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KS3 (7/8/9) The Lady of Shalott Part One
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KS3 (7/8/9) The Lady of Shalott Part One

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This is a lesson planned for a high-ability Year 7 class. The lesson focuses on part one of the poem of ‘The Lady of Shalott’ and aims to ensure that pupils understand the language used by Tennyson to introduce the setting and Lady Shalott. There is an activity supporting pupils in picking out key language devices. There is then an activity supporting pupils in writing analytical paragraphs on the first section using the PEACE structure. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
AQA POWER AND CONFLICT POETRY: POWER OF NATURE
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AQA POWER AND CONFLICT POETRY: POWER OF NATURE

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This is a GCSE lesson revision focusing on the power of nature that the AQA Power and Conflict poetry explores. The lesson features a range of activities that you can pick and chose from to suit your class. They range from pupils completing a comparison table to identify what poems link in terms of the power of nature; to a model text to analyse to support pupils in writing a response to a GCSE question. This is easily adaptable for a KS4 class of any ability.
Macbeth Year 9 Bundle
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Macbeth Year 9 Bundle

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This bundle consists of 8 lessons focusing on key scenes from Macbeth and supporting pupils with key skills such as identifying language techniques, considering their effect and why Shakespeare has used them and writing GCSE-style responses. All lessons have key extracts included and sentence starters are also included to support pupils with the structure of their writing. These lessons are aimed at a middle-ability Year 9 class but they can be easily adapted to any KS3 or KS4 class.
AQA POWER AND CONFLICT POETRY: PRIDE
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AQA POWER AND CONFLICT POETRY: PRIDE

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This is a GCSE lesson revision different types of pride in Ozymandias and My Last Duchess from the AQA Power and Conflict poetry cluster. The lesson features a range of activities that you can pick and chose from to suit your class. They range from pupils completing a table (included) to compare the two poems and the methods used by the poets to present pride; to a run through of each poem linking to the theme to then support pupils in writing a response to a GCSE question. This is easily adaptable for a KS4 class of any ability.
(KS3 7/8/9) Social Media Influences on Teenagers
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(KS3 7/8/9) Social Media Influences on Teenagers

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-ability Year 9 class on the influence of social media. It asks pupils to consider the purpose of social media and consider pros and cons during group work. There is a newspaper article on the impact of social media on teenagers for the to analyse (this can be independent or pair or group work) before pupils then need to respond to a question showing both sides of the argument, A model text is included to support pupils in their writing. This is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
(KS3 7/8/9) Malala's UN Speech
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(KS3 7/8/9) Malala's UN Speech

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-ability Year 8 class looking at Malala’s story and her speech to the UN. Pupils will explore Malala’s story about the right to education and there is support to help them annotate key language features. There is support provided to help pupils write a response about it by using a model text. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
(KS3 7/8/9) Women in the Media
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(KS3 7/8/9) Women in the Media

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-high ability Year 9 class. It explores the representation of women in the media, looking at an advert from the 1950s up to magazine covers from the modern day. Pupils can annotate these to explore key features and the effects they create. There is also an activity where pupils can compare male and female magazine covers and consider how the genders are presented in the modern day. To finish, pupils can look at how the media describe male and female celebrities and write an analytical paragraph on this. A model text has been written to support them in their writing. All short extracts, magazine covers and adverts are included with the powerpoint. This lesson can easily be split into two/three lessons and adapted for any KS3 class of any ability.
KS3 7/8/9: Introduction to Fantasy Worlds
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KS3 7/8/9: Introduction to Fantasy Worlds

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This is a lesson planned for a middle ability Year 8 class. It introduces pupils to fantasy worlds but initial discussing the worlds they know and based on this, what they think they key features of a fantasy world should be. There is then a brief example of an opening description of a fantasy world for them to discuss before they then have a extended writing task of writing their own opening. There are sentence starters to support pupils with their writing and level descriptions to aid them in their writing and the self-assessment task. This lesson can be easily adapted for a KS3 class of any ability.
(KS3 7/8/9) Women in 'Pride and Prejudice'
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(KS3 7/8/9) Women in 'Pride and Prejudice'

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-ability Year 8 class. It explores the role of women in Jane Austen’s time and how women are presented in ‘Pride and Prejudice’. The lesson encourages pupils to analyse key quotes and begin to explore Language Paper 1 Q2 skills with the extract. There is also a model text to support pupils with their analytical writing. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
AQA POWER AND CONFLICT POETRY: MEMORY
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AQA POWER AND CONFLICT POETRY: MEMORY

