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I am a secondary school English teacher. I am TEEP trained and am part of a TEEP implementation and support group in the school. I plan my lessons following the TEEP model. My lessons are designed for KS3 and KS4 students but can be adapted if needed. I hope you enjoy my lessons and find them useful :)

I am a secondary school English teacher. I am TEEP trained and am part of a TEEP implementation and support group in the school. I plan my lessons following the TEEP model. My lessons are designed for KS3 and KS4 students but can be adapted if needed. I hope you enjoy my lessons and find them useful :)
Effective use of adjectives and adverbs in creative writing.
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Effective use of adjectives and adverbs in creative writing.

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A creative writing lesson aimed to help students improve their use of adjectives and adverbs in their descriptive writing, Lesson involves short tasks, improving extracts and eventually a descriptive writing task. Differentiated using aim/challenge/super challenge and the GCSE mark scheme. Aimed at KS3 students but can also be used with KS4.
Gothic style - Building Suspense - Creative Writing
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Gothic style - Building Suspense - Creative Writing

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Gothic style lesson teaching students how to build suspense in their writing. Lesson is differentiated using aim/challenge/super challenge and the GCSE mark scheme. Includes a gothic vocab spellings test. Aimed at KS3 but can be used for older students. Planned using the TEEP model.
Jekyll and Hyde Language Analysis
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Jekyll and Hyde Language Analysis

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Gothic Horror lesson analysing how language is used to describe Mr Hyde. Aimed at a high ability year 8 class but can easily be adapted to suit other abilities/year groups. Differentiated using aim/challenge/super challenge and the GCSE mark scheme. Includes WAGOLL answers for students to assess using the mark scheme. Lesson has been structured using the TEEP model.
Charles Dickens The Signalman - How is language used to describe setting?
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Charles Dickens The Signalman - How is language used to describe setting?

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2 x lessons on Charles Dickens’ ‘The Signalman’ analysing how language is used to describe setting. Aimed at a high ability year 8 class but can easily be adapted to suit other abilities/year groups. Differentiated using aim/challenge/super challenge and the GCSE mark scheme. Includes WAGOLL answer on main task. Lesson has been structured using the TEEP model.
GCSE 4 Poem bundle (lesson, annotations, context, language analysis task.)
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GCSE 4 Poem bundle (lesson, annotations, context, language analysis task.)

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Lessons for the GCSE poems: Bayonet Charge, War Photographer, Exposure and Ozymandias. Lessons include the poems context, annotations on the poems, language/structure/meaning/context challenge questions and a language analysis task on each poem. Differentiated using aim/challenge/super challenge and the GCSE mark scheme.
Sherlock - Mystery writing KS3 - Paper1, Question 5
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Sherlock - Mystery writing KS3 - Paper1, Question 5

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A Sherlock mystery writing lesson to focus on Paper 1, Question 5 descriptive writing skills. Differentiated using aim/challenge/super challenge and the GCSE mark scheme. Aimed at KS3 but could be easily adapted for GCSE groups. Lesson planned using the TEEP model.