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A dedication to all those who are involved in the arduous yet rewarding education and teaching of English Language and Literature. My shop contains a number of resources which I believe are creative, innovative and original as a result of endless hours of hard work, research and utter commitment to the progress and successful achievement of all my students over the years. It's a privilege to share my resources and be a part of the global community of educators. Your feedback is most welcome!

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A dedication to all those who are involved in the arduous yet rewarding education and teaching of English Language and Literature. My shop contains a number of resources which I believe are creative, innovative and original as a result of endless hours of hard work, research and utter commitment to the progress and successful achievement of all my students over the years. It's a privilege to share my resources and be a part of the global community of educators. Your feedback is most welcome!
Eduqas GCSE English Language - Component 2 - Practice Examination Paper (Reading and Wri
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Eduqas GCSE English Language - Component 2 - Practice Examination Paper (Reading and Wri

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ANOTHER EDUQAS GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT 2 PRACTICE EXAMINATION PAPER (NON-FICTION and TRANSACTIONAL TEXTS). Section A focuses on ‘THEFT’ and includes a 21st CENTURY NEWS ARTICLE published in ‘The Guardian’ based on the Grenfell Tower Disaster and a 19th CENTURY LETTER published in ‘The Times’. Includes typical EXAMINATION QUESTIONS based on BOTH texts. Section B focuses on the same THEME and this time, students are expected to write a REPORT and a DIARY ENTRY accordingly. Both sections meet the required Assessment Objectives according to the current Eduqas Examination Criteria.
‘The Hitchhiker’ by Roald Dahl - Comprehension Questions
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‘The Hitchhiker’ by Roald Dahl - Comprehension Questions

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COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS based on the well-known PARANORMAL/MYSTERY SHORT STORY: ‘The Hitchhiker’ written by Roald Dahl in 1977. Includes a copy of the story itself. This can also be used as a COMPARISON to either Roald Dahl’s other well-known short story ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’ or Harold Rolseth’s short story ‘Hey You Down There!’ which share similar themes and unexpected twists in their narrative structures.
NEW - Eduqas GCSE English Language Component 1 - Practice Examination Papers
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NEW - Eduqas GCSE English Language Component 1 - Practice Examination Papers

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TWO Eduqas GCSE English Language, Component 1 Practice Examination Papers (20th Century Literature Reading and Creative Prose Writing). Typical examination questions based on both Sections A and B with close focus on both the READING and WRITING requirements of this component (Section A and B). Questions assess A01, A02, A04, A05 and A06 in accordance with the expected Eduqas examination criteria. These can be used as MOCK papers as part of students' revision in preparation for the examination.
Recognising and using Poetic Techniques
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Recognising and using Poetic Techniques

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Various teaching resources and worksheets focusing on recognising and using POETIC and LANGUAGE TECHNIQUES in both Reading and Writing Tasks. Includes NOUNS, ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, EXTENDED METAPHORS, PERSONIFICATION, SOUND DEVICES, THE SENSES and NARRATIVE STYLES in CREATIVE/POETIC WRITING.
SOPHISTICATED VOCABULARY to DESCRIBE and ANALYSE the EFFECTS OF LANGUAGE in both FICTIO
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SOPHISTICATED VOCABULARY to DESCRIBE and ANALYSE the EFFECTS OF LANGUAGE in both FICTIO

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NEW – an excellent, user-friendly, printable and visually stimulating resource for students to access more relevant and sophisticated VOCABULARY to describe and analyse the EFFECTS of LANGUAGE (both FICTION and NON-FICTION TEXTS) in a more EFFECTIVE way. Particular focus on the FEELINGS, THOUGHTS, TONE and ATTITUDES of the WRITER, CHARACTER, READER or AUDIENCE. A selection of ABSTRACT NOUNS and ADJECTIVES to help DESCRIBE and DEVELOP students’ ANALYSIS of the EFFECTS of LANGUAGE and to avoid REPETITION of commonly used words in their written responses to any given reading text.
Useful Words and Phrases to Explain Effect
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Useful Words and Phrases to Explain Effect

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A handy Powerpoint containing various slides to explain the EFFECT of key words, quotes and evidence from given texts. Also contains a table of ABSTRACT NOUNS to add to students' vocabulary banks and ways in which to structure and develop their responses to given texts in a more sophisticated, imaginative way. Great for describing ATMOSPHERE, FEELINGS and the SENSES.
'Blood Brothers' Revision Booklet
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'Blood Brothers' Revision Booklet

