Character Quotes - colours denote characters, plus what every character’s impressions of Hyde (through quotes). Commonly used quotes highlighted in bold. Context Sheet/poster - Victorian Context, Stevenson’s life, Gothic Conventions (and how they apply to J&H)
Context sheet Quotes and themes sheet (table) Worksheet/poster/presentation covering the plot and themes in a visual way that follows the circular structure of the plot. Quick AIC revision quiz
Detailed analysis of character quotes and themes. Includes blank worksheet for students to complete.
UPDATE: I have added 2 extra sheets (poster and worksheet)- they are versions of the original sheets, but instead of the Theory’s of Time, there is space for Structure and Context. 2 A3 (can be printed double-sided) revision sheets for An Inspector Calls (GCSE). Includes: - Structure + Plot - Character Quotes - Oupensky + Dunne’s theories of time + relation to AIC - Themes - Context + 2 sided blank copy of sheet for students to complete. **Now with added Powerpoint of poster + Quotes
Poster/display/resource sheet. P - personal pronouns in A - alliteration/anecdote F - facts O - opinion R - rhetorical question/ repetition/reiteration E - emotive language, exaggeration/hyperbole S - statistics T - Three (rule of)/ Tone With ‘Effect’ and example
Can be used individually, or to test against each other.
Poster/Revision sheet outlining the key events of the Cold War, traffic-lighting the severity of events in relation to how it affected the relationship between the USA and the Soviet Union (e.g. green = peaceful, red = high tension). Includes timeline of American and Soviet leaders.
A complete A3 poster or information sheet outlining theories of the cosmological argument. Identical sheet, which is blank, for students to use as revision, or as a worksheet.
Devices cards - so year 11 can learn their devices/vocabulary! Some of the devices are suitable for lower years as well. Easy to print on coloured paper, cut out, laminate, and cut out again. Good for directing students to, so they gain some independence in their learning. Device name on one side, and then stick the definition on the back. Example is often given. Could be used for mix and match, or even as flashcards to test knowledge. Devices: Abstract Nouns Adjective Adverb Alliteration Anagnorisis Anaphora Assonance Blank Verse Catharsis Colloquial Connotation Couplet Dialect Dialogue Direct Address Discourse Marker Dissonance Dramatic Irony Emotive Language Enjambment Extended Metaphor Foreshadowing Free Verse Fricative Language Hamartia Hubris Hyperbole Iambic Pentameter Imagery Irony Juxtapostion Lexical Field Metaphor Monologue Motif Noble Birth Noun Onomatopoeia Oxymoron Perepetia Pathetic Fallacy Pathos Personification Plosives Repetition Rhetorical Question Rhyme Rhythm Rule of 3 Short Sentences Sibilance Simile Sensory Language Soliloquy Sonnet Superlatives Symbolism Tone Tragic Death Verb
A4 sheet summarising the events in chapters 1-10 of Stevenson’s “Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde”.
The previews for the sheets mess up the formatting. Please see the cover sheet (on Leisure) to preview what the worksheets look like. These worksheets were made to accompany the Pearson textbook (ISBN: 978-1292127262). They may work without the textbook, but the guidance sheets guide the student through using the textbook to help with the sheets. The worksheets are designed for students to fill in. Worksheets cover: Yellow Inheriting the throne & problems Elizabeth faced English reformation Religious Settlement Foreign reaction to the Religious Settlement Mary Queen of Scots Green The Revolt of the Northern Earls Ridolfi Plot Throckmorton plot Babington plot Execution of Mary Queen of Scots Liz & Drake vs Philip I of Spain Problems in the Netherlands (Dutch Revolt) The Spanish Armada Purple Education Leisure Poverty Vagabondage Poverty Laws Navigation and Technology Ship Design Drake’s circumnavigation of the globe Raleigh and the Virgina Project Roanoke
Big Fat Quiz of the Academic Year! 2018! Answers in the ‘Note’ tab at the bottom of the powerpoint.
Table showing how Macbeth fits the characteristics of a Tragic Hero. Includes a blank slide, if you want students to try to complete themselves. Can be used as a worksheet to hand out, or even for a display.
This resource includes: Tips & Tricks for Organisation (instructions and organisation ideas) Tips & Tricks for Organisation (instructions and organisation ideas) - non editable text Weekly Planner sheets - week 1 & week 2 Weekly Planner sheet (general)