AQA A-Level Unseen Poetry - 5 exam questions laid out exactly like the exam papers, tips on how to approach the exam questions, 10 love poems to analyse in lesson and a list of poems to analyse independently. Great for students or teachers using the new AQA A-Level English Literature exam.
Six unseen prose exam questions that all follow the AQA exam format. The extracts are all from post-1945 novels: The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Life of Pi, After the Fire, The Remains of the Day, The Bell Jar and The Power.
Lessons covering the whole of Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Includes worksheets, homework tasks, assessment practice and analytical paragraph writing guides/ sentence starters. Suitable for Year 9-11.
Five unseen poetry questions, laid out exactly like the GCSE AQA exam questions. PowerPoint including with activities, an explanation of the marking schemes for unseen poetry and a template for how to layout the unseen poetry essay.
Lessons on 13 poems from Skirrid Hill by Owen Sheers. Includes multiple essay questions, a critical theory worksheets, homework tasks, and a guide to which poems fall under which theme in the collection. Suitable for Y12 and 13.
16+ lessons on Skellig by David Almond, covering the whole novel. Includes worksheets, homework tasks, a practice assessment, an assessment and analytical paragraph writing guides/ sentence starters. Suitable for Year 6, 7 or 8.
The recap quiz contains 35 fill in the blank factual questions about all 15 poems. There is also an answer sheet for teachers. The quote quiz includes 3 fill in the blank quotes per poem - again, containing all 15 poems.
Whole scheme of work for Willy Russell’s updated musical Our Day Out. There are 8 detailed PowerPoints/ lessons with hyperlinks to video clips and songs from the musical. There is a midterm quiz and a final assessment where students are asked to analyse a character from the play using an extract. There are extra homework/ cover lesson tasks and a knowledge organiser.
Eight AQA-style exam extracts for the Love Through the Ages paper. There are AQA-style sentence stems for the questions with blanks for students to fill in. This requires them to think like an examiner and figure out which theme the extract links to. There are sample questions that students can use to create their questions. They can then answer their own question.