An essay that clearly outlines how Eric Birling has changed for the better throughout the course of the play. It is a helpful resource to show a full mark response. It outlines many dramatic, structural and language techniques that are used to present Eric.
A variety of comprehension extracts and questions. PowerPoints that focus on Point-Evidence-Explanation of well-known literary characters that KS3 should already be familiar with.
Hints and tips on how to answer the questions.
A detailed analysis of the poem broken down into a couple of lines at a time with plenty of techniques and effects mentioned.
This can be shown to your pupils for them to annotate their own poems or can be printed off as a handout for them.
Details of form, language, imagery, rhyme and rhythm and tone too.
This bundle is perfect for teaching KS3 or GCSE. It includes comprehension questions that go through each stanza and pull out the most significant techniques and moments. The PPT also analysis the range of techniques that Duffy uses in the poem as well as biographical detail which would be useful. There is also a booklet of pre-reading activities which encourages pupils to think about their own primary school experience which would then lead into the analysis.
This is an A* example of how Crooks is presented by John Steinbeck as a powerless victim throughout Of Mice and Men. The essay explores how linguistic techniques are used to present the character. This is a great example to show how pupils should be structuring their essays.
A worksheet that has all of the key character quotes that focuses on Napoleon. The worksheet is made of a grid that allows room for an analysis of techniques and a further explanation. This is great for GCSE studies of the George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
I have used these speeches for Year 11 CCEA English Language Writing for Purpose and Audience. The speech topics are very relevant and relatable to the pupils.
I use this to model examples of highly persuasive speeches and what the pupils should be aiming for. I also use it as a way for them to identify the devices that are being used frequently e.g. facts and figures, list of three.
It is a handy worksheet for them to read and annotate especially when analysing purpose and audience which will then help them to structure their own answers.
An indepth analysis of the poetic devices used throughout Alfred Lord Tennyson’s ‘Charge of the Light Brigade’. This PPT is useful for pupils to annotate their own copy. I have successfully used this with CCEA GCSE English Literature pupils (new spec).
A worksheet that has all of the key character quotes that focuses on Squealer. The worksheet is made of a grid that allows room for an analysis of techniques and a further explanation. This is great for GCSE studies of the George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
An excellent resource to be used for KS3 level. Extracts from well-known novels that have incorrect spellings throughout each paragraph. The spelling errors include homophones used incorrectly as well.
A detailed analysis of the variety of dramatic methods that Tennessee Williams uses in his play 'A Streetcar Named Desire'. The notes include quotes that support the different methods that are used. Great for AS-Level and A2-Level. All dramatic methods have been outlined and their effect.