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I'm currently the head of English and raising standards leader at a secondary school in Birmingham. I'm passionate about my subject and passionate about ensuring that the young people we serve leave education with a high competency in English. Prior to teaching I worked in the radio industry as a presenter for 7 years and so when I became a teacher I enjoyed the opportunity to teach Media studies. You'll find hundreds of English and Media studies resources.

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I'm currently the head of English and raising standards leader at a secondary school in Birmingham. I'm passionate about my subject and passionate about ensuring that the young people we serve leave education with a high competency in English. Prior to teaching I worked in the radio industry as a presenter for 7 years and so when I became a teacher I enjoyed the opportunity to teach Media studies. You'll find hundreds of English and Media studies resources.
AQA English Language paper 1 Exam revision - Walking talking Mock (WTM) with ppt & student booklet
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AQA English Language paper 1 Exam revision - Walking talking Mock (WTM) with ppt & student booklet

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A complete walking talking mock for AQA English language paper 1. Includes a student booklet containing model answers which encourage students to achieve thoughtful responses, exam tips and opportunity for students to practice annotation and structuring answers to the questions. This resource uses the November 18 AQA English language inserts. A power point is included to guide students through the mock including mark schemes.
Jekyll and Hyde new specification chapter 8 The last night
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Jekyll and Hyde new specification chapter 8 The last night

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Two fully differentiated (by colour) lessons that cover chapters 1 of Jekyll and Hyde and meet the requirements of the new GCSE 9-1 specification. All lessons are fully differentiated by colour Purple = lower ability Blue = middle ability Yellow = higher ability Red = most able
Power and conflict poetry revision - structuring an academic essay
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Power and conflict poetry revision - structuring an academic essay

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A series of lessons following the I do, we do, you do structure that guides students through how to write an academic response to the GCSE exam question on Power and conflict poetry. Students are guided through: how to tackle the question how to plan their response how to write an effective introduction how to structure an academic essay Three exam questions included for students to work on.
Edexcel conflict poetry exam revision quizzes new specification - perfect for revision
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Edexcel conflict poetry exam revision quizzes new specification - perfect for revision

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A quick quiz for each of the 15 poems in the conflict collection. (Differentiated by colour) The first 3 purple questions are straight forward idea and information recall questions The next 3 blue questions provide students with the first letter in the answer and require them to think The final 3 yellow questions relate to techniques Use at the start of a lesson and then come back to it at the end - student ability at recalling the poems studies becomes excellent. Then keep popping the quiz up on the board and student knowledge improves dramatically. Could also be perfect for homework but works best as a team quiz in lessons as a starter and plenary.
Victorian England Context revision
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Victorian England Context revision

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Resources to support the revision of Victorian context including: - gentlemanly behaviour - Victorian women - Victorian society - Victorian Holidays - Victorian England Differentiation: purple = lower ability blue = middle ability yellow = higher ability Video clip links included to support student revision.
Research Techniques Media studies - primary & secondary research - quantitiave & qualitative data
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Research Techniques Media studies - primary & secondary research - quantitiave & qualitative data

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Resources to support the exploration of research techniques. Over 70 power point slides and activities to support students through the process of conducting research. Resources will support students in doing the following: - explore the effectiveness of and create questionnaires - understand the difference between primary and secondary research - use the NRS website (secondary research) to investigate print media audiences - gather qualitative and quantitative data - explore mass and niche audiences - conduct audience research, market research and production research - research attitudes and preferences in TV - Use the BARB website (Secondary research) to investigate viewing figures - Gather research to gain data ahead of creating a new media product - present the results of research Differentiation by points. Tasks have a varying number of points attached. The higher the number of points: the more complex the task.
Romeo and Juliet new specification 9-1 Act 5 scene 1 act 5 scene 2 act 5 scene 3
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Romeo and Juliet new specification 9-1 Act 5 scene 1 act 5 scene 2 act 5 scene 3

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3 differentiated (by colour) lessons to support the teaching of Romeo and Juliet Act 5 scene 1, 2 and 3. Differentiation: purple = lower ability blue = middle ability yellow = higher ability Resources provide opportunities to: - explore language, form and structure - assess against the 9-1 specification success criteria - explore context - fate and predestination - explore creation of tension - explore unfortunate coincidence - explore the significance of the ending
Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck chapter 4 skills for new spec GCSE with structure strips
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Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck chapter 4 skills for new spec GCSE with structure strips

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Differentiated resources to support the teaching of chapter 4 of 'Of Mice and Men.' Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher Resources provide opportunities to: - write to argue (200 word challenge) - explore context of segregation - explore the characterisation of Crooks - Analyse writer's methods - work as a group and give presentations on contextual information - read actively
A Christmas Carol Revision GCSE 9-1
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A Christmas Carol Revision GCSE 9-1

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Resources to support the revision of ‘A Christmas Carol.’ Included: - 15 key quotations with accompanying images to help students learn quotations and remember useful quotes for analysis. Also great for displays. - Extract to whole revision - ideal for carousel use whereby students read an extract and go through the process of structuring a response to the question.
Stone Cold play script Act 2 resources
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Stone Cold play script Act 2 resources

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5 lessons that support the teaching of act 2 of the Stone Cold play script. Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher Resources provide opportunities for: - imaginative writing - Speaking and listening - comparing the novel and play - reading the play and novel - analysing the writer's use of language - comprehension
An Inspector Calls walking talking mock (WTM) exam revision with student booklet and power point
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An Inspector Calls walking talking mock (WTM) exam revision with student booklet and power point

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A student booklet and teacher power point that takes students through how to answer and revise for the ‘An Inspector Calls’ AQA literature question. Model answers included and guidance on how to plan and then structure an academic introduction and essay. Guidance is differentiated for character questions and theme questions. Opportunities for students to write their own answers with and without scaffolds. The resource uses two different exam questions.
AQA English language GCSE 9-1 -3 lots of  Walking talking mock style revision lessons for paper 1 and paper 2
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AQA English language GCSE 9-1 -3 lots of Walking talking mock style revision lessons for paper 1 and paper 2

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Three lots of walking talking mock style exam revision for AQA English language paper 1 and paper 2 Perfect to use in class as a walking talking mock - whereby you guide students thorough each question and allow them the suggested time to complete each task. Using 3 different sample papers 1 and paper 2 papers, these resources: - guide students through how to tackle each question - provide suggested timings - provide sample answers - provide tips and strategies for planning a response - show the questions annotated to ensure students stick to the focus of the task - provide opportunities to self/peer assess against the mark scheme criteria - model to students how to annotate the questions The revision uses exam papers provided by AQA and use extracts from the following: Paper 1: - Glass, bricks and dust - City of beasts - Brighton Rock Paper 2: - Bad weather - Festivals - Villages
Lesson observation Learning walk template new Ofsted framework - curriculum focused
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Lesson observation Learning walk template new Ofsted framework - curriculum focused

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A learning walk / observation document that can be used to observe lessons across secondary school subjects. This has been created in light of Ofsted’s latest framework which puts emphasis on curriculum and what students know and can do. Three focus areas are teaching for memory, responsive teaching and subject expertise. Behaviour / culture for learning is not included but should always be considered when visiting lessons.