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English literature and language resources from KS3-5. I have a real passion for teaching and learning and take great pleasure in creating and updating resources for students. The KS4 resources are based on the AQA specification. The KS5 resources are based on AQA English Literature B. Most resources are transferable and can easily be used regardless of this.

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English literature and language resources from KS3-5. I have a real passion for teaching and learning and take great pleasure in creating and updating resources for students. The KS4 resources are based on the AQA specification. The KS5 resources are based on AQA English Literature B. Most resources are transferable and can easily be used regardless of this.
Top Level GCSE Macbeth Essay: AQA 2018 Question
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Top Level GCSE Macbeth Essay: AQA 2018 Question

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An exemplar essay in response to the summer 2018 AQA question on William Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’. Starting with this moment in the play, explore how Shakespeare presents the attitudes of Macbeth and Banquo towards the supernatural.
The Handmaid's Tale Knowledge Organiser
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The Handmaid's Tale Knowledge Organiser

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A two-sided A4 knowledge organiser for A-Level students studying 'The Handmaid's Tale. It contains a bank of key information that relates to each of the AQA assessment objectives. My students have found it extremely useful as a quick reference point when constructing essay plans, particularly to ensure they are hitting all the assessment objectives. This was printed off and laminated.
'A Streetcar Named Desire' A-Level Knowledge Organiser
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'A Streetcar Named Desire' A-Level Knowledge Organiser

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A two-sided A4 knowledge organiser for A-Level students studying ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’. It contains a bank of key information that relates to each of the assessment objectives. My students have found it extremely useful as a quick reference point when constructing essay plans, particularly to ensure they are hitting all the assessment objectives. It is also an excellent revision tool. This was printed off and laminated for each student.
King Lear A-Level Knowledge Organiser
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King Lear A-Level Knowledge Organiser

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A two-sided King Lear A4 knowledge organiser for A-Level students, that contains a bank of key information that relates to each of the AQA assessment objectives. My students have found it extremely useful as a quick reference point when constructing essay plans, particularly to ensure they are hitting all the assessment objectives. On the preview it appears as though the boxes overlap; this is not the case on the actual download.
Model exemplar Lady Macbeth essay
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Model exemplar Lady Macbeth essay

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A complete and colour-coded top band essay response to the below question: Starting with this extract, explain how far you think Shakespeare presents Lady Macbeth as a villain. (Act 1 Sc7 l.32-45)
A-Level Knowledge Organiser: Songs of Innocence and Experience
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A-Level Knowledge Organiser: Songs of Innocence and Experience

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A two-sided A4 knowledge organiser for A-Level students studying William Blake’s ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’. It contains a bank of key information that relates to each of the AQA assessment objectives. My students have found it extremely useful as a quick reference point when constructing essay plans, particularly to ensure they are hitting all the assessment objectives. It is also an excellent revision tool. This was printed off and laminated.
'Frankenstein' A-Level Knowledge Organiser
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'Frankenstein' A-Level Knowledge Organiser

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A two-sided A4 knowledge organiser for A-Level students studying Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’. It contains a bank of key information that relates to each of the assessment objectives. My students have found it extremely useful as a quick reference point when constructing essay plans, particularly to ensure they are hitting all the assessment objectives. It is also an excellent revision tool. This was printed off and laminated for each student.
Tess of the D'urbervilles A-Level Knowledge Organiser
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Tess of the D'urbervilles A-Level Knowledge Organiser

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A two-sided A4 knowledge organiser for A-Level students studying 'Tess of the D'urbervilles'. It contains a bank of key information that relates to each of the AQA assessment objectives. My students have found it extremely useful as a quick reference point when constructing essay plans, particularly to ensure they are hitting all the assessment objectives. It is also an excellent revision tool. This was printed off and laminated.
Jekyll and Hyde Revision Questions
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Jekyll and Hyde Revision Questions

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Twenty-five questions, which become increasingly difficult, and are designed to test understanding of the text and the context surrounding it. If students are able to confidently answer all the questions in this resource, I would consider them to be well-prepared for their GCSE examination.
Top Level 'An Inspector Calls' Exemplar Essay: Mr Birling
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Top Level 'An Inspector Calls' Exemplar Essay: Mr Birling

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A level six exemplar essay in response to the question: Explore the presentation of Mr Birling in the opening of ‘An Inspector Calls’. A table with pupil-friendly success criteria can be found at the top, enabling pupils to assess the piece in order to support them in employing the same success criteria in their own work.
Bank of AQA English Literature Paper Two Questions
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Bank of AQA English Literature Paper Two Questions

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This resource includes twenty exam style essay questions on ‘An Inspector Calls’, eight exam style essay questions on the Power and Conflict poetry cluster and three unseen poetry and poetry comparison questions. These can all be used for exam practice/revision.
Analysis of Squealer's first speech in Animal Farm
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Analysis of Squealer's first speech in Animal Farm

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A lesson which supports students in developing their understanding of Squealer's speech before analysing it. It includes a writing guide and an exemplar paragraph for self/peer assessment. It was created for Y.9 but could easily be used for GCSE.