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Hello! I'm a teacher and tutor with eight years' teaching experience teaching English and English as a foreign/second language. If you find any of my resources useful I'd really appreciate it if you could let me know in the reviews!

Hello! I'm a teacher and tutor with eight years' teaching experience teaching English and English as a foreign/second language. If you find any of my resources useful I'd really appreciate it if you could let me know in the reviews!
A Midsummer Night's Dream Hermia and Lysander
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Hermia and Lysander

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A resource originally designed for a mixed ability group of Y7 students, however it would also work well for low ability Y8 or even Y9 as a starter activity. This is a writing template which students can use to write an email from Hermia to Lysander. There is a middle ability version and lower ability version with a word cloud. Higher ability students could be provided with the task in the main box only for extra challenge. Designed to consolidate knowledge of the text, specifically why Hermia is not allowed to marry Lysander and what would be the consequences if she defied her father’s wishes.
BAME Reading List (for all ages) with Hyperlinks: Getting Started
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BAME Reading List (for all ages) with Hyperlinks: Getting Started

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This is a selection of books recommended by teachers from across the UK following a 2019 event aimed at increasing diversity in the curriculum. These books have helped students, teachers, and parents understand more about cultural identity, race, and racism, as well as the power structures that uphold racial bias. It is intended as a starting point if you are interested in reading the works of BAME authors and/or if you are seeking to learn more about the reasoning behind the recent Black Lives Matter protests.
Black Lives Matter, Colston statue, Racism 2020 remote resource
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Black Lives Matter, Colston statue, Racism 2020 remote resource

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A resource to be used as a starting point to open up discussions about the recent Black Lives Matter protests. Useful for form time, critical thinking etc. Covers: The facts about George Floyd’s death A summary of the Black Lives Matter campaign The toppling of Edward Colston’s statue and some discussion questions Recent reaction to the protests for reflection Links to useful resources for both students and teachers Please let me know how it goes!