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Currently teaching English at secondary level. Producer of both KS3 and KS4 English Language and Literature resources.

Currently teaching English at secondary level. Producer of both KS3 and KS4 English Language and Literature resources.
War Photographer by Carole Satyamurti
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War Photographer by Carole Satyamurti

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Lesson tailored towards the Edexcel Conflict Poetry Anthology collection. Includes: Relevant context to the poem Notes on the form and structure of the poem In depth analysis of poem, with fully animated annotations for each stanza Learning Objectives: AO2: Analyse how language, form and structure are used to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate (15 marks) AO3: Show understanding of relationships between texts and the contexts in which they are written (5 marks) Useful for initial teaching of the poem, plus revision sessions.
A Christmas Carol Stave 1 REVISION
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A Christmas Carol Stave 1 REVISION

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Used for a middle ability year 11 class. Learning Objectives: To understand the exam assessment requirements To recall previous understanding of the novel AO1 To analyse the language and structure used by a writer to create meanings and effects AO2 Edexcel assessment information within PowerPoint. Additional resources provided, including extract from the novel for exam practice.
Creative Writing Setting (Show not Tell)
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Creative Writing Setting (Show not Tell)

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Introduction to creative writing. Created for a year 8 class, but also used for year 7. Tasks throughout lesson easily adaptable to revise key writing techniques for KS4 English Language. Learning Objectives: To explore the importance of setting. To gain an understanding of ‘show, not tell’. To describe a setting to a reader. Pupils will explore a variety of settings throughout the lesson and consider how those settings may be depicted by a writer. They will learn the fundamentals for ‘showing’ and not telling the reader what is happening within a story. Pupils will use their knowledge to peer and self-assess imaginative writing pieces they have created during the lesson.
Catrin by Gillian Clarke
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Catrin by Gillian Clarke

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Lesson tailored towards the Edexcel Conflict Poetry Anthology collection. Includes: Relevant context to the poem Notes on the form and structure of the poem In depth analysis of poem, with fully animated annotations for each stanza Learning Objectives: AO2: Analyse how language, form and structure are used to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate (15 marks) AO3: Show understanding of relationships between texts and the contexts in which they are written (5 marks) Useful for initial teaching of the poem, plus revision sessions.
Gothic Fiction Castle of Otranto
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Gothic Fiction Castle of Otranto

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Introduction lesson to Gothic Fiction, featuring an extract from Horace Walpole’s ‘The Castle of Otranto’. Lesson Objectives: To be able to identify the main features of the gothic genre. To learn about the origin and purpose of gothic fiction. To interpret information from a text and use quotations to explain your ideas. (English Language style questions within lesson to assess pupils comprehension of the text).
A Poison Tree by William Blake
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A Poison Tree by William Blake

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Lesson tailored towards the Edexcel Conflict Poetry Anthology collection. Includes: Relevant context to the poem Notes on the form and structure of the poem In depth analysis of poem, with fully animated annotations for each stanza Learning Objectives: AO2: Analyse how language, form and structure are used to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate (15 marks) AO3: Show understanding of relationships between texts and the contexts in which they are written (5 marks) Useful for initial teaching of the poem, plus revision sessions.
What Were They Like? by Denise Levertov
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What Were They Like? by Denise Levertov

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Lesson tailored towards the Edexcel Conflict Poetry Anthology collection. Includes: Relevant context to the poem Notes on the form and structure of the poem In depth analysis of poem, with fully animated annotations for each stanza Learning Objectives: AO2: Analyse how language, form and structure are used to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate (15 marks) AO3: Show understanding of relationships between texts and the contexts in which they are written (5 marks) Useful for initial teaching of the poem, plus revision sessions.
A Christmas Carol Stave 3 (Part 2) REVISION
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A Christmas Carol Stave 3 (Part 2) REVISION

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Used with a middle ability year 11 class. Learning Objectives: To read and understand Stave 3 of the novel. AO1 To explore the importance of the Cratchit family. AO2 To consider how the theme of social responsibility is presented *Ignorance and Want worksheet not provided due to copyright. Resource reduced in price as a result. Whole text question on social responsibility provided as exam practice.
A Midsummer Night's Dream Starters and Plenaries
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A Midsummer Night's Dream Starters and Plenaries

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Range of starters and plenaries to support pupils understanding of character, theme and plot within Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Perfect for KS3 but easily adaptable for KS2/4 study. Can be linked to a variety of reading and writing learning/assessment objectives.
No Problem by Benjamin Zepheniah
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No Problem by Benjamin Zepheniah

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Lesson tailored towards the Edexcel Conflict Poetry Anthology collection. Includes: Relevant context to the poem Notes on the form and structure of the poem In depth analysis of poem, with fully animated annotations for each stanza Learning Objectives: AO2: Analyse how language, form and structure are used to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate (15 marks) AO3: Show understanding of relationships between texts and the contexts in which they are written (5 marks) Useful for initial teaching of the poem, plus revision sessions.
Syntax - Functions of Sentences
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Syntax - Functions of Sentences

