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A shop offering resources that are mainly relevant to AQA Literature and Langauge.

A shop offering resources that are mainly relevant to AQA Literature and Langauge.
An Inspector Calls: Context Quiz
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An Inspector Calls: Context Quiz

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A quiz designed to help students recap and revise some of the key contextual information connecting to An Inspector Calls. The quiz helps revise key dates and key themes. This could be used as revision homework or as a lesson starter. Successfully used with a low ability year 11 group.
An Inspector Calls. Inspector Goole Model Response.
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An Inspector Calls. Inspector Goole Model Response.

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A lower level model response designed to showcase how to approach and answer a GCSE literature question focusing on the character of The Inspector in An Inspector Calls. The essay comments on the Priestley’s viewpoints, character interactions and contextual connections. This could be used as an example essay for students to use as a jumping point or as class resource to review and edit.
GCSE Poetry Comparison:  Poppies and Remains
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GCSE Poetry Comparison: Poppies and Remains

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This lesson is designed to compare the poems Poppies by Jane Weir and Remains by Simon Armitage both taken from the Power and Conflict section of the GCSE Literature spec. It is differentiated for lower ability and focus on two key quotes from both poems. This could be teacher led or done independently .
AQA An Inspector Calls Quote Revision
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AQA An Inspector Calls Quote Revision

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A simple resource made to provide some key quotes for each character in the AQA literature text: J. B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. Three quotes are provided for each character including; Inspector Goole, Mr Birling, Mrs Birling, Sheila Birling, Eric Birling and Gerald Croft. Resource could be set as homework or included in a lesson.
Description Basics: SPAG.
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Description Basics: SPAG.

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A simplistic lesson that focuses on improving basic spelling, punctuation and grammar in description.The main focus is fixing SPAG in a poorly modeled description and then continuing and improving the same paragraph. Suitable for KS3 and lower ability KS4. Successfully delivered to lower ability Y10.
AQA An Inspector Calls: Plot and Character Revision
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AQA An Inspector Calls: Plot and Character Revision

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A lesson and resources designed to recap and examine key plot, context and character elements from the AQA Literature text An Inspector Calls. The resources attached are simple enough to completed independently or can be teacher led. The lesson was designed and successfully taught to lower ability Y11.
AQA Literature An Inspector Calls: Eva Smith
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AQA Literature An Inspector Calls: Eva Smith

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A lesson designed to examine the character of Eva Smith from J.B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls, a text on the AQA literature paper 1. The lesson has all resources attached including in the model paragraph discussing how Eva Smith is presented throughout the novel. The lesson was successfully delivered to mixed ability KS4.
GCSE Literature: Macbeth Character Revision
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GCSE Literature: Macbeth Character Revision

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A lesson focusing on the character of Macbeth and his role as a tragic hero in the GCSE literature text Macbeth. This lesson focuses on two quotations; one from act 1 and one from act 5 designed to show the change the character throughout. Aimed at and successfully taught to low ability year 11.
AQA Power and Conflict Poetry Comparison
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AQA Power and Conflict Poetry Comparison

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A simple resource designed to encourage students to highlight similarities and difference between key poems from the AQA Power and Conflict poetry cluster. This resource could be included in a lesson but was set as homework for a mixed ability Y11.
GCSE Unseen Poetry Analysis: Dulce Et Decorum Est
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GCSE Unseen Poetry Analysis: Dulce Et Decorum Est

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An unseen poetry revision lesson based on Wilfred Owen’s poem Dulce Et Decorum Est. The lesson focuses on the skills needed to analyse and create a response based on an unseen poem. This lesson is aimed at and successfully taught to low ability Y11 and is useful for attempting the Unseen Poetry question on AQA GCSE Literature Paper 2.
An Inspector Calls: Gerald Croft Example Essay.
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An Inspector Calls: Gerald Croft Example Essay.

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A lower level model response designed to showcase how to approach and answer a GCSE literature question focusing on the character of Gerald Croft and the theme of responsibility in An Inspector Calls. The essay comments on the Priestley’s viewpoints, character interactions and contextual connections. This could be used as an example essay for students to use as a jumping point or as class resource to review and edit.
AQA Literature: Poetry Comparison (Power and Conflict)
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AQA Literature: Poetry Comparison (Power and Conflict)

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A poetry comparison worksheet focusing on comparing the effects of power in the two poems; Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley and My Last Duchess by Robert Browning. Both poems are featured in the AQA Literature Power and Conflict poetry cluster from Literature Paper 2. This resource is created for mixed ability Y11.
An Inspector Calls: Opening Comprehension Questions
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An Inspector Calls: Opening Comprehension Questions

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A collection of comprehension questions relating to the opening of J.B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. The worksheet contains questions with a range of difficulties including a point, evidence, analysis question that could be turned into an extended response. Simple and effective worksheet that is easy to use alongside the opening few pages of Act One.
An Inspector Calls:Act Two Comprehension Questions
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An Inspector Calls:Act Two Comprehension Questions

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A collection of comprehension questions relating to the opening of J.B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. The worksheet contains questions with a range of difficulties including a point, evidence, analysis question that could be turned into an extended response. Simple and effective worksheet that is easy to use alongside the opening few pages of Act Two.
GCSE Literature: Guilt in Macbeth
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GCSE Literature: Guilt in Macbeth

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This lesson focuses on highlighting the guilt presented by Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in the GCSE literature text: Macbeth. The lesson focuses on two quotes taken from alternative scenes that showcase Macbeth’s guilt and two quotes from alternative scenes that focus on changes in Lady Macbeth. Aimed at and successfully taught to low ability Y11.
GCSE Poetry Comparison: Effect of Conflict.
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GCSE Poetry Comparison: Effect of Conflict.

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A resource comparing the effect of Conflict in the poems; War Photographer by Carol Anne Duffy and Remains by Simon Armitage both taken from the AQA Power and Conflict cluster of poetry. Aimed at and used successfully with low ability Y11. Resource could be teacher led or given as an independent revision resource.
GCSE Poetry Comparison: Power of Nature.
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GCSE Poetry Comparison: Power of Nature.

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A resource comparing the power of nature in the poems; Exposure and Storm On The Island both taken from the AQA Power and Conflict cluster of poetry. Aimed at and used successfully with low ability Y11. Resource could be teacher led or given as an independent revision resource.
Introduction To Speech Writing
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Introduction To Speech Writing

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A lesson examining and analysing a brief speech by Muhammed Ali. All resources required are attached in order to make it accessible for any member of staff to teach. The skills and activities included where designed and successfully taught to KS3 but could easily be differentiated to be delivered for AQA English Language P2 Q5: writing a non-fiction piece. The lesson is straight forward and focuses on identifying techniques used in a short Muhammed Ali speech.
Introduction to British Politics (KS3)
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Introduction to British Politics (KS3)

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A lesson designed to introduce a KS3 class to the world of British Politics. This lesson would eventually feed into a SOW in which students create their own political party. The lesson could also be used for PSCHE/PSCE or life skills. A range of implicit and explicit extraction tasks are included and all are focused on AO1. This lesson was successfully delivered to a middle ability Y8.