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Resources designed with KS3 specialism and KS4 LA ability specialism.
Hamlet SOW (KS3)
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Hamlet SOW (KS3)

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Editable powerpoints Suitable for KS3 Extract focused scene analysis with close questioning Plenaries designed for discussion and review Assessment and assessment moderation included
The Canterbury Tales and Chaucer SOW (KS3)
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The Canterbury Tales and Chaucer SOW (KS3)

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A Key Stage 3 friendly scheme of work for studying Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Includes: 20 complete lessons with lesson plans Lesson on the Prologue Lessons on Portraits in The Canterbury Tales Lessons on tales such as The Wife of Bath, Pardoner’s Tale, Nun’s Priest’s Tale and others Lessons on creating their own Chaucer inspired poetry Lessons on the historical context behind The Canterbury Tales Homework suggestions in SOW details Extensions and links to suggested reading/translations in notes of slides
Character Profiles - Shakespeare Mix
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Character Profiles - Shakespeare Mix

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Print to A3 and share with students for their revision of the key characters of the play. Editable documents. Includes: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Hamlet Macbeth Much Ado About Nothing Romeo and Juliet
Persuasive Writing - KS3 (Chocolate Project)
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Persuasive Writing - KS3 (Chocolate Project)

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A KS3 project (three-four lessons) to prepare students for a persuasive presentation on a chocolate bar they have designed. This resource is designed to prepare students for the following skills: Persuasive writing AFOREST devices Speaking and listening Understanding target audiences and purpose of text Improving vocabulary for non-fiction writing Lesson 1: LO: To analyse how advertisements use techniques to cater to differing audiences. Students watch advertisements of chocolate bars, exploring and discussing target audiences and persuasive techniques used in the adverts. Lesson 2: LO: To analyse how language is used to create effects and to persuade audiences. Students extend vocabulary to describe chocolates. Students practice using AFOREST devices to describe them and think about target audiences (packaging, flavour, etc.). You can either give the students the chocolates to taste, or you can just based this lesson on their knowledge of the chocolate flavours already. Lesson 3: LO: To create a speech that uses AFOREST and language devices to persuade audiences. Students to plan and create a chocolate bar of their own design, ready to present to the class. Students to vote on which chocolate bar was the most persuasive in its pitch to the target audience chosen by the student. Optional - extend L3 to a full writing lesson, followed by L4 as speaking and listening lesson.
KS3 Gothic Genre SOW
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KS3 Gothic Genre SOW

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Lessons on: Setting Description of a monster Tension Story arc Gothic elements Includes extracts from: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Brothers Grimm A Christmas Carol Dracula Frankenstein The Kraken by Tennyson Northanger Abbey The Red Room The Sandman The Tell Tale Heart The Woman in Black
Romeo and Juliet SOW (Low Ability, LA, Edexcel)
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Romeo and Juliet SOW (Low Ability, LA, Edexcel)

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I created an Edexcel GCSE scheme of work that you could use to teach low ability or attainment target students of Grade 4-5. There are 30 lessons in total: 1 lesson on the context of Shakespeare and the Globe theatre 25 lessons on the plot, characters and extracts of the play 3 lessons on the recurring themes of love, conflict and fate 1 lesson on debate as to who is to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet This also includes: Storyboard of each Act with scenes template Themes quote bank board for students to fill Character profiles for students’ revision to fill You do not need to read the play. Only the extracts provided and mentioned in the lessons! This will hugely break down the students’ understanding of the play and help them focus on characters, themes, quotes, plot and language.
Chaucer Historical Context - Lesson 1
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Chaucer Historical Context - Lesson 1

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Students create a timeline on the historical context behind Chaucer and Old/Middle English. Includes: A lesson plan for starter, main and plenary A learning objective Resources list Extensions in “notes” of slides This lesson is designed for KS3 students.
Romeo and Juliet SOW (Low Ability, LA, AQA)
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Romeo and Juliet SOW (Low Ability, LA, AQA)

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I created a scheme of work that you could use to teach low ability or attainment target students of Grade 4-5. There are 30 lessons in total: 1 lesson on the context of Shakespeare and the Globe theatre 25 lessons on the plot, characters and extracts of the play 3 lessons on the recurring themes of love, conflict and fate 1 lesson on debate as to who is to blame for the death of Romeo and Juliet An assessment task (which I have purposefully left open to your own interpretation but you can follow my guide) This also includes: Storyboard of each Act with scenes template Themes quote bank board for students to fill Character profiles for students’ revision to fill There are also bonus revising of quotes games of Articulate and Connect Four. You do not need to read the play. Only the extracts provided and mentioned in the lessons! This will hugely break down the students’ understanding of the play and help them focus on characters, themes, quotes, plot and language.
The Sign of Four SOW (Low Ability, LA, Grade 4-5)
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The Sign of Four SOW (Low Ability, LA, Grade 4-5)

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Includes: 20 lessons on the context behind the novel and each chapter Worksheets for each lesson attached A unit of work and separate powerpoints per lesson Character profiles to fill in Evidence log Themes in the novel log A bonus quiz for revision purposes (includes answer) Suitable for grades 4-5 attainment targets.
Chaucer Historical Context - Lesson 2
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Chaucer Historical Context - Lesson 2

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Students learn about life in the Medieval period, look at primary sources and then do a short quiz to check understanding. Includes: A lesson plan for starter, main and plenary A learning objective Resources list Extensions in “notes” of slides This lesson is designed for KS3 students.