Non Fiction

Non Fiction

Can be used to teach y10 or Y11 Non-Fiction Analysis. Download the free Clarkson Article from my other resources to accompany this.
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CCEA: Identity Poems Teacher Resource Pack

CCEA: Identity Poems Teacher Resource Pack

A teacher resource pack for those teaching CCEA GCSE English Literature Poetry: Identity. Hopefully you find this helpful. It has been set up to print to A3 but I am sure this could be changed.
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Robert Frost 'Gathering Leaves' Analysis

Robert Frost 'Gathering Leaves' Analysis

The following resource is a PowerPoint my A Level students have made that analyses Robert Frost's 'Gathering Leaves' I use it for the CCEA specification: The Study of Poetry 1900-Present and it contains notes on: language and imagery, rhyme, rhythm, structure, tone, speaker, analysis of title, context etc. Hopefully you find this useful. Thanks *NOTE: When I upload more analytical videos/presentations I will be compiling them into a Bundle so it is cheaper for you to purchase!
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Robert Frost Video Analysis of Going For Water

Robert Frost Video Analysis of Going For Water

The following resource is a video I have made that analyses Robert Frost's 'Going for Water' I use it for the CCEA specification: The Study of Poetry 1900-Present and it contains notes on: language and imagery, rhyme, rhythm, structure, tone, speaker, analysis of title, context etc. I have uploaded it in MP4. I generally ask students to analyse the poem using question prompts in class and then send them home to watch the videos to ensure I am expedient with my time management. It also ensures students can discuss the poem to understand it fully during class time and then get the thorough analysis required at home. Hopefully you find this useful. Thanks *NOTE: When I upload more analytical videos I will be compiling them into a Bundle so it is cheaper for you to purchase!
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Robert Frost's 'Mowing' Analysis

Robert Frost's 'Mowing' Analysis

The following resource is a PowerPoint my A Level students have made that analyses Robert Frost's 'Mowing' I use it for the CCEA specification: The Study of Poetry 1900-Present and it contains notes on: language and imagery, rhyme, rhythm, structure, tone, speaker, analysis of title, context etc. Hopefully you find this useful. Thanks *NOTE: When I upload more analytical videos/presentations I will be compiling them into a Bundle so it is cheaper for you to purchase!
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Multimodal Resources

Multimodal Resources

A collection of some CCEA GCSE English Language Paper 1 Section B: Multimodal Texts resources.
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Video Analysis of Robert Frost's Birches

Video Analysis of Robert Frost's Birches

The following resource is a video I have made that analyses Robert Frost's 'Birches' I use it for the CCEA specification: The Study of Poetry 1900-Present and it contains notes on: language and imagery, rhyme, rhythm, structure, tone, speaker, analysis of title, context etc. I have uploaded it in MP4. I generally ask students to analyse the poem using question prompts in class and then send them home to watch the videos to ensure I am expedient with my time management. It also ensures students can discuss the poem to understand it fully during class time and then get the thorough analysis required at home. Hopefully you find this useful. Thanks *NOTE: When I upload more analytical videos I will be compiling them into a Bundle so it is cheaper for you to purchase!
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Analysis of Paul Maddern's Efface

Analysis of Paul Maddern's Efface

Teaching Notes / an annotated copy of Paul Maddern's Efface. For use with the CCEA GCSE English Literature Specification - September 2017. From the Identity Anthology. I hope you find this useful!
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Robert Frost - For Once, Then Something

Robert Frost - For Once, Then Something

The following resource is a video I have made that analyses Robert Frost's 'For Once, Then Something' I use it for the CCEA specification: The Study of Poetry 1900-Present and it contains notes on: language and imagery, rhyme, rhythm, structure, tone, speaker, analysis of title, context etc. I have uploaded it in MP4. I generally ask students to analyse the poem using question prompts in class and then send them home to watch the videos to ensure I am expedient with my time management. It also ensures students can discuss the poem to understand it fully during class time and then get the thorough analysis required at home. Hopefully you find this useful. Thanks *NOTE: When I upload more analytical videos I will be compiling them into a Bundle so it is cheaper for you to purchase!
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CCEA GCSE September 2017 Specification: Reading to access Media Texts

CCEA GCSE September 2017 Specification: Reading to access Media Texts

Hi all, This is a lesson taken from the CCEA SAM that guides students through an analysis of the language and presentational features of the Titanic Wedding Brochure. I have then sourced materials from: Alton Towers, The Galgorm Spa and Resort, The Royal Hospital and Childline, with similar questions to ensure that students can practise answering the new style questions in preparation for the exam. Hope it helps
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Essay Help Seamus Heaney and Robert Frost

Essay Help Seamus Heaney and Robert Frost

Some brief essay guidance for AS students studying the CCEA AS Study of Poetry: 1900-Present: Robert Frost and Seamus Heaney Anthology. Based on the Self-Reflection Question from the specimen paper. Hope this helps!
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Seamus Heaney and Robert Frost - The Creative Process

Seamus Heaney and Robert Frost - The Creative Process

GCE AS Level CCEA: The Study of Poetry 1900-Present: Robert Frost and Seamus Heaney. Here is a brief and simple essay plan to get students started for the theme of 'The Creative Process' - examining The Peninsula and Mowing. Hope this helps. :)
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Frost and Heaney 'Self Discovery' Colour Coded Paragraphs

Frost and Heaney 'Self Discovery' Colour Coded Paragraphs

A sample introduction and paragraph on Form/Structure for the CCEA AS Level Study of Poetry 1900-Present unit. This looks at Heaney's 'Personal Helicon' and Frost's 'Birches' and examines the theme of self discovery. Note: this is NOT a full essay, merely a starting point. I have given this to my students then asked them to finish the essay, looking at Imagery and Language, Tone and Theme. Hope you find this useful!
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