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Miss Howell

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.
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.
An Inspector Calls: Gender: Sheila and Gerald's Relationship
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An Inspector Calls: Gender: Sheila and Gerald's Relationship

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A lesson rich with context of gender inequality during the early 20th century. Features an engaging opinions/ evaluative starter, an annotated extract with guided questions and a template to 'explode' quotes to explore Sheila as a symbol for the 'new woman' in 1912 Britain. Plenary features a self-assessment checklist determining whether pupils quote explosions are a grade 5/ 6. All lessons of high quality, rich with ideas, differentiation, support and sufficient challenge. Needs of all pupils catered for.
An Inspector Calls: Inspector Goole and Authority (PETER paragraphs)
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An Inspector Calls: Inspector Goole and Authority (PETER paragraphs)

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A lesson looking at the right to vote in 19th-20th Century Britain and the power boundaries between the Birlings and Inspector Goole in Act One. Starter: Pupils will look at some descriptions of Inspector Goole, drawing him and labeling him with some ambitious adjectives. Main: Pupils will be introduced to some key contextual information, will analyse an extract with guided questions. Will be introduced to P.E.T.E.R paragraphs and the relevant GCSE assessment objectives. Will write up their own PETER paragraph exploring how Inspector Goole is presented as an authoritative figure. Plenary: A nice speech bubble activity on Sheila Birling focusing on youth and her reaction to Eva Smith's death (leading on nicely to ACT 2!)
An Inspector Calls: Inspector Goole and social responsibility
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An Inspector Calls: Inspector Goole and social responsibility

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A lesson focussing on key quotations for exploring Inspector Goole. Pupils are to delve deeper into the question 'Who is Inspector Goole?' A think/pair/share starter exercise. A point/ evidence matching exercise A quote explosion exercise with a high-level WAGOLL. Focus on AO1/ AO2/ AO3.
An Inspector Calls: Mrs Birling
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An Inspector Calls: Mrs Birling

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An engaging lesson focusing on Priestley's attitudes and Mrs Birling's hypocrisy at the end of Act Two. Engagement Task: J.W Priestley Facebook profile activity Development: Brain Dump regarding Mrs Birling Main: Mrs Birling quotes with guided questions
Introduction to Shakespeare
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Introduction to Shakespeare

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An information hunt lesson featuring: A Shakespeare or Fakespeare insult starter. 6 informative information sheets. One worksheet to collect information. A Shakespeare quiz plenary. Features his life, career, education, family & children and death.
Romeo and Juliet: Lord Capulet
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Romeo and Juliet: Lord Capulet

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An engaging lesson focussing on the presentation of Lord Capulet. Includes an extract with key quotes. Pupils are asked to look at the presentation of Lord Capulet using visual hexagons and turn their responses into a PEER paragraph. A nice way of introducing context to KS3 or LA KS4.
An Inspector Calls: Dramatic Irony
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An Inspector Calls: Dramatic Irony

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A lesson exploring Priestley's use of dramatic irony in the beginning Act of the play. Starter: Match-up activity of subject specific terminology Development: Pupils will read from pages 3-10 of An Inspector Calls. Main: Pupils will analyse a single extract and answer questions in PEER paragraphs. Support in the form of W.A.G.O.L.L/ challenge cards for HA.