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I strive to make my resources fully teachable from the moment you download them. We are in a very busy profession and sometimes just need to able to able to access something that we can trust and use right away! I've been a fully qualified secondary school teacher for four years and began my teaching career at a challenging, although rewarding, mixed non-selective school in a grammar area. I now work as head of KS3 English at a high achieving boys grammar school.

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I strive to make my resources fully teachable from the moment you download them. We are in a very busy profession and sometimes just need to able to able to access something that we can trust and use right away! I've been a fully qualified secondary school teacher for four years and began my teaching career at a challenging, although rewarding, mixed non-selective school in a grammar area. I now work as head of KS3 English at a high achieving boys grammar school.
The Handmaid's Tale Complete SOW Thematic Lessons A Level 8+ weeks. Ready to Teach.
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The Handmaid's Tale Complete SOW Thematic Lessons A Level 8+ weeks. Ready to Teach.

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Sets of lessons organised into themes to teach ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ as stand-alone text or as part of dystopian coursework. Originally taught to A Level Literature students for their coursework on Dystopian Literture, this unit of around 25 lessons covers the following themes in ready to teach powerpoints: Contextual background of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Contextual background of the dystopian genre Alienation, isolation and the lack of power in the novel Exploration of the structure of the novel The language of oppression Otherness (as concept, linked to the novel and with critical essays) The themes of children and marriage in the novel Feminism in ‘The Handmaid ’s Tale’ Flower imagery and other language studies A range of critical essays and articles to go alongside the teaching of the text Read-to-teach lessons in Powerpoints with all accompanying worksheets/links included.
The Yellow Wallpaper - Charlotte Gilman 3-4 whole lessons, ready to teach, high ability KS3 or KS4
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The Yellow Wallpaper - Charlotte Gilman 3-4 whole lessons, ready to teach, high ability KS3 or KS4

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*Ready to teach lessons* *All worksheets included* This resource was originally created for a high-ability year 9 group, but I have been able to adapt many times to suit others and am currently teaching a version to a high-ability group of Year 8s. Lessons deal with the core themes of the text, close language and character analysis mixed with some creative tasks and the teaching of the contextual/social context in terms of analysing this story from a feminist perspective.
'Frankenstein' GCSE ENTIRE SOW (12+ weeks) Ready to Teach Lesson by Lesson Ppts. TOP GRADES.
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'Frankenstein' GCSE ENTIRE SOW (12+ weeks) Ready to Teach Lesson by Lesson Ppts. TOP GRADES.

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You can teach straight from these PowerPoints with no amending required! Gain top levels for your students - includes many tasks to stretch skills in thinking, analysis, debate and evaluation READY TO TEACH LESSON BY LESSON Powerpoint go from setting up the novel with context/gothic concepts through each chapter, theme and character as they occur. Very thorough, detailed lessons with all research done for you! Includes language analysis lessons to ensure top exam grades. Previously taught to 3 different year 10 classes where grades were raised from Grade 4 up to Grade 8+ by the end of the unit. Originally designed for higher ability but can be adapted for lower by simply removing some of the higher level contextual material available to stretch students. Lessons take students through Shelley’s Frankenstein step-by-step including activities to teach and engage students on a deep level with context, intertextuality/allusion, close language analysis and includes regular assessments, debates and thinking tasks as well as guided reading with questions for each chapter covered. All worksheets included too. Video clip links are found in the ‘notes’ section of the relevant slide. Also adaptable for A Level due to high level of stretch provided.*
A Streetcar Named Desire Scene 11 (final scene) in depth study.  A Level Lit, KS5
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A Streetcar Named Desire Scene 11 (final scene) in depth study. A Level Lit, KS5

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This set of ready-to-teach lessons covers an in-depth study of the final scene of the play including: assessment opportunity, a full evaluation of the function of the scene, a close analysis of Blanche and the purpose of her character, critical statements for evaluation and more. This is a comprehensive and detailed way to end the study of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’.
Of Mice and Men Revision Quiz full lesson
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Of Mice and Men Revision Quiz full lesson

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This quiz can be used for a whole lesson after the study of 'Of Mice and Men.' It includes a number of different rounds including picture rounds, character questions and quote-based questions too. It is varied, fun and my class loved it! Team sheets also included.
KS3 Horowitz Horror SOW 6 weeks. Ready to teach lessons.
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KS3 Horowitz Horror SOW 6 weeks. Ready to teach lessons.

