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Mr Crawford Eng

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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.
Romeo and Juliet act 2 scene 3 new specification 9-1 updated
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Romeo and Juliet act 2 scene 3 new specification 9-1 updated

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Two fully differentiated (by colour) lessons to support the teaching of Romeo and Juliet Act 2 scene 3. Differentiation: purple = lower ability blue = middle ability yellow = higher ability Resources provide opportunities to: - explore writer's methods - assess against the 9-1 specification success criteria - explore Catholic marriage - work on writing skills for language paper 2
19th century texts context resources - gender - society - social class - rich and poor children KS3
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19th century texts context resources - gender - society - social class - rich and poor children KS3

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3 fully differentiated (by colour) lessons to support the teaching of 19th century England context. Useful ahead of studying a 19th century text or extract with KS3. Differentiation: purple = lower ability blue = middle ability yellow = higher ability Resources cover: London social class gender divide rich and poor children Technology Education Children Welfare support Hygiene Difference between rich and poor Opportunities to: - write imaginatively - analyse gender divide - explore social class
AQA English language paper 2 Exam revision TWO GCSE 9-1 WALKING TALKING MOCK with sample responses
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AQA English language paper 2 Exam revision TWO GCSE 9-1 WALKING TALKING MOCK with sample responses

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3 lessons to support the revision of the reading section of the new specification English language paper 2 for AQA. Perfect for use as a walking talking mock in class whereby you guide students through how to tackle each question and then allow them the suggested time to complete a response. Using a sample paper provided by AQA the 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 Extracts taken from: The village that lost its children and an extract from an essay written in 1967, one year after a devastating landslide in the Welsh village of Aberfan.
Romeo and Juliet new specification 9-1 Act 1 scene 4 updated
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Romeo and Juliet new specification 9-1 Act 1 scene 4 updated

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Two fully differentiated (by colour) lessons to support the teaching of Romeo and Juliet Act 1 scene 4. 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 for lit and lang - write persuasively
Jekyll and Hyde new specification Chapter 9 Dr Lanyon's narrative
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Jekyll and Hyde new specification Chapter 9 Dr Lanyon's narrative

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Four fully differentiated (by colour) lessons that cover chapters 9 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 These resources cover the following areas of the novel in chapter 1: - Context - Analysis development and practice - Teacher, self and peer assessment opportunities - Character and theme presentation
AQA power and conflict 9-1 Sample assessment 5 new spec specimen exam question War Photographer
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AQA power and conflict 9-1 Sample assessment 5 new spec specimen exam question War Photographer

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With very few sample assessment materials provided by the exam boards I have created my own. They have been made to look exactly like the assessments that students will sit n the real 9-1 examinations and are phrased in the same ways too. This paper uses War photographer as the printed poem. The student responses can then be marked using the relevant mark scheme for Power and conflict poetry.
Video game production BTEC Media strudies
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Video game production BTEC Media strudies

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Resources to support the teaching of video game design. An example maze game is provided that was made using power point. Resources include: - investigating audiences - researching ahead of creating a game - investigating and designing game characters - become the concept artist - pitching ideas to a client - create asset lists - explore avatars - apply Propp's character theory - storyboard the game
Animal Farm - chapter 7 - new specification 9-1 English literature fully differentiated
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Animal Farm - chapter 7 - new specification 9-1 English literature fully differentiated

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2 differentiated (by colour) lessons to support the teaching of chapter 7 of Animal Farm for the new linear specification (9-1) Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher Resources are planned around the new specification and provide opportunities to: - explore context - analyse writer's methods - explore character presentations - write imaginatively in role of a character on the farm - compare chapters - practice extract to whole - discuss interpretations
KS3 AQA language paper 2 Q1 and Q2 skills non fiction & 19th century non fiction synthesis
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KS3 AQA language paper 2 Q1 and Q2 skills non fiction & 19th century non fiction synthesis

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Ideal for year 7 or year 8. Five lessons to develop the AQA new specification paper 2 skills for question 1 and question 2 using the AQA KS3 papers. Also ideal for low ability KS4 - true or false task - summarise the differences Resources provide opportunity to: - explore non fiction texts - select and retrieve explicit information - develop inference skills - write summaries of differences between modern and 19th century non fiction texts Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher Texts included: - PGL leaflet - Edinburgh zoo web page - Light water valley leaflet - 19th century extract from The watercress girl - Modern non fiction text - Living dolls - Modern and 19th century text about street music
AQA English language paper 2 reading Exam revision new specification 9-1
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AQA English language paper 2 reading Exam revision new specification 9-1

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3 lessons to support the revision of the reading section of the new specification English language paper 2 for AQA. Using a sample paper (included) the 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
AQA English language new specification Synthesis Paper 2 question 2
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AQA English language new specification Synthesis Paper 2 question 2

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Resources to support the teaching of the skills needed for the new AQA paper 2 question 2. Opportunities provided for: - Exploring model answers - Exploring the mark scheme - Synthesising information from 2 texts - Using connectives effectively - Structuring a response to question 2 Texts on the themes of tattoos and prison (4 texts included) Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher
AQA English language new specification - Introduction to paper 2
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AQA English language new specification - Introduction to paper 2

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An introductory resource for AQA new specification paper 2 The resource guides students through what to expect on paper 2 and also provides 2 texts on the theme of prison (one modern text and the other from 19th century) for students to start exploring non fiction. Differentiation: purple = lower blue = middle yellow = higher