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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.

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.
An Inspector Calls: Weekly Quotations, Context and Vocabulary Booklets

An Inspector Calls: Weekly Quotations, Context and Vocabulary Booklets

This is an extremely useful resource to be used alongside the study of J.B.Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls’. There are three booklets included that cover seven weeks of homework. The first booklet contains weekly comprehensive homework tasks that requires pupils to learn key quotations, a short piece of contextual information and three pieces of vocabulary. The second booklet contains weekly tests to check their learning. These tests are cumulative, so require pupils to retain knowledge from previous weeks. The final booklet contains the answers to all weekly tests to enable teachers to quickly and accurately mark pupils’ work. This could alternatively be distributed to pupils in order for them to self or peer mark. These booklets have proved to be invaluable in preparing our pupils for the demands of GCSE English Literature. Their ability to retain quotations and discuss the text confidently has greatly improved, and the pupils can see their learning is very clearly structured.
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Animal Farm: Quotations, Contextual Information and Vocabulary WEEKLY TASKS

Animal Farm: Quotations, Contextual Information and Vocabulary WEEKLY TASKS

This is an extremely useful resource to be used alongside the study of George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’. There are three booklets included that cover ten weeks of homework. The first booklet contains weekly comprehensive homework tasks that requires pupils to learn three key quotations, a short piece of contextual information and three pieces of vocabulary. It also contains a weekly task. The second booklet contains weekly tests to check their learning. These tests are cumulative, so require pupils to retain knowledge from previous weeks. The final booklet contains the answers to all weekly tests to enable teachers to quickly and accurately mark pupils’ work. This could alternatively be distributed to pupils in order for them to self or peer mark. These booklets have proved to be invaluable in preparing our pupils for the demands of GCSE English Literature. Their ability to retain quotations and discuss the text confidently has greatly improved, and the pupils can see their learning is very clearly structured.
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'Of Mice and Men' Weekly Knowledge Tests STUDENT AND TEACHER BOOKLETS

'Of Mice and Men' Weekly Knowledge Tests STUDENT AND TEACHER BOOKLETS

This is a comprehensive set or resources to be used for homework. Students receive the student booklet at the start of the unit. This contains weekly key quotations, contextual information, vocabulary alongside a weekly task based on that week’s reading. Students are tested on what they have learned in the answer booklet provided which is kept at school. This is cumulative, meaning that they must retain what they have learned in previous weeks and are tested on this. A teacher booklet is included with all the relevant information for teachers.
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Weekly Knowledge Based Homework QUOTATIONS, KEY TERMS, CONTEXT

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Weekly Knowledge Based Homework QUOTATIONS, KEY TERMS, CONTEXT

This is a comprehensive set of resources for use at GCSE. Students are asked to learn a set of quotations, a piece of context and one to three key words for homework. This is cumulative. The corresponding tests require the students to retain and revise the information they have learnt in previous weeks. With this bank of knowledge, they have the tools they need to produce high quality essays. A teacher booklet is included with all relevant resources.
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A-Level King Lear Revision Quiz

A-Level King Lear Revision Quiz

A set of 35 questions designed to test the students’ understanding of the play, based on the required assessment objectives. The questions increase in difficulty, and many require extended responses.
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Macbeth Essay: Exemplar Intro and First Paragraph

Macbeth Essay: Exemplar Intro and First Paragraph

An introduction and first paragraph modelled for the pupils in response to the question: ‘Starting with this extract, explore the significance of Lady Macbeth and Macbeth’s reactions to Duncan’s murder.’ The pupils were then asked to complete the second part of the essay.
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Act 1 Scene 5 Romeo and Juliet's First Meeting

Act 1 Scene 5 Romeo and Juliet's First Meeting

A lesson which focuses on Romeo and Juliet’s language and includes an activity which requires the pupils to act out part of the scene to support their understanding. The lesson culminates in an analytical paragraph with writing guide.
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An Inspector Calls- Taking Context Further

An Inspector Calls- Taking Context Further

A comprehensive lesson which provides students with detailed context on the play, before asking them to make links with key moments and quotations from across the text. There is a top grade exemplar for the students to assess their work against.
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A-Level Knowledge Organiser: Songs of Innocence and Experience

A-Level Knowledge Organiser: Songs of Innocence and Experience

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.
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Tess of the D'urbervilles A-Level Knowledge Organiser

Tess of the D'urbervilles A-Level Knowledge Organiser

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.
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The Handmaid's Tale Knowledge Organiser

The Handmaid's Tale Knowledge Organiser

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.
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Jekyll and Hyde quotation and key terms homework, matching tests and weekly exam style question

Jekyll and Hyde quotation and key terms homework, matching tests and weekly exam style question

Weekly homework to accompany the study of 'The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' at GCSE. This resource contains three slides to be used each week for seven weeks. One slide contains a list of quotations from that week's reading of the text along with key terms to learn. It is followed by a slide that requires them to fill in the missing words from the quotations, and give definitions for the key terms. There is then a slide with an exam style essay question with a writing guide.
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