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Whole lessons, worksheets and whole schemes of work! Tried and tested, engaging lessons with a range of activities and topics. Have fun! :)

Whole lessons, worksheets and whole schemes of work! Tried and tested, engaging lessons with a range of activities and topics. Have fun! :)
English and Sport - Commentary Skills
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English and Sport - Commentary Skills

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In this lesson, students are asked to consider the range of links between language and sport, particularly in sports commentary. They are shown examples of how commentary can make sport even more exciting, and are then asked to demonstrate this for a range of examples in an active task. Students are given a choice of which sport to create a detailed commentary for, which they can self/peer assess for effective creative writing skills at the end. Engaging and educational! All you need is: A printer for the images A powerpoint projector Acess to youtube to watch the example of Peter Drury’s commentary Have fun! :)
A Christmas Carol context - Poverty Game
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A Christmas Carol context - Poverty Game

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In this fun and educational lesson, students are asked to survive a week as a child in a large working class Victorian family. They must spend their money wisely, navigating through a series of choices and obstacles. This fun game helps them to understand exactly what poverty looked (and felt) like in Victorian times, to help their understanding of the context of 19th century literature, particularly A Christmas Carol! All you need is this powerpoint, and a printer to print off copies of the budgeting table (included on slide!) Extension activity included, but this game should last all lesson! Have fun! :)
English Pointless End of Year Quiz
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English Pointless End of Year Quiz

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A fun way to end the year with the students. Get them to face off over a series of 5 rounds of questions. Rules are explained on the slide. Everyone can take part! This lesson only requires: Powerpoint projector 2 x miniwhiteboards and pens class set of A4 paper Option: raffle tickets Enjoy! :)
The Apprentice Evaluation and CV Skills lesson
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The Apprentice Evaluation and CV Skills lesson

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In this lesson, students develop their skills of inference, comparison, analysis and evaluation, as well as their understanding of what a CV is and what a good one looks like. Students begin by considering their own aspirations. They are then given the chance to move around and read snippets from 8 different CVs, which they use to make an Alan Sugar-style decision about which of the 8 candidates they would hire for the role. The lesson concludes with a writing task for students to demonstrate their writing and evaluation skills. All you need is: A printer for the resources Blue tac to stick the CVs around the room A powerpoint projector Have fun! :)
Romeo and Juliet lesson - How much has love changed since 1600?
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Romeo and Juliet lesson - How much has love changed since 1600?

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In this lesson, students are given the chance to compare Shakespeare’s portrayal of love in Romeo and Juliet to a modern example of love (It had to be Love Island!) This lesson consists of an active group starter activity where students share and swap quote cards, analysis of a shakespearean and modern declaration of love with lots of peer work, and a final write up task to answer the big question: how much has love changed since 1600? Builds skills of inference, analysis, evaluation and comparison, and would work well for all exam boards. Created for year 8 but could be used/adapted for ks3/4. All you need is this powerpoint, and access to youtube and a printer! Thanks! :)
An Inspector Calls Storyboard Lesson
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An Inspector Calls Storyboard Lesson

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This lesson serves as a great introduction to the text An Inspector Calls. Students are given a range of engaging activities, from video clips, to discussion tasks, card sorts and a storyboard activity to finish! There is an extension activity included that asks students to consider the message of the play. Simple, fun and engaging - tried and tested! Have fun :)