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This is a GCSE lesson revision focusing on memory and the AQA Power and Conflict poetry that explores this. The lesson features a range of activities that you can pick and chose from to suit your class. They range from a model text for pupils to annotate and identify the AOs in; to a planning sheet to support them in structuring a comparison essay. This is easily adaptable for a KS4 class of any ability. Planning sheet and model text copies are included.
(KS3 7/8/9) Beauty Standard in 'Jane Eyre'
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(KS3 7/8/9) Beauty Standard in 'Jane Eyre'

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-ability Year 8 class looking at beauty in ‘Jane Eyre’. Pupils will debate beauty expectations in the 19th Century before looking at key quotations exploring how Jane is described and the significance of Mr Rochester falling in love with her. There is support provided to help pupils write a paragraph on this through the use of a model text. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
KS3 7/8/9 Harry Potter: Diagon Alley Description
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KS3 7/8/9 Harry Potter: Diagon Alley Description

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-ability Year 8 class. It is a continuation lesson from a previous Harry Potter lesson where pupils looked at descriptions of Diagon Alley shops (see TES profile for this lesson). Pupils are now going to write a description imagining they have gone to Diagon Alley themselves and have visited a particular shop. There are images to help pupils gain initial ideas and a clip is included to help them begin to form descriptions. Group work is involved in the planning stages and roles of team leaders are available to pupils of a higher ability in the class. Worksheets are also included showing images of various shops. Each group can receive a set of images of one shop to focus their description on. This lesson is easily adaptable to any KS3 class of any ability. Shops included: Gringotts Flourish and Blotts Ollivander’s Wand Shop Eeylop’s Owl Emporium Madam Malkin’s Robes for all Occasions
Macbeth's first meeting with the Witches
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Macbeth's first meeting with the Witches

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This is one lesson for a middle-ability Year 9 class looking at the scene where Macbeth and Banquo first meet the Witches. The lesson predominantly focuses on the prophecies the Witches provide and the significance of these. The initial reactions of Macbeth and Banquo are also explored with supporting questions to answer. A model text of a paragraph responding to a GCSE-style question is also included, as well as the extracts of Macbeth and Banquo’s reactions. This can easily be adapted for any KS3 or KS4 class.
(KS3 7/8/9) Harry Potter: Diagon Alley
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(KS3 7/8/9) Harry Potter: Diagon Alley

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This is a lesson for a middle-ability Year 8 class focusing on fantasy worlds. This lesson looks at extracts describing key building in Diagon Alley. Pupils have a broken-down task of identifying key language devices in each extract. There is then a GCSE-style (English Language) question for pupils to write a paragraph responding to. There is a model paragraph to support pupils in writing their own. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
(KS3 7/8/9) Media Influence on Body Image
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(KS3 7/8/9) Media Influence on Body Image

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-ability Year 9 class focusing on how the media influences body image. Pupils will discuss various images and the impact they have on teenagers and their body image. There is also a TED talk (link included in ppt notes) for pupils to watch on the influence of media. Pupils will then write a letter to Seventeen Magazine persuading them to stop body-shaming and focusing on skinny bodies. There are sentence starters included to support pupils in their writing. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
KS3 (7/8/9) Introduction of the Lady of Shalott
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KS3 (7/8/9) Introduction of the Lady of Shalott

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This is a lesson planned for a high-ability Year 7 class. The lesson introduces them to the poem of ‘The Lady of Shalott’ and aims to ensure that pupils understand the plot of the poem and the legend it is based on. A copy of the poem is also attached and the lesson allows pupils to look at Camelot and the Legend of King Arthur. There is also a youtube link attached to a slide so pupils can read along with a spoken performance of the poem. Pupils then have an activity of making their own storyboard, selecting 8 key scenes. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.
Tracking Fate in Romeo and Juliet
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Tracking Fate in Romeo and Juliet

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This is an A3 worksheet for KS4 classes studying Romeo and Juliet. It allows them to write key examples from the play where fate is explored to make it easier to track its importance.
(KS3 7/8/9) The Red Room in 'Jane Eyre'
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(KS3 7/8/9) The Red Room in 'Jane Eyre'

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This is a lesson planned for a middle-ability Year 8 class looking at the role of female children and the Red Room in ‘Jane Eyre’. Pupils will debate the role of children before looking at the extract where Jane is forced into the red room. There is support provided to help pupils annotate the extract through group work and sentence starters to write a response about it. This lesson is easily adaptable for any KS3 class of any ability.