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I teach English across Key Stages 3-5, and I teach Film Studies at A Level. I try to create resources which are easy to use and which, for KS4 and 5 pupils, will aid their revision for exams. My resources tend to be word documents, so they can easily be adapted to suit your students' needs.

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I teach English across Key Stages 3-5, and I teach Film Studies at A Level. I try to create resources which are easy to use and which, for KS4 and 5 pupils, will aid their revision for exams. My resources tend to be word documents, so they can easily be adapted to suit your students' needs.
Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with Danger of a Single Story
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Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with Danger of a Single Story

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Because Edexcel have not been too great about creating SAMs for the new IGCSE Language spec I decided to have a go myself. This one is a Paper 1 which closely follows the foramt of the SAMs. The unseen text is one from the old spec, and the Anthology Text is Danger of a Single Story There are two writing questions, too, and the whole thing looks just like a real paper. There is also a full mark scheme.
Narrative Structure of 'This is England' and how certain scenes 'mirror' others
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Narrative Structure of 'This is England' and how certain scenes 'mirror' others

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This is a great way for A Level Film students to keep track of the structure of This is England. It’s a largely linear film, but it is divided in half when Combo draws a spit-line on the floor, dividing the skinheads. The first page has all the scenes in two columns, reflecting this split. Students should use coloured pens to colour scnes on each side of the divide which ‘mirror’ each other, such as the two montage scenes, or the scenes when Shaun’s image is transformed, first by Woody and Lol, and later by Combo. On the second sheet, they record in detail how these paired or mirrored scenes are similar and different.
Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with Young and Dyslexic
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Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with Young and Dyslexic

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Because Edexcel have not been too great about creating SAMs for the new IGCSE Language spec I decided to have a go myself. This one is a Paper 1 which closely follows the foramt of the SAMs. The unseen text is one from the old spec, and the Anthology Text is Young and Dyslexic? There are two writing questions, too, and the whole thing looks just like a real paper. There is also a full mark scheme.
EDEXCEL IGCSE English Language Paper 1 with Beyond the Sky and the Earth
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EDEXCEL IGCSE English Language Paper 1 with Beyond the Sky and the Earth

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Because Edexcel have not been too great about creating SAMs for the new IGCSE Language spec I decided to have a go myself. This one is a Paper 1 which closely follows the format of the SAMs. The unseen text is one from the old spec, and the Anthology Text is Beyond the Sky and the Earth. There are two writing questions, too, and the whole thing looks just like a real paper.
Of Mice and Men Context Booklet
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Of Mice and Men Context Booklet

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For Edexcel IGCSE Literature, pupils need to include lots of relevant context in their exam essays on the novel. I have designed this booklet as a handy way for students to collect lots of context stuff in a way that makes it easy to refer to and revise from. There’s a page for exploring how the title, taken from Burns’ To a Mouse links to each chapter in the novel. Next, there are pages dedicated to each chapter, with plenty of room for recording textual examples and quotations as well as context. The final pages are organised by character, so the students can quickly revise the relevant context connected to each of them. Please note: I haven’t included the contextual information in the booklet. This is merely a handy way of organising what they find out.
A Level Film Studies Viewing Booklet for 'Captain Fantastic'
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A Level Film Studies Viewing Booklet for 'Captain Fantastic'

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This 26 page resource is perfect for A Level Film Studies students studying ‘Captain Fantastic’. It breaks the film into all of its scenes and sections. Each page has boxes for notes on Spectatorship, Ideology and the Elements of Film, making it very useful for answering exam questions later. You can share it with your students electronically so they can fill in the boxes on computers, or just print it off and given them hard copies. It makes revision really manageable.
Viewing Booklet for 'We Need to Talk about Kevin'
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Viewing Booklet for 'We Need to Talk about Kevin'

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This 23 page booklet breaks the film down into all its scenes and sections. Each page has room for notes on how the three linear narratives are interwoven, plus non-diegetic sound and they symbolic use of red. It has proved a very good way for students to keep track of this tricky film, and is a very useful revision resource once completed.
Edexcel IGCSE English Language Sample Exam Paper
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Edexcel IGCSE English Language Sample Exam Paper

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Edexcel have not done a great job of providing SAMs for the new IGCSE, and there are few past papers yet. I have created lots of them. They closely follow the format of the SAMs and past papers. Many of the unseen resources are from old spec IGCSE lang papers. This one uses Danger of a Single Story from the Anthology. It also has a full marks scheme.
Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with H is for Hawk
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Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with H is for Hawk

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Because Edexcel have not been too great about creating SAMs for the new IGCSE Language spec I decided to have a go myself. This one is a Paper 1 Reading Section which closely follows the foramt of the SAMs. The unseen text is one from the old spec, and the Anthology Text is H is for Hawk.
World War One Soldier Slang
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World War One Soldier Slang

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A handout containing 36 examples of slang commonly used by soldiers in the trenches of WW1, plus their definitions. For example, ‘Barkers’ were sausages, because the the meat in them was thought to come from dogs. ‘Dead soldiers’ were empty beer bottles. I give these sheets to students who have just studied Journey’s End and ask them to write a short play set in the trenches in which the characters use some of the slang terms. It could also be useful when writing fiction or even non-fiction pieces about the war.
Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 example with Between a Rock and a Hard Place
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Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 example with Between a Rock and a Hard Place

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Because Edexcel have not been too great about creating SAMs for the new IGCSE Language spec I decided to have a go myself. This one is a Paper 1 which closely follows the foramt of the SAMs. The unseen text is one from the old spec, and the Anthology Text is Between a Rock and a Hard place. There are two writing questions, too, and the whole thing looks just like a real paper.
Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with Passage to Africa
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Edexcel IGCSE Language Paper 1 with Passage to Africa

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Because Edexcel have not been too great about creating SAMs for the new IGCSE Language spec I decided to have a go myself. This one is a Paper 1 which closely follows the foramt of the SAMs. The unseen text is one from the old spec, and the Anthology Text is Passage to Africa. There are two writing questions, too, and the whole thing looks just like a real paper.
Shaun of the Dead Viewing Booklet
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Shaun of the Dead Viewing Booklet

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A viewing booklet covering all of the main scenes and sequences in Shaun of the Dead. There are boxes for making nots on all 5 elements of film, plus ideology and narrative. There are tables at the end for making notes about mirrored scenes and jump cuts. It’s ideal for A Level Film Students.
A Level Film Studies Component 3: Pitching your film or screenplay idea
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A Level Film Studies Component 3: Pitching your film or screenplay idea

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This is a 7 page booklet which: outlines the two choices available (short film or screenplay with storyboard) explains the four production briefs explains how to pitch the idea to the class/teacher It also describes in detail the steps they need to take, having had their pitch ‘greenlit’ to ensure their planning, and preparation are as good as possible beofre filming/writing their film. I have also included the list of films for the Short Film Study, which they need to refrence in the written evaluation at the end of the process.