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Model United Nations Nuclear Disarmament
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Model United Nations Nuclear Disarmament

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A short quiz on the history of the UN, and then a set up for a scenario debating nuclear disarmament with carefully selected countries for a structured debate. The activity allows for independent research time with direction, plus caucusing and resolution creation. A condensed MUN scenario that can be run in 1.5 hours but ideally two hour session.
Animal Farm mock trial
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Animal Farm mock trial

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Powerpoint outline for a mock trial set up a courtroom drama: Is Napoleon guilty of crimes against his fellow animals? Includes guide worksheet for lawyers and characters to aid their research and preparation.
Critical Literary Perspective Cards
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Critical Literary Perspective Cards

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Definitions and prompt questions for six key critical literary perspectives, perfect for introducing AO5 critical perspectives for sixth form classes. Includes New historicist, psychoanalytical, feminist, gender and sexual identity, marxist and post-colonial.
A Streetcar Named Desire critical perspectives and context (AO3/AO5)
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A Streetcar Named Desire critical perspectives and context (AO3/AO5)

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A powerpoint with critical literary perspectives and context for A Streetcar Named Desire. The first section explores context of Southern Gothic Literature with summaries of Fall of House of Usher and a Rose for Emily for students to draw on for context this is roughly a one hour lesson. The second section is a debate format with quotes to engage with. Students take a different literary perspective and must debate from that stance, using the quotes to start their talking points. Critical literary perspectives cards provided as a worksheet and can be copied and given to students to prepare for the debate.
Metacognition and study skills for revision
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Metacognition and study skills for revision

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A powerpoint guiding students through proven metacognitive approaches to memorising and learning information with examples and interactive activities. Useful for students before exam time and when they are putting together revision schedules.
Mise-en-scene lesson
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Mise-en-scene lesson

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A lesson that could be used for film or media to introduce students to mise-en-scene. Lesson to explain the term and examples for students to work on.
A level English Language Speech Analysis OCR Nick Clegg and Donald Trump speech comparison
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A level English Language Speech Analysis OCR Nick Clegg and Donald Trump speech comparison

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A level English language scripted vs spontaneous speech comparison which can be used in the first term of English Language A level study. Sample transcripts, powerpoint outlining essay task with assessment objectives and a guide sheet for what students should be identifying in the texts and writing about in their essays. We looked at each text in class time, as examples of spontaneous speech and scripted speech.
Debating introduction and topics
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Debating introduction and topics

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An introduction to the Mace style debate format which can be adapted to most styles of debate. Basic topics to start students expressing their opinions and then a variety of debate topics based on recent debates at Cambridge Union. Could be used in an English lesson or debating club.
Beyonce Formation music video study media
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Beyonce Formation music video study media

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A comprehensive powerpoint for teaching the music video Formation by Beyonce as part of the WJEC/Eduqas A-level for media. The powerpoint includes the infromation from the fact sheet available to download from the Eduqas website. It includes video links to contextual information and disucssion points for students as well as the key theorists and terminology.
Bandura Hypodermic syringe media theory
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Bandura Hypodermic syringe media theory

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Powerpoint outline of hypodermic syringe theory by Bandura. Presented for Eduqas A-level but a transferable resource. Powerpoint explores original psychological experiment, news controversy and limitations of the model.
van zoonen feminist perspectives summary lesson media
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van zoonen feminist perspectives summary lesson media

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Designed to be used to cover the key points of Leisbet van Zoonen’s essay feminist perspectives on the media as part of the WJEC Media A-level course. Students were set the article to read as homework and this is the summarised version that we covered in lesson and can be given to students for their revision. Discussion points on the final slides. The academic article is quite heavy going so this simplified and consolidated the key points.