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I am SLT, a former Head of English and former Lead Practitioner teaching in an inner-city school. All resources are aimed at the new AQA specification for Language and Literature.

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I am SLT, a former Head of English and former Lead Practitioner teaching in an inner-city school. All resources are aimed at the new AQA specification for Language and Literature.
Grade 7 sample responses to AQA Language paper 2
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Grade 7 sample responses to AQA Language paper 2

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Grade 7+ responses to the November entry of AQA Language paper 2. Very useful in terms of modeling success criteria. Could be used for revision or for students to engage with mark schemes. This uses the Ragged school articles available on EAQA in secure materials.
AQA Paper 2 question 5 - Caroline Flack - kindness
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AQA Paper 2 question 5 - Caroline Flack - kindness

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A lesson which uses the quotation posted by Caroline Flack in Instagram as a starting point for exploring kindness - also links to Mother Teresa’s “Be kind anyway” speech for added SMSC. Ideal for faith schools but useful for all… Could be adapted for KS3 too.
Sentence openers
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Sentence openers

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This lesson focuses on the somewhat uninspiring topic of sentence openers - including a fun bingo activity and a diamond 9 ranking task - leading into a GCSE-style writing task inspired by an image. Created for year 11 but suitable for KS3 and 4 alike. I hope this helps your students as it has mine! Inspired in part by Edward Munch's painting.
An introductory lesson to Spoken Language component
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An introductory lesson to Spoken Language component

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This lesson looks at the success criteria for the spoken language component of the new English Language GCSE (AQA). Students then apply the speeches to clips from the Queen, Michelle Obama and James Corden. It then introduces the task students are to work towards in order to fulfill this aspect of the GCSE.
AQA Lang paper 1 - question 5 prompts
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AQA Lang paper 1 - question 5 prompts

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David Didau’s thinking prompts populated with images to support students with planning for and creating responses for paper 1 question 5. Could be used with Key Stage 3 - designed to empower students and make them think critically, images are loaded towards injecting some cultural capital too. This works best on A3 as a carousel activity.
Much Ado About Nothing: Simple Plot Overview
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Much Ado About Nothing: Simple Plot Overview

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A powerpoint which introduces the basic plot of the play. Perfect for SEN, EAL, and visual learners. For the benefit of the kind person who rated this as too simple I would like to point out that this was used for a low-literacy group, hence the over simplification, there’s gratitude huh?
Ofsted-ready unseen poetry murder mystery
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Ofsted-ready unseen poetry murder mystery

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A differentiated lesson ready for Ofsted! This lesson uses Porphyria's Lover as a murder mystery using Paul Ginnis' well-known pedagogy. This was graded a 1 when I delivered it to my class...
Scrooge's redemption - grade 6 model essay (AQA Literature paper One)
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Scrooge's redemption - grade 6 model essay (AQA Literature paper One)

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An essay which responds to an extract from Stave 3 in which Scrooge begs for Tiny Tim to be spared. A succinct and concise but effective grade 6 essay to model the skills required for AQA Literature paper 1. One possible activity is that students add in alternative interpretations and make the analysis more tentative. Another is that students highlight where marks for each AO are allocated. This extract really helped my upper and lower band groups to unpick the assessment objectives.
AIC "conceptualised response" grade 7 model essay - masculinity
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AIC "conceptualised response" grade 7 model essay - masculinity

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A sample essay which responds to the question “How does Priestley present ideas about masculinity in the play?” - A great alternative to a gender question for more able students. Written to try to demonstrate what is meant by a conceptualised response to access level 4. Worked really well with my top set - along with some comparisons between Gerald and Harvey Weinstein which they really enjoyed!
AQA language papers 1 and 2 resource bundle
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AQA language papers 1 and 2 resource bundle

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A selection of resources using AfL starters to allow students to demonstrate incremental and measurable progress. Included are sample responses ideal to use in conjunction with mark schemes.
Predicted questions for Media Studies TV game shows with model responses.
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Predicted questions for Media Studies TV game shows with model responses.

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Predictions for all 4 questions on the forthcoming TV Game show 2017 paper, based on pre-release. As a former examiner, I have accompanied this with model answers which use bullet points, spider diagrams and tables but still access the highest mark. The only task I have not answered is the practical task, though I have still predicted this.