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Tired English Teacher's Shop

Experienced English practitioner based in Wales, teaching the WJEC board for English Language and English Literature at GCSE, as well as English Literature A level. All resources are of high quality, and very reasonably priced - a small charge for the time put into each resource. All resources can be downloaded, printed, and are good to go straight away.

Experienced English practitioner based in Wales, teaching the WJEC board for English Language and English Literature at GCSE, as well as English Literature A level. All resources are of high quality, and very reasonably priced - a small charge for the time put into each resource. All resources can be downloaded, printed, and are good to go straight away.
John Donne - Elegy To His Mistress Going to Bed detailed analysis notes
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John Donne - Elegy To His Mistress Going to Bed detailed analysis notes

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Detailed line-by-line analysis notes for John Donne’s Elegy XIX: To His Mistress Going to Bed, including key contextual information. This resource has been designed for WJEC English Literature A level Unit 3, however it can easily be adapted for other specifications. Check out my other resources for more John Donne analysis notes!
John Donne The Sun Rising - Detailed analysis notes
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John Donne The Sun Rising - Detailed analysis notes

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This is a full presentation of analysis for John Donne’s The Sun Rising - aimed at the A level WJEC Unit 3 pre-1900 Poetry Unit. Detailed line-by-line analysis, including everything needed for AO1, AO2, and AO3. Can just be downloaded and taught immediately.
Complete Of Mice and Men WJEC Work Booklet - 38 pages of tasks
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Complete Of Mice and Men WJEC Work Booklet - 38 pages of tasks

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This Of Mice and Men booklet can be downloaded, printed, and given out to students straight away in class - it’s all ready to go. A fully resourced booklet, taking students through the full novel, with guided, well-scaffolded tasks and exam practice. The booklet itself is written for the Welsh Joint English Literature Unit 1 exam, but can easily be adapted for use elsewhere if necessary. A perfect time-saver to grab and go, especially useful if you find yourself with a non-specialist teaching this unit, or have a long-term supply requiring work. Also very useful if a student is off school frequently. I have used this resource myself in class during pandemic disruption, and the students loved that everything was in booklet form in one place.
John Donne The Flea - Detailed analysis notes
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John Donne The Flea - Detailed analysis notes

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A detailed, line-by-line analysis of John Donne’s The Flea, with relevant contextual notes included - written for WJEC Unit 3 A level English Literature spec, but can easily be adapted for any other A level specification.