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New GCSE English Language, Section B Narrative Writing - AO5/6 (Paper 1 Question 5)
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New GCSE English Language, Section B Narrative Writing - AO5/6 (Paper 1 Question 5)

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Creative approach to narrative writing. Pupils will write in response to a Q5 exam prompt using a detailed model example to establish success criteria. Full coverage of AO5 and AO6 skills in preparation for English Language Paper 1 Q5 response. Fully resourced, contained within the powerpoint which is stylish and visually stimulating. IMPORTANT NOTE: Tailored to AQA spec, however, easily adaptable to new OCR, Edexcel & WJEC specifications. AO1 - 6 and the skills are universal across all exam boards. Simply adapt the exam question tags in each unit to match the placement of each AO and skill across each exam paper/question depending on the required exam board (5 minutes editing time).
GCSE English Language Component 2 - Guided Exam Practice (Whaling)
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GCSE English Language Component 2 - Guided Exam Practice (Whaling)

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GCSE English Language Component 2: Reading - Guided Exam Practice covering every question step by step AO1 - 4. Built around a mock exam focusing on an an modern article and 19th extract focused on the topic of whaling. This practice paper with question by question practice and outcome driven peer-assessment supported by indicative content and modeling will fully prepare and enable students to develop and progress towards their success in the summer examinations. Tailored to Educas exam specs however EASILY ADAPTABLE to AQA and Edexcel. Duration 2-3 lessons (depending on ability/stage in the course.)
GCSE English Language Component 1 -  Guided Exam Practice (Kite Runner)
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GCSE English Language Component 1 - Guided Exam Practice (Kite Runner)

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GCSE English Language Component 1: Reading - Guided Exam Practice covering every question step by step AO1 - 4. Built around a mock exam focussing on an extract from Kite Runner this challenging practice paper with question by question practice and outcome driven peer-assessment supported by indicative content and modelling will fully prepare and enable students to develop and progress towards their success in the summer examinations. Tailored to Educas exam specs however EASILY ADAPTABLE to AQA and Edexcel. Duration 2-3 lessons (depending on ability/stage in the course. Also available as part of a BUNDLE containing 3 additional C1 practice exams.
GCSE English Language Component 1 - Guided Exam Practice (Private Peaceful)
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GCSE English Language Component 1 - Guided Exam Practice (Private Peaceful)

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GCSE English Language Component 1: Reading - Guided Exam Practice covering every question step by step AO1 - 4. Built around a mock exam focussing on an extract from Private Peaceful this practice paper with question by question practice and outcome driven peer-assessment supported by indicative content and modelling will fully prepare and enable students to develop and progress towards their success in the summer examinations. Tailored to Educas exam specs however EASILY ADAPTABLE to AQA and Edexcel. Duration 2-3 lessons (depending on ability/stage in the course.) Also available as part of a BUNDLE containing 3 additional C1 practice exams.
An Inspector Calls, COMPLETE CONTEXT UNIT!  New  GCSE ENGLISH LITERATURE (2 Weeks Teaching)
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An Inspector Calls, COMPLETE CONTEXT UNIT! New GCSE ENGLISH LITERATURE (2 Weeks Teaching)

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In this is unit of 5 - 6 lesson series pupils are immersed in the context of 1912, with events such as the Titanic symbolising the fragmented class structure, and that of the writer, 1946, in which the same rigid class system is clinging to its former glory following the chaos of the second world war. Using kinaesthetic activities and a series of iconic video clips pupils will grasp the core elements of the contexts underpinning An Inspector Calls. Additionally, exploration of key concepts such as such as capitalism and socialism, and their relevance with regards to the writer's purpose and messages is also covered in depth. Intended for teaching the Modern Text component of the AQA GCSE English Literature Specifications (first examination in 2017)Easily adaptable for teaching OCR and WJEC specifications. AQA Paper 2 Section A: Modern texts OCR Paper 1 Section A: Modern Prose or Drama WJEC Paper 2 Section A: Post 1914 Prose / Drama https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive ALSO SEE THE COMPLETE READING UNIT TO ACCOMPANY THE READING OF THE PLAY!
Essay Planning - An Inspector Calls,  New GCSE English Literature: Modern Texts
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Essay Planning - An Inspector Calls, New GCSE English Literature: Modern Texts

