Students focus on Information about the New Poor Law. Using a picture prompt and video, they plan what it must have been like to be in a workhouse before writing a diary entry.
Lesson plan includes starter, Poor Law info, checklists and prompts.
A good contextual start to Victorian novels.
Two/three lessons to be used as introduction to A Christmas Carol.
The lesson focuses on inference/connotations from the extract describing Miss Havisham from Great Expectations. The second looks at the context of women in Victorian Britain before using this to write a diary entry from the POV of Miss Havisham.
Includes literacy starters and plenaries.
1st - focuses on the structural aspects of An Inspector Calls (events in Eva's life, timeline of events in the play, tension graph)
2nd - focuses on what AQA AO1, AO2 and AO3 cover for An Inspector Calls plus planning sheet for class to complete on presentation of men and women.
Includes: Starters on Priestley
A series of three/four lessons on Act 2 of An Inspector Calls.
The lessons include a focus on the presentation of women/public vs private life and generations. Includes contextual information, activities, starters and plenaries.
Focus on AQA AO3.
Two lessons focusing on the transformation of Scrooge's house and the ghost of Christmas Present.
Lessons include critical evaluation style starters, white board activity, language analysis and group work.
Using the ghost of Christmas yet to come from A Christmas Carol as a stimulus, students will analyse how the ghost is presented and then plan to write to describe.
Includes starter, extract, activity and plenary.