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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
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 - 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
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.
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
KS3 WAR  SCHEME OF WORK - PAPER 1 SKILLS (LITERATURE FICTION EXTRACT)
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KS3 WAR SCHEME OF WORK - PAPER 1 SKILLS (LITERATURE FICTION EXTRACT)

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This pack of lessons has been taken from the KS3 unit on 'War and Conflict' which will be available on my shop along with other individual lessons. The lessons have clear AOs that link to the new 2017 GCSE in order to focus and challenge students. The lessons explore: - The skills needed for the AQA paper - Extracts to analyse - Scaffolded/model responses - Opportunity for extended analysis - Questions on structure, language and evaluation - Each lesson has a visual PPT complete with settler, starter, main, development, challenge and plenary. The lesson has a key word and a LO on each slide.
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)
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.
CANTERBURY TALES SCHEME - AN INTRODUCTION TO CHAUCER (2/3)
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CANTERBURY TALES SCHEME - AN INTRODUCTION TO CHAUCER (2/3)

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This scheme has been planned to introduce KS3 students to Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales. This is important as students need to experience texts from different time eras in order to prepare them for the new GCSE specification. This part of the scheme includes full PPT lessons and all accompanying resources. In this part, the students will look at the following: • Who was Chaucer? What is a pilgrimage? Discuss modern pilgrimage. Introduce Canterbury tales and pilgrim characters. Discuss class and stereotypes and examine quotations from the general prologue that discuss certain characters. • Introduce the start of the general prologue of The Canterbury Tales – link back to language of ME. Look at purpose of a prologue. Students work to sort prologue using original version to scaffold. Understand what the story is about and demonstrate through an ‘explain what you learn…’ question and then create a reworded version of the prologue. • Introduce description of the Knight (from general prologue). LA to look at modern translation and HA to look at original (alongside translation). Look at where in the class hierarchy he would fall. • What is your impression of the Knight? Discuss quotations (translated for LA) and scaffold an Impressions Q.
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
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
NEW AQA  GCSE (9-1) - A CHRISTMAS CAROL - KEY QUOTES ANALYSIS - THEMES
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NEW AQA GCSE (9-1) - A CHRISTMAS CAROL - KEY QUOTES ANALYSIS - THEMES

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This bundle contains over 20 worksheets that allow students to analyse the key quotations in the novella. Each PPT contains several key quotes in relation to the themes: - Time - Supernatural - Blame and guilt - Isolation The sheets themselves work on all of the Assessment Objectives (AO1/AO2/AO3) and ask students to analyse the language of the quotations whilst linking them to context.
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
KS3 AN INSPECTOR CALLS - NEW AQA 9-1 GCSE - ACT 3
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KS3 AN INSPECTOR CALLS - NEW AQA 9-1 GCSE - ACT 3

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I have included 10 lessons in this pack to cover Act 3. The pack of lessons includes: - A look at Mrs. Birling's and Eric's involvement - The function of characters -Structural devices and methods used by Priestley - A close analysis of a speech - A model essay (GCSE AQA standard) - Colourful and visual PPTs - Clear LO with key word for each lesson - A range of reading and writing activities - Key quotations - AOs relevant to the new specification (AQA) - Questions to prompt discussion - Questions to prompt assessment pieces
NEW AQA (9-1) A CHRISTMAS CAROL REVISION BUNDLE
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NEW AQA (9-1) A CHRISTMAS CAROL REVISION BUNDLE

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This pack is designed to recap key quotes and themes of A Christmas Carol whilst preparing students for the new 2017 GCSE Literature exam. This bundle includes: - A theme based pack of worksheets that allow students to analyse key quotations (the sheets themselves work on all of the Assessment Objectives (AO1/AO2/AO3) and ask students to analyse the language of the quotations whilst linking them to context). - Key quotes display board - Scaffolded extracts from each section of the novella
KS3 SPaG starters
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KS3 SPaG starters

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Students complete 5 of the random questions at the start of each lesson. This allows for students to cover basics in grammar, punctuation, word class, vocabulary and terminology.