An Inspector Calls - Eric Character Example Essay

An Inspector Calls - Eric Character Example Essay

An essay that clearly outlines how Eric Birling has changed for the better throughout the course of the play. It is a helpful resource to show a full mark response. It outlines many dramatic, structural and language techniques that are used to present Eric.
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GCSE Unseen Poetry Bundle

GCSE Unseen Poetry Bundle

A bundle with a terms PPT that goes along with the unseen poetry notes. Notes are extensive and cover all poetic terms and what the exam is wanting you to include. Another document has examples of GCSE standard poems to analyse.
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KS3 or GCSE Creative Writing Bundle

KS3 or GCSE Creative Writing Bundle

This bundle includes a PowerPoint that teaches GCSE level punctuation needed for Creative Writing and English Language. It is presented in a fun and interactive way through the use of Memes and things that are familiar to teenagers. There is also worksheets that show engaging openings, opportunities to practice punctuation etc.
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An Irish Airman Forsees His Death Poetry Analysis W.B. Yeats

An Irish Airman Forsees His Death Poetry Analysis W.B. Yeats

A detailed analysis of the poem broken down into a couple of lines at a time with plenty of techniques and effects mentioned. This can be shown to your pupils for them to annotate their own poems or can be printed off as a handout for them. Details of form, language, imagery, rhyme and rhythm and tone too.
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The Castle Poetry Analysis by Edwin Muir

The Castle Poetry Analysis by Edwin Muir

An in depth analysis of the poem 'The Castle' by Edwin Muir. All techniques and effects have been analysed one stanza at a time. This presentation can be used to show the pupils and allow them to annotate their own poems or to be printed out and given out.
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Theme of Sin in The Pardoner's Tale by Chaucer The Canterbury Tales

Theme of Sin in The Pardoner's Tale by Chaucer The Canterbury Tales

Notes include an analysis of the different forms of sin that occur in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Pardoner’s Tale. This includes the Seven Deadly Sins, Gambling and Swearing etc. The notes are extensive and analyse main episodes, quotes and context in regards to sin. These notes will help to make an informed answer about the theme of sin.
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The Field of Waterloo by Thomas Hardy Poetry Analysis

The Field of Waterloo by Thomas Hardy Poetry Analysis

A presentation that analyses Hardy's poem 'The Field of Waterloo' stanza by stanza. It highlights the various techniques and their specific effects especially in conveying the horror of the war. There is also contextual information included as well as specific information on form, structure and rhyme. This presentation can be displayed to your pupils for them to annotate around their own poems or it can be printed off as a detailed handout to save time.
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Homophones worksheet for KS3

Homophones worksheet for KS3

A great five page worksheet of different homophones that has room for the definition of each homophone and I have included examples where the pupils are to slot the correct homophone. A great worksheet for English as a Second Language too as they are confronted with having to make the decision of each homophone.
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KS3  'Dulce et Decorum Est' and 'The Solider' Comparative War Poetry Bundle

KS3 'Dulce et Decorum Est' and 'The Solider' Comparative War Poetry Bundle

I have used all of these worksheets and presentations to analyse war poetry at KS3 level. The presentations include context and analysis of the poems and the worksheets allow for further annotation. One worksheet can also be sued for group work to analyse the poems in stanzas. A presentation and worksheet focus on how to effectively compare and structure the two pieces of war poetry.
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Failure of Leadership in King Lear and Burial at Thebes

Failure of Leadership in King Lear and Burial at Thebes

A sample essay answering whether the tragic outcome of the two plays was due to a failure of leadership in King Lear and the Burial at Thebes. This answer draws upon specific quotes and context in order to create an informed explanation. Suitable for A2 Level/A Level students studying these plays.
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