A collection of 29 essays designed to support the in depth teaching, learning and revision of William Shakespeare's King Lear. Covering all aspects of the text, themes, imagery, characters, summary/analysis of each act. Each essay includes links to other key aspects of the text, and key quotes to support. A fantastic revision aid.
A collection of ten essays designed to support the in-depth study of the themes and imagery of William Shakespeare's King Lear. Each essay includes links to character and key events, quotes to support and detailed analysis. Titles included are; IMAGERY: Blindness, Animal, Clothing, Suffering. THEMES: Nature, The Gods, Madness, Power.
A collection of 13 essays designed to support the in-depth analysis of the characters in Shakespeare's King Lear. Each essay includes key quotes, links to themes, and links to key events. Character analyses included: Albany Cordelia Cornwall Edgar Edmund Gloucester Goneril Kent King Lear Oswald Regan The Fool
80 Slide PowerPoint presentation designed to support the teaching of the NOVEL. Activities for each section include exploring dialogue, language, character, inferring and deducing. Analysis tasks plus writing forms (writing for purpose) are embedded into the pp. Initially designed to teach year 9 but also suitable for high ability year 8/7.
An 18 slide powerpoint presentation designed to support the teaching and learning of writing in the form of autobiography. Fun activities throughout, pair work, film clips, opportunities to write extended pieces. Can be used over an extended lesson or as a writing project (2-3 hours) or over the course of 2-4 lessons, as a mini scheme of work. I used as a writing project for KS3, High ability year 9 but can easily be adapted to suit a variety of ages and ability.
A collection of six essays designed to support the in-depth study of William Shakespeare's King Lear. Essays include introduction to King Lear, and summary/analysis of each act. Each essay includes key quotes.
A collection of essays designed to support the revision of character in Romeo & Juliet. Characters include; Romeo, Juliet, Benvolio, Friar Lawrence, Mercutio, Nurse, Paris, Tybalt. Key quotes for each character included, suitable for lower-mid ability.
A PowerPoint presentation designed to teach the poetic forms of Limerick and Haiku to older KS2 or younger KS3 Students. Could be used to cover one extended lessons or split between two shorter lessons. Could also be used over two longer lessons depending on the ability of your class. Keywords, starter activities, learning objectives and activities included, along with opportunities to create own poetry. Can be adapted up or down. Can be used as a standalone project or within a poetry unit.
A 77 slide PowerPoint designed to support the in-depth teaching and learning of Robert Swindells'novel, Abomination. Complete with SOW and activities, the slideshow is organised lesson by lesson. There are learning objectives, links to GCSE AOs, writing/reading tasks, homeworks. Best taught as KS3, I've used this very successfully with years 7, 8, 9. Can be adapted up or down to suit any ability. Minimal planning required, ready to teach resource.
A collection of essays to support the in-depth revision of Shakespeare's Hamlet. Titles include, Character, Key act summary and analysis, Themes, soliloquies. Each essay includes key quotes and links to key events.
19 Slide Powerpoint Presentation that is designed to be used over 3-4 one hour lessons (depending on ability). This mini-scheme leads students on a learning journey through Ted Hughes' poem, Pike. It starts with a pre-learning activity on fishing, and goes through vocabulary, imagery, annotation and analysis, theme exploration, quote finding, writers methods (language techniques). Complete with learning objectives, starters, plenaries, pair work, links to multimedia resources, this is perfect for a stand-alone mini unit on poetry, or as part of a larger unit on poetry. I've used for top set y9 but is also suitable for mid-higher sets across all KS3.
A pack of essays on character to support the revision and/or teaching of Shakespeare's Hamlet. One essay per character and key quotes, links with theme etc included on each. Characters covered in this pack are: Claudius Fortinbras Gertrude Ghost Hamlet Horatio Laertes Ophelia Polonius Rosencrantz & Guildenstern.
A collection of essays designed to support the in-depth teaching and learning of the imagery in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Included are essays on: Clothing imagery Darkness & light Natural imagery Blood imagery Each essay includes quotes, links to character, theme and event.
A collection of essays to support the in depth analysis of the themes in Shakespeare's Macbeth. Can be used to revise, and also to guide and support teaching and learning. Themes included are: Supernatural and Evil Masculinity Kingship Deception Chaos Each essay includes key quotes and links to characters and events. Can be adapted up, some are already adapted down and are saved as a 2nd version.
An in-depth analysis of soliloquies in Shakespeare's Hamlet. This essay aims to guide the reader through the soliloquies in Hamlet, linking each one to the text and identifying key quotes from each one. Excellent revision tool.
A collection of essays designed to support the revision and teaching of the themes in Shakespeare's Hamlet. Each essay includes key quotes and links. Themes included are: Procrastination Madness Weeds and Decay Sickness and disease Revenge Love Kingship Irony Deception
A detailed, academic essay on the theme of patriarchy in Jane Eyre.
A presentation with supporting worksheets to help students improve their vocabulary in order to meet AO5/6 for AQA Language Paper 1 Section 2. This should last 3 1 hour lessons, but can be extended/condensed to suit different time constraints. There are links made to the mark scheme for AQA GCSE Language paper 1 section b, followed by a vocabulary building exercise (thesauruses/internet access required) and a writing prompt image to allow students to use their new vocabulary. Peer assessment and success criteria included. Useful across ks3 and 4, but explicit links made to mark scheme for AQA GCSE
A collection of essays designed to guide and assist the revision of theme in Romeo and Juliet. Themes included are; Destiny, Love, Conflict and Authority. Key quotes included for each theme. Suitable for lower- Middle ability.
Eight documents covering in-depth summary and analysis of Jane Eyre, chapter by chapter. Each section has links to AQA GCSE Asessment Objectives, key quotes, themes, character. Useful for revision or to support in- depth teaching and analysis.