The document is a helpful guide to stretch and challenge students, with a fail-safe acronym to help weaker students guarantee a C grade in the exam. The four-letter acronym reminds students to engage with the structure, form, setting, stage directions, language, context, characterisation and tragedy of Othello.
Tried and tested against AQA's Othello AS and A2 extract question with all students in class getting a grade C or higher!
A sheet guiding students to close read and analyse key scenes in When Will There Be Good News?
It works well as a group activity, can be used as a guide for making presentations, posters, or even writing essays. It helps differentiate and stretch and challenge learners into close reading, engage with the text and apply it to crime writing. Works great as a revision lesson or a lesson towards the end of teaching the novel.