This selection of one off grammar, spelling, punctuation and skills consolidation lessons are designed as revision lessons. The quick fire activities can be timed to give challenge and to give an exciting competitive element to revising basic SPAG skills. Slides can also be printed to use for short homework tasks. Ideal for Key Stage 3.
A series of lesson desiged to aid the teaching of Arthur Miller's 'All My Sons'. Gives basic analysis with a language focus in order to help use the spoken language framework for ELLA 2 part B examination. May also be used as a revision aid for the students.
Developed to teach middle ability students a basic introductory frame of analysis. Easy to adapt for either top or lower ability. Encourages team work and independent learning. Lessons based on 'The Song of the Old Mother' by William Butler Yeats.
AQA Introduction to A’level study of combined English Language and English Literature. This thirty lesson, six-week scheme of learning with 30 powerpoints and resources is designed to help students in a fun way to make a smooth transition between GCSE and A’level. It both builds onto and revises GCSE English literature and language skills, introducing linguistic and literary frames of analysis necessary for the study of the AQA Paris Anthology. Each week introduces a new frame and short exercises using quality extracts which build to the study of a variety of the Paris anthology texts with both the spoken and written modes. A quick cultural capital exercise and quizzes are included in each lesson, further helping disadvantaged students to bridge the gap.
The first two weeks of lessons on Romanticism. Week 1 study Blake, week 2 Wordsworth, week 3, 4 and 5 Coleridge. A work in progress but the lessons have worked really well with top set G&T students.
A variety of revision materials ranging from lessons to quick quizzes and example exam questions. Students could use them to decide on key passages to revise or draw mind maps of points for each question.
Powerpoint on parts of speech, sentence types and punctuation. Can be downloaded for students to use themselves to remind them of the basics as part of their independent learning.
Highlights key passages to analyse - suggested background reading to increase students' general knowledge about critical essays and gives example questions for homework tasks.
Lesson designed for top set groups: differentiated for levels 5 to 6 or C to A students. Guides through inference and deduction as well as selection of relevant quotations.
Links in with the Body Image PSHE unit. Focuses on 'catch up lessons&', DIRT and writing to advise.
A detailed lesson (or series of lessons depending on time restraints), where students explore a series of important extracts focusing on St John, Hannah and the rest of the Rivers family. Suggests background reading and possible examination questions for both section A and B.
A lesson focusing on the resolution of the novel. Suggested reading for background and discussion points.
Lessons on the two poems guiding students through - activities included.
Weekly lessons including a market place activity for students to learn reading and writing skills for non-fiction texts. Links in with PSHE covering body image. Works really well with top set year 9 students or even year 10 students who need to learn non-fiction analysis ready for their language exam.
A variety of powerpoint lessons to review, revise and develop understanding of basic grammar, spelling and punctuation. Includes whole powerpoint lessons on parts of speech, different types of punctuation such as the apostrophe, suffixes, prefixes, homophones, antonyms and synonyms as well as literary devices such as the use of metaphor. Great as fill-in lessons or just lock down revision.