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A variety of KS3/KS4/KS5 English Language and English Literature resources. I share snippets of these on Twitter for free! Follow @YlitYLang

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A variety of KS3/KS4/KS5 English Language and English Literature resources. I share snippets of these on Twitter for free! Follow @YlitYLang
A Streetcar Named Desire Scheme A Level
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A Streetcar Named Desire Scheme A Level

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A scheme focusing on the teaching of the play S Streetcar Named Desire for Edexcel A Level student. Scheme includes: Retrieval quizzes PPT lessons Extracts Example paragraphs Interleaving revision Analysis of quotations Contextual information Essay questions Focus on themes
THE TEMPEST - KS3 - THE CHANGE IN PROSPERO
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THE TEMPEST - KS3 - THE CHANGE IN PROSPERO

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These lessons have been taken from the KS3 scheme available on my shop:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/reaton290 The lessons follow the character of Prospero. From our initial reactions in 1:2 to his end portrayal in 5:1. Within the PPTs there is the following: - A key word for the lesson - An interactive starter and settler - Slides suitable for printing - Links to the GCSE new AQA specification (English Language Paper 1- writing) - Reference to specific Assessment Objectives - Colourful and visual displays to put on the board
HISTORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE - MINI SCHEME FOR KS3 (NEW CURRICULUM)
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HISTORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE - MINI SCHEME FOR KS3 (NEW CURRICULUM)

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This set of lessons is taken from the full KS3 Chaucer Tales scheme which can be found in my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/reaton290. However, these 6 lessons could be used as a mini scheme to introduce KS3 students to the history of the English Language. This scheme contains: - Visually interactive PPTs, differentiated for a high and low ability class - A key word at the start of each lesson with clear learning objectives - A series of tasks that are challenging and expose students to texts that link to British heritage, as per the new curriculum - Articles that are modern and relevant, and could be adapted to suit the needs of year 9 students starting the new GCSE course - A range of activities that suit visual, audial and kinaesthetic learners - Opportunity for extended writing pieces
KS3 English Cover Work Pack
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KS3 English Cover Work Pack

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A selection of resources to use for cover from year 7-9. The resources are not typical worksheets: they are designed to fit in with SoWs so that students are still experiencing sound English lessons.
Poetic Device Match-Up Game
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Poetic Device Match-Up Game

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This activity allows pupils to have either a device or a definition of a technique. The students have to interact with one another to decipher who their partner will be. Good starter activity.
KS3 - SCHEME OF WORK - HEROES AND VILLAINS
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KS3 - SCHEME OF WORK - HEROES AND VILLAINS

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This scheme of work caters for the new GCSE AQA Specification. Inside this scheme there includes: - Colourful, visual PPTs - LO and Key word for each lesson - Key AOs and GCSE style questions from both papers - Differentiated worksheets - A range of reading, writing and speaking tasks - Extracts from different, challenging, novels - Questions to prompt discussions - Starters, mains and development tasks - Model paragraphs
THE TEMPEST - A FULL KS3 SCHEME
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THE TEMPEST - A FULL KS3 SCHEME

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The scheme caters for a high ability class and is challenging in areas. Within the scheme (which is suitable for around 18 lessons) there is the following: - A key word for each lesson which links to the objective - A series of interactive starters and settlers to engage - Extracts from the play to analyse - Slides suitable for printing along with differentiated resource sheets - Links to the GCSE new AQA specification (English Language Paper Reading and Writing/ English Literature Shakespeare) - Texts which are challenging - extracts from 19th Century non-fiction articles and extracts from the novel Robinson Crusoe - Reference to specific Assessment Objectives to prepare students for GCSE - A range of writing and reading tasks, along with several speaking and listening tasks - Assessment focus at the end of the scheme - Example responses with success criteria - Wider links to poetry and other authors -Opportunities for homework - Opportunities for individual/group research in reference to context - Colourful and visual displays to put on the board Individual lessons and other KS3/KS4/KS5 schemes are available on my shop. (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/reaton290)
A Level Othello Scheme - Paper 1 Drama
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A Level Othello Scheme - Paper 1 Drama

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A scheme focusing on the teaching of the Shakespeare play Othello for A Level Edexcel student. Scheme includes: Retrieval quizzes PPT lessons Extracts AO5 critics Example paragraphs Interleaving revision Analysis of quotations Contextual information Essay questions Focus on themes
PRIVATE PEACEFUL - EXTRACT ANALYSIS
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PRIVATE PEACEFUL - EXTRACT ANALYSIS

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This lesson was planned as part of a KS3 scheme (available on my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/reaton290) The lesson caters for a high ability class and is challenging in areas. Within the PPT (which is suitable for 2-3 lessons) there is the following: - A key word for the lesson - A series of interactive starters and settlers - Extracts from the novel - Slides suitable for printing - Links to the GCSE new AQA specification (English Language Paper 1) - Reference to specific Assessment Objectives (contextual) - Colourful and visual displays to put on the board
English Literature Paper 1 Walk Talk Mock - R&J/ACC/J&H
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English Literature Paper 1 Walk Talk Mock - R&J/ACC/J&H

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A fully resourced PPT and student booklet for Literature Paper 1 from an experienced member of staff and marker. Focuses on Romeo and Juliet, Jekyll and Hyde and A Christmas Carol. Includes: Examiner comments Tips and tricks Example plans Analysis of quotations Contextual information Mock questions Extracts Introductions Retrieval starters
War Scheme of Work - KS3
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War Scheme of Work - KS3

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A scheme focusing on the teaching of the topic of war. Scheme includes: Retrieval quizzes PPT lessons Extracts from novels A focus on Lang Paper 1 (Evaluation and Structure) Differentiated resources Scaffolded worksheets Poems/poetry Example paragraphs Interleaving revision Analysis of quotations Contextual information Assessment questions Planning grids Comparison
PRIVATE PEACEFUL - EXTRACT ANALYSIS
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PRIVATE PEACEFUL - EXTRACT ANALYSIS

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This lesson was planned as part of a KS3 scheme (available on my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/reaton290) The lesson caters for a high ability class and is challenging in areas. Within the PPT there is the following: - A key word for the lesson - A series of interactive starters and settlers - Extract from the novel - Slides suitable for printing - Links to the GCSE new AQA specification (English Language Paper 1) - Reference to specific Assessment Objectives - Colourful and visual displays to put on the board
THE TEMPEST - THEME OF MAGIC AND SLAVERY
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THE TEMPEST - THEME OF MAGIC AND SLAVERY

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This lesson has been taken from the full scheme available on my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/YLitYLang The lesson is interactive and contains the following: - A clear link to GCSE AQA Assessment Objectives (specifically AO3) - Opportunity to focus on Shakespeare's language - Opportunity to evaluate the play - A link to other AQA papers
PRIVATE PEACEFUL - FULL SCHEME KS3
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PRIVATE PEACEFUL - FULL SCHEME KS3

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The scheme caters for a high ability class and is challenging in areas. Students will need copies of the novel. Within the scheme (which is suitable for 21 lessons) there is the following: - A key word for each lesson which links to the objective - A series of interactive starters and settlers to engage - Extracts from the novel to analyse - Slides suitable for printing along with differentiated resource sheets - Links to the GCSE new AQA specification (English Language Paper 1 Reading and Writing) - Reference to specific Assessment Objectives - A range of writing and reading tasks, along with several speaking and listening tasks - Assessment focus - Example responses with success criteria - Wider links to poetry and other authors -Opportunities for homework - Opportunities for individual/group research in reference to context - Colourful and visual displays to put on the board This lesson was planned as part of a KS3 scheme (available on my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/ylitylang)