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I am Head of English at a 'Good' Secondary Academy in England. I also work for examination bodies and understand the requirements of the new mark schemes; many of my resources feed into the mark schemes to ensure students understand the requirements for the new and challenging examinations. My resources have all been used to teach my own classes and are designed to provide maximum progress.

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I am Head of English at a 'Good' Secondary Academy in England. I also work for examination bodies and understand the requirements of the new mark schemes; many of my resources feed into the mark schemes to ensure students understand the requirements for the new and challenging examinations. My resources have all been used to teach my own classes and are designed to provide maximum progress.
KS3 ENGLISH PUPIL REPORT COMMENTS
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KS3 ENGLISH PUPIL REPORT COMMENTS

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Save yourself hours of work with these custom-made KS3 English pupil reports; they have been written for students with a range of abilities and attributes and are ready to use. Each report contains a comment on the student's attitude, focus, behaviour for learning and key targets for improvement. The document contains 2,700 words and features 23 reports (13 'male' and 10 female'). You will undoubtedly recognise your own students within each of the reports but can of course 'mix and match' the comments as needed.
WW1 Propaganda Posters and Techniques
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WW1 Propaganda Posters and Techniques

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A cross-curricular English and history lesson that focusses on the persuasive techniques used in WW1 propaganda. This lesson includes: a starter based on key language techniques student-friendly definitions analysis of a real WW1 poster examples of WW1 posters for students to analyse themselves an activity where students design their own posters hot-seat plenary activity If you like this lesson, check out our other lessons @mgroverresources!
KS4 Year 10 / 11 GCSE ENGLISH PUPIL REPORT COMMENT BANK
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KS4 Year 10 / 11 GCSE ENGLISH PUPIL REPORT COMMENT BANK

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Save yourself hours of work with these custom-made GCSE English pupil reports; they have been written for students with a range of abilities and attributes and are ready to use. Each report contains a comment on the student’s attitude, focus, behaviour for learning and key targets for improvement. The document contains 2,700 words and features 13 ‘male’ students and 13 ‘female’ reports. You will undoubtedly recognise your own students within each of the reports but can of course ‘mix and match’ the comments as needed.
The Highway Man KS3 Poetry Lesson
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The Highway Man KS3 Poetry Lesson

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A lesson based on The Highway Man which was created for an Ofsted inspection. Contains an engaging starter, main activity and an example PEE for students to students to use as a basis for their own.
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Mock Exam with sample answer NEW AQA 1-9 SPEC
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Mock Exam with sample answer NEW AQA 1-9 SPEC

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A sample mock exam (based on mystery and tension) that is perfect for students to use in class, as a homework or as full blown assessment. It also comes with a full sample answer that analyses the extract as well as making links to other parts of the novel and to context. The question used is: Starting with this extract, how does Stevenson create a sense of mystery and tension in The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde? Write about: • How Stevenson creates mystery and tension in this extract • How Stevenson presents mystery and tension in the novel as whole
AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE A CHRISTMAS CAROL EXAMPLE EXAM RESPONSES NEW 1-9 SPEC
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AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE A CHRISTMAS CAROL EXAMPLE EXAM RESPONSES NEW 1-9 SPEC

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This worksheet contains a range of example responses to exam questions for A Christmas Carol. These are perfect for use as revision or for students to level and grade with the new AQA marking criteria. There is one full essay and 3 sample PEE responses. The examples are responses to the following questions: Starting with this extract, how does Dickens present the change in Scrooge and in the novel as a whole? (Full essay) How does Dickens present The Ghost of Christmas Past? (Sample PEE) How does Dickens use language to present Marley’s Ghost? (Sample PEE) Starting with this extract, how does Dickens present the Fezziwigs?(Sample PEE)
Macbeth mock exam with example answer GCSE English Literature NEW AQA 1-9 SPEC
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Macbeth mock exam with example answer GCSE English Literature NEW AQA 1-9 SPEC

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A sample mock exam (based on Banquo's Ghost scene) that is perfect for students to use in class, as a homework or as full blown assessment. It also comes with a full sample answer that analyses the extract as well as making links to other parts of the play and to context. The question used is: Starting with this extract, explain how far you think Shakespeare presents Macbeth as a brave man. Write about: • How Shakespeare presents Macbeth in this extract • How Shakespeare presents Macbeth as a brave man in the play as a whole
An Inspector Calls AQA GCSE Example Answer Grade 8/9
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An Inspector Calls AQA GCSE Example Answer Grade 8/9

