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I am an English teacher who specialises in the teaching of English Language. I currently teach KS3, KS4 and KS5, though spend most of my time teaching KS5. My resources are printer friendly work sheets and graphic organisers that can be used alongside the teaching of key examination topics and themes.

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I am an English teacher who specialises in the teaching of English Language. I currently teach KS3, KS4 and KS5, though spend most of my time teaching KS5. My resources are printer friendly work sheets and graphic organisers that can be used alongside the teaching of key examination topics and themes.
Bayonet Charge: multiple interpretations analysis worksheet
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Bayonet Charge: multiple interpretations analysis worksheet

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A fully comprehensive annotated analysis of the poem 'Bayonet Charge'. Each annotation has an additional space for students to create their own interpretation for the same quotation which will help them to achieve a deeper analysis. This could be used for the AQA GCSE Literature Poetry (Power and Conflict) exam, or could be used as an unseen poetry resource.
Child language acquisition revision questions and answers
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Child language acquisition revision questions and answers

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A comprehensive set of 65 revision questions and answers to help students prepare for the child language acquisition component of their A Level English Language exam. The questions and answers have also been included in a 'cue card' style format so that the resource can be laminated for students to test each other in a quiz or board game style.
Great expectations: Miss Havisham close analysis
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Great expectations: Miss Havisham close analysis

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This is an extract from chapter 8 of the novel 'Great Expectations' in which Pip first encounters Miss Havisham. The extract includes comprehensive annotations along with additional spaces so that students can include their own interpretation to aid deeper analysis. A list of key evaluative and analytical vocabulary has also been added to support this. You could use this resource to work on close analysis language skills or close analysis perspective skill. It is aimed at top set students in KS4, though could be used to push the more able to achieve a grade 9 response through the use of the analytical and evaluative vocabulary on the resource.
Stone Cold: 'Shelter' extract close analysis
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Stone Cold: 'Shelter' extract close analysis

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This is an extract from the novel 'Stone Cold' which focuses on the character Shelter and his own personal perspective on homeless people. The extract includes comprehensive annotations along with additional spaces so that students can include their own interpretation to aid deeper analysis. You could use this resource to work on close analysis language skills or close analysis perspective skill. It is aimed at top set students in KS3, though could be used with lower ability students in KS4 to help them with their close analysis skills for GCSE English Language.
Evaluative vocabulary
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Evaluative vocabulary

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A list of evaluative vocabulary to use in essays- particularly question 5 for AQA GCSE English Language paper 1
Writing skills feedback grid
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Writing skills feedback grid

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A writing skills feedback grid that helps students respond to feedback after having completed a writing response. Students cross reference the number to the grid against their name- the teacher no longer needs to write the same feedback over and over again in the student exercise book.
Annotated extracts from Rani and Sukh
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Annotated extracts from Rani and Sukh

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A set of 2 annotated extracts from the novel 'Rani and Suk'. The annotations have a close language analysis focus. Students are encouraged to become active readers as they need to match the annotations to the correct quotations
Belfast Confetti: multiple interpretations analysis worksheet
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Belfast Confetti: multiple interpretations analysis worksheet

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A fully comprehensive annotated analysis of the poem 'Belfast Confetti'. Each annotation has an additional space for students to create their own interpretation for the same quotation which will help them to achieve a deeper analysis. This could be used for the AQA GCSE Literature Poetry (Power and Conflict) exam, or could be used as an unseen poetry resource.
Improving and redrafting narrative expositions (new AQA GCSE English Language)
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Improving and redrafting narrative expositions (new AQA GCSE English Language)

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A set of 4 differentiated activites that helps students to improve the writing of their narrative expositions. Each activity focuses on the understanding and application fo a particular skill (eg using verbs to create atmosphere, showing not telling etc) before students then redraft their initial narrative exposition. This has been designed for the new AQA GCSE English Language paper 1
Writing skills self assessment activity
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Writing skills self assessment activity

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After completing a transactional or fiction writing task, students use the self assessment activity sheet to select a task which will most appropriately help them respond to feedback. This resource is aimed at mixed ability KS3 students, though could be used with low ability KS4 students who need extra help with their writing accuracy.
Reading skills self assessment activity
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Reading skills self assessment activity

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After completing an analytical response, students use the self assessment activity sheet to select a task which will most appropriately help them respond to feedback. This resource is aimed at mixed ability KS3 students, though could be used with low ability KS4 students who need extra help with writing their analytical responses.
Great expectations: Magwitch close analysis
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Great expectations: Magwitch close analysis

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This is an extract from chapter 3 of the novel 'Great Expectations' in which Pip has his second encounter with the convict Magwitch. The extract includes comprehensive annotations along with additional spaces so that students can include their own interpretation to aid deeper analysis. A list of key evaluative and analytical vocabulary has also been added to support this. You could use this resource to work on close analysis language skills or close analysis perspective skill. It is aimed at top set students in KS4, though could be used to push the more able to achieve a grade 9 response through the use of the analytical and evaluative vocabulary on the resource.
Gender bias in written texts
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Gender bias in written texts

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A list of key terms and their definitions linked to gender bias in written texts. Each definition has a short application task attached in order to check student understanding.