A collection of poems for Section C of the AQA Literature Exam. Suitable for classwork or homework.
16 poems / 8 example exams broken up into sections. Each section has two scaffold sheets and sheets to write up an answer. On the answer sheets, there is a copy of the mark scheme and space to self/peer/teacher assess.
Includes a front cover to explain how to answer the paper.
Can be editted.
A Powerpoint to help students analyse the Biden speech, picking out rhetorical devices and discussing their effects. Includes an extension to write up the analysis or write their own speech. Could be used in KS or as GCSE prep. Works for home learning.
Week of lessons - PPT and work book. Includes notes and tasks for Stave 3. Also includes writing booklet to develop skills - punctuation and sentence structures.
I used these with a lower ability GCSE class but they would suit a variety of classes.
FULL SCHEME for every stave is also available as a bundle.
A lesson exploring the theme of oppression in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.
I have used this as part of a poetry scheme but also as a bridge into texts such as Of Mice and Men.
Worksheets are included and students from Year 7 to Year 10 have loved studying this poem.
A revision guide for pupils - lots of key quotes from each Act. Fully analysed with terminology in bold. Includes a summary of what to do for AQA Literature Paper 1 and a page about the context of the play. Useful if pupils have gaps in knowledge / poor notes.
A PPT and worksheet to scaffold a debate about Lady Macbeth's role in Duncan's death / Macbeth's downfall. This has worked well with set one and set 8! Links to assessment objectives throughout.
Can be edited.
A Powerpoint with several worksheets to scaffold analysis of The Manhunt. Students from Y7 to Y11 have always loved this lesson.
Worksheet on semantic fields
Worksheet based on an article in National Geographic about PTSD and art therapy
Worksheet on selecting relevant evidence from poems
Sentence starters for PETAL paragraphs
WWW EBI sheets
Students write a description of New York using extended metaphors - worksheet to scaffold understanding of this.
Several worksheets on using subordinate clauses, colons and semi colons.
Worksheet for developing a character - we first discussed this as a class and used mini drama tasks to bring the character to life and generate more interesting descriptions (show don’t tell)
Additional story mountain sheet if students need support with planning.