50% OFF! Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Lesson Bundle

50% OFF! Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Lesson Bundle

SAVING 50% WHEN BUYING AS A BUNDLE. Assessments and writing tasks to use for teaching the play version of Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night-Time by Stephens. All of the assessments are differentiated and there are lessons to help with planning and modelling good answers to the students. Variety of assessments, including: structure analysis, writing speeches and writing short diary entries.
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50% OFF! Macbeth assessment tools, lessons and annotated extracts

50% OFF! Macbeth assessment tools, lessons and annotated extracts

50% off when bought as bundle. Macbeth assessment tools, lessons and annotated extracts. Includes writing frames as well as mark schemes for structure question and model examples. Debating and hot seating opportunities within the lessons and peer assessment tools for students. Quote banks and character maps included.
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Christmas Carol Context X2 Lessons and Worksheets

Christmas Carol Context X2 Lessons and Worksheets

LO: Students will be able to show understanding of the relationships between texts and the contexts in which they were written. Students learn about the Victorian period and Victorian London. They learn about the differences between being poor and rich in London at this time. They compare the differences.
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Lady Macbeth Quote bank

Lady Macbeth Quote bank

Important quotes and explanations of quotes for Lady Macbeth. Linked to key themes in the play. Differentiated: pink = low, yellow = middle, green = high.
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Symbol of doors in Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Symbol of doors in Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde

LO: To explain the symbolism of doors in “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”. Students will answer comprehension questions about the cultural symbolism of doors and then read an extract comparing Jekyll's doors, showing awareness of him having two different sides.
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Analysing language in Chapter 1 Lord of the Flies

Analysing language in Chapter 1 Lord of the Flies

Resource includes extract, key words, definition of foreshadowing for students, writing frames and differentiated assessment criteria. LO: To be able to analyse how language is used by Golding to show the theme of conflict and danger in Chapter 1.
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Plot of The Tempest

Plot of The Tempest

Watching the Animated Tales version or the Primary KS2 Animated short clips (8 of them). Students create freeze frames of key scenes and discuss plot and main events in the lesson.
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How has Stephens portrayed Ed as a father? Including Assessment - Curious Incident of the Dog

How has Stephens portrayed Ed as a father? Including Assessment - Curious Incident of the Dog

Students will be able to identify and explain the roles of key characters in the play (AO1&AO2) and to evaluate the role of Ed with appropriate textual references (AO4). (Lesson One) Planning for writing answer to the question lesson, looking at model example and examining why it is a good answer. Looking at Ed's character and his relationship with Christopher. Includes differentiated assessment.
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Directing the Harpy Scene, The Tempest

Directing the Harpy Scene, The Tempest

Students will recap the characters lost on the island and then discuss how they would feel if they saw the harpy. Students watch animated clip that explains scene and then the harpy scene in the film version. Students then direct their own harpy scenes. Recommended for low ability.
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The Witches - Act 1, Scene 1 of Macbeth

The Witches - Act 1, Scene 1 of Macbeth

Students will be able to evaluate the representation of the witches and the structure of the opening. They will look at different representations of the witches and how they are effective. They will look at their significance and importance in terms of role in the text. They will answer comprehension questions and complete a piece of writing.
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Storm Scene Radio Show - The Tempest

Storm Scene Radio Show - The Tempest

Students to create a radio show based on the storm scene at the beginning of the play. Writing script given differentiated by ability activities and recapping the events of Act 1, Scene 1.
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Act 2, Scene 2 - The Tempest

Act 2, Scene 2 - The Tempest

Students recap knowledge of the characters Caliban, Trinculo and Stefano, looking at how they would direct them. They then watch a short summary of the events in Act 2 Scene 2 and watch a real stage version of the scene. They then perform it themselves. Recommended for low ability.
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Prospero and Ariel's Relationship - The Tempest

Prospero and Ariel's Relationship - The Tempest

Students will learn and recap the relationship between Prospero and Ariel. They will read Act 1, Scene 2 and then look at key words and phrases in the scene. They will then construct an answer to the question: How is the relationship between Prospero and Ariel introduced in Act 1, Scene 2?
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