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Mrs. R's English Lessons

An International Head of English planning lessons for Year 6, KS3 and KS4. Lessons are tailored to the British National Curriculum at KS3 and Edexcel iGCSEs at KS4. All lessons are planned for students with their own devices. Lessons are fully differentiated to suit mixed-ability classes, even at GCSE level.

An International Head of English planning lessons for Year 6, KS3 and KS4. Lessons are tailored to the British National Curriculum at KS3 and Edexcel iGCSEs at KS4. All lessons are planned for students with their own devices. Lessons are fully differentiated to suit mixed-ability classes, even at GCSE level.
Lesson 14 - 'Boy' by Roald Dahl - Autobiographies - Year 6/lower KS3 Scheme of Work-Remote Learning
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Lesson 14 - 'Boy' by Roald Dahl - Autobiographies - Year 6/lower KS3 Scheme of Work-Remote Learning

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‘Boy’ by Roald Dahl - Autobiographies - Year 6 or lower KS3 Scheme of Work - Remote Learning Lessons This scheme has been designed for Year 7 mixed-ability classes who are all learning from home (Remote Learning). All students have their own devices. All lessons are fully differentiated. The scheme of work is designed to teach students how to write their own autoiography. Over the course of they scheme, they will practise a range of skills in order to write an autobiography. They will end up with their own digital booklet of their autobiography. Skills include: Research skills Comprehension skills How to create a book cover Descriptive writing skills - figurative language Creating Humour Simple, compound and complex sentences Creating a villain - focus on adjectives, verbs and exaggeration Improving vocabulary Creating tension - parts of a story (exposition, complication, climax and resolution) Sentence starters Punctuation Putting together our autobiography (proof-reading and drafting skills) Final extract - assessment
Lessons 25 & 26 ‘Boy’- Roald Dahl-Autobiographies-Year 6/lower KS3 Scheme of Work - Remote Learning
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Lessons 25 & 26 ‘Boy’- Roald Dahl-Autobiographies-Year 6/lower KS3 Scheme of Work - Remote Learning

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‘Boy’ by Roald Dahl - Autobiographies - Year 6 or lower KS3 Scheme of Work - Remote Learning Lessons This scheme has been designed for Year 7 mixed-ability classes who are all learning from home (Remote Learning). All students have their own devices. All lessons are fully differentiated. The scheme of work is designed to teach students how to write their own autoiography. Over the course of they scheme, they will practise a range of skills in order to write an autobiography. They will end up with their own digital booklet of their autobiography. Skills include: Research skills Comprehension skills How to create a book cover Descriptive writing skills - figurative language Creating Humour Simple, compound and complex sentences Creating a villain - focus on adjectives, verbs and exaggeration Improving vocabulary Creating tension - parts of a story (exposition, complication, climax and resolution) Sentence starters Punctuation Putting together our autobiography (proof-reading and drafting skills) Final extract - assessment
9 x KS3 World War 1 WW1 Poetry Lessons - Context, Propaganda Posters, Poetry & Wilfred Owen
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9 x KS3 World War 1 WW1 Poetry Lessons - Context, Propaganda Posters, Poetry & Wilfred Owen

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9 x KS3 World War 1 WW1 Poetry Lessons - Context, Propaganda Poetry & Wilfred Owen Lessons focus on: *the causes of WW1 *analysing & creating propaganda posters *Analysing the propaganda poem ‘Fall In’ *Analysing ‘Anthem for the Doomed Youth’ & letter writing *Analysing 'Dulce et Decorum Est *Researching life in the trenches Lessons have been designed for students who have 1 to 1 iPads.
3 Lessons - English Lit Edexcel iGCSE  Poetry - 'Hide and Seek' - Context, Analysis & Exam Q
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3 Lessons - English Lit Edexcel iGCSE Poetry - 'Hide and Seek' - Context, Analysis & Exam Q

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English Literature Edexcel iGCSE - Anthology Poetry - ‘Hide and Seek’ by Vernon Scannell - Context & Analysis 3 lessons - The first is based on the context of the poem and the second on the analysis. Lessons are differentiated with ‘stretch’ tasks. These lessons were created during remote learning and so were designed for students to complete independently on their own iPads. They were designed for a mixed-ability international Year 10 group, who are predominantly EAL. Hence, tasks have been broken down and scaffolded heavily, which offering suitable challenge for more-able students.
2 Lessons - English Lit Edexcel iGCSE Poetry - 'Search for My Tongue' Context, Analysis & Exam Q
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2 Lessons - English Lit Edexcel iGCSE Poetry - 'Search for My Tongue' Context, Analysis & Exam Q

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English Literature Edexcel iGCSE - Poetry - ‘Search for My Tongue’ - Context, Analysis & Exam Q 2 lessons - The first is based on the context of the poem and the second on the analysis and an exam-style question. Lessons are differentiated with ‘stretch’ tasks. These lessons were created during remote learning and so were designed for students to complete independently on their own iPads. They were designed for a mixed-ability international Year 10 group, who are predominantly EAL. Hence, tasks have been broken down and scaffolded heavily, which offering suitable challenge for more-able students.
Lesson 29 - ‘Boy’ - Roald Dahl-Autobiographies - Year 6/lower KS3 Scheme of Work - Remote Learning
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Lesson 29 - ‘Boy’ - Roald Dahl-Autobiographies - Year 6/lower KS3 Scheme of Work - Remote Learning

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‘Boy’ by Roald Dahl - Autobiographies - Year 6 or lower KS3 Scheme of Work - Remote Learning Lessons This scheme has been designed for Year 7 mixed-ability classes who are all learning from home (Remote Learning). All students have their own devices. All lessons are fully differentiated. The scheme of work is designed to teach students how to write their own autoiography. Over the course of they scheme, they will practise a range of skills in order to write an autobiography. They will end up with their own digital booklet of their autobiography. Skills include: Research skills Comprehension skills How to create a book cover Descriptive writing skills - figurative language Creating Humour Simple, compound and complex sentences Creating a villain - focus on adjectives, verbs and exaggeration Improving vocabulary Creating tension - parts of a story (exposition, complication, climax and resolution) Sentence starters Punctuation Putting together our autobiography (proof-reading and drafting skills) Final extract - assessment