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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.
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.
KS3 Poetry Pack
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KS3 Poetry Pack

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A bundle of five lessons for students to examine and compare poems. Featuring: An Island Man Sonnet (John Clare) The Eagle Daffodils (I wandered lonely as a cloud) The Highway Man Contains a range of activities with example answers and peer assessment activities.
MASSIVE Romeo & Juliet SIX WEEK Unit of Work GCSE English Literature 1-9 SPEC
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MASSIVE Romeo & Juliet SIX WEEK Unit of Work GCSE English Literature 1-9 SPEC

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Want your students to achieve the highest possible marks for their literature exams? Then look no further! Written by an experienced examiner, these lessons have been tried and tested to ensure that students understand how to achieve maximum marks in the new 1-9 specification of GCSE literature exams. Lessons include: a range of activities and worksheets example answers to essay questions starter activities plenaries links to social historical context analysis of language for the key scenes character studies key high level terminology The lessons are ideal for students with a range of abilities and will save you hours of planning. If you’re looking for high-level analysis of Romeo & Juliet, with the key focus on student achievement, then look no further.
Love & Relationships AQA Revision Lesson with full model answer GCSE English Literature
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Love & Relationships AQA Revision Lesson with full model answer GCSE English Literature

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A revision lesson that allows students to recap key quotes from the Love & Relationship cluster, tackle a sample question, plan an answer and then produce their own. Also included is a full model answer for students level and grade using the marking criteria. A ready to use lesson that will help students recap and tackle the challenges of the examination. For use by both subject specialists and non-specialists.
Newspapers / Non-Fiction Complete KS3 Unit of Work English
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Newspapers / Non-Fiction Complete KS3 Unit of Work English

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A fully resourced and complete scheme of work that introduces newspapers, articles and non-fiction to KS3 classes. It features seven lessons that focus on reading, writing, SPAG skills and Speaking & Listening activities. It's a perfect for a range of abilities and includes an end of unit assessment for students to complete.
The Sign of Four Example Mock Question Paper AQA English Literature 1-9 SPEC
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The Sign of Four Example Mock Question Paper AQA English Literature 1-9 SPEC

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A sample mock exam based on The Sign of Four for GCSE English Literature. This perfect for a homework task, full blown mock exam or in the classroom as preparation. The question used is: Starting with this extract, explore how Conan Doyle creates a sense of tension and danger. Write about: • how Conan Doyle uses places to create a sense of tension and danger in this extract • how Conan Doyle creates a sense of mystery and tension in the novel as a whole.
Macbeth exam mock assessment with sample answer AQA English Literature NEW 1-9 SPEC
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Macbeth exam mock assessment with sample answer AQA English Literature NEW 1-9 SPEC

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An example mock exam for Macbeth in the new AQA format. Also includes an example answer for students to use as a guide or to mark and grade using the new marking criteria. The question used is: Starting with this extract, how does Shakespeare present the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth? Write about: • How Shakespeare presents their relationship in this extract • How Shakespeare presents their relationship in the play as a whole [30 marks] Perfect for use in class, as a homework or for a full-blown mock.
AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE POETRY COMPARISON POWER AND CONFLICT SAMPLE ANSWERS NEW 1-9 SPEC
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AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE POETRY COMPARISON POWER AND CONFLICT SAMPLE ANSWERS NEW 1-9 SPEC

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This document contains three different sample PEE answers for students to level and grade. Excellent for use as a revision tool or for use in class as students write their own answers. The three different questions are: Compare how the power of memory is presented in Kamikaze and in one other poem from ‘Power and Conflict.’ Compare how Bayonet Charge and The Charge of the Light Brigade present the experience of soldiers in battle. How does the poet present the power of nature in Storm on the Island and in one other poem from Power and Conflict?
POETRY COMPARISON LESSON AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE POWER & CONFLICT NEW 1-9 SPEC
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POETRY COMPARISON LESSON AQA ENGLISH LITERATURE POWER & CONFLICT NEW 1-9 SPEC

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A lesson that enables students to be able to effectively compare two of the poems from the Conflict and Power Cluster. This lesson focusses on the question: Compare how poets present attitudes to power and identity in Checking Out Me History and in one other poem from ‘Power and Conflict.’ It features a pictionary (or blockbusters) based starter activity (which the students love!) to help them remember the quotations and also includes a planning grid, example answer and links to the mark scheme. This could stretch to a couple of lessons and is excellent for revision.
Romeo and Juliet Context Homework Sheet with a SPAG focus
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Romeo and Juliet Context Homework Sheet with a SPAG focus

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A resource designed to help students understand some key contextual factors that influence Romeo & Juliet. All of the punctuation has been removed so students must check and correct the passage of text first before answering five comprehension questions. I normally use this as a homework activity.
ROMEO & JULIET MOCK EXAM ASSESSMENT AQA GCSE NEW 1-9 SPEC
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ROMEO & JULIET MOCK EXAM ASSESSMENT AQA GCSE NEW 1-9 SPEC

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A mock exam assessment based on the new AQA 1-9 style. The question used is: Starting with this conversation, explain how Shakespeare presents Lord Capulet as a father figure. Write about: • How Shakespeare presents Lord Capulet in this extract • How Shakespeare presents Lord Capulet in the play as a whole. • How this links to the context of Elizabethan England It's based on the 'Hang thee' scene. This task is perfect for use in class, as a homework or as a full blown mock exam. Please check out my other resources for more 1-9 spec mocks, lessons and other activities.
Unseen Poetry Exam Practice GCSE AQA English Literature Section 1-9 SPEC
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Unseen Poetry Exam Practice GCSE AQA English Literature Section 1-9 SPEC

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A lesson that guides through the Unseen Poetry section of the GCSE exam. Provides an example, annotations, activity understand imagery, sample question and links to the new marking criteria. Perfect as in introduction to unseen poetry or as revision before the exam itself. Could be adapted for KS3 students and also features and an example answer for students to level with the mark scheme.