An amazing value bundle of 4 introductory lessons, worksheets and power points. Introducing the play, introducing the style of AQA question and context and reflecting on Act One. Ideal for the new AQA GCSE Literature assessments. These lessons are stand alone, with accompanying worksheets. Could also be used for for KS3 introduction to the play.
An outline of the new A level AQA Literature course, designed for students but also useful for teachers new to the course. Outlines Assessment Objectives, set texts (you will have to adapt this for your own chosen set texts), expectations, wider reading, literary vocabulary and a possible route through the course in preparation for examination at end of Year 12.
A great resource for context with some introductory notes on how to respond to Assessment Objectives, two clear homeworks linked to AOs and some Language, Form and Structure ideas. Would link really well with Flip Classroom ideology as tasks can be completed before lessons and thus inform more meaningful discussion of text
a range of ideas and information, with links made between Othello and other plays for AO4. Lots of hints on exam preparation and 6 different exam style extracts with quick exercises to hone technique. Model paragraph also provided and highlights to support in finding key quotations and analysing them.
A revision resource with activities for students to address the assessment objectives in exams and make a note of key vocabulary for each poem. The template document can be shared with students for a collective revision through shared documents or can be printed and students can fill in during a lesson or for personal revision
Two power points with close reference to the assessment objectives outlines by AQA, with some specific focus on what my students always miss - the FORM and STRUCTURE within the extract and play as a whole. Some timed essay style questions and useful video clip of Emilia's speech "If wives do fall" which provoke the students to consider Feminist and Marxist interpretations of the play.
This power point was designed for a lecture style revision session geared towards the new AQA Literature syllabus. The lecture covers key revision points, key terminology, contextual information and video clips of rising action and dramatic climaxes in the play. It's a good 40 minutes in lecture format or could be adapted to 2 to 3 lessons.
A series of power point lessons which will take you through all of the poems except one in the anthology for study of the pre-1900 section. This resource could be used for long term absence, as a revision pack or just to save you lots of effort with planning. the power points cover all of AQAá assessment objectives, with information on context and language, form and structure. There are also suggestions for exemplar exams and making up exam questions. Overall, a great bundle if you are teaching the new AQA Literature poetry anthology at As level.
A great resource if you're teaching the post 1900 poetry for the new A level Literature syllabus. there are power points for almost every poem. This is great for long term cover, as a revision bundle or just to save teachers new to the syllabus load of work.
specifically designed for new AQA English Literature AS level, an introductory lesson that covers all of the Assessment Objectives, could be used as a stand alone flip classroom resource or for revision.
a specific explanation of how to integrate a historicist perspective into the poetry and Othello in order to address AO3 effectively. Good range of historicist vocabulary specifically for poetry analysis and links, as well as an outline of Revenge Tragedy and ways in which students can give alternative interpretations of Othello based on gender/race/class changes in society.
Great first lesson with an overview of AO3 as well as a careful look at aspects of language and structure in the poem. Two potential timed essay exam style questions at the end and a homework task on Rossetti. Fab stand alone lesson, could be used as an intro to the poem or as a revision task.
an overview of Burns' poem Ae Fond Kiss, with a careful look at the use of vernacular and links with AO3. Key questions for analysing aspects of language and structure and suggestions for possible timed essay questions
An excellent resource including plenty of social and historical context as well as analysis of the language and structure of the poem. A stand alone lesson with a possible timed essay response at the end. This produces excellent responses from my Year 12 group, which is a broadly mixed ability group!