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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.

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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. To get this resource 25% cheaper, go direct to our website - https://www.teacher-of-english.com/rebecca-by-daphne-du-maurier-teaching-resources-1654.html 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.
Macbeth Act 4 and Act 5
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Macbeth Act 4 and Act 5

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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
Macbeth - Act 3
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Macbeth – Act 3 (25 slide PowerPoint and 6 worksheets) This Macbeth – Act 3 teaching resource explores Act 3 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 3 by clicking on the preview images above. Download hundreds more English teaching resources like this at www.Teacher-of-English.com
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.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (includes a 118 slide PowerPoint, 33 worksheets and unit of work)
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (includes a 118 slide PowerPoint, 33 worksheets and unit of work)

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

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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.
War Photographer (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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War Photographer (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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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.
My Last Duchess (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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My Last Duchess (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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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
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
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
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.
Holes by Louis Sachar (free PowerPoint teaching resource)
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Holes by Louis Sachar (free PowerPoint teaching resource)

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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
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
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.
Exposure by Wilfred Owen (PowerPoint and worksheets)
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Exposure by Wilfred Owen (PowerPoint and worksheets)

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

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‘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
Remains by Simon Armitage
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Remains by Simon Armitage

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REMAINS BY SIMON ARMITAGE This resource has been produced for the 9-1 GCSE English Literature Poetry anthology and contains a range of teaching activities. CONTENTS - An introduction to the poem’s social and historical context - Analysis of Remains – links to a video reading of the poem and tasks to consolidate understanding - Exploring how Armitage uses structure and form - Imagery analysis - Studying how Armitage uses poetic techniques in 'Remains' - Language tasks which explore word choices - Key themes explored - Links to ‘The Undead’ documentary
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
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