This covers different types of poetry including the themes of War, Nature and Landscape etc. Very structured activities provided along side the lessons.
This resource arms students with what they need to do if they find themselves in a position of a bystander.
This unit of work on John Keats is an exploration of his life and his Sonnets and Odes. The assessment task attached to the unit is reflective journaling.
Exploring ideas and themes in I am Malala and Made in Dagenham, which is the VCE Comparative Text. These can be used as posters or an activity for students to complete. You can provide students with a blank table and see what they come up with themselves or use this as a brochure to hang up in the classroom/bedroom etc.
This resource breaks down what mindfulness is so that students can see how they are able to apply it to their every day lives.
The Picture of Dorian Gray Lecture Series identifies a range of key content areas including the following: Characterisation Views and Values Symbols Themes/Ideas Allusions Plot
This resource is suitable for middle year students, preferably Yr 6-9. It takes the student through the difference between an issue and topic. It teaches students how to determine their own contention on an issue and provides resources for students to look at. It also begins the process of teaching students about persuasive techniques.