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A Level English Language: FOUR practice papers (Paper 1, with L5/full-mark exemplars, for AQA)
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A Level English Language: FOUR practice papers (Paper 1, with L5/full-mark exemplars, for AQA)

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Four practice papers, each containing two texts and three complete exemplar essays, for Paper 1 (questions 1, 2, and 3). That’s a total of 12 exemplar essays and practice questions. The exemplars included are top mark/Level 5 standard. There are 8 texts and 12 essays in total included with this pack. Each essay is approximately 600 words in length. The texts cover multiple genres and periods. The questions can be used for mock exams, and the exemplars as a useful feedback tool. Each follow the standard English Language A Level Paper 1 mark scheme available from AQA’s website.
Lord of the Flies: Complete Revision SoW & Resources (Higher)
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Lord of the Flies: Complete Revision SoW & Resources (Higher)

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Lord of the Flies: Revision SoW GCSE, Higher level. A well-designed and detailed exam revision scheme of work for eight big lesson plans, optimised for online teaching. The lesson plans are designed to be divided over eight weeks of lessons. This SoW assumes that the novel has been read, and understood to some depth previously. However it is possible to use this plan alongside reading-based activity lessons, while teaching the novel for the first time. All sections refer to the attached PowerPoint presentations, which contain knowledge breakdowns and can also act as handouts. The sections are as follows: Week 1: Introduction to Context Week 2: Revising Character Week 3: Revising Theme Week 4: Recapping Plot and Structure Week 5: Exploring Symbolism Week 6: Introduction to Allusion Week 7/8: Reviewing and Responding to Exam Questions (Edexcel) In each week’s PowerPoint, you’ll find a series of whiteboard-friendly, well designed, and detailed written questions, discussion questions, and knowledge breakdowns which can span over multiple lessons. Files include the ppt and pdf s (The slides also double as handouts for activities, as explained in the main SoW sheet.)
An Inspector Calls: SoW - Higher Level
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An Inspector Calls: SoW - Higher Level

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**An Inspector Calls: First Teaching/Revision ** GCSE, Higher level. A well-designed and detailed exam revision scheme of work for eight big lesson plans, optimised for online teaching. The PPTs are designed to be divided over eight weeks of lessons, and there are plenty of activities to do this, but they could easily be broken down further and their activities used as supplementary material. Most activities are differentiated with some more challenging, bonus questions for early finishers. The questions within written activities are designed to increase in difficulty in order to both push learners, and to ensure weaker members of the class are still able to complete tasks. This SoW assumes no knowledge of the play, however as revision focused lessons. The context sections and practice essays are especially useful for this mode of work. All sections refer to the attached PowerPoint presentations, which contain knowledge breakdowns and can also act as handouts. The sections are as follows: Week 1. AIC: The Play and its Contexts Week 2. Arthur Birling: A Practical Man of Business Week 3. Sheila Birling: Blame and Shame Week 4: The Inspector: The Art of Interrogation Week 5: Gerald Croft: Keeping up Appearances Week 6: Sybil Birling: Proud and Prejudiced Week 7: Eric Birling: The Generational Gap Week 8: The End: Social Responsibility and the End of Capitalism In each week’s PowerPoint, you’ll find a series of whiteboard-friendly, well designed, and detailed written questions, discussion questions, and knowledge breakdowns which can span over multiple lessons. Files include the ppt and pdfs (The slides also double as handouts for activities, though some handouts are separate) All images used are either in the public domain, or licensed by CC BY 3.0.
11+ Practice Paper: GL style (multiple choice)
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11+ Practice Paper: GL style (multiple choice)

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This is a 60-question 11+ multiple choice practice paper. The main reading text is Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. This pack includes a printable exam, answer sheet, and quick-mark answer key. On the answer key, the questions are divided into the following areas which can each then receive an individual percentage to assess a student’s individual strengths and weaknesses: reading vocabulary punctuation spelling grammar (verbs/tenses) grammar (modal verbs/phrases) This has been designed with the 11+ in mind, but can be used as a general KS2 exam. While the text used is in the public domain, all other material remains the property of the copyright holder.