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A few little bits and bobs that I have found to be useful so far - slowly adding to this!

A few little bits and bobs that I have found to be useful so far - slowly adding to this!
EAL Creative Writing Learning Pack
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EAL Creative Writing Learning Pack

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This resource was made with the introduction of a lockdown and primarily focusses on targetting students with English as an Additional Language or low ability in Key Stage Three. The pack studies word classes and different types of words in the English language that could be useful to speakers with a differing native tongue.
Romeo and Juliet Knowledge Organiser
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Romeo and Juliet Knowledge Organiser

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This activity sheet is specifically examining Act 2, Scene 2 (the balcony scene) from Romeo and Juliet in further detail. It aims to explore the social and historical contexts surrounding the play, attitudes and expectations. Students must then use all this knowledge to answer the key question at the bottom of the sheet.
Classroom Checklist
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Classroom Checklist

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Simple checklist made for LA/SEND students who need to actively engage in their progress made by a visual means.
Macbeth Dual Coded Revision
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Macbeth Dual Coded Revision

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Here are two hand outs that I give my students to revise Macbeth. They are plain in nature so that students can annotate around them and explore different ideas attached to the themes and quotations. Ideal for Key Stage Four students and those that are self-efficient.
No Limits Checklist
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No Limits Checklist

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This has been designed for lower ability classes and students who have additional needs to understand the expectations within a classroom setting. The statements explain what students should be aiming for and these are dual coded to stop any issues with accessibility. Ideally, these should be printed off and laminated to use for each lesson and students tick with a white board pen. Suited for both Key Stage Three and Four classes - with also the addition for Key Stage Two.
Protest Poetry lessons
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Protest Poetry lessons

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The following is a days worth of lessons, or can be spread across the week. It shares the routes of protest poetry, looking at different forms and aspects. The week then leads onto the students creating their own poetry and displaying this.
Macbeth Brain Dump Resource
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Macbeth Brain Dump Resource

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The following resource allows students to explore in further detail the characters Macbeth, the Witches, Lady Macbeth and King Duncan. This would be an excellent resource to use before King Duncan is slain or straight afterwards. Can be used for high ability Key Stage Three and immediately for all ability types in Key Stage Four.
Writers Purpose English Literature
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Writers Purpose English Literature

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This resource is targetted to enable students to directly focus on a writers purpose for the text. There are three examples: the first being a blank copy to use for any text, the second is an example made for A Christmas Carol and the last is a match up for students based on A Christmas Carol.
Terminology Handbook
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Terminology Handbook

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This resource can be used amongst all age ranges and abilities. However, I tend to share this with Key Stage Four classes as a revision resource throughout their two years of studying for exams. The resource shares different literary techniques, the definition of the term and a blank space for students to create their own example.
Emoticon Cards
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Emoticon Cards

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This cards are aimed to be printed off and laminated for students to use who struggle explaining/showing their emotions to other students and members of teaching staff. I highly recommend these to students who may have a Special Educational Need that could benefit from these.
Gerald's character
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Gerald's character

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This is a short lesson, intended for discussion, to elevate students’ knowledge of Gerald’s character.