A set of worksheets aimed at improving the quality of writing by learning to use verbs effectively. Includes an explanation and example of verbs and their use, peer assessment, differentiated objectives, three tasks of increasing difficulty and vocabulary to aid writing. There is space for students to write so nothing else is needed and therefore this would be ideal for cover and, with very little adapting, for homework too.
Character revision postcards with subheadings and blank revision cards ready to print and cut out. Eight cards are given in four different colours to separate topics, themes, characters etc.
A student task sheet to explore and analyse the poem. Includes activity to identify devices, quotation analysis tasks, an essay question and comparison grid to compare with the poem 'Effects'.
Several lessons worth of worksheets including differentiated objectives and tasks of increasing difficulty, as well as extension tasks. There is an exam style question with a detailed essay plan with optional starting sentences for the introduction and conclusion.
Several lessons worth of worksheets including differentiated objectives and tasks of increasing difficulty, as well as extension tasks. There is an exam style question with a structure to create an essay plan with clear examples.
Poems of the Decade The Fox in the National Museum of Wales activities and exam style essay question
A series of worksheets including a range of tasks, a glossary, differentiated objectives, extension tasks and an exam-style essay question. Can be used as class work, cover, homework or revision.
A set of worksheets aimed at improving the quality of writing by learning to use vocabulary effectively. Includes assessment grids, differentiated objectives, three tasks of increasing difficulty and an extension. There is space for students to write so nothing else is needed and therefore this would be ideal for cover and, with very little adapting, for homework too.
Scheme of work on almost half the novel. Introduces all main characters, context and provides the opportunity for students to engage with the plot. Includes: PowerPoint and related word document resources with answers for most lessons. The scheme of work is designed to be easy to use, but flexible so it is easily adapted. There are also several homework tasks, which are research or reading based so require little or no marking.
A detailed, differentiated workbook with tasks for almost every chapter, including SPaG starters, extension tasks, wordbanks, sentence starters and examples for students to use as a guide. Includes approximately three tasks per chapter of increasing complexity. Tasks focus on understanding and interpreting the text, using quotations and explaining their significance. There are also writing tasks such as diary entries and character analyses. Easy to mark assessment grids included (a range of self/peer and teacher assessment).
• Covers 4 poems: ‘Eat Me’, ‘Chainsaw vs Pampas Grass’, ‘Material’ & ‘History’ • Resources: 23 slide PowerPoint with starter task, notes on structural features, key language features to highlight, questions on each poem (5 simple & 5 extended), lots of images related to the poems for visual learners • All about the poem template for students to organise notes on structure, form and language • Essay planning grid (compares different aspects of ‘Eat Me’ & ‘Chainsaw Vs Pampas Grass’) and a blank template • Sample essay comparing ‘Eat Me’ & ‘Chainsaw Vs Pampas Grass’ • Printable worksheets on each poem for cover, classwork or homework
A reminder of some techniques for experienced teachers and a helping hand for student teachers and those new to the trade!
A summary of the poem's subject, differentiated objectives and tasks with an essay question. Good for preparing for the unseen poetry section of the examination and/or general practise with poetry analysis.
A whole lesson on worksheets, just print and teach - ideal for cover or when you're technology has failed. Includes differentiated objectives starter with extension on powerful verbs and adjectives - using a thesaurus to find synonyms main task: create sentences with synonyms in starter then peer assess (checklist included) Developmental task: Describe the image using ambitious vocab from previous activities and self assess
A detailed essay plan for the comparison of the two poems ('To my nine year old self' & 'An Easy Passage') focusing on the theme of childhood. A comparison grid is included to use alongside the essay plan to gather appropriate quotations and link them in the two poems. An example is given for students to follow.
A variety of tasks for students to explore and analyse the poem.
A set of worksheets aimed at improving the quality of writing by learning to describe weather effectively. Includes assessment grids, differentiated objectives and three tasks of increasing difficulty. There is space for students to write so nothing else is needed and therefore this would be ideal for cover and, with very little adapting, for homework too.
A vocabulary resource designed to develop student skills for AO4. Some of the complex vocabulary is taken from chapters 1-4 in the novel and students complete a variety of short tasks to understand definitions. The tasks aim to improve student understanding of the chapter, as well as widening vocabulary. All tasks have extension activities for early finishers and more able students. Answers are provided for easy marking. Presented as a workbook with a front cover including AO4, but individual sheets can be copied if preferred.
The tasks are divided into four parts (i.e. starter, main etc)and focuses on analysis of quotations linked to the character of Eric Birling. Differentiated objectives are included and there is also a homework sheet to consolidate learning.
A 6 lesson scheme with each lesson's objectives, resources list and each part of the lesson detailed (starter, main etc.) Resources for this SOW are also available along with an assessment, and Gothic homework project.
A worksheet with four images to help students plan an adventure story. Offers a choice of three titles and bullet points for students to plan. Ideal for a cover lesson or homework.