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A lesson and homework resources to be used to model essay planning stratergies in preparation for the New English Literature Paper 2 Section A: Modern Texts exam (2017.) Including a fully planned essay response to a New AQA English Literature GCSE exam question, focussing on responsibility in 'An Inspector Calls' (official AQA pilot material included.) Whilst tailored to the New AQA specification (Paper 2 Section A: Modern texts) this course is easily adaptable to meet the requirements of OCR and WJEC specifications. The Assessment Objectives and skill are transferable with very little editing needed for (OCR Paper 1 Section A: Modern Prose or Drama AND WJEC Paper 2 Section A: Post 1914 Prose / Drama) https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive creatededucation@yahoo.com
GCSE English Language Component 1 - Guided Exam Practice (Justo)
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GCSE English Language Component 1 - Guided Exam Practice (Justo)

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GCSE English Language Component 1: Reading - Guided Exam Practice covering every question step by step AO1 - 4. Built around a mock exam focussing on an extract centering around the character Justo. This practice paper with question by question practice and outcome driven peer-assessment supported by indicative content and modelling will fully prepare and enable students to develop and progress towards their success in the summer examinations. Tailored to Educas exam specs however EASILY ADAPTABLE to AQA and Edexcel. Duration 2-3 lessons (depending on ability/stage in the course.) Also available as part of a BUNDLE containing 3 additional C1 practice exams.
The Prelude, William Wordsworth, GCSE Poetry Conflict Cluster 2017 (AQA, OCR & Edexcel Anthologies)
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The Prelude, William Wordsworth, GCSE Poetry Conflict Cluster 2017 (AQA, OCR & Edexcel Anthologies)

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A CONCISE UNIT of 2-3 lessons providing an in-depth exploration of The Prelude*. Including engaging teaching of content, writer's methods and exploration of the influence of the poet's context (romanticism). This lesson provides group opportunities guiding pupils development of AO1, AO2 and AO3 literature, and specifically, poetry skills. Including animated, complete annotation of the poem, poem response activities (differentiated) and engaging and atmospheric videos and discussion points to support development of understanding. Additionally, suggested further development opportunities for indepedent engagement with the poem and the issues and ideas dealt with, are provided. NOW INCLUDING... ADDITION WRITING EXTENSION to embed pupils understanding of the poems content whilst providing opportunities to develop their GCSE WRITING skills as well as developing vocabulary and literacy skills which will help pupils express their interpretations when writing about literature analytically. *taken from AQA Anthology (2017.) Also included in the OCR and Edexcel Poetry Anthologies (Conflict) for GCSE English Literature Specification (first examination 2017) AQA Paper 2 Section B: Poetry OCR Paper 2 Section A: Poetry Across Time Edexcel Paper 2 Section B: Poetry since 1789 GET THE COMPLETE Power & Conflict ANTHOLOGY (2017) https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/teachers-complete-gcse-poetry-bundle-power-and-conflict-all-15-poems-new-aqa-english-literature-11248503 Recently updated in response to your feedback! Get in touch: https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive
Teachers' Complete GCSE Poetry Bundle, Power & Conflict (ALL 15 POEMS), NEW AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE!
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Teachers' Complete GCSE Poetry Bundle, Power & Conflict (ALL 15 POEMS), NEW AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE!

