This table includes:
Link to themes
A simple explanation of each quote.
This table is also colour coded to allow students to quickly and easily locate the evidence that they need. This three page table can be used in a variety of ways: stuck in to the back of workbooks, as a revision aid or as a differentiated resource for SEN/EAL/lower ability students.
A colourful and well organised Powerpoint that covers all aspects of:
One exam style question
Perfect for year 10/11 revision. Can be used over several lessons.
A seven page, fully colour-coded document containing all of the key quotes from ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’.
This document also contains:
A simplified meaning for each quotation
This document is perfect for revision, lower ability groups/SEN/EAL as it is quick and easy to use for both students and staff. Can also be used as a differentiated resource or as part of a whole class activity.
This four page document is fully colour-coded, easy to use and contains:
A short explanation.
Can be used as a summary/introduction document or as a revision aid for students.
Fantastic for lower ability/SEN/EAL and can be used as a differentiated resource.
Literature Paper 1 Section A (AQA)
A thirty question, multiple choice quiz using key quotes from ‘Macbeth’.
A fantastic revision document, plenary or starter task. I have used it for my SEN/lower ability groups to help them memorize important quotations.
A thirty question, multiple choice quiz using key quotes from ‘A Christmas Carol’.
A fantastic revision document, plenary or starter task. I have used it for my SEN/lower ability groups to help them revise and memorize important quotations.
A useful table containing:
Key quotes from throughout the book
A simple explanation of each quote
Where the quote is placed in the novella
Each quote is color coded for students to be able to easily locate the evidence that they need. Fantastic as a resource to be embedded within the lesson (I stick it in the back of my student’s notebooks), as a revision document or as differentiation for SEN/EAL/lower ability groups.
A handy A4 document covering the key aspects of context in A Christmas Carol.
This includes quotations, links to characters and a short explanation.
These can be laminated and put onto desks for differentiation (SEN/ EAL/ LOWER ABILITY), used as part of the main body of the lesson or as a revision document.
I have also cut up each section of the table and asked students to match the correct areas together - Context - Key Character - Quote - Explanation. This can be done individually or as a small group or team.
A 12 page booklet covering all of the key things that students will need to know when studying An Inspector Calls.
Hints and Tips
A page-by-page character analysis including key quotations and useful adjectives
Space for the student to make their own notes
Exam Style Questions
A detailed PowerPoint containing all of the key elements of the text, including:
The PowerPoint also contains five tasks, including one extended writing task with corresponding extract. Fantastic for use as revision or as a topic summary.
A five page, fully colour-coded document containing all of the key quotes from ‘Romeo and Juliet’.
This document also contains:
The act and scene of the quote
A simplified meaning
This document is perfect for revision, lower ability groups or SEN as it is quick and easy to use for both students and staff.
This mat contains all the key information needed for studying ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.
This is particularly useful for lower ability/SEN/EAL students.
For use with Literature Paper 1 Section A (AQA)
A simple A4 sheet explaining the three major symbols in ‘Pigeon English’
These are split up into three easy sections and that can be cut out our used as one document. Fantastic for revision/ differentiation for SEN or EAL students. Each section has a supported image and is split into easy to follow bullet points for each explanation.
A 31 page comprehension booklet containing 15 extracts and corresponding task sheets.
Each task sheet contains a list of comprehension questions, three extension tasks and more.
Suitable for KS2 - KS3 or for SEN/ EAL subgroups.
Can be used in booklet form or as a set of worksheets.
two sheets per A4 page
Gives students simple, step by step instructions on how to analyse a poem, along with hints and tips. Can be used in several ways:
As a differentiated resource for SEN students
Stuck in to the front/back of their exercise books for reference
As a revision document
As part of a classroom activity.
Supports students with individual analysis.