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Welcome to my shop! I create materials for KS3,4 and 5 English Literature and Language. These resources are designed to form the basis for interactive classwork and learning, with a style that is designed to appeal to teenagers. I love making materials to support my teaching and am pleased to be able to share them with you! I am constantly tweaking resources to make them better, so your commetns would be welcomed!

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Welcome to my shop! I create materials for KS3,4 and 5 English Literature and Language. These resources are designed to form the basis for interactive classwork and learning, with a style that is designed to appeal to teenagers. I love making materials to support my teaching and am pleased to be able to share them with you! I am constantly tweaking resources to make them better, so your commetns would be welcomed!
PEE paragraphs Wonder
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PEE paragraphs Wonder

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This is a resource for teachers of KS3 who need a bit of extra help getting pupils to write PEE paragraphs at this level. It deals with the elements of a good PEE paragraph, breaking down what a point is, looking at how to select appropriate evidence and finally how to explore and analyse the quote in detail. It is based on the novel Wonder by RJ Palacio, but could be adapted to suit another text as necessary. I have used this format with my KS3 classes and the results have been fantastic!
The Fall of the House of Usher worksheet
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The Fall of the House of Usher worksheet

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This 1 hour worksheet helps guide pupils through a reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher in preparation for GCSE questions. It focuses on setting and gothic conventions in particular. This resource can be used as a class activity, to support understanding of the text or as homework. It includes suggested answers for the teacher which can be shared as part of the feedback.
Americanah for A Level
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Americanah for A Level

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This resource is designed for students preparing Americanah as a text for A Level. The material focuses largely on the first half of the story and provides up to 10 hours of lessons and discusssion (27 slides). It is designed to cover various discussions around themes of race, identity, and the concept of hair. It also provides links to other resources that can help towards AO5 part of the assessment. A number of essay titles are planned and developed to help critical thinking. The resource includes an example essay that could be used as a class marking activity. The chapter summary grid should be used at home while pupils read the novel so that they have an easy reference to the different sections.
Twelfth Night for AS and A Level
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Twelfth Night for AS and A Level

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Powerpoint x 20 hours. Explores Twelfth Night looking at various aspects which coincide with the AS Level Scheme of Work: Context and interpretations; Language and conventions; Characterisation; Essay writing skills (which includes a recap on PEE paragraphs): and Form and Structure. It provides support for the entire work and covers about 20 or so hours of lessons, depending on how long you dedicate to discussions.
Philadelphia, Here I Come for AS Level, with lesson plan
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Philadelphia, Here I Come for AS Level, with lesson plan

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A resource designed to teach the entirety of the AS Level for the Cambridge AS level exam (paper 4) drama text, Philadelphia, Here I Come! The resource lasts 10 hours in total, not including homework tasks. It includes context, themes, structure and characterisation as well as a bridge into different interpretations in preparation for AO5 A Level analysis. It could also assist with study for this text at GCSE as it covers all the main elements for approaching and analysing the play. It comes with lesson plans/teacher notes to support, a worksheet for homework. Please do leave a review so that I can continue to improve my products.
Response writing for iGCSE
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Response writing for iGCSE

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This lesson, based on an article by Peter Bradshaw which reviews the film 127 is designed as a way to engage pupils with the Response Writing task for the Extended paper at IGCSE, but could also be used for directed writing. The lesson deliverable is a Newspaper report based on the contents of the article.
Punctuating dialogue
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Punctuating dialogue

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This resource is to help teach pupils correct punctuation rules for punctuating dialogue correctly. It includes a short activity at the end which is based on the book Wonder by RJ Palacio. It can be adapted to any class reader.
Cambridge IGCSE Summary writing (Papers 1 and 2)
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Cambridge IGCSE Summary writing (Papers 1 and 2)

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A 3 hours, differentiated lesson. Contains an interactive information exchange activity, the purpose of which helps to highlight to pupils the importance of efficient and clear summary points. Tried and tested with great success - I can confirm that pupils were really motivated by this and I have never seem them so eager to write a summary before! I recommend preparing a prize for the winning team as this helps spur them on even more. This lesson plan could also be used as a basis for a PSHE class on healthy lifestyle as it deals with the need to get a good night’s sleep, the impact of not sleeping and how best to ensure the sleep we get is restful.
The Happy Prince Analysis for AS/A Level
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The Happy Prince Analysis for AS/A Level

