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No time? No lessons? No worries. 'Mustdash' is here, baby. Some are free. Some with fees. Bundles, one-off's, schemes of work, exam boosters, revision...taking students from 'I'm not so sure' via 'I'll give it a go' to 'I got this, bro...' These resources work, all you need to do is download, deliver and see students develop. Remember to rate and review.
WJEC/EDUQAS English Language GCSE Revision
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WJEC/EDUQAS English Language GCSE Revision

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This resource is for KS4 Year 10 and 11 students. Included is every skill which is needed to pass the GCSE final papers. Included are a range of texts and assessment questions based on the GCSE English Language exam. There are five lessons on narrative technique and seven lessons on how to expain language. Included along with a 12 lesson unit of work is a differentiated PPt and exam criteria. The resource can be used as one full unit of work for revision or as two separate units on explaining writing and narrative technique.
AQA  English Paper 1 Question 3- Structure
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AQA English Paper 1 Question 3- Structure

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Step-by-step breakdown of how question 3 can be approached and applied to ANY text thrown at GCSE English language students. This resource is perfect for AQA exam prep and has been designed with either Year 10 or Year 11 intervention groups in mind. This resource is also helpful to re-sit students and adult learners also. Source texts have been provided and activities have been modelled upon question 3 so that responses become more organised and considered for what can be a problematic question in the exam. The source texts have been included within the PPT and are from 'Jaws' and 'Lovely Bones'.
KS3 English: Myths and Legends.
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KS3 English: Myths and Legends.

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Suitable for Year 7 this 14 Lesson Unit of Work has been organised and planned to assess reading, writing and speaking and listening skills. The reading texts are taken from ancient Greek and European Myths and Legends but also incorporates modern texts by Michael Morpungo for learners to comment and analyse. The texts include: Pandora’s Box Theseus and the Minotaur The Fire Children Tortoise and the Hare Arachne the Spinner King Arthur Students have the opportunity to present their own mythical creature and to write about their creations in descriptive and imaginative ways . There is an explanation of the skill sets which are challenged with the resources and a written assessment on a structured story which uses the conventions of tales from myth and legend.
AQA English Language A Level. Children's language Development
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AQA English Language A Level. Children's language Development

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Nine lessons Unit of Work for A2 Paper 1 Section B. Language Acquisition texts are included in range of resources along with assessment materials for questions four an five. Students explore how children develop their spoken and written skills. To achieve this, students study: • the functions of children’s language • phonological, pragmatic, lexical, semantic and grammatical development • different genres of speech and writing • different modes of communication (spoken, written, multimodal) • theories and research about language development.
Persuasive speeches: Queen Elizabeth 1st.
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Persuasive speeches: Queen Elizabeth 1st.

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"I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman..." Yes, THAT speech. KS3 Persuasive speech resource to help 11-14 year olds look at how rhetorical devices can be used to rouse national feeling and sometimes Hollywood can be anodyne in its representation of English history. Included is a worksheet with the speech on. Guide for annotation and 11 point explanation of rhetorical technique. Takes one hour.
KS3 Year 8/9 Literacy Unit of learning.
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KS3 Year 8/9 Literacy Unit of learning.

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Unit of work for three terms. KS3 Literacy skills for year 8/9. literacy booklet for each term. The extracts from texts that have been included work in conjunction with literacy skills, spelling and vocabulary. This resource can be used for the entire year for a one of lesson or as weekly block within each of the three terms.
English Year 7 Literacy Skills.
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English Year 7 Literacy Skills.

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Full Fun lesson with multiple tasks which cover homophones, (there, they’re and their) superlatives, comparatives, adjectives and colons. Kids will be able to organize and compose a piece of descriptive writing and use adjectives of their own to develop detail. Challenge: Kids will be able to use adjectives to build up their descriptions
AQA English Language; Paper 1; Questions 1-4. Alex Cold.
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AQA English Language; Paper 1; Questions 1-4. Alex Cold.

