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The English Resource Cavern

A collection of resources I have created whilst working as a secondary school teacher in English and Media. As a teacher, efficiency, engagement and simplicity are my strengths and these are reflected in my resources. Hopefully, these will save you time, engage your students quickly and they are always very self-explanatory requiring minimal teacher input.

A collection of resources I have created whilst working as a secondary school teacher in English and Media. As a teacher, efficiency, engagement and simplicity are my strengths and these are reflected in my resources. Hopefully, these will save you time, engage your students quickly and they are always very self-explanatory requiring minimal teacher input.
An Inspector Calls: Gerald (Essay Structure)
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An Inspector Calls: Gerald (Essay Structure)

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This resources provides an example exam question for Gerald in the play An Inspector Calls and walks the students through a potential essay structure from start to finish. It is highly structured so it can be given out to students for them to complete for a homework task or a individual lesson activity.
An Inspector Calls: Character and Themes Grid (Blank)
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An Inspector Calls: Character and Themes Grid (Blank)

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A simple lesson resource that follows the What? How? Why? essay format looking at the key characters and themes in the GCSE text An Inspector Calls. It is a blank grid in which students need to write down a brief description of a character, provide a quotation to prove it, and then explain why Priestley may have presented them in this way.
An Inspector Calls: Eric (Essay Structure)
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An Inspector Calls: Eric (Essay Structure)

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A whole lesson resource for students to use to plan a response to the following question: How important is the character of Eric in demonstrating Priestley’s ideas? The resource uses the What? How? Why? method and is aimed at the AQA GCSE English Literature mark scheme.
An Inspector Calls: Sheila (Essay Structure)
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An Inspector Calls: Sheila (Essay Structure)

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An essay plan for the question: How does Priestley use Sheila’s change throughout the play to present his ideas? Using the What? How? Why? method, this resource should enable students to feel confident in the structure of their response.
An Inspector Calls: Eva Smith (Essay Structure)
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An Inspector Calls: Eva Smith (Essay Structure)

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An essay plan for the unseen character of Eva Smith in the play, An Inspector Calls using the What? How? Why? method to answers the question: Why does Priestley present Eva Smith without the audience ever getting to see her or hear her in An Inspector Calls?