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CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS - PROFESSIONAL WRITERS
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CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS - PROFESSIONAL WRITERS

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This can be used to get students thinking more carefully about physical descriptions of characters. I used this as a way to introduce what a professionally written character sounded like to them first and then I got them to look for words and phrases that were used to describe the characters faces.
KEY VOCAB FOR AN INSPECTOR CALLS CHARACTERS
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KEY VOCAB FOR AN INSPECTOR CALLS CHARACTERS

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Key vocabulary to help students analyse four key characters in An Inspector Calls (Mr and Mrs Birling, Sheila Birling and Gerald Croft). Good for first learning about the characters and then later for revision.
Courtly Love in Romeo and Juliet - Themes
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Courtly Love in Romeo and Juliet - Themes

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Use this worksheet to help students understand courtly love and apply it to Romeo and Juliet. Reading through the conversation between Benvolio and Romeo in act 1scene 1 helps students see how courtly love can be applied to Romeo's character.
DESCRIPTIVE WRITING - WW1
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DESCRIPTIVE WRITING - WW1

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Two worksheets to use with lower ability KS3 or KS4. Small tasks to keep students focused. Can be adapted to suit any image for description. I tried to focus on vocabulary and sentence structure.
Macbeth Revision - 15 lessons and resources
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Macbeth Revision - 15 lessons and resources

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Use to help students revise Macbeth. Revision tasks included plus resources. Differentiated tasks (tough, tougher, toughest) and ‘push your thinking’ task for more able students also included. Learning outcomes – Blooms Lessons to help students improve their essay writing skills. Revision tasks included plus resources. Used for Eduqas exam but could be adapted to any other exam board. Act 1 revision Act 2 revision Act 3 revision Act 4 revision Act 5 revision Over all plot revision Macbeth and Lady Macbeth revision Other characters revision Ambition revision Guilt revision Extract analysis Extract analysis Extract analysis Exam question Exam question
Macbeth - Extract Analysis Act 1 Scene 7 (1 LESSON)
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Macbeth - Extract Analysis Act 1 Scene 7 (1 LESSON)

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Use to help students with their analysis of extracts (act 1 scene 7). Revision tasks included plus resources. Differentiated tasks (tough, tougher, toughest) and ‘push your thinking’ task for more able students also included. Learning outcomes - Blooms
Macbeth - Theme - GUILT (1 LESSON)
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Macbeth - Theme - GUILT (1 LESSON)

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Use to help students revise the theme of gulit . Revision tasks included plus resources. Differentiated tasks (tough, tougher, toughest) and ‘push your thinking’ task for more able students also included. Learning outcomes - Blooms
AQA New Lit Spec - A Christmas Carol - How have the three ghosts brought about change?
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AQA New Lit Spec - A Christmas Carol - How have the three ghosts brought about change?

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AQA New Lit Spec - A Christmas Carol - This resourse can be used to gather evidence from A Christmas Carol which will show how the ghosts in each stave have brought about each change. For example in stave 1 Scrooge is unsympathetic towards the poor, however in stave 5 Scrooge is supportive towards Tiny Tim ensuring he has a bright future. The Ghost of Christmas Present brings about this change. Tiny Tim is an innocent victim of the Cratchit's poverty. Bob kept TT close, he "dreaded that he may be taken away from him" TT is unwell and the Cratchits are unable to make him better. Scrooge learns that it is his responsibility to help those who are worse off than him.