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Jessica Elizabeth

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Currently teaching English to 11-16 year olds at an outstanding school. All resources are created to the highest standard, with an easy to follow, colourful, engaging powerpoint.

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Currently teaching English to 11-16 year olds at an outstanding school. All resources are created to the highest standard, with an easy to follow, colourful, engaging powerpoint.
Refugees Poem - Analysis
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Refugees Poem - Analysis

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Two lessons. First lesson focuses on understanding the poem and the students asking their own questions about the poem to which their partner can answer. Second lesson is differentiated and has 3 different tasks, catering to different abilities within the class.
Simon Lord of the Flies Revision
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Simon Lord of the Flies Revision

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Perfect for KS4 Eduqas/WJEC. A lesson which focuses on tracking Simon as a character from Chapter 1 to his death in Chapter 9. All key quotations/key moments etc included on the table. Can easily be adapted to help a higher ability set as well.
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Enchanted Forest Description
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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Enchanted Forest Description

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A descriptive writing lesson loosely based on Hermia running away into the forest. The lesson has been split into two and centers on them improving their writing skills through peer-assessment and self-assessment. Can be adapted and used solely as a descriptive writing lesson.
Oscar Wilde Famous Sayings and Context
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Oscar Wilde Famous Sayings and Context

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A lesson focusing on what Oscar Wilde was like as a person. Pupils look at famous saying and epigrams and figure out what they mean, as well as what they reveal about Oscar Wilde himself. Worksheet included. Ideal for both KS3 and KS4 as a way into to studying any of Oscar Wilde’s work.
Friar Lawrence Key Quotations and Moments
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Friar Lawrence Key Quotations and Moments

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A revision lesson ideal for Year 10 or 11 pupils. A range of key scenes that the Friar is included in, alongside a range of quotations to go with this. It is all in chronological order as well. Pupils are tasked with analysing the Friar Lawrence as a character, based on the scenes and quotations provided.
A Christmas Carol - Ghost of Yet to Come
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A Christmas Carol - Ghost of Yet to Come

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An interesting lesson which generated great discussions for the starter task. Main task includes reading the extract then speed dating comprehension questions before feeding back as a class. Deeper analysis and exploration of how this ghost differs to the rest.
Fiction Writing - Unreliable Narrators
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Fiction Writing - Unreliable Narrators

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A lesson which worked extremely well with a high ability year 9 class, who were focusing on the fiction section of the Eduqas exam. Can be easily adapted to suit different abilities. The lesson focuses on the pupils understanding the term 'unreliable narrator' and then reading key extracts taken from 'The Girl on the Train', 'The Yellow Wallpaper' and 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time'. The pupils had to choose which extract they wanted to read and identify in what way the narrator was unreliable. Great discussion came from this. They then had to imagine they were watching the unreliable narrator and create a descriptive writing piece focused on this. Examples included in the PowerPoint. My pupils ended up asking me if they could have copies of the books as they wanted to read more!
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Oberon and Titania Argue
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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Oberon and Titania Argue

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A lesson centered on the argument between Titania and Oberon arguing over the changeling boy. Speed dating comprehension task for understanding, which include example responses my students came up with. Exam style question included as well for them to complete.
Nancy in Oliver Twist
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Nancy in Oliver Twist

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A lesson great for KS3 & KS4 pupils. The lesson focuses on three small extracts about Nancy: Where she dresses up as a respectable lady to try to take Oliver from the jail Where Fagin convinces Nancy and Bill to go kidnap Oliver from Mr.Brownlow Where Nancy tries to stop Fagin from beating Oliver up The pupils are encouraged to focus on what each mini-extract reveals about Nancy, through also using quotations and analysis. The end of the lesson they are encouraged to debate why Nancy makes the decisions that she does, and whether she is a good or bad character and why.
Lesson 1 - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Plot Summary
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Lesson 1 - A Midsummer Night's Dream - Plot Summary

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A plot summary lesson which uses a range of skills: Numeracy starter Inference and deduction based on the image shown on the ppt i.e what will the play be about judging by the image? Listening skills, as well as taking notes at the same time. Plot summary sheet provided as well.
A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Mechanicals
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A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Mechanicals

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A lesson which focuses on the difficult concept of a 'Play within a Play' and how the Mechanicals aren't the best actors etc. Lesson caters to both analysis and creativity and could go into two lessons if you want it to.
Ozymandias Poem
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Ozymandias Poem

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A range of questions to support the teaching of Ozymandias to KS4 classes. Context and starter activity also included.
War of the Worlds -Context Lesson
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War of the Worlds -Context Lesson

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An introduction lesson to War of the Worlds. Great for both KS3 and KS4 as you can adapt the lesson to fit the needs of your pupils. The lesson focuses on the pupils making predictions based around certain images included on the powerpoint. These images link to the radio broadcast of War of the Worlds. Pupils then listen to the radio broadcast to see for themselves and answer some empathic questions based around the broadcast.
A Midsummer Night's Dream - Love Potion
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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Love Potion

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Two lessons. First lesson centres on the pupils understanding the love potions importance and then creating their own. Second lesson focuses on them persuading people to buy their love potion. Written example and worksheets included. Great for KS3 and can be altered to suit both lower and higher ability.
Violence in Macbeth - Section B WJEC
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Violence in Macbeth - Section B WJEC

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Aimed for WJEC/EDUQAS GCSE Lesson looks at how to write a successful Section B response to the question “How is violence presented at various moments in the play Macbeth”. Plan included which covers beginning to end of Macbeth, example introduction and example paragraph. All very well structured to help pupils with their writing.
Chapter 10 - Oliver Twist - Robbing the Old Gentleman
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Chapter 10 - Oliver Twist - Robbing the Old Gentleman

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This lesson involves the pupils using their inference and deduction skills based on Chapter 10 of Oliver Twist. Instead of reading it, they will be given a list of statements from particular characters to figure out what exactly happened and who they think robbed the Old Gentleman. Worked very well with a middle ability year 8 class and they loved using their prior knowledge of the characters to help them figure out the investigation.
Descriptive Writing - Pirate Themed
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Descriptive Writing - Pirate Themed

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An engaging, fun and creative lesson for year 7 but can be easily adapted for all ages. Pirate map, pirate music, drawing, sharing, peer and self-assessing all within the PowerPoint.
A Christmas Carol - Quest For Quotations Revision
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A Christmas Carol - Quest For Quotations Revision

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A handy, colourful booklet created to ensure pupils have something easy to revise from. They were asked to find key quotations for character/theme. Can be done each lesson whilst studying the novel or be given to them to do independently.