This is a super detailed lesson on Act 3 Scene 4 of Macbeth (The Banquet scene). I have used this multiple times and have found it perfect for higher ability students. However, it is also very easy to differentiate for mid-level and less-able students.
Not only does it include a bunch of activities, it also contains a direct link to a performance of the scene on YouTube to make your lives a little easier.
This is the perfect resource for this key scene and is probably best used for a double lesson.
Hope it makes all your lives a little easier.
A complete lesson, perfectly suited to a double that goes into a deep analysis of Act 2 Scene 1 of Macbeth. It features loads of different activities as well as extensions. It is suited best to higher level students.
There are clear learning objectives/clear starters/peer review opportunities/extention tasks all in one powerpoint!
An awesome resource for teaching Macbeth Act 2 Scene 2. It is perfect for a double and aimed at higher achieving students. Included are: clear learning objectives/starter/loads of tasks/extension activities/opportunities for extended writing/and Homework tasks.
An awesome resource for teaching Macbeth Act 2 Scene 4. It is perfect for a double and aimed at higher achieving students. Included are: clear learning objectives/starter/loads of tasks/extension activities/opportunities for extended writing.
Starting Macbeth can be really tough…not with this awesome resource. This resource is a double lesson that is filled with relevant task, including: Starters, extensions, stretch activities, opportunities for extended and essay writing. It also covers basic and more complex aspects of context and pushes the students to analyse the text in terms of language/structure and form.
NB: This is targeted predominantly at AQA GCSE students at a higher ability, but there is enough differntiation that it can work for lower level students. It can also be easily adapted for other exam boards.
If you like this resource, why not check out my full SOW for Act 1! IT will save you HOURS on planning and prep!
A brilliant Macbeth intervention lesson that is useful for GSCEs - Years 10 and 11. It is designed to help students focus their writing on the Witches and the supernatural.
It has been used in intervention lessons by the entire department and has been particularly useful for the higher ability students, though is easily differentiated.
This resource focuses on question 4 of language paper 1 (critical evaluation). I have found it very successful in the past.
This great great resource focuses on the first page of 1984. This is ideal as a guided activity and was specifically designed for a mid-level group, though could easily be adapted up or down.
it has tons of questions and some really useful activities to help develop students skills.
The download contains a complete lesson and resource.
This is the first lesson in a small series of five that goes over An Inspector Calls. This lesson in an overview lesson that focuses primarily on the purpose of the play and what the characters represent,
The lesson can easily be used as a double lesson and features loads of high ability ideas and activities to help the students revise.
It can be very easily differentiated downwards and is designed to really get the students thinking.
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This is a revision lesson that is designed to help student’s analyse Macbeth’s character. It has been differentiated and includes loads of activities so that the students are doing more writing and you less speaking.
The focus of the lesson is on the development of Macbeth’s character and the idea of a tragic hero. It is mainly designed for high ability, but there is enough differentiation that it can be easily adapted for multiple levels.
Included is an bonus sheet that give you every instance of Macbeth’s speech. Making finding quotes even easier!
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A comprehensive resource designed as an intervention/revision lesson on Lady Macbeth.
It is highly differentiated to offer tasks for different student abilities and includes key information and techniques so that students are able to quickly offer detailed exam level responses.
Resource includes a little booklet that gives students every instance of Lady Macbeth’s speech so that they aren’t searching desperately for quotes.
A collection of lessons aimed at helping students get through AQA English language paper 1.
All these lessons are tried and tested and include a variety of genuinely interesting extracts that my students enjoyed.
This is a curated revision booklet for AQA English Language Paper 1 and Paper 2 (Reading section). It contains about 35 practice papers.
This is the ultimate resource for helping your students push that Language grade that little bit higher. Perfect for Homework/Mocks and in lessons.
I have even included a student friendly mark scheme for every question,
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About five lessons to introduce KS3 students to the core skills of descriptive writing.
’Show not Tell.’
It can easily be adapted for GCSE and includes starters with evidence of interleaving.
This is a research based lessons aimed at higher level students that focuses on the students building independent study and research skills on how Scrooge changes as a character.
There are loads of activities in the powerpoint and a model that the students need to critique. It also includes a GCSE style question and full WWW/EBI plenary.
Hope you all find it useful.
A revision lesson that focuses on the younger generation in An Inspector Calls.
The lesson is designed as a lean revision lesson that focuses on key quotes and a thesis for each of the younger characters.
There are several activities within the lesson, but it’s very much more of a direct teaching type of lesson.
A great lesson including a starter, main activity and peer-review plenary to help prepare students for Language Paper 1 Question 3 (Structure analysis).
An extract has been included, though it can easily work with any extract.
Struggling to keep up with that darn Macbeth planning? I got you covered…well I got you covered on Scenes 1,2 and 4. I think my Scene 3 got deleted :)
These lessons have loads of activities and will definately help in terms of your analysis with he students. Each lesson has starters, extensions, differentiation throughout, homework tasks and categorisation regarding themes and context!
A highly streamlined resource that is designed purely for revision purposes.
It focuses on the older generation in An Inspector Calls with key quotes and a thesis for helping to address the author’s intention with each character. There are a few activities in the lesson and could quite easily be used for at couple hours worth of teaching.