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I am a Teacher of English in Reading, England who teaches both GCSE and A Level. These resources are aimed at AQA exam boards but can easily be applied to other exam boards and curriculums.

I am a Teacher of English in Reading, England who teaches both GCSE and A Level. These resources are aimed at AQA exam boards but can easily be applied to other exam boards and curriculums.
Power and Conflict - Checking Out Me History - 9-1
mikedennedy

Power and Conflict - Checking Out Me History - 9-1

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A full lesson which can be split into 2 lessons that explores and annotates John Agard’s Checking Out Me History. There is a group work section regarding the historical figures, full annotations and also a plenary activity that can be expanded upon into a full lesson.
Power and Conflict - Bayonet Charge - 9-1
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Power and Conflict - Bayonet Charge - 9-1

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A full lesson about Ted Hughes’ Bayonet Charge with advanced annotations. Brief context of Ted Hughes and WWI explored bedore studetns annotate and think baout the poem’s place withing the Power and Conflict anthology.
Power and Conflict - Remains - 9-1
mikedennedy

Power and Conflict - Remains - 9-1

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A lesson which can be taught to mixed ability. Includes a starter regarding PTSD in soldiers and then moves on to analysis of the poem. Annotations are provided in the form of quotes and guided questions. the lesson ends with a guided essay regarding Remains
Power and Conflict - Tissue - 9-1
mikedennedy

Power and Conflict - Tissue - 9-1

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2 full lessons that explore and annotate Imtiaz Dharkar’s Tissue. There is an introduction activity, an introduction to context full annotations and also a plenary activity that can be expanded upon into a full lesson.
Power and Conflict - Kamikaze - 9-1
mikedennedy

Power and Conflict - Kamikaze - 9-1

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A 2 part lesson whcih shows the themes of the poem and also provides annotations, some of which are phrased as questions so that students are not copying the entire lesson. There is also a fun section using paper planes as a plenary for lesson 1. Lesson 2 uses prior learning from part 1 so that students can practice their poetry analysis using a stuctured paragraph.