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Teaching and Learning resources, SLT documents/ manuals and English Language and Literature GCSE resources,

Teaching and Learning resources, SLT documents/ manuals and English Language and Literature GCSE resources,
GCSE Revision Shakespeare's methods (A02) Macbeth study of Animal Imagery & body & disease imagery
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GCSE Revision Shakespeare's methods (A02) Macbeth study of Animal Imagery & body & disease imagery

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Each worksheet comprises of 2 landscape A3 sheets which trace Shakespeare’s imagery throughout the play. It enables students to trace how Shakespeare creates meaning through imagery. My students struggled initially with incorporating their interpretation of method into assessed responses and since using these they are able to follow themes more confidently and can explore Shakespeare’s craft much more successfully. ' I created a set of 4: body and disease, bird and animal, clothing and light and darkness. I’ve used them mostly with higher ability students but they easily be edited for differentiation by deleting some of the higher order considerations. This resource contains 2 of the imagery investigations: animal/bird and body and disease.
GCSE Revision Whole class template & sample answer notes Lady Macbeth essay question
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GCSE Revision Whole class template & sample answer notes Lady Macbeth essay question

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A whole class feedback template ready to type your students’ names. This was used after a grade review exam about how far Shakespeare presents Lady Macbeth as evil and unnatural. The extract is following the letter and her soliloquy in act 1 scene 5 ‘come you spirits that tend on…’. There are extensive ideas that the students could develop about the extract in terms of analysis and ideas that they could have included from the wider play for the second part of the question.
At 1 scene 5 Lady Macbeth's soliloquy - 'the raven himself is hoarse...' analysis
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At 1 scene 5 Lady Macbeth's soliloquy - 'the raven himself is hoarse...' analysis

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An a3 worksheet with structured and colour-coded questions to enable students to explore the speech in detail. It allows alternative interpretations and all the questions direct students towards analysing key aspects of a02 / language. Students found it helpful and their understanding of the speech helped them with the extract for their next assessment. They then went on to explore Lady Macbeth in the wider play for the 2nd bullet point on AQA English Lit.
GCSE revision of Macbeth (A02)/ Methods Shakespeare's use of clothing imagery
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GCSE revision of Macbeth (A02)/ Methods Shakespeare's use of clothing imagery

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1 sheet of A3 which traces key references to clothing and appearance and reality throughout the whole play. Students become more confident with A02 and how Shakespeare creates meaning through his methods. Other types of imagery explorations are available in my shop. I’ve shared Light and Dark and birds/animals and body/disease is also available. Can be used to teach a full lesson on A02 method or as an independent exploration / revision for GCSE students.
GCSE Poetry AQA My Last Duchess - Browning  (power and conflict)
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GCSE Poetry AQA My Last Duchess - Browning (power and conflict)

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A line by line analysis of this dramatic monologue which asks students to consider word and method level analysis. Each slide suggests various interpretations of Browning’s methods and techniques. A set of worksheets accompany the slides so that students can retain a detailed analysis of the poem. Sample analysis of various methods are included to model how students should be using method to explore their interpretations. All questions are focused on AO1,2 & 3 analytical points.
How far does Shakespeare present Macbeth as evil?  How does Shakespeare present the Macbeths' relati
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How far does Shakespeare present Macbeth as evil? How does Shakespeare present the Macbeths' relati

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Suitable for revision of Macbeth or for setting an assessment after the first act of the play. The slides contain group questions to plan an essay in six parts. Questions are based around English Lit GCSE AQA A01,2 & 3. The resources could also be used after an assessment to ‘close the gap’ on the questions. Recall activity of Banquet scene bingo with teacher’s questions.
GCSE Revision Act 5 scene 1- MACBETH  Sleepwalking Scene analysis thinking mat
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GCSE Revision Act 5 scene 1- MACBETH Sleepwalking Scene analysis thinking mat

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Two sheets of an A3 ‘thinking mat’ which take students step by step through a close analysis of the sleepwalking scene. It links back to earlier references and asks students to focus on A01 and 2 in particular. It looks in detail at how the scene reflects back to earlier events and why Lady Macbeth is suffering from a fragmented, disordered mind.
Summary - act 2 Macbeth Teacher notes / analysis / revision notes
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Summary - act 2 Macbeth Teacher notes / analysis / revision notes

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This resource contains: 2 sides of A4 containing detailed analysis notes of act 2 in Macbeth. Suitable for higher ability students to use independently for revision or annotation. Also useful for teaching key points from this act. Contains different interpretations and ideas for analysis. It contains a worksheet for analysing act 2.2. Spaces for answers - maybe a revision lesson launch activity for 1st ten mins of recall. Finally an a3 copy of the dagger soliloquy and an a4 sheet containing coloured boxes containing a ‘translation’ of the speech. Cut and stick task which requires translating the speech into modern language. This was designed as platform before interpretation began. This is designed to be an independent activity.