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A range of high-quality, engaging and heavily-differentiated resources catered to secure the learning of all. Easily accessible for all learners with SPLD, dyslexia and a range of barriers to learning. All lessons provide challenge for the most able, whilst additionally providing support, sentences starters and exemplar material for those in need of support.

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A range of high-quality, engaging and heavily-differentiated resources catered to secure the learning of all. Easily accessible for all learners with SPLD, dyslexia and a range of barriers to learning. All lessons provide challenge for the most able, whilst additionally providing support, sentences starters and exemplar material for those in need of support.
Romeo and Juliet Revision: Themes
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Romeo and Juliet Revision: Themes

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Revision including key vocabulary / ambitious key terms. Explores love, fate, age and conflict. Includes key quotations, guided questions to explore with relation to a range of characters and main essay/ topic points that may come up on the exam. Challenge asks students to criticize / play devil’s advocate to statements. My students learned a LOT from these lessons and it enabled them to revise and plan their essay responses.
Romeo and Juliet Revision: Act 4, Scene 1
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Romeo and Juliet Revision: Act 4, Scene 1

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Exploring Paris and Juliet prior to her plan to feign her own death. Juliet and Paris in the tomb. Explores ambitious key terms such as equivocation in a match-up activity. Guided reading with key focus on language analysis and exploring Shakespeare’s methods. Challenges throughout exploring Paris as a symbol of the Patriarchy. For/against discussion of Juliet as a deceitful character Analytical paragraph tracking Juliet’s transformation throughout the play.
Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Scene 5
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Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Scene 5

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This lesson explores the presentation of Juliet in this scene through prompt questions. Additionally, it explores her character and transformation throughout the play. Using visual hexagons, students will explore her throughout the play through a number of ambitious adjectives. Plenary: Students will explore the language transformation from Act 1/2 to Act 5
The Tempest: Act 1, Scene 2 Ariel and Prospero's Relationship
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The Tempest: Act 1, Scene 2 Ariel and Prospero's Relationship

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Hook: Exploring what three wishes students would have if they were given by a fairy. Starter: Re-capping questions verbally/ watching Act1, Scene 3 Development:Comprehension questions/ analysis (challenge) questions on the conversation between Prospero and Ariel Main: Students will analyse Ariel’s language in his fight to freedom and Prospero’s responses-exploring the theme of power Plenary: Students are to write a paragraph exploring why Ariel does/ does not deserve power
Creative/ descriptive Writing: Image Prompt: Structure strips
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Creative/ descriptive Writing: Image Prompt: Structure strips

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An activity focusing on descriptive writing. Used as a whole lesson placemat. Blow up onto A3 paper. Starter: Whole class ambitious adjectives to describe the image. Development: Annotating the WAGOLL (model description paragraph) Main: Using structure strips as a guidance, pupils will create their own descriptions.
Descriptive Writing
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Descriptive Writing

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A nice lesson where pupils will complete a descriptive writing task based on an image. A match-up language technique starter. A WAGOLL. A nice peer-assessment feature.
The Tempest: Act 2, Gonzalo and Colonialism
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The Tempest: Act 2, Gonzalo and Colonialism

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Starter: Exploring rules students would create in school Development: Exploring the theme of colonialism / how the message is conveyed in The Tempest Main: Exploring Gonzalo’s Commonwealth ideas/ creating their own shared set of social ideas Plenary: PEAR paragraph ‘What social message is Shakespeare trying to send through the character of Gonzalo?’
Macbeth Dagger Scene booklet
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Macbeth Dagger Scene booklet

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A booklet/ PowerPoint zooming in on Shakespearean language and asking pupils to complete PEER paragraphs based on comprehension of the scene and Macbeth's madness.
Romeo and Juliet Revision: Themes and Essay Plans
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Romeo and Juliet Revision: Themes and Essay Plans

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An all inclusive lesson (could be turned into 2 hours) with clear thematic essay plans. Students are to complete the ‘analysis’ and relate to context. Starter: Key context and vocabulary Main: Completing/ uplevelling PEARL essay plans Plenary: Answering questions on worksheets
Prince Escalus Speech: How is Conflict presented in the play
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Prince Escalus Speech: How is Conflict presented in the play

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Starter: Exploring social and historical context and analysing Lord Capulet’s reaction to the servants’ brawling in Act 1, Scene 1. Development: Guided annotations (differentiated key questions to analyse the characterisation of Escalus). Main: Essay plan exploring conflict in th play so far Plenary: Exploring the character of Romeo and his Petrarchan ways. Includes sentence starters, model paragraphs. Aimed at Middle-High ability (4-6)