A wide selection of resources which enable students to explore the key characters, Kathy and Tommy as well as some of the most important themes in the novel. These include: isolation, friendship, fear, sex and relationships. There are also activities in which the key symbols (woods, balloons, boat) are examined as well as questions such as to what extent Hailsham is a world of nightmares.
This resource consists of a selection of the most important extracts from the play with a suggested examination (AQA) question at the end of each extract. I have advised my students to annotate each extract as part of their revision. They can use the lists of subject terminology on the last page of the booklet to help them, which require that they look for aspects of language, structure, form and themes in each extract.
This has been created as an aid to KS4 pupils to help them remember key quotes in the play related to the character Macbeth. It has been created with the new GCSE in mind. Pupils are given quotes with a word missing and they are directed to specific scene and line. They complete the quote and make some additional notes on what it reveals about Macbeth.
This resource is for the NEW GCSE in English Language and should be used to introduce students to the skill of using subject terminology. It is aimed at helping students identify verbs, (as well as other parts of speech but the focus is on verbs) Paper 1, question 2 (words and phrases) .
These flashcards contain questions on one side and answers on the other. They can be cut out, folded in half and laminated, which the teachers can then use as starters or to review the topic. The flashcards include the Berlin Wall which is part of Topic 5 (Crises of the Cold War). By dealing out the cards and pairing up the students, discussion and clarification of details are encouraged which is useful for the quieter students .