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Complete bundle of individual units approaching all 15 poems in the NEW AQA GCSE ENGLISH LITERATURE Power and Conflict Cluster of the Anthology, 2014-17. Each of the 15 CONCISE UNITS (2-4 lessons each) provides an in-depth exploration of its poem, poet and contextual period. Including engaging teaching of content, writer's methods and exploration of the influence of the poet's context. These units provide group opportunities guiding pupils development of AO1, AO2 and AO3 literature, and specifically, poetry skills. Including animated, complete annotations of ALL 15 POEMS, response activities (differentiated), engaging mp3/ video clips (included), discussion points, exam modelling/guidance and suggested further development opportunities for indepedent engagement with the each poem and context. Fully UPDATED & IMPROVED in response to YOUR FEEDBACK with additional activities to further enhance pupils GCSE skills! NOW INCLUDING... 10 ADDITIONAL WRITING EXTENSIONS to embed pupils understanding of the poems and contexts whilst providing opportunities to develop GCSE WRITING SKILLS as well as developing the vocabulary and literacy skills to support pupils expression of their interpretations when writing analytically. AND An ESSAY PLANNING UNIT built alongside official exam board pilot assessment material. *poem taken from AQA English Literature Anthology for 2017. AQA Paper 2 Section B: Poetry Get in Touch: https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive
Developing  GCSE ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS: Stand-Out Descriptive Writing Methods
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Developing GCSE ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS: Stand-Out Descriptive Writing Methods

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A range of STAND-OUT approaches to descriptive writing in preparation for the NEW GCSE English Language (AQA Paper 1 Section B) To be used for in lesson teaching, modelling and practise activities or additionally as independent homework/revision activities provided in both powerpoint format (for teaching purposes) and ebook (pdf) format which can be read on any smartphone, tablet or computer/laptop for increased accessibility for pupils: no excuses revision! https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive
New GCSE Writing Skills (Sample), English Language, Paper 2B: Writing to ARGUE (Street Art)
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New GCSE Writing Skills (Sample), English Language, Paper 2B: Writing to ARGUE (Street Art)

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Creative approach to non fiction writing. Pupils will write about their views about street art. Full coverage of AO5 and AO6 skills in preparation for English Language Paper 2 Q5 response requiring pupils to explore and argue their viewpoint in writing. Fully resourced, contained within the powerpoint which is stylish and visually stimulating. SAMPLE: FULL UNIT AVAILABLE IN PREMIUM RESOURCES.... https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-gcse-writing-skills-full-unit-english-language-paper-2b-writing-to-argue-street-art-11221145 https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive creatededucation@yahoo.com
GCSE AQA Unseen Poetry, 'The Times They Are A-Changin' by Bob Dylan.
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GCSE AQA Unseen Poetry, 'The Times They Are A-Changin' by Bob Dylan.

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ONE FREE LESSON FROM @CreatEd's UNSEEN POETRY BUNDLE (See description below) A collection of 4 CONCISE UNITS, each 2 to 3 lessons in duration. Each series of lessons aims to develop pupils understanding of a range of UNSEEN POEMS to develop the skills required for unit C, Unseen Poetry of the New AQA English Literature GCSE. Each unit offers an in-depth exploration of the poems content, message and purpose (AO1), writer's methods and their effects (AO2) and comparison skills. Including animated annotations of each poem, discussion points, model exam questions and a model responses. The chosen poems also provide enrichment for the other units of the corse, notably, An Inspector Calls (Modern Texts) and Shakespeare. UPLOADED FOR FREE TO PROMOTE THE CRUCIAL MESSAGES WITHIN THIS TIMELESS SONG/POEM! THANK YOU FOR INSPIRING CHANGE! Also see the complete power and conflict cluster bundle and a full range of other New Spec GCSE Literature and Language resources! (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/matthewbentham1989)
The Emigree,  Carol Rumens: Power & Conflict Cluster 2017 (AQA GCSE English Literature)
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The Emigree, Carol Rumens: Power & Conflict Cluster 2017 (AQA GCSE English Literature)

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A in-depth exploration of The Emigree by Carol Rumens*. Including engaging teaching of content, writer's methods and exploration of the influence of the poet's modern context. This lesson provides group opportunities guiding pupils development of AO1, AO2 and AO3 literature, and specifically, poetry skills. Including animated, complete annotation of the poem, poem response activities (differentiated), engaging video clips and discussion points and suggested further development opportunities for indepedent engagement with the poem and the issues and ideas its deals with. *poem taken from AQA English Literature Anthology for 2017.
NEW English Language GCSE Assessment BUNDLE AO's/ Exam Question  Symmetry Map & Grade Converter.
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NEW English Language GCSE Assessment BUNDLE AO's/ Exam Question Symmetry Map & Grade Converter.

