Whole lesson on Dickens’ presentation of Nancy in Chapter 16, with Lang Paper 1 Question 4 style evaluative question. Extract included.
Lesson focusing on Act 3 sc 3 of Much Ado About Nothing and an introduction to the comic subplot involving Dogberry and Verges.
Lesson covering Act 4 Sc 2 of Much Ado About Nothing, focusing on the cause and effect of wounded male pride, and what we/Elizabethan audiences perceptions of masculinity are.
2 lessons with model paragraphs on Act 2 scenes 2-3 of Much Ado About Nothing, covering the tricking of Benedick to think Beatrice is in love with him.
5 AQA exam-style questions on Frankenstein in exact layout as will appear in exam paper! Questions are on: Compassion Fear Knowledge Love & companionship Revenge
Two lessons covering the final scene of Much Ado About Nothing Lesson 1- is the ending predictable or unexpected? Lesson 2- To what extent can the ending be perceived as problematic?
Second part of a whole SOW on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing - 12 lessons in total! Includes lessons on Acts 4 and 5, plus extra on genre of comedy, theme of conflict, female characters, Benedick and 2 descriptive writing lessons. All resources provided Some extracts provided, otherwise page numbers from Cambridge SChool Shakespeare Series 2nd Edition of the play. Approx timings for relevant clips of the Kenneth Branagh 1999 film of the play included in notes section of slides.
First part of a whole SOW on Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing - 11 lessons in total! Includes lessons on Acts 1, 2 and 3 and a context lesson All resources provided Some extracts provided, otherwise page numbers from Cambridge SChool Shakespeare Series 2nd Edition of the play. Approx timings for relevant clips of the Kenneth Branagh 1999 film of the play included in notes section of slides.
24 Colourful, bright language techniques posters ready to print and laminate for your classroom. Terms are colour coded: Green = literary technique, Orange = Persuasive technique, Blue = word class List of terminology here: LIT TECHNIQUES: Simile, metaphor, personification, sibilance, sensory language, onomatopoeia, symbolism, alliteration, pathetic fallacy, foreshadowing, juxtaposition, atmosphere PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES: Exaggeration, repetition, facts and statistics, emotive language, power of 3, anecdote, direct address, rhetorical question WORD CLASSES: noun, adjective, verb, adverb
Lesson focusing on the events after the public shaming of Hero at her wedding in Much Ado About Nothing. Looks at the plan Friar Francis sets in motion and Beatrice’s behaviour, asking Benedick to ‘Kill Claudio’
Lesson covering Act 5 sc 2-3 of Much Ado About Nothing, focusing on what predictions can be made about Beatrice and Benedick’s future together from the way they interact tin this scene.