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Weekly planned units for various year groups.
Anne Frank - 9 Week Plan
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Anne Frank - 9 Week Plan

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A comprehensive whole unit of work for Anne Frank’s diary with start resources. Specific diary entries and extended analysis questions included for the variety of lesson activities included. Each weekly plan can be split into two weeks depending on the level of the students. Ideal for Year 9 classes and included 2014 British National Curriculum codes, however, alternative curriculum objectives can be added to the first column. Differentiation column is available to include the needs of individual students for the entire week, or just a particular activity.
Sylvia Plath - 4 Week Plan
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Sylvia Plath - 4 Week Plan

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A detailed four week plan of Sylvia Plath’s poetry for extended Year 9 or IGCSE/GCSE classes. Relevant questions and activities available for each selected poem. 2014 British National Curriculum codes are added in the first column but alternative curriculum objectives can be alternatively added. Differentiation column included which can link to weekly differentiated objectives, or for individual activities.
Twelfth Night - 6 Week Plan
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Twelfth Night - 6 Week Plan

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A detailed extended plan of Twelfth Night, ideally covering 6 weeks of work but depending on differentiation, 8 weeks is also suitable. Great theories of comedy at the start of the unit, linking to The Office (American) t.v show. 2014 British National Curriculum codes included, but CIE or other curriculum objectives can be substituted instead. Resources for the first week also included, as well as particular lines of analysis within each plan.
Gothic Fiction - Edgar Allan Poe & Bram Stoker: 5 Week Plan
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Gothic Fiction - Edgar Allan Poe & Bram Stoker: 5 Week Plan

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A five week plan (possibly 7 depending on differentiation and year group) for The Tell Tale Heart, The Pit and the Pendulum and Dracula’s Guest - PDFs of the texts can be found on Google. Different aspects of Gothic Fiction and elements of creative writing is included in the activities, as well as British National Curriculum 2014 codes, but alternative curriculum objectives can be substituted instead.