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.
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
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 self standing quiz, takes about 40 minutes, could be ideal for a cover lesson as it involves self assessment and the possibility of a useful and worthwhile lesson with no teacher input whatsoever. Possibly more useful if students are given the A4 Literary Terminology Sheets for revision a week before!
A complete scheme of work for A level Literature, there are lessons on every scene of the play and also on contextual information.
There are guides to examination style questions and whole areas to support the exploration and study of the Tragic genre.
This is a fabulous resource, built up over years of teaching the play and demonstrating the years of experience and expertise of the writer.
Wonderful vocabulary tips and knowledge of characters and events.
Brilliant guides to essay planning and writing.
This is a comprehensive and invaluable source for any teachers of A level Literature or teachers considering the text for IB study.
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, 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 scheme of work and student worksheets covering a broad range of topics and assessments. Allows students to use historical knowledge to critically analyse the presentation of the characters in the book. Opportunities for debate, comprehension and writing.
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!
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.
Comprehensive series of lessons with past paper style questions on both unseen and comparative unseen. Mark scheme and assessment objectives broken down into student friendly language. Tactics and skills outlined. Range of poems and poets included with brief biographical outlines. Also included - a generic and comprehensive guide to revising.
A lesson outlining the contextual information you will need for studying A Streetcar Named Desire for A level English Literature.
This power point can be a useful teacher resource and can also be used as a self contained independent lesson for students.
There is a swathe of information in here about New Orleans and the emergence of new American outlook as well as inclusion about Old Southern values and the idea of the Southern Belle. The final section of the lesson considers the beginning of the play and the significance of the stage directions in introducing the characters.