Complete scheme of work with resources for a module on The Witches by Roald Dahl. Includes lesson plans and worksheet handouts.
This scheme of work has detailed 3 part lesson plans along with most of the resources to allow instant teaching! It is fun, creative and really encourages pupils to work on their independent learning and confidence in English. THE ACTIVSTUDIO resources are also available to download on this page! With regards to the correct use of deduce/imply/infer... What can I say? I wrote this during my teacher training year so shoot me for this error and change as required! :)
A worksheet that encourages students to revise Moniza Alvi's poem 'Presents from My Aunts in Pakistan&' for GCSE. It has a copy of the poem and a series of annotations that require completion. Based on The Poems From Different Cultures Anthology.
It is based on The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. It is very short, pupils can then complete the mini discussion activity to help them think about the structure.
A sorting activity where pupils match the device to its definition and its example.
A copy of Hurricane Hits England by Grace Nichols that has annotations with a variety of poetic techniques and devices for students to match to the text. Great GCSE poetry revision. Based on The Poems From Different Cultures Anthology.
The spelling booklet has now evolved. If you have used my previous resource, your pupils should now have some skills in memorising spellings. They can be used during form time/registration, to fit in across the curriculum This resource contains: word lists ready to be photocopied, some hints to memorise tricky spellings, plenary activities, interactive games for each word list, cloze exercises to show PROGRESS for Ofsted *Please note when you open the powerpoint there will be music/noise for a few seconds- it's the macros.Macros must be enabled to use the games.*
Lesson to know the thoughts and feelings of the speaker in Porphyria's Lover. Student led activities to promote critical thinking before the reading of the poem. Teachers should then go on to understanding the thoughts and feelings, with the final slide to give further insight into the context and ideas behind the poem. This poem is from the Relationships cluster of the new GCSE Anthology 2015