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A detailed REVISION BOOKLET based on the play ‘Blood Brothers’ by Willy Russell with reference to the new EDUQAS GCSE Literature Syllabus, Component 2 – Post 1914 Prose/Drama - Section A. This includes detailed SUMMARY NOTES on both ACT 1 and ACT 2, the MAIN THEMES, the MAIN CHARACTERS, the NARRATOR’S ROLE, EXAM TIPS and a SAMPLE QUESTION together with a number of related ACTIVITIES to test students’ UNDERSTANDING of the play as a whole.
Eduqas GCSE English Lang Comp 1 Practice Examination Paper
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Eduqas GCSE English Lang Comp 1 Practice Examination Paper

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Another Eduqas GCSE English Language, Component 1 Practice Examination Paper. In particular, Section A focuses on an extract based on Bullfighting in Spain. Both Sections A and B contain typical examination questions based on the requirements and assessment of A01, A02, A04, A05 and A06 in accordance with the expected Eduqas examination criteria. Another useful Revision Mock Paper for all students studying this course.
‘Hey You Down There!’ by Harold Rolseth - Comprehension Questions
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‘Hey You Down There!’ by Harold Rolseth - Comprehension Questions

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COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS based on the well-known SCIENCE- FICTION/PARANORMAL/MYSTERY SHORT STORY: ‘Hey You Down There!’ written by Harold Rolseth in 1972. A WORKSHEET based on the short story with particular focus on the theme of PARANORMAL ACTIVITY. Includes a copy of the story itself. This can also be used as a COMPARISON to Roald Dahl’s famous short stories ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’ or ‘The Hitchhiker’ which share similar themes and unexpected twists in their narrative structures.
SPAG Resources
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SPAG Resources

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Particular focus on CREATIVE WRITING TECHNIQUES including the DEFINITION and USE of NOUNS, ADJECTIVES, ADVERBS, METAPHORS, PERSONIFICATION, NARRATION, and the SENSES in both Story Writing and Poetry.
The Importance of PEEING!
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The Importance of PEEING!

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An easy to use, step-by-step tutorial/introduction for KS3 students on how to produce an effective PEE Paragraph in preparation for any Reading Assessment Task. Particular focus on selected extracts from the novel ‘Holes’ by Louis Sachar (students do not need to be studying the novel itself). Includes Useful Vocabulary to Explain students’ responses and a sample PEE Paragraph.
EDUQAS GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT 2 PRACTICE EXAMINATION PAPERS (NON-FICTION and TRANSACTIO
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EDUQAS GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT 2 PRACTICE EXAMINATION PAPERS (NON-FICTION and TRANSACTIO

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TWO Eduqas GCSE English Language, Component 2 Practice Examination Papers (Non-fiction and Transactional Texts). Typical examination questions based on both Sections A and B with close focus on both the READING and WRITING requirements of this component. Questions assess A01, A02, A04, A05 and A06 in accordance with the expected Eduqas examination criteria. These can be used as MOCK papers as part of students’ revision in preparation for the examination.
'Great Expectations' Pip's Feelings Chapter 1
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'Great Expectations' Pip's Feelings Chapter 1

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A detailed presentation/tutorial and essay structure based on Pip's feelings (Chapter 1) in preparation for a Reading/Writing Assessment. Particular focus on useful vocabulary, key quotes, a step-by-step guide to creating effective PEE paragraphs together with an example of a well-structured PEE Paragraph based on Pip’s feelings.
EDUQAS GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT 2 PRACTICE PAPERS
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EDUQAS GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT 2 PRACTICE PAPERS

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A BUNDLE of EDUQAS GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT 2 PRACTICE EXAMINATION PAPERS (NON-FICTION and TRANSACTIONAL TEXTS). Sections A and B include the READING and WRITING of various NON-FICTION TEXTS: newspaper/online news articles, letters, an advertisement, magazine articles, speeches, reports, diary entries and a radio broadcast. Themes include Air Travel, Child Labour, Wind Farms and Natural Landscapes, the Civil War, Phones, Theft and Aboriginal life from both the 18th century and 21st century.
Eduqas GCSE English Language - Component 2 - Practice Examination Paper (Reading and Wri
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Eduqas GCSE English Language - Component 2 - Practice Examination Paper (Reading and Wri

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A NEW EDUQAS GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPONENT 2 PRACTICE EXAMINATION PAPER (NON-FICTION and TRANSACTIONAL TEXTS). Section A focuses on the THEME of ‘ABORIGINAL LIFE’ and includes a 19th CENTURY DIARY ENTRY written by an Aboriginal Hunter, a 21st CENTURY EXTRACT from an ARTICLE based on funds needed for Aboriginal funerals and typical EXAMINATION QUESTIONS based on BOTH texts. Section B focuses on the same THEME and students are expected to write both a SPEECH and a FORMAL LETTER accordingly. Both sections meet the required Assessment Objectives according to the current Eduqas Examination Criteria.