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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.
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
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Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

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Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is a 28 lesson 109 slide fully editable PowerPoint teaching resources for KS5 A/AS Level English. This resource takes students through the entire novel with a focus on character. Chapter by chapter, the resource deals with the main three characters: The Narrator (the second Mrs de Winter); the enigmatic Maxim de Winter and Mrs Danvers. There are ten lessons per character with integrated questions and talking points, designed to stimulate independent thinking for examination and to encourage critical thinking skills. The resource explores the AQA Assessment Objectives, using questions and prompts to engage the learner and facilitate quality answers. For a preview of the first 9 slides of the complete 109 slide PowerPoint teaching resource, please click on the image preview.
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: 37-slide PowerPoint presentation 4 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.
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.
Holes Chapter 4 - Mr Sir and Mr Pendanski
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Holes Chapter 4 - Mr Sir and Mr Pendanski

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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 by clicking on the preview image.
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
Of and Off (PowerPoint and worksheet)
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Of and Off (PowerPoint and worksheet)

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‘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
Dictionary Skills (includes a 13 slide PowerPoint with 3 worksheets)
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Dictionary Skills (includes a 13 slide PowerPoint with 3 worksheets)

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Dictionary Skills is a 13 slide PowerPoint presentation with 3 worksheets which focuses on how to use a dictionary to advance reading and writing skills. The resource explains how the use of dictionary can help to develop word, sentence and text level skills in reading and writing. Contents Dictionary definitions Finding unfamiliar words against the clock Q&A task to enable peer assessment. Online dictionaries and using the dictionary in Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Abbreviations and word origins
Inference Skills (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Inference Skills (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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INFERENCE SKILLS (16 slide fully editable PowerPoint presentation with 2 worksheets) This Inference Skills teaching resource is ideal for helping students develop their inference and deduction skills at KS3. The PowerPoint uses several engaging optical illusions to convey the concept of looking for hidden and implicit meanings in a text. The resource then uses an extract from the novel Jamaica Inn to explore inference in a piece of prose and to assess understanding.
Creating a Spring Haiku
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Creating a Spring Haiku

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Creating a Spring Haiku includes a range of activities for students of all abilities. Contents include: What is a haiku? Exploring and discussing haiku Create a class haiku Reflecting on learning through constructive criticism Writing an individual haiku Drafting - how and why Writing assessment opportunity
Romeo and Juliet - An Introduction to Shakespeare
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Romeo and Juliet - An Introduction to Shakespeare

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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
AQA 9-1 GCSE English Reading Non-fiction Texts (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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AQA 9-1 GCSE English Reading Non-fiction Texts (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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English Teaching Resources: AQA GCSE English (9-1) Reading Non-fiction Texts (Writers’ Viewpoints and Perspectives) is a 95 slide editable PowerPoint with 9 worksheets specifically designed to teach reading non-fiction texts in preparation for the AQA GCSE English (9-1) Paper 2 exam - Writers’ Viewpoints and Perspectives. The lessons contain a range of activities: An Introduction to the AQA GCSE English (9-1) Paper 2 exam - Writers’ Viewpoints and Perspectives How do 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 texts? Analysis of language devices And lots, lots more!
Winter Poetry
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Winter Poetry

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This teaching resource is designed to cover creative writing and poetry and includes a range of lessons and activities for upper KS2 or lower KS3 pupils of a range of abilities. The resource is fully editable so could be adapted and used for different seasons or themes. The resource includes: What is a haiku? Exploring and discussing haiku poetry - reading, listening to and talking about haiku poems Create a class haiku Individual, pair and group work Reflecting on learning through constructive criticism Writing an individual haiku Using colour photographs of wintery scenes as writing stimulus Drafting - how and why we redraft How to plan and structure a haiku Writing assessment opportunity - write a simple haiku poem about winter
Extract from The Prelude: Stealing a Boat by William Wordsworth (PowerPoint and Worksheets)
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Extract from The Prelude: Stealing a Boat by William Wordsworth (PowerPoint and Worksheets)

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Extract from The Prelude: Stealing a Boat by William Wordsworth has been made for the AQA 9-1 GCSE English Literature exam and contains a range of teaching activities. CONTENTS: - A brief introduction to William Wordsworth - A copy of the poem and tasks to consolidate understanding - Structure – analysing how Wordsworth uses structure in the poem - Imagery - Wordsworth’s use of imagery - Poetic Techniques - Language – activities that examine Wordsworth’s language choice - Themes - key themes of Stealing a Boat explored with notes - Video – a reading of the poem and discussion
Ozymandias (35 slide PowerPoint and 5 worksheets)
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Ozymandias (35 slide PowerPoint and 5 worksheets)

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Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley is a 35 slide PowerPoint presentation with 5 worksheets. This resource contains an assortment of teaching ideas and activities. The PowerPoint and worksheets cover: - An introduction to Shelley - A copy of the poem and tasks to consolidate understanding - Exploring how Shelley uses structure and form for effect - Study of the imagery used in Ozymandias - How and why Shelley uses poetic techniques in Ozymandias - Language analysis - The main themes of Ozymandias examined with notes - Video – an animated reading of the poem.
Argue, Persuade and Advise (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Argue, Persuade and Advise (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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Argue, Persuade, Advise explains how to identify the main features of writing to argue, persuade and advise. Activities include: - Examining the difference between writing to argue, persuade and advise - Analysing the key features of writing to argue, persuade and advise - Consolidation task to assess what students understand about texts designed to argue, persuade or advise
The Drafting Process (includes a 12 slide PowerPoint and 3 worksheets)
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The Drafting Process (includes a 12 slide PowerPoint and 3 worksheets)

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The Drafting Process is a 12 slide PowerPoint teaching resource with 3 accompanying worksheets designed to help teach pupils how to draft and redraft effectively to develop writing skills. Perfect for upper KS2 and lower KS3. Contents: Developing pupil vocabulary Using synonyms to improve writing Redrafting – key skills Example redrafted written work
AQA 9-1 Poetry Anthology Power and Conflict Pack (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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AQA 9-1 Poetry Anthology Power and Conflict Pack (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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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
Bayonet Charge (69 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)
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Bayonet Charge (69 slide PowerPoint and 4 worksheets)

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Bayonet Charge includes a range of activities to help students understand the imagery, structure and themes of the Ted Hughes poem Bayonet Charge. The preview images shows the first 6 of the 73-slide PowerPoint presentation Contents include: Brief biography of Ted Hughes Exploration of imagery and how to write about language A written task with a writing frame to assess students’ understanding of how Ted Hughes uses imagery Exemplar responses Analysis of the use of poetic techniques Structural devices that learners should look for, key words with definitions, a writing task (with framework) The themes of the poem explored Guidelines for writing a poetry comparison
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (83 slide PowerPoint, 14 worksheets and 8 lesson plans)
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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (83 slide PowerPoint, 14 worksheets and 8 lesson plans)

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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens - 83 slide PowerPoint - 8 lesson plans - 14 worksheets A Christmas Carol contains an 83 slide PowerPoint presentation with 8 detailed lesson plans, a unit overview and 14 worksheets. All lessons follow the four-part lesson structure and all PowerPoint slides can be edited and differentiated to fit into your teaching needs. A Christmas Carol is a detailed and engaging resource that includes a range of activities such as: - The context of the book - Studying structure - Developing key reading skills - Analysis of character - Dickens' use of language - Speaking and Listening activities - Using evidence when writing about a text - And more!