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A sample answer to an English Literature question for An Inspector Calls. This 700 word sample answer has been written to reflect the highler levels of GCSE mark scheme and would achieve between 26-30 marks (Level 6). The question used is: How and why does Sheila change in An Inspector Calls? Write about: • how Sheila responds to her family and to the Inspector • how Priestley presents Sheila by the ways he writes The different Assessment Objectives (AOs) have been colour co-ordinated so students and teachers can see where each element of the mark scheme has been reached.
AN INSPECTOR CALLS SAMPLE EXAM ANSWERS AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE NEW 1-9 SPEC REVISION
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AN INSPECTOR CALLS SAMPLE EXAM ANSWERS AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE NEW 1-9 SPEC REVISION

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A document containing a range of different sample PEEL responses for students to level and grade in lessons or to use as a revision tool. Contains sample answers to the following questions: Explain the differences between Sheila and Sybil Birling in the play An Inspector Calls How and why do the generations react differently to the death of Eva Smith? Look closely at the end of Act 3 from Gerald’s phone call to the Infirmary. How does Priestley make this part of the play so dramatic? How does Priestley present the change in Sheila during the course of the play An Inspector Calls? How do you think this change reflects some of Priestley’s ideas? How does Priestley use the Inspector to express his views?
Romeo and Juliet Balcony Scene Act 2, Scene 2   GCSE English Literature
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Romeo and Juliet Balcony Scene Act 2, Scene 2 GCSE English Literature

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A lesson that analyses language in the balcony scene of Romeo and Juliet. Features a starter based on iambic pentameter, key quotations with example analysis (using subject terminology), a practice GCSE style question with accompanying sample answer for students to level and grade. A post-it note plenary finishes the lesson off. This ready to use lesson has been graded 'Outstanding' during a recent Ofsted Inspection.
A Christmas Carol Example Response with Mock Exam Paper Edexcel NEW 1-9 SPEC
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A Christmas Carol Example Response with Mock Exam Paper Edexcel NEW 1-9 SPEC

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A mock exam based on the end of Stave 4 with a sample essay response with accompanying summary. Useful as a homework task, revision or full blown mock exam. The question used is: Part (a) Starting with this extract, explore how Dickens present the change in Scrooge. Give examples from the extract to support your ideas. (b) How does Dickens present the change in Scrooge elsewhere in the novel? In your answer, you must consider: • What changes in Scrooge are shown • How these changes affect Scrooge and others
The Sign of the Four Example Answer with Mock Exam AQA 1-9 SPEC
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The Sign of the Four Example Answer with Mock Exam AQA 1-9 SPEC

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A sample answer to a GCSE exam style question for AQA. The question used is: Starting with this extract, explore how Conan Doyle creates a sense of tension and danger. Write about: • how Conan Doyle creates a sense of tension and danger in this extract • how Conan Doyle creates a sense of tension and danger in the novel as a whole.
AQA ENGLISH LANGUAGE PAPER 2 SECTION B EXAMPLE ESSAY RESPONSES 1-9 SPEC
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AQA ENGLISH LANGUAGE PAPER 2 SECTION B EXAMPLE ESSAY RESPONSES 1-9 SPEC

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This document contains two example responses to an AQA Paper 2 Section B writing question for the 1-9 spec. These responses have been written in the style of a 'student' and contain minor SPAG errors so they can grade both essays based on technical accuracy. There is a space under each response for students to level and grade the answers with feedback. They will need a copy of the marking criteria to do so, which is easily available on the AQA website. Please check out my shop for other resources for the 1-9 GCSEs.
Who am I? Whole school literacy author game
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Who am I? Whole school literacy author game

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An 'Easter egg' hunt type game where students must guess the author based on a series of clues. I usually hide these around the school on World Book Day and students are allowed out of class to 'hunt' the clues. The first team to bring back all the correct answers win a prize.
Commas and Complex Sentences
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Commas and Complex Sentences

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A literacy lesson that helps students to understand how complex sentences work. Contains a starter activity, main and plenary. Ideally suited for lower to middle ability groups. Also features differentiated sentences for weaker students to help them get started. Uses The Dark Knight film as its basis.