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Ideal for KS3, PowerPoint resource covers declarative, exclamative, interrogative and imperative sentences. Learning Objectives: To understand the main functions of sentences To identify these functions in writing Includes quiz as plenary activity and imperative worksheet to develop pupils understanding further.
Half-Caste by John Agard
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Half-Caste by John Agard

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Lesson tailored towards the Edexcel Conflict Poetry Anthology collection. Includes: Relevant context to the poem Notes on the form and structure of the poem In depth analysis of poem, with fully animated annotations for each stanza Learning Objectives: AO2: Analyse how language, form and structure are used to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate (15 marks) AO3: Show understanding of relationships between texts and the contexts in which they are written (5 marks) Useful for initial teaching of the poem, plus revision sessions.
1st Date She 1st Date He by Wendy Cope
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1st Date She 1st Date He by Wendy Cope

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English Literature resource produced to support teaching of the Edexcel Relationships Poetry Anthology (KS4). Learning Objectives: To consider how structure allows the reader to gain different perspectives on a relationship (AO2) To consider the language used to convey thoughts and emotions (AO2) Lesson involves: Pupils exploring the idea of ‘first dates’ and considering the gender differences between males and females. Considering the terms dramatic irony, situational irony, interior monologue and pathos in relation to the poem and its’ central ideas. Analysing the layout and structure of the poem. Considering the language used by the poet. Discussion of context: How has online dating and social media changed the dating game? Resource lends itself to being largely discussion based - pupils can be given time to discuss and analyse aspects of the poem and PowerPoint resource can be used to stimulate and structure feedback.
A Christmas Carol Stave 3
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A Christmas Carol Stave 3

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Second half of stave 3. Learning Objectives: To read and understand Stave 3 of the novel. AO1 To analyse key language features and techniques within the text. AO2 To understand the relationship between the novel and the context in which it is written. AO3 Lesson includes comprehension questions to check students understanding of the novel, differentiated questions to explore the importance of visiting Fred’s house and a worksheet to support the exploration of the characters Ignorance and Want.
English Language Paper 1 Section B Revision
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English Language Paper 1 Section B Revision

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GCSE English Language Paper 1 – Section B Imaginative Writing revision lesson. Learning Objectives: To have an awareness of exam requirements To practice imaginative writing skills Revision of key imaginative writing techniques and mini-writing activities.
A Christmas Carol Stave 1 (Part 2) REVISION
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A Christmas Carol Stave 1 (Part 2) REVISION

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Used for a middle ability year 11 set. Learning Objectives: To consider Scrooge’s treatment of others To analyse the significance of Marley’s visit in Stave 1 AO2 To consider the theme of the supernatural in the novel as a whole AO1 Focusing on Marley’s Ghost and the importance of his visit - extract attached for exam practice. Worksheet to support planning of whole text question provided.
A Christmas Carol Stave 3 REVISION
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A Christmas Carol Stave 3 REVISION

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Used with a middle ability year 11 class. Learning Objectives: To read and understand Stave 3 of the novel. AO1 To consider the presentation of the Ghost of Christmas Present. AO2 Ghost of Christmas Present worksheet provided on PowerPoint (best printed in A3) with weather extract provided for students to consider mood/atmosphere in the first part of this stave.
Gothic Fiction The Hound of Baskervilles
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Gothic Fiction The Hound of Baskervilles

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Lesson developed as part of an ‘Introduction to Gothic Fiction’ module delivered to year 8. Aim of module: to familiarise pupils with the conventions of Gothic Fiction and develop analysis skills (Language AO1). Lesson based on an extract from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’, in which the hound is described in detail. Content focuses on how the writer sets the scene and uses language to describe the hound. Lesson Objectives: To demonstrate an understanding of the gothic genre To demonstrate descriptive writing skills To identify language features and comment on their effect
The Class Game by Mary Casey
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The Class Game by Mary Casey

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Lesson tailored towards the Edexcel Conflict Poetry Anthology collection. Includes: Relevant context to the poem Notes on the form and structure of the poem In depth analysis of poem, with fully animated annotations for each stanza Learning Objectives: AO2: Analyse how language, form and structure are used to create meanings and effects, using relevant subject terminology where appropriate (15 marks) AO3: Show understanding of relationships between texts and the contexts in which they are written (5 marks) Useful for initial teaching of the poem, plus revision sessions.
Whose Life is it Anyway? Whole Unit
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Whose Life is it Anyway? Whole Unit

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Whole unit of work to support teaching of American play ‘Whose Life is it Anyway?’ by Brian Clark. Used for high ability year 9 class but can be used for KS4. Learning objectives focusing on analysis and evaluative skills, plus teaching of key themes and characters. Peer assessment, self-assessment and learning objective review worksheets included to use as formative assessment. Tasks support whole class reading and small-group work. Challenging terminology included to challenge MA students.