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Containing an original mock Paper 1 and mock Paper 2 which are knitted together with this visual guide for pupils and teachers. Intended to guide pupils through the AQA GCSE English Language AO's for Reading using a visually, well organised format. Empower your pupils to understand what is expected of them and to be able to assess their own abilities against the skills required, focussing their revision around this. Also a grade converter is included for paper 1 and 2 which parallels new GCSE levels with both traditional GCSE grades and KS2/3 levels. See below for links to the complete 8 week teaching course and revision guide bundle built around this symmetry template! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/matthewbentham1989 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-gcse-english-language-paper-1-paper-2-reading-and-writing-full-course-8-weeks-and-4-x-ebook-s-11224605 Get in touch... creatededucation@yahoo.com Don't miss out on updates and giveaways... https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive
New GCSE English Language Skills UNIT,  AO2 Language and Structure: Paper 1 and Paper 2 Questions
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New GCSE English Language Skills UNIT, AO2 Language and Structure: Paper 1 and Paper 2 Questions

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New GCSE English Language, Understanding the Skills, AO's and Exams. This series of lessons will guide pupils through AO2 skills (analysis of language and structure) and exam questions (AQA Paper 1 Question 2-3 and Paper 2, Questions 3 ). Pupils are guided through a range of interactive activities, using engaging videos and texts (included) , modelling of skills and the staggered completion of each AO2 exam question. Designed around the original AO/Exam Symmetry Revision Template (also included), allowing for independent reflection and self assessment of progress against the AO and exam questions, IMPORTANT NOTE: Tailored to AQA spec, however, easily adaptable to new OCR, Edexcel &; WJEC specifications. AO1 - 6 and the skills are universal across all exam boards. Simply adapt the exam question tags in the unit to match the placement of this AO and skill across each exam paper/question depending on the required exam board. For example, for OCR this AO/Skill (analyse language and structure) is covered on Paper 1: Communicating information and ideas, Question 3 and Paper 2 Exploring effects and impact, Question 2 and 3. (5 minutes editing time). https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive UPDATED AND IMPROVED (12.04.16)
GCSE English Language Component 2 - Guided Exam Practice (Cycling)
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GCSE English Language Component 2 - Guided Exam Practice (Cycling)

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GCSE English Language Component 2: Reading - Guided Exam Practice covering every question step by step AO1 - 4. Built around a mock exam focusing on an an modern article and 19th extract focused on the topic of cycling. This practice paper with question by question practice and outcome driven peer-assessment supported by indicative content and modeling will fully prepare and enable students to develop and progress towards their success in the summer examinations. Tailored to Educas exam specs however EASILY ADAPTABLE to AQA and Edexcel. Duration 2-3 lessons (depending on ability/stage in the course.)
An Inspector Calls, COMPLETE BUNDLE! 6 -7 x Weeks TEACHING & 7 Indepedent Study Guides (ebooks.)
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An Inspector Calls, COMPLETE BUNDLE! 6 -7 x Weeks TEACHING & 7 Indepedent Study Guides (ebooks.)