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*Stories are subject to copyright and so not included. Can be bought very cheaply from Amazon or may be something your school covers as part of their SOW.* This complete 6 week SOW was originally intended for a mid-low ability Year 8 group. It covers a range of Anthony Horowitz horror stories from the collection 'Horowitz Horror 2' including 'The Lift,' 'Burnt,' 'The Phone Goes Dead' and 'The Hitchhiker.' The powerpoints are ready formed individual lessons with L/Os, complete lesson activities and include engaging images. Worksheets referenced in the lessons are all included.
The Red Room H.G.Wells 3 ready to teach lessons, high ability KS3 or KS4 Gothic study
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The Red Room H.G.Wells 3 ready to teach lessons, high ability KS3 or KS4 Gothic study

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*Ready to teach lessons* *All worksheets included* This resource provides a series of lessons focused on the Gothic tale 'The Red Room' including a range of activities from close language analysis, to exploration of theme to creative tasks. Originally this resource was taught to a group of high ability year 9s, but I have adapted it myself to suit high ability year 8s. It could also suit KS4 Gothic study as the tasks are stretching and can be added to.
KS5 Angela Carter FULL 10 week SOW 'The Bloody Chamber' ALL TEN  STORIES
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KS5 Angela Carter FULL 10 week SOW 'The Bloody Chamber' ALL TEN STORIES

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Ready-to-teach and thoroughly researched PowerPoint lessons for ALL TEN STORIES in the Angela Carter collection 'The Bloody Chamber.' Each PowerPoint contains numerous lessons for each story, with directed questions, worksheets and critical essays (included) and stretching concepts and critical theories with links to the original tales, psychoanalytical theories about fairy-tales, and quotes from Carter herself. This covers all assessment objectives in detail. Taught to high ability KS5 Year 12 students and revised at Year 13, this resource will save you hours of research time and is everything you could ever need to secure high A Level grades for 'The Bloody Chamber'. Originally designed for OCR spec to be compared with Wilde's 'Dorian Gray', but would suit any specification that requires an in-depth study of Carter and her tales.
Gothic Story Openings and Gothic Writing Techniques (4 lessons, ready to teach)
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Gothic Story Openings and Gothic Writing Techniques (4 lessons, ready to teach)

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*Ready to teach straight from PowerPoint* *All resources included* *See my shop for more. My resources are never of a lower quality than what you find here.* This resource takes students through some of the techniques used in Gothic writing (e.g. pathetic fallacy, descriptions of monsters) and uses notable Gothic texts to model. It also demonstrates how to hook a reader by inviting students to analyse a series of Gothic openings, and to write their own.
A Streetcar Named Desire (12-13 week SOW FULL LESSONS) KS5 A Level Literature
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A Streetcar Named Desire (12-13 week SOW FULL LESSONS) KS5 A Level Literature

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This set of 12-13 weeks’ worth of ready to teach, detailed, high level lessons will comprehensively aid any teacher in delivering the A Level Unit ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’. Lessons are ready to go and need no additional amending; all worksheets are provided. Topics covered: A detailed introduction to the play including notes on the author, context and a study of theatrical form In depth analysis of each scene from start to finish (scenes 1 - 11) Character studies featured at key moments in the play for Blanche, Stanley, Stella, Mitch, Eunice and Steve. Includes the function/purpose of their characters linked to theme and context. Contextual studies of New Orleans, the Southern Belle and more Thematic/symbolism studies including light imagery, Blanche’s bathing, elements of Plastic Theatre, the moth image and much more. 3 assessment opportunities All lessons have previously been taught to an A Level group who finished the unit with a detailed, rich understanding of the play. They are now exam-ready and confident in the analysis and evaluation of this play.
Frankenstein GCSE Chapters 17, 18, 19, 20 AND 21 PLUS Doppelgangers, assessment, Victor, Monster
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Frankenstein GCSE Chapters 17, 18, 19, 20 AND 21 PLUS Doppelgangers, assessment, Victor, Monster

