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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.
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'.
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 A2  English Language: Spoken Language Features
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AQA A2 English Language: Spoken Language Features

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4.1.2 Methods of language analysis Range of Activities and lessons which cover textual variations and representations Students identify and describe features of language in the texts using methods of language analysis. In order to study textual variations and representations, the resources help students to identify and describe salient features of language in the texts. • pragmatics: the contextual aspects of language use • discourse: extended stretches of communication occurring in different genres, modes and contexts • Spontaneous speech features, terms and conversational consequences.
Before You Were Mine by Carol Ann Duffy
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Before You Were Mine by Carol Ann Duffy

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Part of the Love and Relationships anthology for AQA Poetry. Content, context and stanza-by-stanza analysis of poem with insert clip of the poet reading from her own text. Consideration of semantic field, voice and perspectives.
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 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.
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.
Of Mice and Men: The fight.
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Of Mice and Men: The fight.

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To explore the importance of the fight scene in the structure of the whole novel To consider Steinbeck’s use of language to create effects.
AQA AO5 Writing Effective Openings
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AQA AO5 Writing Effective Openings

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AQA GCSE Effective openings is designed to help students to communicate clearly and effectively. The aim of this unit of work is inspire candidates to engage imagintively with a range of scenarios, selecting and adapting tone, style and register for the form of an entertaining purpose and to describe and narrate. Yhe unit of work is designed to help students to organise information and ideas, using structural and grammatical features to support coherence and cohesion of text. Sentence openings and effective use of vocabulary and literary techniques are incorporated into the unit along with peer assessment and assessment activities.
KS3 English Language: Dracula
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KS3 English Language: Dracula

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KS3 Dracula Unit of work 20 lessons. KS3 English Literature Reading and Writing exercises for Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’. Entire unit of work including 20 lessons based on the classical graphic novel published by Classical Comics. The resources can be used as an accompaniment to the original text too. The resources included allow for students to debate motives and themes in the novel and to respond to key sections of the novel commenting upon Stoker’s use of language, use of technique and the intended effect upon the audience. Plot and narrative devices are considered closely too. Writing aspects of the unit encourage students to use the conventions of gothic literature and the introduction to the unit helps students to recognise and replicate the elements of what defines and is typical of the gothic genre. The unit ends with the chilling inevitability of an assessed section from the text with support with modelling responses atypical with KS4 English responses to texts.
AQA A Level English Language and Literature; Paris Anthology.
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AQA A Level English Language and Literature; Paris Anthology.

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Paper 2: People and Places Section A – Remembered places One compulsory question on the AQA Anthology: Paris (40 marks) This section of the final exam is closed book and each text has been included with assessment objectives on how to respond to the question for people and places. The lessons consider the importance of viewpoint and how texts represent places through the speaker or writers personal experience, sense of time and schema. The resources cover the following areas for inclusion in the final response: • phonetics, phonology and prosodics – for example, the sounds of real speech and the patterns of sound symbolism (rhyme, alliteration, onomatopoeia) that some writers employ • lexis and semantics – for example, the connotations of words and phrases, metaphor and idiomatic language • grammar – for example, how the use of pronouns can shape narrative viewpoints • pragmatics – for example, the assumptions made about listeners/readers by the speaker’s/writer’s language choices • discourse – for example, the way different text types use particular features or routines, including aspects of visual design and layout. Mock questions and generic feedback have also been included in the pack.
KS3 English The Woman in Black; Chapter 4
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KS3 English The Woman in Black; Chapter 4

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Three lessons based upon the all of the events which have occured up to the Chapter and an analysis of the Chapter on how Susan Hill describes the woman in black. Starters and homework activities have been included.
WJEC/Eduqas Poetry Anthology: How to compare poems
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WJEC/Eduqas Poetry Anthology: How to compare poems

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WJEC Poetry Anthology set texts. These are part of a scheme of work and may take at least three one hour lessons to achieve. The resources have been created to help with comparing two poems from the WJEC Anthology This resource is part of a larger bundle containing all of set texts from the WJEC Edquas Poetry Anthoolgy for GCSE English. The pack contains three lessons, each with accompanying differentiated resources for each lesson. The lessons examine how to compare and use quotation for the following areas: Theme Structure Poetic technique Assessment materials have been included. Teachers notes have been included.
AQA A2 English language. History of English Language.
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AQA A2 English language. History of English Language.

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Twelve lessons which look at the history of the English Language and how language is influenced by culture and social norms. The unit of work includes activities, 12 powerpoint lessons History, Attitudes, Endangered words, Language Change and Opinions, Synchronic and diachronic variation, Phonological change and lexical, semantic and grammatical. Unit of work for Paper 2 Language, diversity and change.
The Signalman by Charles Dickens. Reading and Writing.
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The Signalman by Charles Dickens. Reading and Writing.

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KS3/4 Suitable for year 9. The Lesson incorporates skills required for comments upon authorial choices and the analyses the structure of narratives and how this can be used within students own narrative fiction. In lesson one students are required to comment and consider analysis of setting and understand why the author chooses specific words along with context and structuralism and how this can be applied to own narratives. Lesson two considers the idea of close reading and comments upon the writer's technique.
WJEC/Eduqas Poetry Anthology: The Soldier by Rupert Brooke
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WJEC/Eduqas Poetry Anthology: The Soldier by Rupert Brooke

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Lessons 10 - 12 of a WJEC Poetry Anthology set text. This resource is part of a larger bundle containing all of set texts from the WJEC Edquas Poetry Anthoolgy for GCSE English. The pack contains two lessons, each with accompanying differentiated resources for each lesson. The lessons examine: Theme and context Structure Poetic technique Assessment materials. Teachers notes have been included.
Year 7 Lesson starters for literacy
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Year 7 Lesson starters for literacy

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Capitals, sentences, full stops and commas are all revisited to embed grammar skills for kids finding the leap a little bit long and the step a little bit high from year 6 to year 7 as regards writing. Hope this helps.
Colons, Capitals and Commas.
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Colons, Capitals and Commas.

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Range of punctuation activities which are designed to help with basic punctuation use at key stage 3. Tasks consider capitals, colons and commas. Apostrophe Adjectives Descriptive writing
Boy - Mrs. Pratchett's Revenge.
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Boy - Mrs. Pratchett's Revenge.

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For this task, we are going to use strategies to come up with the meanings of some of the words from the chapter ‘Mrs Pratchett’s Revenge’. Complete the task below which features 10 more difficult words from the chapter. Use a dictionary, thesaurus, guesswork, etc and write what each word means.