Encourage reading with this "if you like the book you'll love the film" complete display.
A Stone Cold revision mat designed for Y8/Y9 students who are low-medium level and are struggling with the text. It breaks down all the key characters and discusses their role within the text, a few key quotes and what they tell you about others/novel and how the novel is structured.
A fully interactive and contemporary PPT designed for KS3 classes. Can be adapted to GCSE/High Ability learners. LO's adapted from Bloom's Taxonomy and differentiation/maths embedding is included throughout.
A serious of behavioural monitoring sheets designed to help the most vulnerable of students and identify their needs.
SEN low ability lesson showing how to write a letter of complaint using a fun example of winning a free trip to Disneyland!
An interactive 1 hour English Literature lesson for the Unseen Poetry element of the AQA specification. Follows Bloom's Taxonomy and lesson is differentiated throughout.
Activity for learners to identify the similes and metaphors in famous literature . Can be adapted to KS3/functional skills
Worksheets for top set (A* equivalent), examining an exemplar essay explaining why the setting in Of Mice and Men is important for character development and contextual factors. Worksheet with some questions is also included, which allow students to complete their own PEE paragraphs and create their own exemplar paragraphs.
A fun KS3 activity designed to allow Y7-Y9 students to create their own character (Pokemon) using a Pokedex with prompts. Section available for them to describe their Pokemon and draw it. Appeals to most learning styles.
A display helping to alleviate confusion of common math problems and terminology. Aimed at lower KS3/GCSE students.
Full lesson of A-Level poem A Dreaming Week by Carol Ann Duffy. Pack includes: Lesson plan worksheets extension task powerpoint
A few templates created in order to help with lesson planning, creating schemes of work, and long term planning.
I have this stuck on the back of my door and students use a post-it-note to both write one thing down which they have understood in the lesson as well as their name, so I can indicate where they think they have made progress.