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Welcome to my shop! I hope you will find a resource to suit your needs. I aim to provide with a wide range of resources from English, Pastoral, and even some Art & History! Happy browsing :).

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Welcome to my shop! I hope you will find a resource to suit your needs. I aim to provide with a wide range of resources from English, Pastoral, and even some Art & History! Happy browsing :).
English Language Low Ability/ EAL Booklet
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English Language Low Ability/ EAL Booklet

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The booklet features practice in the following areas: Parts of speech (Word Classes) Spelling Vocabulary Punctuation Paragraphing/ Grammar Synonyms and Antonyms Comprehension Descriptive writing Language devices Non-fiction writing Skimming and Scanning Inferencing
Creative Writing Planning Sheets/ Descriptive Writing
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Creative Writing Planning Sheets/ Descriptive Writing

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Mini Creative Writing pack features: 16 Planning sheets for descriptive writing Great practice leading up to language paper 1, section B (AQA SPEC) OR can work as lead up/ introduction in KS3 to descriptive writing Varying abilities for High/Middle/ Low ability students Planning sheets have one or two images, prompts and guidance relating to punctuation, language devices, a success critera (AQA SPEC), word bank, vocabulary box, sentence and structuring as well as TOP TIP reminders Some of the categories/ themes of the images students will write descriptions from include: Seasons, Films, Landscapes A student friendly success criteria for marking their final draft of writing ALSO including a BONUS file with examples of successful descriptive writing excerpts that can be used in conjunction with the planning sheets or just used in class for other activities
Witches in Macbeth
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Witches in Macbeth

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Exploring the context of Macbeth- the Witches Four activities allowing students to use contextual knowledge collated from the archives of the British Library to come up with ideas and form interpretations of the role of the witches in Macbeth.
*LANGUAGE DEVICES DEFINITIONS+ EFFECTS*
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*LANGUAGE DEVICES DEFINITIONS+ EFFECTS*

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A resource sheet that can be used as revision for students that are visual learners (or low ability). The revision guide can also be used to help students recall and recap language devices as well as the effect of the devices. I am doing the GCSE AQA spec for english with my learners and find that this has helped me in guiding low abilities to comment on the English Language Paper 1 Q2. Can be used with KS3 too. Hope it helps :)
Narrative writing activities
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Narrative writing activities

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Narrative writing bundle, perfect for the creative writing section of AQA exam. Features lessons with prompts on how to create a successful narrative piece with: Success criteria Writing frame for story writing Worksheets
Macbeth GCSE Low ability bundle
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Macbeth GCSE Low ability bundle

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Low ability bundle featuring revision lessons for students before exams to revise for characters, themes and context. coloured, features timers and interactive activities.
Macbeth- Context
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Macbeth- Context

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Exploring the context of Macbeth Using resources from the British Library relating to the context of Macbeth, I have created a lesson that focuses on the role of King James and his kingship in Macbeth. The lesson features four activities that link to the context of Macbeth, allows students autonomy to learn using the resources and features timers to keep it paced.
KS3/ Low Ability Inference and Creative Writing Booklet
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KS3/ Low Ability Inference and Creative Writing Booklet

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Short Booklet features: 2 Pages of Comprehension practice 2 Pages of Inference practice+ combined with short activities to identify language devices Language based questions 1 Summary based question A teachers copy of the booklet with answers 3 pages of creative writing practice: students can use prompts and guide boxes on the page to help them make notes/ plan their creative writing for images given (Descriptive Writing)
Evaluating the character of Lady Macbeth
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Evaluating the character of Lady Macbeth

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Exploring the context of Macbeth- LM Four activities combined with contextual knowledge to get students to re-evaluate how Lady Macbeth could be seen. Allows them to form their own interpretations and build on ideas autonomously.
Language paper 1 Section AQA NEW SPEC
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Language paper 1 Section AQA NEW SPEC

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Lessons feature questions 1, 2, 3,4 and 5 practice (English AQA paper, 2017 spec) using extracts from the following novels: The life of Pi The Great Gatsby Anna Karenina Frankenstein Great Expectations The Handmaid’s tale The kite runner The Reluctant fundamentalist Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone The monkey’s paw
AQA Language paper One, Question 5. Descriptive writing
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AQA Language paper One, Question 5. Descriptive writing

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A resource to help students exchange over-used words for better vocabulary in the writing side of the paper. Includes: words that students tend to commonly use, with alternative vocabulary to exchange Alternative words for colours Words for describing the senses for imagery building in writing.
Inference and Deduction
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Inference and Deduction

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A lesson using extract from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone Features: AQA Language P1 style questions Inference and deduction- practice Timed activities Model answer Extension activity: descriptive writing
Language Paper 1 AQA Practice
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Language Paper 1 AQA Practice

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Lesson uses an extract from Life of Pi novel for students to practice LP1 questions Features: Q1 Comprehension question Q2 Language ananlysis and inference Q3 Structure question Creative writing task using video aids Success criteria for self-assessment Extension task
AQA ENGLISH LANG, PAPER 2: WRITING TO PERSUADE KS4 (Letter writing)
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AQA ENGLISH LANG, PAPER 2: WRITING TO PERSUADE KS4 (Letter writing)

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AQA ENGLISH LANG, PAPER 2: WRITING TO PERSUADE KS4 (Letter writing), SECTION B The lesson features a starter, activities, and ways to get students active in writing persuasively. Includes: Presentation Activities Plenary Homework Mark Scheme AO5/AO6 Writing to argue/persuade poster AQA guidance for this section of the exam An annotated version of a letter for the teacher A differentiated activity (homework letter)
Narrative Writing Resource Sheets
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Narrative Writing Resource Sheets

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Great set of prompts for Narrative Writing Features: Adjectives to describe voices/ sounds Alternative words and phrases for colours (colour imagery) Alternative vocabulary bank for textures in alphabetical order Most used words and their replacement synonyms for better vocabulary Alternatives for ‘said’ Colour imagery sheets, with visual examples Exciting adjectives Sensory words for all five senses Vocabulary of emotions WOW words for settings, characters and feelings
Art SOW KS3 Yr 8
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Art SOW KS3 Yr 8

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KS3 SOW for Art. Features FBV, Suggested activities, and goes into SMCS through the creative arts. Hope it helps!
AO6 traffic light target sheet ENGLISH
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AO6 traffic light target sheet ENGLISH

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AO6 traffic light target sheet for students studying English Language Paper 1, section B (AQA). Broken down into four levels, the aim is for students to identify where they are working on and where they could get to.