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An Inspector Calls Context Timeline (1912-1945)
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An Inspector Calls Context Timeline (1912-1945)

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Timeline resource designed for students to study the 1912 to 1945 British context of Priestley’s An Inspector Calls, which includes direct links to major themes and key quotations from characters. The resource is packed with 35 quotes from the play, over 20 contextually relevant facts and statistics relating to the key themes, and insights into Priestley’s own life. Easily printable onto a landscape A4 page. An accompanying visual aid poster can be found on the second page, providing contextually relevant images (including contemporary posters and cartoons) that can be printed on the reverse-side of the timeline itself. This resource package also includes the ‘Inspector Calls Theme Map’ resource advertised within my shop, as a complimentary activity sheet that works alongside the poster. Theme maps are immensely useful for generating personalised quotation banks for the play’s major themes and key characters.
'The Kite Runner' Recasting and Commentary  (31 Sample Questions)
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'The Kite Runner' Recasting and Commentary (31 Sample Questions)

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This resource includes 30 complete sample questions for the AQA A Level Language and Literature exam. They are geared to the Recasting and Commentary question for Khaled Hosseini’s ‘The Kite Runner’. The questions cover a range of enagaging themes: fathers and sons parenthood redemption, healing loss, grief and pain games, playing and innocence power, education and religion ethnicity and culture The sample questions use extracts from Chapter 2 to 25, excepting Chapter 18.
Romeo and Juliet Theme Map
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Romeo and Juliet Theme Map

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An engaging resource that encourages GCSE students to re-read their copy of Romeo and Juliet and fill in the themed boxes as they go. A fantastic way for students to build a bank of personalized quotes for their literature exams. Once completed, the student can practice essay writing on any given theme they choose. This is an incredibly diverse worksheet that can be easily altered to work for any play, novel or even poetry anthology.
Five Exam Style Creative Writing Tasks for English Language (Story or Description)
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Five Exam Style Creative Writing Tasks for English Language (Story or Description)

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This resource is a fantastic bank of creative writing questions, which great for students who are practicing their timed exam techniques. Includes 5 high quality PDF versions of AQA-style creative writing questions for Section B of the English Language Paper 2 examination. The topics include: A busy environment (Airport) Travel and patience (Bus Stop) Surfing and adventure (Surfers) Traffic and frustration (Traffic Jam) Commuting on trains and crowds (Underground) All questions are suited to an AQA exam but can be used for most descriptive writing exercises.
An Inspector Calls Theme Map
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An Inspector Calls Theme Map

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An engaging resource that encourages GCSE students to re-read their copy of An Inspector Calls and fill in the themed boxes as they go. A fantastic way for students to build a bank of personalized quotes for their literature exams. Once completed, the student can practice essay writing on any given theme they choose. This is an incredibly diverse worksheet that can be easily altered to work for any play, novel or even poetry anthology.
A Christmas Carol Theme Map
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A Christmas Carol Theme Map

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An engaging resource that encourages GCSE students to re-read their copy of A Christmas Carol and fill in the themed boxes as they go. A fantastic way for students to build a bank of personalized quotes for their literature exams. Once completed, the student can practice essay writing on any given theme they choose. This is an incredibly diverse worksheet that can be easily altered to work for any play, novel or even poetry anthology.
A Christmas Carol: Contextual Guide
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A Christmas Carol: Contextual Guide

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An informative and attractive, yet in-depth, PowerPoint that outlines a variety of relevant contextual points for students to consider while reading Charles Dickens’s ‘A Christmas Carol’. Perfect teaching resource for introducing key aspects about Victorian England to students studying the novella. Contains 11 slides: Dickens’ Background, Life in Victorian England, the Industrial Revolution, the Poor Laws, Workhouses, Religion, and references to the novella’s highly informative Preface. The information in this PowerPoint can be delivered over an hour, or several hours, depending on whether additional supplementary reading or writing tasks accompany it.
Jekyll and Hyde Context
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Jekyll and Hyde Context

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An informative and attractive, yet in-depth, PowerPoint that outlines a variety of relevant contextual points for students to consider while reading Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’. Perfect teaching resource for introducing key aspects about Victorian England to students studying the novella. Contains 11 slides: Stevenson’s Background, Life Experiences of Stevenson, the Industrial Revolution, Class in Victorian London, Gender and Respectability, Science and Medicine and Technology, Religion, Darwinism and Evolution, Physiognomy and Criminals, and Allegorical texts & Shilling Shockers. The information in this PowerPoint can be delivered over an hour, or several hours, depending on whether additional supplementary reading or writing tasks accompany it.
15 A Christmas Carol Sample AQA Extracts
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15 A Christmas Carol Sample AQA Extracts

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This pack contains 15 editable documents to help students study less well known extracts from Charles Dickens’ novella A Christmas Carol. They are in AQA format, but can be adjusted. The question titles are as follows: London society Marley’s influence (warning) sympathy for Scrooge the poor couple Fred’s Christmas spirit poverty (Cratchits) wealth (Fred) Ghosts’ role (Past’s introduction) responsibility (holiday pay) isolation (school) Belle’s family relationships (businessmen) change (prize turkey) forgiveness (Fred in stave 5) Christmas (Present’s power)