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I am a secondary school English teacher. My resources are intended for English Language and Literature students from KS3-5.

I am a secondary school English teacher. My resources are intended for English Language and Literature students from KS3-5.
Frankenstein Newspaper Article Writing Activity
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Frankenstein Newspaper Article Writing Activity

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This is a lesson for a lower ability KS3 class (I used it with a Year 8 class) looking at the features of newspaper articles and asking pupils to write an article based on the death of William Frankenstein in the Oxford Playscripts edition of 'Frankenstein'. This pack contains the lesson PPT (can be split into two lessons if required), two starter activities, a planning worksheet, a scaffolding worksheet and a newspaper wordsearch that can be used as an extension activity.
Macbeth Act 5 Scene 1: How does Lady Macbeth’s language mirror her language earlier in the play?
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Macbeth Act 5 Scene 1: How does Lady Macbeth’s language mirror her language earlier in the play?

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This lesson asks students to compare and contrast Lady Macbeth's language in Act 5 Scene 1 with her language earlier in the play in order to show how her character has changed. Includes the full lesson Powerpoint, copy of Act 5 Scene 1 (with glossary), extracts from two scenes at the beginning of the play, and a comparative worksheet. This will develop pupils' ability to link events, consider how Shakespeare constructs character, and write about quotations and extracts in relation to the play as a whole.
Henry V Act 3 Scene 1 Context and Analysis
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Henry V Act 3 Scene 1 Context and Analysis

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This is a lesson for a middle to higher ability KS3 class (I used it with a Year 9 class) looking at the context of Shakespeare's 'Henry V', in particular Act 3:1, and at the use of persuasive techniques in Henry's speech. This pack contains two lesson PPTs, containing a number of activities (lessons can be split/divided as you wish), a question worksheet and a list of persuasive techniques which can be used for scaffolding.
Quotation Hexagons Juliet and Capulet's Relationship in Romeo and Juliet
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Quotation Hexagons Juliet and Capulet's Relationship in Romeo and Juliet

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Using a grid of hexagons, pupils must map the changing relationship of Juliet and her father in Romeo and Juliet from Act 1 to Act 5, using points and linking them to quotations, in order to consider how Shakespeare portrays their relationship and Capulet’s attitude to his daughter. The Powerpoint contains an exam question and extract which link to the worksheet. This lesson is intended as a revision or exam skills activity, aimed at high and middle ability KS4 students.