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I currently teach and you can find resources for: WJEC A2 Literature: Christina Rossetti, The Duchess of Malfi, A streetcar Named Desire, Unseen Prose 1880-1910. WJEC AS Literature: Jane Eyre, A Room with a View, Ted Hughes, A Streetcar Named Desire. AQA AS Language and Literature: Robert Browning, Paris Anthology. AQA AS Language: Grammar, Pragmatics, Phonetics, Language and Region, Language and Occupation, Writing Opinion Articles. AQA GCSE: Paper 1 and Paper 2

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I currently teach and you can find resources for: WJEC A2 Literature: Christina Rossetti, The Duchess of Malfi, A streetcar Named Desire, Unseen Prose 1880-1910. WJEC AS Literature: Jane Eyre, A Room with a View, Ted Hughes, A Streetcar Named Desire. AQA AS Language and Literature: Robert Browning, Paris Anthology. AQA AS Language: Grammar, Pragmatics, Phonetics, Language and Region, Language and Occupation, Writing Opinion Articles. AQA GCSE: Paper 1 and Paper 2
The Duchess of Malfi Revision
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The Duchess of Malfi Revision

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PPT includes a comparative task with A Streetcar Named Desire (worksheet included) and a 2000 word document including potential exam questions and critics on A Streetcar Named Desire and The Duchess of Malfi.
The Duchess of Malfi Act 5 and Criticism
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The Duchess of Malfi Act 5 and Criticism

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This PPT lasts 2 double lessons minimum( 4 hours). It includes some performance criticism, historical criticism and feminist criticism as well as some quotation tasks designed to be compared alongside A Streetcar Named Desire. Also includes annotated Act5
GCSE Paper 1 Fiction The Mistetoe Bride
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GCSE Paper 1 Fiction The Mistetoe Bride

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This is the PPT for the lesson on the short story The Mistletoe Bride. I cannot share the whole text for Copyright reasons but the story can be found in Kate Mosse’s The Mistletoe Bride and other Haunting Tales which I highly recommend. This does have two short extracts to focus on structure and language. This is my most effective lesson in teaching Structure and students love having the whole story - plus it covers every structural feature! I use the mneumonic PROFESSOR PC which stands for Pace, Repetition, Openings, Focus, Endings, Sentence types, Shifts (spatial and temporal), Order of Events, Repetition again, Paragraph length and Contrast. There are also a few creative tasks at the end. This can be taught over 2-3 weeks and I use it in the run up to Xmas but it works anytime of the year.
A2 Literature WJEC - 10 Annotated Rossetti poems PART 1
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A2 Literature WJEC - 10 Annotated Rossetti poems PART 1

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Here are my annotated poems for Rossetti including: Have you Forgotten? Remember Sweet Death Echo A Triad Whatever is right, that ye shall receive Love from the North An Apple Gathering Winter My Secret Up-Hill Please note these are available with the lesson’s PPTs too.
AS Language Paper 1 - Q1 or 2 Meanings and Representations
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AS Language Paper 1 - Q1 or 2 Meanings and Representations

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One of my favourite texts for question 1 or 2 on Paper 1 of the AS. It’s an old GCSE text but is excellent for meanings and representations, not just of the jellyfish as monsters but of the Japanese as victims. Headline alone really consolidates students’ knowledge on Grammar (Exclammatory ‘Slimezilla!’ Noun Phrase, Verbs ‘threatens’ Pre-modification of ‘Monster’), Phonetics ( ! as prosodic feature of volume), Pragmatics (social understanding of Godzilla in Japanese culture and what ‘armada’ is) and Lexis and Semantics (‘armada’ as part of semantic field of war) and Graphology (representation of Jellyfish as monsters).
WJEC NEA Atonement & A Room with a View
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WJEC NEA Atonement & A Room with a View

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A collection of resources to teach the NEA for WJEC Eduquas A Room with a View and Atonement. Includes a study guide with questions and sections of texts for Atonement to act as a study guide for students.