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Power and Conflict Poetry AQA: analysis worksheets
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Power and Conflict Poetry AQA: analysis worksheets

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A collection of worksheets and resources allowing students to independently analyse and revise poems for AQA GCSE English Literature. Promotes independent, original responses, analysis and identification of language features and encourages students to consider their effect. Includes visuals matched to quotations in order to aid retention of texts and promote conversation about the key themes Includes poems from the Power and Conflict anthology as well as resources that can be used for unseen.
An Inspector Calls: Character of Eva Smith
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An Inspector Calls: Character of Eva Smith

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Perfect for a detailed look at the character and symbolism of Eva Smith. Includes exam style questions, complex ideas about symbolism and work sheets to help memorise quotations about this pivitol character. Perfect for KS4 once they have read the whole plot.
Macbeth: Theme of Guilt
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Macbeth: Theme of Guilt

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This information heavy lesson is ideal for KS4 who have an understanding of the play as a whole. It looks at why characters feel guilt and Shakespeare’s purpose behind this and includes extended writing tasks so students can develop these skills Fits with Assessment Objectives for the AQA specification but can easily be adapted to fit other specs.
KS3 Close Reading Booklet
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KS3 Close Reading Booklet

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A booklet encouraging students to engage with some classic works of literature. Most activities are based around comprehension skills and skills required for AQA’s Language Paper 1 including language analysis and creative writing. Perfect as a series of short tasks completed as homework, in form time or as revision tasks. Ideal as a KS3 to 4 transition piece.
AQA English Language Paper 1: Stephen King's IT
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AQA English Language Paper 1: Stephen King's IT

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This is a comprehensive lesson guiding students through an extract from Stephen King’s IT. This lesson works through a suspenseful and sinister extract. Gives example answers and allows students to make associations across genres and texts, improving their comprehension and vocabulary. Ideal for KS4 studying section A of Language Paper 1.
A Christmas Carol: Family
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A Christmas Carol: Family

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This is a fully differentiated lesson examining the importance of family in A Christmas Carol. It includes round robin activities as well as opportunity for individual response and extended writing development. Ideal for KS4 preparing for the AQA specification
A Christmas Carol: The Cratchits
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A Christmas Carol: The Cratchits

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A lesson guiding students through the context of the deserving and undeserving poor in A Christmas Carol and analysis of the language describing the Cratchits and their purpose within the novella. Ideal for GCSE, includes structured exam style responses as well as group work in the form of a round robin. Extension tasks are littered throughout and students are encouraged to draw similarities between Victorian England and modern society - enabling them to build their cultural capital and enhance their knowledge for AO3. Uses the AQA assessment objectives to inform activities and help familiarize students with the assessment criteria.
Of Mice and Men: racism
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Of Mice and Men: racism

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A thorough, structured and differentiated lesson designed to guide students through the theme of racism in the great depression and Of Mice and Men. PPT is on a dyslexia friendly back ground. Ideal for mature KS3, sparks conversation and consideration of contextual features that are still relevant today. Includes an essay style question and structure strips to support students confidence and independence.
Romeo and Juliet - The Prologue
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Romeo and Juliet - The Prologue

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A lesson that can be conducted over 2hrs focusing on the prologue of Romeo and Juliet. Ideal of higher ability KS3 or GCSE students. Includes exam style question with analysis support, analysis work sheets and tasks which encourage direct engagement with the text and independent thought. Created with the AQA specification in mind but easily adapted to suit other SOWs
War Horse Chapter 6
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War Horse Chapter 6

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A couple of lesson based on Chapter 6 of War horse including videos for stimuli. Encourages creative writing skills as well as comprehension of language and its effect on the audience. Aimed at bottom set year 7 easily adapted for Primary
Macbeth Ambition AQA
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Macbeth Ambition AQA

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A comprehensive lesson running through how the theme of ambition is presented through the characters of Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and Banquo. Includes some contextual information, card/quote sort activities.
Much Ado About Nothing The Ball Scene
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Much Ado About Nothing The Ball Scene

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A selection of resources ideally taught over 2-3 lessons. It covers the masquerade ball scene of Much Ado About nothing, using the Kenneth Branagh adaptation as visual stimuli. It includes a variety of tasks to hit the AOs of the GCSE AQA specification including recall of events and identification of language features. It also includes a variety of more creative activities including mask design. Ideal for KS3 as an introduction to the content of GCSE level work.
Of Mice and Men: Creative Writing
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Of Mice and Men: Creative Writing

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A selection of resources designed to engage students with creative writing tasks, using Of Mice and Men as a starting point. Includes a feedback task getting students to focus on the use of possessive apostrophes
Structural techniques
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Structural techniques

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A revision tool for structural techniques in English Literature and Language, using Kagan activities to encourage engagement and collaboration. Perfect as a GCSE starter or as an activity for more able KS3.
Shakespeare's language
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Shakespeare's language

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A lesson introducing students to the language of Shakepeare. Ideal for KS3 or KS4 who need an introduction to the language techniques. Updated May 2018
AQA Language Paper One Pre-Exam Revision Masterclass
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AQA Language Paper One Pre-Exam Revision Masterclass

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A wide selection of resources helping students to prepare for AQA’s language paper 1, specifically section A. These extracts cover a variety of genres, styles and are suitable for both high and low abilities. Great if you have some quality time to spend with your KS4 students before their final exam.
The Perfect Spy - writing to explain a viewpoint
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The Perfect Spy - writing to explain a viewpoint

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A KS3 lesson that focuses on skills required for the new AQA language papers including; vocab, comprehension and grammar. Can be spread over 2-3 lessons using film extracts, quotes from John le Carre's novels, articles and images to evoke conversation and work, fully differentiated with extension tasks.
Power and Conflict Poetry: The Emigree
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Power and Conflict Poetry: The Emigree

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Challenge your students with the emotive lesson looking at The Emigree. Perfect for KS4 with opportunities to develop personalised responses and critical thinking. Tailored to the AQA Power and Conflict GCSE Unit