A set of three poetry comparison structure strips to help ensure students hit all aspects of the mark scheme in their response. Simply stick them in the margin and set students off on a question and encourage them to use the strip to remind them of the importance of covering all parts of the question in their response.
The students should glue these to the margin of their page and then use them for guidance when completing a persuasive writing task. They are designed to help students include more of the features of this specific style of writing as they should tick the bullet point as they include it.
This resource works in a similar way to a structure strip. It can be put in the margin of an exercise book when a student is completing AQA English Language question 2 and they are able to tick off content as they include it/ look at what they should be focusing on/ how they should be structuring their response for this particular question.
This resources enables students to revise high end key terminology, key quotations, high end terms to describe the characters. It will last 1-2 hours depending on the level of detail students include in their responses and should be enlarged to A3 to ensure students have enough space to respond to the tasks.
A bumper workbook to take students through the different aspects of word classes, also including some additional pages focusing on spellings, word definitions and morphemes. A great way to build understanding of English Language to aid analysis of texts.
This fun Christmas quiz contains 30 questions and answers on AQA texts ‘A Christmas Carol’, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ and ‘An Inspector Calls’. Great as a revision lesson or a fun end to the term before Xmas.
This is a collection of 10 200 word challenge activities. These can be printed and used as a revision booklet or timed in class at the beginning of a lesson to encourage students to revise for AQA English Language Paper 1 Section B.
A resource for the margin of the page when students are writing to inform. The students can use it for guidance to remind them of the features of this style of writing. They can tick them off as they add them.
A set of key quotation tables which increases the amount of blanks on each quotation so the sheets become progressively more difficult meaning students have to learn the key quotes.
The last sheet is just pictures linked to the key quotes so students will then know them off by heart and be able to write the full quote in. Students can move up and down the level of challenge depending on how many they correctly remember.
The sheets can also be used for quotation analysis.
A series of questions to develop students critical thinking in relation to ‘A Christmas Carol’. Students also have the opportunity to analyse quotations in finer detail and think about contextual factors in a more sophisticated manner.
A set of 5 descriptive/ narrative writing 200 word challenges. These are designed to be displayed on the IWB and can be used to practise the skills required for AQA paper 1 section b whilst providing students with a bit of festive spirit.
This resource is a good platform fro beginning to analyse poems on an individual basis rather than a comparative basis. The question is 'How does Browning present madness in 'Porphyria's lover'? Students have a table to guide them on how to structure a response to such question.
This resource contains flashcards for revision purposes using word by word analysis of key quotations from the play. They can be printed off and made into handy revision flashcards or shown to the class via a whiteboard or even displayed on a screen in a corridor in order to aid students with memorising quotations.