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Secondary English teacher with a range of resources on analysis, essay writing, creative writing and transactional writing for both Key Stage 3 and 4.

Secondary English teacher with a range of resources on analysis, essay writing, creative writing and transactional writing for both Key Stage 3 and 4.
Edexcel IGCSE Literature Unseen Poetry
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Edexcel IGCSE Literature Unseen Poetry

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Revision activities for the Unseen Poetry section of Edexcel English Literature IGCSE. Includes techniques to revise, examples of unseen poems, model answers, the markscheme and the feedback from the exam board for each response.
End of Term Cafe Project (English)
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End of Term Cafe Project (English)

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An end of term project that allows students to design a themed cafe that they will create the branding and marketing for. They will need to consider their use of descriptive writing techniques for their menu items, persuasive writing in their advert and writing to inform for an article for the local newspaper. Finally, they need to bring everything together to create a pitch for their cafe to win £1,000,000 funding!
Follower - Heaney, Poem Analysis
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Follower - Heaney, Poem Analysis

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A comprehensive analysis of the language and structure of Follower by Seanus Heaney, including an example analytical paragraph and a paragraph plan for students to write their own response to the question, ‘How does Heaney present the relationship between father and son?’
The Island At The End of Everything Resources
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The Island At The End of Everything Resources

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A series of lessons based around the book, ‘The Island at the End of Everything,’ by Kiran Millwood Hargrave. Includes a research project on the historical context of the book, a step by step approach to writing an analytical response, model answer on Mr Zamora, the symbolism of butterflies and Sister Teresa and example questions.
Descriptive Writing Character Examples
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Descriptive Writing Character Examples

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Extracts of character descriptions from young adult fiction books, including questions for analysis, to help students plan out their own character descriptions. Extracts are from: Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling, Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell, Lies by Michael Grant and Northen Lights by Philip Pullman.
The Hero Sassoon - War Poetry
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The Hero Sassoon - War Poetry

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A comprehensive lesson on The Hero by Sassoon - adaptable for distance learning or in the classroom. Students have debate topics, quotes from Sassoon to delve into his motivation for writing and example analytical paragraphs to mark and improve.
Literacy Skills Booklet
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Literacy Skills Booklet

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A comprehensive Literacy Skills Booklet with activities on a range of skills including: word classes, sentences types and punctuation and grammar. There are 13 different topics, with each one including a revision activity to demonstrate understanding, a task on the skill and links to popular young adult books with opportunities throughout for students to revisit ideas to ensure consolidation of knowledge. Each activity has space to be marked through peer assessment.
Edexcel IGCSE Revision Tasks (for both Lang and Lit)
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Edexcel IGCSE Revision Tasks (for both Lang and Lit)

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A range of 10, 20 and 45 minute revision tasks on the Edexcel IGCSE English Language and Literature. Includes revision of the Anthology texts, unseen poetry and Of Mice and Men, alongside examples of Unseen poems and example model paragraphs.
Writing an Essay Introduction Support
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Writing an Essay Introduction Support

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Guidance for students on how to write an introduction for an essay in English. Examples of effective (and less effective) introductions to spark discussion amongst students on what they need to include.
Island Man Poem Analysis
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Island Man Poem Analysis

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A comprehensive lesson on the poem Island Man by Grace Nicholls. Perfect for distance learning, it includes discussion prompts, comprehension questions and examples analytical paragraph responses that can be marked and improved by students.
Descriptive Writing Extracts - Setting
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Descriptive Writing Extracts - Setting

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A range of examples of setting description extracts from famous young adult fiction novels, with questions for analysis and discussion. Extracts are from: Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling, The Island at the End of Everything by Kiran Millwood Hargrave, Shoot to Kill by Steve Cole and Soldier Dog by Sam Angus.
An Inspector Calls Act 1 Characters/Context
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An Inspector Calls Act 1 Characters/Context

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A range of questions for students to help them consider what we learn about the characters in Act 1 of An Inspector Calls before the Inspector arrives. Includes questions on Priestley’s view, context and different characters. Answers included on the second slide.
Much Ado About Nothing Act 1 Analysis
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Much Ado About Nothing Act 1 Analysis

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A series of lessons on the historical context of Much Ado About Nothing, the presentation of Claudio and Benedick, how Shakespeare presents the two main female characters, an example analytical paragraph and a plan for students to write their own response to the question, ‘How does Shakespeare present a contrast between Hero and Beatrice in Act 1?’
Macbeth Act 1 Scene 1 The Witches Analysis
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Macbeth Act 1 Scene 1 The Witches Analysis

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A challenging lesson covering the key techniques in Act 1 Scene 1, including: incantation, iambic pentameter, trochaic tetrameter, rhyming couplets, antimetabole, pathetic fallacy and foreboding.
Search for my Tongue Poem Analysis
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Search for my Tongue Poem Analysis

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A comprehensive series of lessons on the poem Search for my Tongue by Sujata Bhatt - including a discussion based introduction, questions for analysis and a model example analytical paragraph, before allowing students to write their own responses on the poem.
Meghan and Harry Headlines Analysis
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Meghan and Harry Headlines Analysis

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2 - 3 lessons analysing the headlines used in the media to describe Meghan and Harry. Includes a discussion of bias in newspaper articles and an example of a biased editorial by Piers Morgan from the Daily Mail, before a plan to support students writing their own biased editorial.