Elegy for my Father's Father by James K. Baxter (IGCSE Literature)

Elegy for my Father's Father by James K. Baxter (IGCSE Literature)

An annotated powerpoint lesson of the poem exploring structure, meaning, imagery, language and effect. Students also complete imagery breakdowns using the TEAR technique. In addition to analysis, the lesson also includes Post-It activities and essay paragraph questions (contributing towards the essay in-class timed write.)
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"Cold in the Earth" (or "Remembrance") by Emily Bronte (IGCSE Literature)

"Cold in the Earth" (or "Remembrance") by Emily Bronte (IGCSE Literature)

An annotated powerpoint lesson of the poem exploring structure, meaning, imagery, language and effect. Students also complete analysis breakdowns using the SMILE technique. In addition to analysis, the lesson also includes a journal reflection, Post-It activities, and essay paragraph questions (contributing towards the essay in-class timed write.)
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"Because I could not stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson (IGCSE Literature)

"Because I could not stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson (IGCSE Literature)

An annotated powerpoint lesson of the poem exploring structure, meaning, imagery, language and effect. Students also reference historical context to support the extended metaphor. In addition to analysis, the lesson also includes essay prompts, all-class discussions, and guided questions to contribute towards the in-class timed write.
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Target Tracking Form: English

Target Tracking Form: English

A sheet for the student's folders allowing them to see their progress throughout the year and make adjustments. Students also make targets for themselves based on their results.
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Where in the World?: Author Study

Where in the World?: Author Study

A handout for students to use as a take home project exploring a writer/author of their choosing. The box is for them to attach a photo picture, or to draw the image of their author. (It is often so fun to see their visual interpretations of these authors.)
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For Heidi with Blue Hair (IGCSE Literature)

For Heidi with Blue Hair (IGCSE Literature)

A thematic lesson exploring key quotes, literary devices, and meanings behind Fleur Adcock's poem. Slides with the poem are annotated by stanza with colour-coded, easy to read commentary and explanations. Powerpoint also includes reflection on reasons why teenagers choose to rebel. Lesson ends with application task: using knowledge gained to explain how the poem affects the reader. Although this lesson was put together for an IGCSE Literature class, the lesson can be used with upper KS3, KS4, and EdExcel classes.
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Writing a Monologue (PowerPoint AND Activity)

Writing a Monologue (PowerPoint AND Activity)

Students will look at the ingredients of a monologue through both comedic and dramatic examples. First, they will watch a character deliver a monologue. Then, they will read a typed out version (formatted to match their task.) Then, they will annotate a monologue using the ingredients from the start of the lesson. Examples, handouts, and links are provided. I hope you enjoy this -- it was a hit with both my KS3 English and Drama students!
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Writing Haikus

Writing Haikus

A writing based lesson in which students create several examples of haiku poetry. Included are the powerpoint, handouts, and a challenging word scramble focusing on key words. Designed for KS2 and KS3 learners, but can be a good refresher for KS4. Word documents included for editing and adapting purposes.
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Introduction to the Ballad/Lady of Shalott

Introduction to the Ballad/Lady of Shalott

Three full lessons including PowerPoint presentations, handouts, and activities. Students will understand the purpose of a ballad, rhyme scheme, and expected conventions. The handouts included detailed breakdown with other possible activities, extensions, and songs. They will also complete activities on King Arthur's court to understand the Camelot setting of 'The Lady of Shalott.'
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One Art by Elizabeth Bishop (IGCSE Literature)

One Art by Elizabeth Bishop (IGCSE Literature)

An annotated powerpoint lesson of the poem exploring how the structure of the villanelle contributes to Bishop's overall tone. The lesson also explores: language, imagery, meaning, tone/voice, and effect. In addition to analysis, the lesson also includes Post-It activities and essay paragraph questions (contributing towards the essay in-class timed write.)
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IGCSE First Language: Articles

IGCSE First Language: Articles

I found this resource online which helps prepare students for writing an article task. Build up, titles, structure, and planning are included. The answers can be found at the end. Happy planning!
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IGCSE First Language Review: Paper 2

IGCSE First Language Review: Paper 2

Using the Honey Hotel Paper 2 question from the 2016 exam, I have taken apart question one (letter). Using student written examples, students must give grade, give advice, and reconstruct examples to improve the writing and structure. By the end of the activity, students will have a strong understanding of including explicit meaning from the passage, in addition to the overall structure of a letter.
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Literary Calendar 2014-2015

Literary Calendar 2014-2015

A school year calendar using books and quotes as monthly inspiration! \n\nMinimal holidays and events have been put in -- except for World Book Day month.\n\n(This makes for easier planning and less deleting across countries with different schedules/cultures. I will be posting one designed with events/books/dates for a British school in the Middle East soon.)\n\nEnjoy!
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Book Cover Posters

Book Cover Posters

A collection of full page book covers promoting the books studied in class and popular fiction for targeted age groups.\n\nPrint them off, laminate them, and put them around the top of your walls. Instant literacy border!
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