and worksheets)

London by William Blake is a 56 slide PowerPoint resource with step by step lessons designed to help you teach William Blake’s poem London at GCSE. The resource also includes a 5 page booklet of teaching worksheets. London by William Blake is a comprehensive resource which covers a range of activities. Contents include: A brief biography of Blake’s life Exploration of the context of the poem Analysis of ‘London’, its content and meaning Blake’s use of structure and devices How to write about Blake’s ‘London’ in the exam Analysis of themes Links to other William Blake resources
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Poppies Jane Weir (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Poppies Jane Weir (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Poppies has been made for the 9-1 GCSE English Literature Poetry Anthology and contains a mix of teaching ideas and activities. The PowerPoint and worksheets cover: An introduction to the poem Analysis with links to a video reading of the poem and tasks to consolidate understanding Exploring how Weir uses structure and form Study of the imagery used in the poem How Weir uses poetic techniques for effect The key themes examined A video reading of the poem and further links to Jane Weir and her poetry
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AQA 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Paper 1 and Paper 2 (389 slide editable PowerPoint with 75 worksheets)

AQA 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Paper 1 and Paper 2 (389 slide editable PowerPoint with 75 worksheets)

AQA 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Paper 1 and Paper 2 (389 slide editable PowerPoint with 75 worksheets) helps students prepare for Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the AQA 9-1 GCSE English exam. Contents include: Example papers with questions A guide to every question on Paper One and Paper Two. Breaking down each question and explaining how best to approach each one. Mark schemes to allow students to see how exam papers are assessed by the examiner Lots, lots more! Click the images to preview the resource.
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AQA 9-1 GCSE Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)

AQA 9-1 GCSE Unseen Poetry (PowerPoint and worksheets)

AQA 9-1 GCSE Unseen Poetry is ideal for teaching approaches to the unseen poetry question on the AQA 9-1 GCSE English Literature exam. 60 slide PowerPoint and 8 worksheets. Contents include: -Example questions with example poems -A mnemonic designed to provide a structured approach to answering the questions -A guide to writing about unseen poetry using the exemplar responses How to write about content, imagery, poetic techniques, structure, mood and theme How to write a personal response How to compare one poem with another Exemplar model answer
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AQA 9-1 Poetry Anthology Power and Conflict Pack (PowerPoint and worksheets)

AQA 9-1 Poetry Anthology Power and Conflict Pack (PowerPoint and worksheets)

15 individual PowerPoint presentations (655 slides in total) with 72 worksheets AQA GCSE Poetry Anthology Power and Conflict Pack contains 15 teaching resource packs (15 PowerPoints with worksheets) to help you teach every poem from the AQA 9-1 GCSE Power and Conflict poetry cluster. The poems covered are: Ozymandias (Shelley) London (Blake) Extract from the Prelude: Stealing a Boat (Wordsworth) My Last Duchess (Browning) The Charge of the Light Brigade (Tennyson) Exposure (Owen) Storm on the Island (Heaney) Bayonet Charge (Hughes) Remains (Armitage) Poppies (Weir) War Photographer (Duffy) Tissue (Dharker) The Emigree (Rumens) Kamikaze (Garland) Checking Out Me History (Agard) Each PowerPoint focuses on a particular poem and provides a detailed analysis with numerous accompanying worksheets
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Spellings Year 5 and Year 6 (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Spellings Year 5 and Year 6 (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Spellings - Year 5 and Year 6 uses words from the statutory National Curriculum spellings for Year 5 and Year 6 as assessed in the KS2 SATs. The resource includes a fully editable 134 slide PowerPoint presentation and 23 worksheets. The teaching resource contains 10 sets of spellings. Every set uses the words from the Year 5 and Year 6 National Curriculum and each word is given within a sentence to enable children to contextualise each one. Click on the image for a preview.
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Infer and Deduce

Infer and Deduce

‘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
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Using Commas (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Using Commas (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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.
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War Photographer (PowerPoint and worksheets)

War Photographer (PowerPoint and worksheets)

War Photographer is made up of an editable 32 slide PowerPoint presentation and 4 worksheets. It contains a number of teaching activities designed to help students understand the poem. CONTENTS: Contextual information about Carol Ann Duffy Analysis of War Photographer and tasks to consolidate understanding Structure – exploring how Duffy uses structure and form in the poem Imagery – a study of the imagery used in War Photographer Poetic Techniques – how Duffy uses poetic techniques for effect Language - tasks which explore Duffy’s use of language Themes - key themes examined Links to external notes and additional teaching resources To preview War Photographer by Carol Ann Duffy please click on the PowerPoint images opposite.
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Storm on the Island (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Storm on the Island (PowerPoint and worksheets)

This Storm on the Island teaching resource includes a range lesson activities including: A brief biography of Heaney which includes a video. The context of the poem examined - The Troubles in Northern Ireland and Stormont Analysis of the poem including a video reading, discussion of ideas and consolidation of understanding. Studying the poem’s structure and imagery. Analysing the poet’s use of language including poetic techniques Themes of Storm on the Island explored and links to additional exteral resources
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Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English Paper 1 Section B (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English Paper 1 Section B (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Preparing for Paper 1, Section B (205 slide editable PowerPoint with 27 worksheets) helps students prepare for Section B of Paper 1 of the Edexcel 9-1 GCSE English exam. The resource includes: An introduction to the exam and the requirements of Section B A step by step guide to achieving good marks on the paper How to write an effective piece of imaginative writing How to plan, structure and write an effective story Understanding how mark schemes are used to assess students’ work
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AQA 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Preparing for Paper 2 (PowerPoint and worksheets)

AQA 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Preparing for Paper 2 (PowerPoint and worksheets)

AQA 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Preparing for Paper 2 This resource covers: An exam paper with questions for Paper 2 Section A and Section B. A step by step guide through each question on Section A of Paper 2. How to write extended responses. How to tackle the non-fiction writing questions on Section B. How to write for a specified audience, purpose and format. How to use language, punctuation and grammar for effect. Exploring rhetorical questions, hyperbole, imperatives, repetition, triples and other techniques. How to write to argue, persuade and advise. A mark scheme to allow students to see how their work will be assessed by the examiner. ‘AQA 9-1 GCSE English Exam - Preparing for Paper 2’ can be used at any time during the GCSE course but it is especially helpful for revision when the exams are approaching.
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Of and Off (PowerPoint and worksheet)

Of and Off (PowerPoint and worksheet)

‘Of and Off’ is a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation with an accompanying worksheet which focuses on spelling skills, grammar and homophones. The resource explains the difference between ‘of’ and ‘off’ and provides activities to help pupils understand how to use the words in the correct context
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Conjunctions (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Conjunctions (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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
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Exposure by Wilfred Owen (PowerPoint and worksheets)

Exposure by Wilfred Owen (PowerPoint and worksheets)

This resource for teaching Exposure by Wilfred Owen covers the following: A brief biography of Owen The poem’s context - World War One, trench warfare - video clips included An audio reading of the poem by Kenneth Branagh A copy of Exposure for annotation Consolidation activities Analysis of language and imagery Structure and poetic techniques How to write about the poem effectively Owen’s message and the poem’s purpose
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