Another Revision Resource for AQA A Level English Literature poetry. Covers aspects of recall to embed poems in long term memory, as well as tactics for addressing all of the assessment objectives in planning. Essay questions suggested and model responses provided
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
The second power point in a series, links with first but can stand alone. A range of activities on unseen poetry, including a past paper style question, mark scheme and model paragraph responses. Information on British and American poets, guide to choosing the best quotations and strategies for exam success.
A DETAILED POWER POINT, CAN BE USED FOR REVISION, TO MAKE REVISION CARDS OR FOR A SERIES OF REVISION LESSONS LINKING KEY THEMES IN THE NOVEL WITH THE PRE-1900 POEMS FROM THE AQA ANTHOLOGY (plus The Passionate Shepherd).
CLEAR OUTLINE OF CONTEXTUAL COMPARISONS AND CONTRASTS. SOME LINKS TO CRITICAL OPINION AND RESEARCH. SOME CONSIDERATION OF FORM AND STRUCTURE.
THIS IS A STUDENT FRIENDLY RESOURCE THAT CAN STAND ALONE FOR COVER OR INDEPENDENT REVISION
A Comprehensive set of resources on Othello, suitable for AQA English Literature, there are lessons, exemplars, past paper style questions, guidance on hitting the assessment objectives, key vocabulary on aspects of Language, Form and Structure. Anything and Everything you could possibly need for a course of study on Othello
A comprehensive series of lessons with a range of poems and poets covered, 5 writing activities and 5 knowledge tests and biographical information on the poets. Thorough consideration of unseen poems and the best ways to tackle the paper. Exemplars with key quotations and analysis and notes on how to compare.
Close analysis and guide to addressing the Assessment Objectives in the final scene of Othello. Details on planning, identifying key quotations, developing a line of argument and effective essay preparation.
3 power points and a booklet for use with AS and A level AQA students to revise the pre-1900 poetry. Range of activities for planning, addressing the Assessment Objectives and essay writing. Activities can also be used for revising and embedding poets and poems into long term memory
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 detailed power point for AQA A level English Literature comparison of Handmaid with Streetcar. This is designed as a revision resource for students to make links between the texts in preparation for a comparative essay. This resource can stand alone for students to use for personal revision, or can be used by teachers to guide students through thematic links. theres some contextual information as well as an essay planning model, some exemplar opening sentences and some potential timed essay titles.
complete A level English Literature resource bundle for revision. Many of these resources can be set for independent study or used for teacher led revision sessions. Poetry pre- 1900, Gatsby, Othello, Streetcar and Handmaid resources
Resource to support students in comparing these texts. Can be used independently or with a teacher. Lots of essay suggestions, a planning model and links between texts thematically and by form. Contextual notes on Atwood also included.
A brilliant detailed consideration of Act One, Scene One and Two. This resource includes exam style questions styled on the new AQA exam specification and has two invaluable model answers.
Students can annotate the worksheet (which includes the two Acts in question) and use the assessment objectives to self assess their own work and set targets. This could be a very useful stand alone resource for a cover teacher. It is also clearly addressing AQA's assessment objectives in preparing students for the demands of the examination.
The Literary Vocab Power Point can be used to accompany this comprehensive worksheet, which covers at least two weeks' worth of lessons, self study and homework, with two potential exam style assessments and self assessment tools.
A great revision resource with clear outline of how to address the assessment objectives. There are 5 suggestions for model past paper style questions, two mini quizzes to test recall and an opportunity to gather key quotations.
A series of resources plus extract to tackle this essay style question based on the AQA guidelines and Assessment Objectives. Worksheet for students, self assessment sheet and power point. This could be left with a cover teacher to cover 3 one hour lessons (including 1 hour and 30 mins preparation, 45 minutes timed response and 30 minutes self or paired assessment)
Lesson plan, worksheets and power point presentation covering three 50 minutes lessons. Lessons use Assessment Objective criteria in analysing aspects of love and presentation of Desdemona in Act One Scene Three. Enough here for two lessons preparation culminating in a timed exam style assessment
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.
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.