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Experienced Teacher of English and Senior Examiner. Particular interest in GCSE English Literature and A Level English Language.
GCSE English Language Revision Mats
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GCSE English Language Revision Mats

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Three revision mats, covering the challenges of the new GCSE English Language papers: language and structure analysis; evaluation of writers' methods; writers' perspectives and attitudes. The mats can be used in lessons or to prompt homework, as well as traditional sources of information for revision. Also useful to teachers and tutors of this subject, to help develop understanding of the exam requirements.
GCSE English Literature Paper 1 revision mat
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GCSE English Literature Paper 1 revision mat

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Designed for Year 11 students to revise the key areas of the Shakespeare and 19th century text. The mat includes key specialist vocabulary and top tips to help approach the extracts and extended responses.
GCSE English Literature Paper 2 revision mat
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GCSE English Literature Paper 2 revision mat

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Designed for Year 11 students, following the mock examinations. The revision mat offers top tips for the exam and explains clearly what is expected of students, from responding to texts and poetry to using comparative vocabulary.
GCSE English Literature 9-1: Comparing Love and Relationships Poetry
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GCSE English Literature 9-1: Comparing Love and Relationships Poetry

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A lesson designed to encourage students to think independently about making connections in the anthology poetry, whilst trying to incorporate the Assessment Objectives into their planning. Can be used as a generic tool to approach comparisons. This is approximately 2-3 hours of lesson time as the presentation includes a peer and self assessment opportunity.
Zooming out grid
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Zooming out grid

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Designed to extend thinking beyond the obvious for KS4 students, though could also be used with more-able KS3. The idea is to take a textual reference and 'zoom out' beyond initial impressions, to writer's techniques, writer's intentions and finally, symbolic meanings. Hopefully it might be useful to others.
The Power of Persuasion: Speech writing
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The Power of Persuasion: Speech writing

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Designed to work alongside the new A Level specification for AQA, this unit of work focuses on how speeches are created and encourages students to write their own piece, with supporting commentary.
The Power of Storytelling: Monologues
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The Power of Storytelling: Monologues

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Designed to work alongside the new A Level specification for AQA, this unit of work focuses on how monologues are created and encourages students to write their own piece, with supporting commentary.
Inference and deduction lesson: key GCSE skills.
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Inference and deduction lesson: key GCSE skills.

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Originally designed for use with Y9 students, this lesson focuses on developing an understanding of the writer's viewpoint and perspective, exploring the effects of language and structure in a text. A good introduction to core GCSE skills for KS3 students or editable to work with new GCSE specifications, this lesson includes an example response and peer assessment opportunity.
The Power of Information: Travel Writing
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The Power of Information: Travel Writing

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Designed to work alongside the new A Level specification for AQA, this unit of work focuses on how travel writing is created and encourages students to write their own piece, with supporting commentary.