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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.
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.
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.
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.
Reading for Pleasure Assembly
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Reading for Pleasure Assembly

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An assembly for KS3 and KS4 on promoting reading for pleasure. It includes facts on the benefits of reading for pleasure, quotes from famous people who credit their success to reading, a range of books recommendations and even a short video from Stormzy on why reading is so important!
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.
Suicide in the Trenches War Poetry
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Suicide in the Trenches War Poetry

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A series of lessons on the poem Suicide in the Trenches by Siegfried Sassoon including a discussion based introduction to the poem, questions on each stanza, challenge question on structure and a model analytical paragraph.
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.
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.
Exclusion booklet/English cover work
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Exclusion booklet/English cover work

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A short booklet of 6 tasks relating to letter/diary writing on the theme of a haunted mansion. Students are given an image to describe, an example of a letter to annotate and then write a response to. Students can then draw the images described in the letter and label them with quotes, before finding a diary entry from over a hundred years ago that they can annotate and then continue writing. Ideal for exclusion work, for independent work in a cover lesson or to complete at the end of an English unit.
An Inspector Calls Sheila Essay Plan
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An Inspector Calls Sheila Essay Plan

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A range of questions (and answers) that map out a plan to help students answer the essay question, ‘How does Priestley use language and structure to show Sheila’s journey towards social responsibility?’ Students can work through the questions on the corresponding pages and come up with a range of quotes that can be used to answer the question.
Writing an Essay Conclusion Support
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Writing an Essay Conclusion Support

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A lesson on what to include when writing a conclusion for an essay in English. Includes a range of examples to spark discussion on the features that should and should not be included in the conclusion to an essay.
In Times of Peace - John Agard
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In Times of Peace - John Agard

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Two lessons exploring the themes and language used in John Agard’s poem, ‘In Times of Peace.’ Students consider the issues a soldier might face on their return from conflict and then analyse the imagery using question prompts. The second lesson also includes a model paragraph and assessment questions for students to complete.
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.
Young Adult Books Extracts (Openings)
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Young Adult Books Extracts (Openings)

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Four different book extract opening from Young Adult fiction with a range of questions to analyse how effective the openings are and how they create intrigue. Extracts taken from: Black Powder by Ally Sherick, Boy X by Dan Smith, Diary of an (Un)Teenager by Pete Johnson and White Rabbit by Tom Pollock.