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You can teach straight from these PowerPoints with no amending required!* Gain top levels for your students - includes many tasks to stretch skills in thinking, analysis, debate and evaluation READY TO TEACH LESSON BY LESSON Bundle of all Frankenstein lessons from beginning to end of novel available in my shop Previously taught to 3 different year 10 classes where grades were raised from Grade 4 up to Grade 8+ by the end of the unit. My lesson-by-lesson PowerPoints are designed for higher ability but can be adapted for lower by simply removing some of the higher level contextual material available to stretch students. It takes students through Shelley’s Frankenstein step-by-step including activities to teach and engage students on a deep level with context, intertextuality/allusion, close language analysis and includes regular assessments, debates and thinking tasks as well as guided reading with questions for each chapter covered. Each lesson has a core focus on a chapter, character, plot point or theme. Lessons can be taught without amending and were designed originally for the new Grades 1 - 9 GCSE assessment without levels and designed to allow students to achieve grade 9. School this resource was designed for teaches AQA spec, but suits any specification which uses ‘Frankenstein’ as a core text. All worksheets included too. Video clip links are found in the ‘notes’ section of the relevant slide. Also adaptable for A Level due to high level of stretch provided.
Context of The Handmaid's Tale & Dystopian Lit. (A Level Literature)
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Context of The Handmaid's Tale & Dystopian Lit. (A Level Literature)

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Sets of lessons organised into themes to teach ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ as stand-alone text or as part of dystopian coursework available in my shop Originally taught to A Level Literature students for their coursework on Dystopian Literture, this unit of 8 lessons covers both the background to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ as well as focusing on setting up the genre of Dystopian Literature by teaching key concepts, themes and why we read dystopias. Read-to-teach lessons in Powerpoints with all accompanying worksheets/links included. Stretching lessons and could suit the teaching of other dystopias too (e.g. Never Let Me Go) as an introductory background.
Frankenstein GCSE Chapters 22, 23 AND 24 PLUS ending study, monster, fire and ice imagery, allusion
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Frankenstein GCSE Chapters 22, 23 AND 24 PLUS ending study, monster, fire and ice imagery, allusion

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You can teach straight from these PowerPoints with no amending required!* Gain top levels for your students - includes many tasks to stretch skills in thinking, analysis, debate and evaluation READY TO TEACH LESSON BY LESSON Bundle of all Frankenstein lessons from beginning to end of novel available in my shop Previously taught to 3 different year 10 classes where grades were raised from Grade 4 up to Grade 8+ by the end of the unit. My lesson-by-lesson PowerPoints are designed for higher ability but can be adapted for lower by simply removing some of the higher level contextual material available to stretch students. It takes students through Shelley’s Frankenstein step-by-step including activities to teach and engage students on a deep level with context, intertextuality/allusion, close language analysis and includes regular assessments, debates and thinking tasks as well as guided reading with questions for each chapter covered. Each lesson has a core focus on a chapter, character, plot point or theme. Lessons can be taught without amending and were designed originally for the new Grades 1 - 9 GCSE assessment without levels and designed to allow students to achieve grade 9. School this resource was designed for teaches AQA spec, but suits any specification which uses ‘Frankenstein’ as a core text. All worksheets included too. Video clip links are found in the ‘notes’ section of the relevant slide. Also adaptable for A Level due to high level of stretch provided.
Frankenstein GCSE Chapter 8, 9 AND 10 PLUS Gothic concepts, allusions/intertextuality, context
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Frankenstein GCSE Chapter 8, 9 AND 10 PLUS Gothic concepts, allusions/intertextuality, context

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You can teach straight from these PowerPoints with no amending required!* Gain top levels for your students - includes many tasks to stretch skills in thinking, analysis, debate and evaluation READY TO TEACH LESSON BY LESSON Bundle of all Frankenstein lessons from beginning to end of novel available in my shop Previously taught to 3 different year 10 classes where grades were raised from Grade 4 up to Grade 8+ by the end of the unit. My lesson-by-lesson PowerPoints are designed for higher ability but can be adapted for lower by simply removing some of the higher level contextual material available to stretch students. It takes students through Shelley’s Frankenstein step-by-step including activities to teach and engage students on a deep level with context, intertextuality/allusion, close language analysis and includes regular assessments, debates and thinking tasks as well as guided reading with questions for each chapter covered. Each lesson has a core focus on a chapter, character, plot point or theme. Lessons can be taught without amending and were designed originally for the new Grades 1 - 9 GCSE assessment without levels and designed to allow students to achieve grade 9. School this resource was designed for teaches AQA spec, but suits any specification which uses ‘Frankenstein’ as a core text. All worksheets included too. Video clip links are found in the ‘notes’ section of the relevant slide. Also adaptable for A Level due to high level of stretch provided.
Frankenstein Chapter 15 and 16 PLUS Monster, debate, sympathy, language analysis
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Frankenstein Chapter 15 and 16 PLUS Monster, debate, sympathy, language analysis

