This is a comprehensive worksheet listing over 100 quotations from Jekyll and Hyde, organised by character, in order to support students with learning quotations, practising incorporating them into their work and analysing the language.
These are my resources for helping students prepare for the Curious Incident (play version) question on the AQA English Literature paper. The cheat sheet is designed to narrow down the number of quotations students attempt to learn, and allow them to link quotations to multiple themes, and character questions, in order to overcome the fear of answering questions without the text or extract.
Together, both files contain 38 small quotations, and by memorising as many as possible of these, students will be able to access and answer any exam question they are faced with.
The first file is purely for Christopher, with the themes that can be related to his character and then the quotations that have been selected. The smaller boxes are where the students should revise that quote - reminding themselves of its context in the play, and putting some technical analysis. On the remaining pages there are larger boxes for students to make notes as to how each quotation links to different themes, perhaps writing some practice sentences and paragraphs to ensure they can link each one specifically. The second file is the same, but containing quotations for Ed, Judy, Siobhan and Stage Directions.
These are revision sheets for 5/6 main characters in the play: Romeo, Juliet, Paris, Friar Lawrence and the Capulets. The revision sheets are broken into 4 squares, intended for students to use for either self or peer assessment, to allow them to identify areas of their knowledge where there are gaps. The areas covered are the character's plot-line, themes which link to the character, quotations from the character, and effect of certain moments on the audience.
A 25 page document with quotations organised by character. Quotations to learn for Romeo, Juliet, Lord Montague, Lord Capulet, Lady Capulet, Mercutio, Benvolio, Tybalt, Nurse, Friar Lawrence, Friar John and the Chorus. The quotations are in tables, with space for notes about themes, technical terms and context.
These are all 4 assignment briefs for BTEC Level 3 Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, Unit 1 - The Innovative Entrepreneur. All assignment briefs meet BTEC guidelines and are ready to use apart from changing the deadline dates.
This is my powerpoint and lesson for studying Romeo and Juliet Act 5, Scenes 1, 2 and 3. There are differentiated activities, tasks, technical term and quotation analysis, a paragraph structure towards the end of Scene 2. Scene 3 is then on a seperate sheet, with the plot broken down into 18 statements, the powerpoint then contains 18 jumbled quotations for students to match to the statements, with extensions of technical analysis and audience effect built in. All is self-contained and ready to use in a lesson.
There are resources here for teaching the entire Romeo and Juliet text. Every Act and Scene is dealt with via powerpoint presentation, with accompanying tasks, activities - all differentiated. There are also various revision materials for key characters, and a 25 page document which contains a table of quotations for each character with space to make notes.
These are all 4 assignment briefs for teaching Level 3 BTEC Hospitality, Unit 4 Financial Control in Hospitality. All assignment briefs meet BTEC guidelines and are ready to hand out apart from changing the dates.
These are my assignment briefs (complying with BTEC guidelines) for Unit 1 of the BTEC Sport Level 3. This unit is anatomy and physiology, broken into 3 assignments. Two of the assignments are booklets to complete, and these are included in this back. Booklets are 12 and 9 pages.
These are my assignment briefs (complying with BTEC guidelines) for Unit 2 of the BTEC Sport Level 3. This unit is Physiology of Fitness, broken into 2 assignments. One of the assignments comes with the tables to complete, 8 pages. The other assignment comes with a normative data powerpoint and a results sheet to use.
These are all my A Level Philosophy resources, AS and A2, from the old AQA specification. There are over 150 resources here, for each section of the specification and all can be used for students to work through, or for a teacher-led lesson.
This is a powerpoint with 25 slides of activities, covering a review of the play so far, working through a PETAL (Point, Evidence, Technical Term, Audience Analysis, Link) paragraph, and then all the way through Act 4. All activities are differentiated, and the powerpoint is ready to go with no amending needed.
These are all my booklets for teaching various aspects of the AQA A Level English Literature course. The booklets are each a whole unit, completely self-contained from start to finish. Students can work through at their own pace, or teachers can use sections to deliver lessons around. Booklets are for Streetcar, Top Girls, Birthday Letters, The Help, Handmaid's Tale. There is also an annotated copy of The Yellow Wall-Paper to help people plan the NEA element.
These are all my resources for teaching Curious Incident, the play version, for AQA English Literature. There are over 100 resources in this bundle, all are broken into sections of the play, with self-starters, presentations, differentiated activities and assessments. Could be taken and adapted or could be used completely as it is for teachers of this course.
This is a scanned copy of my annotated version of The Yellow Wall-Paper, it is highlighted with key quotations and annotated for analysis, themes, interpretations and technical terms. It allows a student/teacher to work through and use the analysis in their teaching or own work. I use it for the NEA section of AQA English Literature A spec.
This is a revision sheet summarising Act 1 of Romeo and Juliet for students. It includes all scenes in Act 1 including the prologue. The sheet details the following things for each scene to allow students quick and easy revision: setting, plot, key characters' role and quotations, and allows space for them to link to themes.
These are all my resources for teaching the unit about Islam (Western Religions) in the AS Religious Studies course. There are over 80 separate resources, each split into the sub-topc within the specification. These were specifically designed for the WJEC course, but could be adapted for all exam boards. All lessons and topics of work are self-contained and pre-planned, with starters, presentations, activities, assessments and revision.