Three pages of close reading of the text questions - line by line - to assist students to understand the content. literary links within the text, imagery, characterisation and meaning. The questions will facilitate a good set of revision notes. Activities include research and presentation, paired and group work, and writing tasks. The materials are suitable for GCSE, AS and A level students. Teachers and parents new to the text may appreciate the line by line approach to studying the text to aid understanding. There is nothing attractive about the word document, this purely for academic content and activities.
Two pages of questions and activities related to Act 1 scenes 4 and 5. These will keep students occupied for a whole lesson or more. Close reading and links within the text are required. Activities are varied and would enable differentiated learning.
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.
Powerpoints, word documents, activities and notes - excellent value for money. Suitable for Edexcel or OCR A Level or AS Level. Also suitable for AQA. There are enough resources here to be valuable to timesavers.
Notes and activities covering Language Change for A level. Useful materials, research summaries and activities all in these 65 pages. Well worth the preparation time, useful revision tool. All in word for editing.
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.
Useful for students, teachers and parents of those studying Hamlet for GCSEs, AS and A level English Literature. Questions, activities, notes and useful tips for exams. Saves time. Focused on the text. Great value for money! NQT teachers and those new to the text would benefit from the notes. Revision. AQA A level. Excellent time saver.
Quotations, tasks, essays and points to note in answers. Useful for looking at different interpretations of Othello by literary critics over time. Suitable for A level students, some essay points, and useful for teacher preparation. Suitable as revision material for students. Good for class discussions.
Close reading questions and activities on Act 3, scenes 3 and 4, plus additional activities on Act 3. A word document which will focus students on the text. Suitable for GCSE and A level, will enable a set of detailed notes. Raises links with other texts. Concise and to the point, the word document would help teacher preparation as well as serve as a useful cover lesson (s).
An approach to A Level Investigations / Projects. Possible ideas. Proformas for completion as guidance. What to include. How to prepare for an A level language investigation. Lots of materials - 42 pages. A resource to help you succeed.