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You can teach straight from these PowerPoints with no amending required!* Gain top levels for your students - includes many tasks to stretch skills in thinking, analysis, debate and evaluation READY TO TEACH LESSON BY LESSON Bundle of all Frankenstein lessons from beginning to end of novel available in my shop Previously taught to 3 different year 10 classes where grades were raised from Grade 4 up to Grade 8+ by the end of the unit. My lesson-by-lesson PowerPoints are designed for higher ability but can be adapted for lower by simply removing some of the higher level contextual material available to stretch students. It takes students through Shelley’s Frankenstein step-by-step including activities to teach and engage students on a deep level with context, intertextuality/allusion, close language analysis and includes regular assessments, debates and thinking tasks as well as guided reading with questions for each chapter covered. Each lesson has a core focus on a chapter, character, plot point or theme. Lessons can be taught without amending and were designed originally for the new Grades 1 - 9 GCSE assessment without levels and designed to allow students to achieve grade 9. School this resource was designed for teaches AQA spec, but suits any specification which uses ‘Frankenstein’ as a core text. All worksheets included too. Video clip links are found in the ‘notes’ section of the relevant slide. Also adaptable for A Level due to high level of stretch provided.
POETRY BATTLE (KS3/4/5) A quiz testing poetry skills, terms and creativity. Full lesson.
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POETRY BATTLE (KS3/4/5) A quiz testing poetry skills, terms and creativity. Full lesson.

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Made to re-cap poetry terms, structure, and getting the students to think creatively about poetry. I have used this with Year 9, 10, 11 and 12 as poetic terms never change and the students higher up can simply access the creative tasks to a higher level. Students have always been very engaged and have also learned a lot from it. I teach this lesson as a team game. Students are in groups of 4 to work through the rounds and we keep track of points as we go. This takes at least 1 lesson, and could take longer depending on the ability/creativity of your students. Ready to teach.
Frankenstein GCSE Chapter 6 and 7 AND Romanticism, human vs monster debate&trial, evaluative writing
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Frankenstein GCSE Chapter 6 and 7 AND Romanticism, human vs monster debate&trial, evaluative writing

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You can teach straight from these PowerPoints with no amending required!* Gain top levels for your students - includes many tasks to stretch skills in thinking, analysis, debate and evaluation READY TO TEACH LESSON BY LESSON Bundle of all Frankenstein lessons from beginning to end of novel available in my shop Previously taught to 3 different year 10 classes where grades were raised from Grade 4 up to Grade 8+ by the end of the unit. My lesson-by-lesson PowerPoints are designed for higher ability but can be adapted for lower by simply removing some of the higher level contextual material available to stretch students. It takes students through Shelley’s Frankenstein step-by-step including activities to teach and engage students on a deep level with context, intertextuality/allusion, close language analysis and includes regular assessments, debates and thinking tasks as well as guided reading with questions for each chapter covered. Each lesson has a core focus on a chapter, character, plot point or theme. Lessons can be taught without amending and were designed originally for the new Grades 1 - 9 GCSE assessment without levels and designed to allow students to achieve grade 9. School this resource was designed for teaches AQA spec, but suits any specification which uses ‘Frankenstein’ as a core text. All worksheets included too. Video clip links are found in the ‘notes’ section of the relevant slide. Also adaptable for A Level due to high level of stretch provided.
Frankenstein GCSE Doppelganger Lesson (Chpt 18. quotes)
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Frankenstein GCSE Doppelganger Lesson (Chpt 18. quotes)

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Taught as part of my full Frankenstein GCSE SOW to a high ability year 10 group. See full lesson-by-lesson ppts. from Letter 1 - Chapter 24 ‘Frankenstein’, with all resources ready to use, in my shop. Takes students through quotes in Chapter 18 with differentiated worksheet. Used as part of an Outstanding lesson observation. Enjoy!