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This worksheet explores the allegorical aspects of this story by Oscar Wilde for more advanced readers. It can be used in preparation for an essay question on the writer’s use of overt symbols in the story. Includes teachers notes with suggested answers.
Essay Planning Lady Macbeth's Guilt
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Essay Planning Lady Macbeth's Guilt

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This resource would be suitable for one or two hours of lesson time (or alternatively, the essay writing task could be given as a homework activity). It breaks down the aspects of essay writing, through identifying key terms in the essay title, brainstorming ideas using technical terms and helping pupils draft analytical points, supported by evidence. The final activity is a peer assessment task so pupils can explore what was successful in their partner’s work.
Philadelphia, Here I Come! AS Level essay planning
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Philadelphia, Here I Come! AS Level essay planning

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A worksheet designed to explore the role of the character of Aunt Lizzy and prepare pupils for an essay style question at AS Level. If you like this resource, please visit my shop for a full unit of work on the play, together with other resources on other texts at KS3-5.
Whatsapparitions - Macbeth empathy activity
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Whatsapparitions - Macbeth empathy activity

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This fun activity is designed to help pupils imagine Macbeth’s response to the witches prophetic apparitions when he returns to see them in Act 4, scene 1. The worksheet asks them to summarize what Macbeth sees then write Macbeth’s Whatsapp message to Lady Macbeth, telling her what he’s seen.
PEE paragraphs - A View from the Bridge
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PEE paragraphs - A View from the Bridge

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This resource is designed to help students create insightful and analytical PEE (or APE) paragraphs in preparation for writing either a passage based or essay style question at GCSE. It can easily be adapted to suit another text besides A View from the Bridge
The Bath (Janet Frame) worksheet
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The Bath (Janet Frame) worksheet

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This 1 hour worksheet helps guide pupils through a reading of Janet Frame’s The Bath in preparation for GCSE questions. It focuses on setting and themes in particular. This resource can be used as a class activity, to support understanding of the text or as homework.
Who said it? Twelfth Night
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Who said it? Twelfth Night

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This revision worksheet is designed to help pupils identify useful quotes and analyse, explain and explore these. It helps develop essay writing skills and the construction of analytical PEE paragraphs. Once they’ve identified who has said the quote and where it features in the play, they have to comment on context, characters and themes. The teachers notes cover detailed suggested responses.
Fatberg! Directed writing for IGCSE (Cambridge)
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Fatberg! Directed writing for IGCSE (Cambridge)

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This 1h30 minute lesson can be used to introduce or revise AO2 Writing & persuasive techniques for directed writing at IGCSE for the paper 3 (writing) paper for Cambridge. A great subject for getting pupils engaged but you’ll need a strong stomach! It looks at a recent news article regarding the Fatberg in London. It could equally be used to explore important themes about the negative impacts of modern society in a PSHE lesson. A full set of teacher notes is included, as well as answers.
Poetry Cambridge AS - Songs of Ourselves Vol 2
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Poetry Cambridge AS - Songs of Ourselves Vol 2

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A resource designed to teach the entirety of the AS Level for the Cambridge AS level exam (paper 3) Songs of Ourselves Volume 2 Anthology. Could be adapted to suit other poetry modules at this level. It could also assist with poetry at GCSE as it covers all the main elements for approaching and analysing poetry. It includes example response essays that can be used as a demonstration for teaching. Please do leave a review so that I can continue to improve my products.
Shakespeare's Richard II for A Level
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Shakespeare's Richard II for A Level

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This Powerpoint presentation offers a plot summary, historical background/context, a discussion of key themes and symbols, some alternative interpretations (as per assessment objective 5) - including a discussion of the play’s tragic elements, comparisons of the characters of Richard and Henry Bullingbrook, a consideration of the use of verse, and scene by scene questions.
Essay planning for assessed writing - Macbeth
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Essay planning for assessed writing - Macbeth

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This lesson plan uses a mix of scaffolding and SOLO taxonomy methods to support an essay on Macbeth. It starts with the wider question then works back to help pupils identify how best to approach the question, ensuring points are tightly linked to the question and avoiding repetitive structures. I have used with both my year 10 and 11 classes with great success! Please do feedback - your comments are much appreciated!