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AQA English Language GCSE walk through paper 1. Focus is on answering questions 1-4 and skill requirements necessary for success in the first paper, section A part of the summative assessment. Key terms are considered as well as a consideration of student response and grades. Key phrases are included within the lesson too to prevent meaningless sentences, cliche and irrelevance lowering marks in typical student responses. Examiners tips and hints are provided to along with the assessment materials.
AQA English Literature A Level: King Lear
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AQA English Literature A Level: King Lear

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A Level resources for AQA English Literature King Lear. An act by act account and literary analysis of Lear which incorporates drama, whole group activities, shared work and individual responses to thematic questions. This pack also includes character poster displays, homework tasks, contextual ppts for extrinsic interpretations and explanations of content, dramatic and literary terminology, tips for improving responses and revision activities. Also included is an eighty page accompanying booket which is both literary commentary and activity based guide to understanding theme, character, plot, language device, literary effect, structure, dramatic effect and contextual influences upon the play as a whole.
AQA Unseen Poetry:  At the Drapers by Thomas Hardy
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AQA Unseen Poetry: At the Drapers by Thomas Hardy

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At the Drapers is a Thomas Hardy poem that deals with a young(ish) woman who is preparing for widowhood whilst her husband is still alive. The poem itself is a stand alone poem for the AQA unseen poetry collection and can used as one off lesson for the first poem - The poem can be linked to other poems which deal with mortality and grief in a less cavalier fashion for the 8 mark comparison question.
Of Mice and Men. The Workers.
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Of Mice and Men. The Workers.

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To explore the characterisation of the workers in Chapter 2 Description = Physical appearance; thoughts and feelings; name? Action = Behaviour; interaction with others; relationships; what they do at key moments Dialogue = Speech; conversations with others; how much they reveal about themselves
AQA English Language Paper 2.
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AQA English Language Paper 2.

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AQA English Language Paper 2; non-fiction. This resource has been designed as a re-sit but can used for preparing for the non-fiction paper. The package includes assessment paper, two inserts, assessment feed back sheet, teachers answer sheet. There is also a PPT which goes through the paper question by question with tips to help in the final exam. The resources help students to focus their response in how to compare, inference, structure and locate key information so that methods can be transferable to any text.
Creating a Gothic Setting -Writing.
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Creating a Gothic Setting -Writing.

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Halloween resource for year 7/8 KS3 Gothic genre writing. Settings and conventions of the Gothic genre are analysed and tips for creating supernatural descriptive narrative are here in this fun and spooky lesson.
Boy by Roald Dahl. KS3 English. Year 7
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Boy by Roald Dahl. KS3 English. Year 7

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Range of resources for year 7 learners based upon Roald Dahl’s autobiography ‘Boy’. Skills for reading and writing are included in this bundle. The bundle includes: Quizzes and games Assessment for Reading Assessment for Writing Differentiated Resources Drama Activities Student Feedback sheets and PPT’s Range of activities Marking criteria Images for Display.
AQA English GCSE Paper 2 Section A- Walk through exam revision
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AQA English GCSE Paper 2 Section A- Walk through exam revision

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Helps to show how detailed and perceptive understanding when analysing the effects of writer's choices of language/structure can be achieved. Analysis of texts and considers exam technique for Paper 2 Section A. Tasks include typical student responses from across range of levels and considers content and level outcomes.
AQA English Language Paper 2 Section A
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AQA English Language Paper 2 Section A

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This is a unit of work designed for 12 lessons which can be used as prep for the exam paper for year 9/10 or as intervention lessons for low ability year 11 learners. The texts included are very varied with heavy focus on questions 3 and 4. Learner’s have the opportunity in designing their own responses and responding to examples of typical responses. Learner’s are carefully guided over 12 lessons on what and how to answer the paper. Many of the lessons have accompanying PPT’s that are differentiated. Assessment materials and mark scheme has been included along with practical tips on how to answer paper 2 section A after all lessons have been delivered.
KS3 Dracula for Year 7,  Halloween  reading and writing activities.
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KS3 Dracula for Year 7, Halloween reading and writing activities.

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Four lessons based on Stoker's favourite 'neck pest'. Pre Reading- Context, reading activity, images for display Lesson one- Selecting information from a text, prior knowledge, importance of settings and location, location, location. Lesson two- Writing Haikus, Creating settings, guide to writing gothic settings, reading activity on Dracula chapter. Lesson three- Sentence construction, compound. complex, embedded sub-ordinate clauses, improving writing skills from lesson one.