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Welcome to my shop! I've got lots of great English and whole-school literacy stuff. Feel free to browse!

Welcome to my shop! I've got lots of great English and whole-school literacy stuff. Feel free to browse!
Reading Challenges
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Reading Challenges

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A grid of reading challenges to get students into reading. This could be a homework, form activity or half term competition to boost literacy.
GCSE Writing Skills Audit
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GCSE Writing Skills Audit

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A handy checklist for students to assess their confidence with writing skills. This could be linked to either English or whole-school literacy.
Guide to Paper I, Question 3 - Structure
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Guide to Paper I, Question 3 - Structure

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A quick guide to the requirements of Paper 1, Question 3 on structure, with some novel openings to explore and a short, timed question on the opening to The Grapes of Wrath". I have also provided a longer version of the extract to use as practice for a full Question 3 response.
Creative Writing Revision -Saving Private Ryan
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Creative Writing Revision -Saving Private Ryan

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WARNING: Video clip contains upsetting scenes. A creative writing task ideal for lower ability/resit students for GCSE. It is based on the Omaha Beach scene in Saving Private Ryan. Students watch the clip, self assess their writing skills and complete a writing task based on the following question: **Describe an important or significant day in your life ** Fits in well with AQA Paper 1.
An Inspector Calls - Dramatic Monologue
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An Inspector Calls - Dramatic Monologue

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Plan, write and deliver a dramatic monologue by Eva Smith, persuading the other factory workers to join her on strike. This would work well as a Speaking and Listening task or a piece of persuasive writing to revise writing skills or enrich students’ understanding of Eva and wider contextual issues of the play.
Class Ethos
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Class Ethos

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Features class expectations, equipment list and Year 11 GCSE key words list. I have used it for English lessons, but it can be adapted to any subject. Great for sticking in front of books.