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I have been teaching English for 21 years in various teaching establishments including mainstream, private and SEN; both abroad and in the UK. I enjoy making student centred, fun resources to enable all students to access great literature.

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I have been teaching English for 21 years in various teaching establishments including mainstream, private and SEN; both abroad and in the UK. I enjoy making student centred, fun resources to enable all students to access great literature.
Shakespeare Game Bundle
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Shakespeare Game Bundle

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Bundle Including: The Macbeth Cluedo game (updated): Rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for discovery based learning. Resource includes Learning Objectives, Rules, Crime scene Investigation Report, Cluedo Board, Character cards, Quotation cards, Room cards, player chart and differentiation ideas. To introduce students to the theme of Tragedy, Murder, Suspicion, Motive and Revenge in Macbeth. To familiarise students to the main characters, language, setting and plot. To enable discovery-based learning within small groups. To lead to further discussion of character roles and motivation, based on exploration of quotations. Once this resource has been downloaded and laminated it can be used time and time again in a variety of ways Also including Macbeth Snap game. The Romeo and Juliet Board Game and Role Play. Exciting and innovative resource. Starts with Board Game, pupils collect 'Gansta' card (which will decide whether they are in the Capulet or Montague gang) and quotation cards on the way around the board. They finish with a Prince question card. This will then lead to a matching activity, character with quotation. Differentiated cards allow for progression and allowing the more able students to be challenged. Activity leads onto a class discussion and role play as to each characters' responsibility for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Learning Aims: To introduce students to the theme of Tragedy, Revenge, the ‘Butterfly effect’ and characterisation and motivation. To familiarise students to the main characters, language, setting and plot. To enable discovery-based learning within small groups. To lead to further discussion of character roles and responsibility towards Romeo and Juliet’s deaths, based on exploration of quotations. Prince holds court with questioning suspects. Resource includes: Game Board Heart Counters 'Gangsta' cards. Quotation cards Differentiated quotation cards Police question cards Pupil chart to complete at end of task Shakespeare Bundle: Macbeth Cluedo (updated) Macbeth Snap Romeo and Juliet Board Game and Role Play
Writing Newspaper Articles.
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Writing Newspaper Articles.

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A introduction to Newspaper Article writing. Includes PPT focusing on elements of Newspapers; Tabloid v Broadsheet Activity for students to their write own newspaper article. Template for newspaper article. Example of newspaper article. Extension work Lesson Plan Information for the article
An Inspector Calls: 'Bingo' and other engaging activities to aid learners.
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An Inspector Calls: 'Bingo' and other engaging activities to aid learners.

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Resources brimming with fun filled activities to engage and aid the learner of 'An Inspector Calls'. This resource can be used to revise key themes, characterisation, quotations and context, as well as to introduce these topics. GCSE English Literature: AQA, WJEC, EDEXCEL, OCR. Resource includes: Differentiated Bingo game Game Boards Character cards Quotation cards Context game PPT Role play PPT
MACBETH CLUEDO
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MACBETH CLUEDO

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Original and Innovative Macbeth Cluedo game. Rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for discovery based learning. Resource includes Learning Objectives, Rules, Crime scene Investigation Report, Cluedo Board, Character cards, Quotation cards, Room cards, player chart and differentiation ideas. To introduce students to the theme of Tragedy, Murder, Suspicion, Motive and Revenge in Macbeth. To familiarise students to the main characters, language, setting and plot. To enable discovery-based learning within small groups. To lead to further discussion of character roles and motivation, based on exploration of quotations. Once this resource has been downloaded and laminated it can be used time and time again in a variety of ways. Resource includes: PPT with embedded Macbeth trailer and Cluedo Board/ Player's Counters and Room and Character Cards downloads. Macbeth Snap Full Lesson Plan Worksheets (differentiated) .
Grammar activity for ESOL/EAL beginners.
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Grammar activity for ESOL/EAL beginners.

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An exciting and interactive resource for beginner EAL or ESOL learners. A set of 4 challenges introduces the students to the Present Simple and Progressive tenses, the Future tense and Comparative. The students have to complete the 4 challenges to sent the racing car around the track to the finish line.
Macbeth Snap game
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Macbeth Snap game

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Macbeth Snap: introduces pupils to the characters and quotations around the murder of King Duncan. Resource also include differentiated cards, where pupils have to match the quote to character using prior knowledge of the text. Great as a lesson starter and goes particularly well with my other resource MACBETH CLUEDO, where these characters and quotes are used to find where the characters were located at the time of the murder, as well as possible motives. Both games are fun tools to familiarise students with the theme, plot, setting and characterisation. It has proved successful when trying to demonstrate discovery based learning.
An Inspector Calls:  Character Role Play.
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An Inspector Calls: Character Role Play.