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The Complete BUNDLE: Including 6-7 week teaching units to accompany the reading and study of An Inspector Calls in preparation for the Modern Texts component of NEW GCSE English Literature Specifications (first examination 2017). 1. An Inspector Calls, COMPLETE CONTEXT UNIT! (2 - 3 Weeks) In this is unit pupils are immersed in the context of 1912, with events such as the Titanic symbolising the fragmented class structure, and that of the writer, 1945, in which the same rigid class system is clinging to its former glory amidst the chaos of the second world war. Using kinaesthetic activities and a series of iconic video clips pupils will grasp the core elements of the contexts underpinning An Inspector Calls.  Additionally, exploration of key concepts such as such as capitalism and socialism, and their relevance with regards to the writer's purpose and messages. is also cover in depth.  2. An Inspector Calls, Complete Reading Unit - (3 - 4 weeks): A Complete 3-4 week teaching unit to accompany the reading of An Inspector Calls in preparation for the NEW GCSE English Literature (2014-17). This organised series of 11-13 lessons (depending on pace of delivery/ability) breaks the play down into 7 manageable key phases with engaging videos, images and recordings (all included) used to hook pupils into the core themes and message of each particular phase before reading/teaching. Additionally, targeted reading focusses and questions ensure a thorough and focussed reading that guides pupils into making their own interpretations and applying them to the writer's context, but more importantly their own context! Model responses are used to support this throughout. Likewise, carefully placed discussion points, videos, images etc facilitate this.  3. A Complete Series of Independent Reading Companions and study guide/revision aid GCSE English Literature students studying ' An Inspector Calls' in preparation for the NEW GCSE English Literature specifications (first examination 2017). Perfect for summer revision and independent study!  This organised series of guides (ebooks compatible with all smartphones, tablets and computers) breaks the play down into 7 manageable key phases with engaging free video links , images and recordings (all included) used to hook pupils into the core themes and message of each particular phase which is contained within its own ebook. Whilst tailored to the New AQA specification (Paper 2 Section A: Modern texts) this course is easily adaptable to meet the requirements of OCR and WJEC specifications. The Assessment Objectives and skills (AO1-3) are transferable with very little editing needed for (OCR Paper 1 Section A: Modern Prose or Drama AND WJEC Paper 2 Section A: Post 1914 Prose / Drama) creatededucation@yahoo.com https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/
New GCSE English Language, FULL COURSE Paper 2: Writers' Viewpoints, A:Reading & B:Writing Skills
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New GCSE English Language, FULL COURSE Paper 2: Writers' Viewpoints, A:Reading & B:Writing Skills

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RECENTLY UPDATED! A complete, organised and in-depth exploration of the NEW AQA ENGLISH LANGUAGE PAPER TWO; writers' viewpoints & perspectives - 4 WEEK UNIT! Including full modelling, practice and assessment of PAPER 2 Exam Skills; identifying and interpreting implicit and explicit information, as well as; synthesising these interpretations and evidence of them, across two non-fiction texts (AO1), one of which is literary non-fiction. Focussed analysis of language (AO2) and detailed comparison of writers' methods (AO3).  Creative approach to non fiction writing. Pupils will write about their views about street art. Full coverage of AO5 and AO6 skills in preparation for English Language Paper 2 Q5 response requiring pupils to explore and argue their viewpoint in writing. Fully resourced, contained within the powerpoint which is stylish and visually stimulating.  A number of enrichment opportunities are also included at the opening of lessons, to encourage engagement, using video/mp3 recordings of famous speech's, news reports.  Includes full PAPER 2 mock exam paper and sources which is linked to the the series of lessons throughout.
William Shakespeare, Sir Thomas More & Banksy on Migration & Equality,  GCSE Literature Enrichment.
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William Shakespeare, Sir Thomas More & Banksy on Migration & Equality, GCSE Literature Enrichment.

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Inspired by the RSC's Shakespeare Live: 400th Anniversary Performance (2016) and Sir Ian Mckellen's performance of Shakespeare's Sir Thomas More Migrant Speech (free recording included). Including full exploration of the speech and Shakespeare's views/context with a focus on migration. The continued relevance of this debate throughout history and into the modern day is explored through the work of street artist Banksy as well as several thought provoking modern news clips all of which are included within the PowerPoints to generate productive classroom debate and positive messages and attitudes to both Shakespeare and Migration/Equality.
Word of the Week! Including Differentiated Independent Activities.
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Word of the Week! Including Differentiated Independent Activities.

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Published weekly, keep an eye out for next weeks! Like @CreatEdlive on Facebook or follow on Twitter. Also included: Independent self-differentiated question-chain activity! To be used weekly with each 'Word of the Week'. Personally, this has become Monday morning routine for my form which provides a, much needed, early morning brain gym wake-up using a range of English skills from simple literacy to more difficult GCSE skills. Also useful as either a routine starter/entry task. Also see weekly, quote of the week, riddle of the week and hero of the week and linked independent activities. https://www.facebook.com/createdlive/ https://twitter.com/creatEDlive