Extended Metaphors Exploration

Extended Metaphors Exploration

Aimed at KS3 - Years 7 or 8. Three extended metaphor poems are included with a comparative final assessment based on two of the three; differentiated through difficulty of poems (eg, The Sea or Come to the Edge are more accessible than The Thought Fox). Powerpoint lesson plans and associated worksheets included.
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Jekyll & Hyde SOW

Jekyll & Hyde SOW

Designed for KS4 GCSE, a whole scheme of work and way into reading the novel. Powerpoint unit of work and associated worksheets, covering analysis of language, structure and relevant contexts. A variety of activities, including chapter tracker.
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The Cinderella Project

The Cinderella Project

KS5 transition unit / Feminist contextual unit of work. Includes Powerpoint scheme of work and associated materials. Based on the story of Cinderella and its interpretations, past and present, the unit asks pupils to consider the Cinderella myth from different perspectives. Preparation for critical analysis of literary texts, critical perspectives and relevant contexts.
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KS3 Werewolf Scheme of Work

KS3 Werewolf Scheme of Work

KS3 (Year 7) scheme of work based around the playscript, Werewolf, by Adrian Flynn. Includes PowerPoint full scheme / lesson plans and associated worksheets and assessment tasks. Final assessments are based on the new 9-1 GCSE Literature extract type questions. Interesting activities, including keeping a reading response journal, drama opportunities, writing an extra scene, etc.
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The Midnight Fox SOW

The Midnight Fox SOW

KS3 (Year 7) SOW based on the novel, The Midnight Fox, by Betsy Byars. Includes full SOW Powerpoint with a range of activities: drama role play, reading journal entries, writing newspaper reports, poetry, etc. Final extract-based assessment as preparation for the 9-1 GCSE English Literature exam. Associated handouts and worksheets included.
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The Simpsons: Teaching about Satire & Irony

The Simpsons: Teaching about Satire & Irony

Using The Simpsons, this SOW is aimed at KS3 and teaches about the concept of satire and irony through studying and analysing a particular episode, 'Homer Badman'. Includes PEA analytical response and group project, developing a British sitcom. Powerpoint lesson plans and associated worksheets included.
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Hardy Poetry

Hardy Poetry

KS4 or KS5. Covers lessons for four Hardy poems, including close reading, language analysis, and relevant contexts. Includes opportunities for wider reading of Hardy literature.
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Fire, Bed and Bone Unit of Work

Fire, Bed and Bone Unit of Work

A full scheme of work for the novel, "Fire, Bed and Bone" by Henrietta Bransford, for KS3 pupils (Year 7). Powerpoint with all lessons, objectives, etc. , and associated worksheets, including an extract-based final assessment in preparation for extract questions at GCSE.
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The Sign of Four GCSE 9-1 SOW

The Sign of Four GCSE 9-1 SOW

Full SOW for The Sign of Four, aimed at GCSE 9-1 specification, and based in part on AQA text book. Learning objectives for all lessons. Worksheets as referenced in the PowerPoint, including practice examination style extract questions, worked examples, etc.
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Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 Full SOW

Animal Farm GCSE 9-1 Full SOW

Full SOW for studying Animal Farm for GCSE 9-1; includes relevant handouts and worksheets as referenced in the scheme. Includes plenty of examination question planning and practice. Covers contexts and elements of Orwell's style and language, etc.
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