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A fun and engaging set of lessons to aid the understanding and context of the characters in An Inspector Calls and their responsibility for the death of Eva Smith. The resource includes a class, paired and small group role-play activity, a follow up worksheet which incorporates a P.E.E activity and a planning sheet for an exam style question.
Romeo and Juliet: Focus on Romeo
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Romeo and Juliet: Focus on Romeo

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Resource designed to focus pupils on the character of Romeo. Could be used as a starter activity, as an introduction to Romeo and Juliet or a closer analysis of Romeo's character. To aid OCR and AQA English GCSE (final year) controlled assessment and examination for the following years..
5 Senses lessons
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5 Senses lessons

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Some lessons focusing on the 5 senses. Includes a descriptive writing task using similes and adjectives and a speaking/listening activity.
Assembly Ideas
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Assembly Ideas

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4 different ideas for assemblies. Includes PPTs on: St Nicolas; the Truth about Saint Nicolas The Solar System Orangutans Extreme Weather and Climate Change.
Monologues (Creative prose)
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Monologues (Creative prose)

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Lessons to investigate and create monologues. The resource includes starter activity, looking at famous monologues: Mickey - Blood Brothers and Chocolate Cake - Michael Rosen, both resources have attached transcripts. It also includes writing monologue activity with visual stimuli. Ticks the 'creative prose' box for GCSE English (WJEC) Include: Lesson plan PPT starter and other activities Handouts Writing activity to create own monologue. Extension activity: Cloze procedure for Blood Brothers Includes video extracts.
GCSE English Language and Structure Game
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GCSE English Language and Structure Game

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Aimed at GCSE or Year 6 SATs pupils learning to analyse extracts and to recognise Language and Structure devices. Particularly for the GCSE English Language Paper 1. A fun and interactive game resource for student centred learning, to learn and recognise the terminology needed for the exam. Can be used as a starter to develop into an analytical approach to reading a sample exam extract. Included is a revision booklet for progression, which includes GCSE exam questions.
MACBETH CLUEDO - updated
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MACBETH CLUEDO - updated

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Original and Innovative Macbeth Cluedo game. Rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for discovery based learning. To introduce students to the theme of Tragedy, Murder, Suspicion, Motive and Revenge in Macbeth. To familiarise students to the main characters, language, setting and plot. To enable discovery-based learning within small groups. To lead to further discussion of character roles and motivation, based on exploration of quotations. Once this resource has been downloaded and laminated it can be used time and time again in a variety of ways. Resource includes: PPT with embedded Macbeth trailer and Cluedo Board/ Player's Counters and Room and Character Cards downloads. Macbeth Snap Full Lesson Plan Worksheets (differentiated) .
Romeo and Juliet Game and Role Play
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Romeo and Juliet Game and Role Play

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Exciting and innovative resource. Starts with Board Game, pupils collect 'Gansta' card (which will decide whether they are in the Capulet or Montague gang) and quotation cards on the way around the board. They finish with a Prince question card. This will then lead to a matching activity, character with quotation. Differentiated cards allow for progression and allowing the more able students to be challenged. Activity leads onto a class discussion and role play as to each characters' responsibility for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Learning Aims: To introduce students to the theme of Tragedy, Revenge, the ‘Butterfly effect’ and characterisation and motivation. To familiarise students to the main characters, language, setting and plot. To enable discovery-based learning within small groups. To lead to further discussion of character roles and responsibility towards Romeo and Juliet’s deaths, based on exploration of quotations. Prince holds court with questioning suspects. Resource includes: Game Board Heart Counters 'Gangsta' cards. Quotation cards Differentiated quotation cards Police question cards Pupil chart to complete at end of task
Romeo and Juliet Game Board and Role Play
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Romeo and Juliet Game Board and Role Play

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Exciting and innovative resource. Starts with Board Game, pupils collect 'Gansta' card (which will decide whether they are in the Capulet or Montague gang) and quotation cards on the way around the board. They finish with a Prince question card. This will then lead to a matching activity, character with quotation. Differentiated cards allow for progression and allowing the more able students to be challenged. Activity leads onto a class discussion and role play as to each characters' responsibility for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Learning Aims: To introduce students to the theme of Tragedy, Revenge, the ‘Butterfly effect’ and characterisation and motivation. To familiarise students to the main characters, language, setting and plot. To enable discovery-based learning within small groups. To lead to further discussion of character roles and responsibility towards Romeo and Juliet’s deaths, based on exploration of quotations. Prince holds court with questioning suspects. Resource includes: Game Board Heart Counters 'Gangsta' cards. Quotation cards Differentiated quotation cards Police question cards Pupil chart to complete at end of task
The REAL Easter Egg Hunt
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The REAL Easter Egg Hunt

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Use this fun, fully differentiated, interactive resource to introduce your pupils to the Real Meaning of Easter. Pupils play the Easter Egg Hunt Game, collecting eggs which can be traded for picture cards of Easter. They then discover the real meaning of these picture with reference to symbolic relevance to the Easter Story. This is an ideal Easter Topic to cover lessons approaching Easter holidays. Aspects of the curriculum covered: Literacy: read and follow instructions, match pictures to words. Extension: understand the meaning of symbols and recognise their importance with reference to Easter. To write the right word to the picture. Extension: to write an explanation for the symbol. Numeracy: To count numbers on a spinner and count on numbers to reach target. R.E: to understand the story of Easter and understand the relevance of the Symbols we see at Easter time, with reference to Jesus. Art: to create own Easter pictures and or Symbols of Easter with an attached meaning. Fully Differentiated Resource includes: Lesson PPT Game Board Counter and Spinner Matching cards and Pictures game (Stage 1, 2 and 3) Chart to describe picture, word, meaning and Symbol (Stage 1, 2 and 3) Art Gallery pictures and symbols (Stage 1, 2 and 3) Full Lesson Plan Last updated Mar 3, 2016, created Mar 3, 2016