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A plethora of resources mainly aimed at KS4 covering the AQA Literature and Language exams. All made personally by myself and have been used successfully with multiple classes.

A plethora of resources mainly aimed at KS4 covering the AQA Literature and Language exams. All made personally by myself and have been used successfully with multiple classes.
Island Man - KS3 poetry
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Island Man - KS3 poetry

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A fully resourced lesson introducing the poem 'Island Man' designed for KS3 students, focussing on imagery and techniques used. Includes a PPT and accompanying worksheets.
AQA English Language Paper 1 exam practice
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AQA English Language Paper 1 exam practice

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A fully resourced lesson designed to support students through how to respond to each question in the Fiction Language paper using an extract from 'The Woman in Black'. Includes top tips on how to approach each question, sentence starters and some exemplar answers. Links are provided to clips from the film to be used as a stimulus. Student copy of Section B mark scheme so they can self assess their strengths and weaknesses for creative writing.
Romeo and Juliet key quote posters
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Romeo and Juliet key quote posters

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I've created a set of 20 posters displaying key quotes from 'Romeo and Juliet' featuring corresponding images from the Luhrmann film to help my students learn and revise! Each quote depicts who it's said by and when in the play it's said. Created on Publisher (A3 template) so easy to add your own quotes if needed.
Romeo and Juliet exam practice (AQA)
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Romeo and Juliet exam practice (AQA)

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Designed for KS4 students taking the AQA exam. A step by step work sheet on how to approach the extract exam question. Also includes an essay plan to help students structure their response based on the step-by-step planning. Accompanying PPT to guide students through the process with a PQA checklist and some good/bad examples to assess.
AQA Power and Conflict - analysing a quote
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AQA Power and Conflict - analysing a quote

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I created this resource to encourage my Year 11 students to analyse quotes from the Poetry cluster in more detail. The worksheet could easily be adapted to any quote, could also be set as a homework task. I have used this multiple times and have always been impressed with how detailed student responses become, they can then apply this to their extended poetry responses.
The Woman in Black KS3 mini project
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The Woman in Black KS3 mini project

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A fully resourced mini project covering the novel, play, and film of 'The Woman in Black'. Includes a detailed PowerPoint and accompanying student work booklet, with additional display materials. Students have always found this very engaging. Designed to be used alongside copies of the book and the film.
An Inspector Calls character cards
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An Inspector Calls character cards

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I designed this as an introduction lesson for my Year 10s before telling them anything about An Inspector Calls. They each got a set of little character scenario cards with accompanying activities (to record on the A3 sheet) and as an extra challenge, were asked to try and match the quote to the character/scenario. The students loved it and it led to some great class discussions. A perfect way to introduce the characters, theme and plot of the play!
Comparing Macbeth and Lady Macbeth
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Comparing Macbeth and Lady Macbeth

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A series of 6 fully resourced lessons exploring the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Uses images from the Patrick Stewart version and links to YouTube clips. Lots of guidance and scaffolding/sentence starters to help students analyse and explore the difference in language used between the two characters. Extracts provided on worksheets with original Shakespeare next to a modern translation to help students access the language. Some more challenging activities too, including reading an extract from a literary article. Students have always enjoyed and engaged well with this sequence of lessons at both KS3 and KS4.
AQA Power and Conflict comparison carousel
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AQA Power and Conflict comparison carousel

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I designed this lesson after marking mock exams so students were given feedback and this lesson aimed to address their weaknesses. There are some sample comparative responses to Remains and War Photographer where student discuss good and bad responses and try to extend them. They then complete a carousel - teacher places a poem at each station and students compare it to a poem of their choice. just a brief PQA on a piece of sugar paper. Works well as they move round as they can respond to other student answers.
'Medusa' by Carol Ann Duffy
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'Medusa' by Carol Ann Duffy

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A fully resourced PowerPoint that guides students through the exploration of ‘Medusa’ by Carol Ann Duffy - activities also include a comparison task with the poem ‘Mrs. Midas’, also by Carol Ann Duffy. Tried and tested in the classroom with lots of success.
AQA Power and Conflict poetry - 'Exposure' quote analysis/essay plan
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AQA Power and Conflict poetry - 'Exposure' quote analysis/essay plan

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Designed for year 10/11 studying the AQA Power and Conflict poetry anthology to encourage deeper analysis of key quotes. Could be easily adapted for other quotes too. It really helped my students improve their analysis! I've also included an essay guide with sentence starters on how to answer an exam style question.
An Inspector Calls character profile pages
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An Inspector Calls character profile pages

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A booklet of character profile pages for all of the characters from An Inspector Calls using images from the recent BBC adaptation which students (in my experience) really enjoy and appreciate seeing them linked in resources. Can be used as a revision activity for students to complete, or as originally, used to record first impressions from Act One. Prints lovely as a booklet.
AQA English Literature - improving written responses
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AQA English Literature - improving written responses

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I designed this fully resourced lesson to help improve extended written responses to the two Literature papers. It includes a PPT with top tips, a check list, and a scaffolded essay plan to help students develop an extended response (focussing on Romeo and Juliet, but could be easily adapted) . Perfect for mixed ability classes.
AQA A Christmas Carol Stave Two - Metacognition
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AQA A Christmas Carol Stave Two - Metacognition

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A lesson focussing on an extract from Stave Two, whilst introducing students to metacognition (thinking about thinking) includes a student review to see which strategies they liked best and to evaluate whether or not it improved their written responses. I did this lesson with Year 10 and the reviews were extremely positive.
AQA English Literature Paper 1&2 Texts exam practice
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AQA English Literature Paper 1&2 Texts exam practice

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A range of AQA exam style question practice featuring all of the Literature texts for the extract question (Jekyll and Hyde, A Christmas Carol, Romeo and Juliet) and also modern text questions for Blood Brothers and Curious Incident. Each sheet features an extract from the text, and some planning grids to help students select quote from the extract and the rest of the play. Also contains personalised sentence starters for each exam Q. I've also included my 'perfect PQA checklist' which features all the criteria needed for a strong response. Perfect for Year 11 revision lessons and/or homework.