Context questions, with prompts and answers for the students to consider. Enough to keep the students occupies on meaningful work related to the exam.
Act I, Scene iii, ACT III, SCENE 1 LINES 28-55,Act V, Scene ii, lines 384-9 and more.
A powerpoint covering the basic choices in education and training post 16. Useful as a first lesson to introduce 'choice'. Could be used in assemblies, with parents or years 9-11. It assumes that A level progression from GCSEs is well understood and goes into more detail on apprenticeships and lesser known routes.
A set of resources for A level English Language teaching. Hours of preparation time to be saved. Revision notes. All in word for adapting. Bargain!
Gender, Acquisition, Society, Power, Technology, Change, Investigation.
A Series of Powerpoints and worksheets which cover the entire AQA A Level Sociology Media module.
These should be used as a recap at the end of a module or for revision lessons before exams.
Topics included are:
Ownership & Control
Relationship between audiences media content
Selection and presentation of the news.
Seven pages of a word document with close reading questions and wider reading activities. Useful to guide students through the text. Appropriate for GCSE and AS/A level. Would easily fill a couple of lessons and enable students to have a good set of notes. Concise for printing purposes - no graphics.
This single page will guide the students through close reading of the text of Act 1 Scene 1 of Hamlet by William Shakespeare. It asks specific questions to focus the students learning, as well as differentiated extension tasks of a variety of types of activities - writing, research, drama and wider reading. Aimed at GCSE or possibly AS or A level students. A close reading of the texts is essential for analysing and understanding ways in which meaning is shaped in literary texts. This is a simple word document, no fancy graphics, but ideal for getting to the heart of the issues.
Fantastic collection of resources for GCSE AQA English Literature teaching of The Tempest by William Shakespeare at a very reasonable price. Will save hours of preparation and be invaluable for lessons at a moment’s notice. Useful for NQTs or Teacher Trainees to build their lessons around. Supply and cover teachers could use them too. Enough materials to serve as revision notes. Adaptable formats. It’s a popular text and worth getting these resources now.
Resources linked to Assessment Objectives, some close reading tasks, some interpretations of Othello over time, some links to love through the ages. Over 60 pages of useful resources, be they for revision or teaching, to help guide students and NQTs through the text. AS and A level focus. Saves a lot of preparation. Suitable for AQA