An Inspector Calls JB Priestley Junior Sec Text Unit with Full Student Booklet, Unit Plan, Resources

An Inspector Calls JB Priestley Junior Sec Text Unit with Full Student Booklet, Unit Plan, Resources

A full, self-explanatory unit on reading and understanding J B Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ play.. Booklet covers everything you need and can be printed off for each student. Unit plan and accompanying resources for teachers included. Print it and run with it. Suits students of approximately 13-15 years of age: New Zealand Year 9, 10 or 11 students, Australian Year 8, 9 or 10 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students. Unit/Booklet includes: • Questions on Acts of the play • Editing task on the author • A character file task on the Inspector • Worksheets on characters and how they changed • A diary entry task • A fun debate task • A group brainstorm on the author’s purpose • Text response essay planning activities and grids for written answer preparation Booklet (18 pages) Unit plan (2 pages) + single use resources. * You could print whichever pages of the booklet you prefer to mould the unit to your liking and student needs. Happy Reading! * If you are using this unit as a text response unit to teach essay writing – please grab my walk-through essay writing booklet to go perfectly with this – you could even add the essay writing booklet pages to the same booklet if you buy both at once! So easy.
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Wide Reading Booklet for Junior Secondary – Reading Log, Reading Responses

Wide Reading Booklet for Junior Secondary – Reading Log, Reading Responses

A full, self-explanatory booklet on completing Wide Reading logs and tasks throughout the school year. Booklet covers everything you need for your junior secondary wide reading. Suits students of approximately 13-14 years of age: New Zealand Year 9 or 10 students, Australian Year 8 or 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students. (9 pages) Booklet includes: • Wide Reading Task Sheet with assessment tasks • Text Response starters • Reading Log Template • Answer examples + How to Write a Good Paragraph • Creative Text Response Activity grid • Book Suggestions with authors in levelled grid for Year 9,10,11 • Marking schedule * You could print whichever pages of the booklet you prefer to mould the unit to your liking and student needs. Happy Reading!
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Tomorrow When the War Began  -  Complete Junior Secondary Text Unit, Booklet & Teacher Resources

Tomorrow When the War Began - Complete Junior Secondary Text Unit, Booklet & Teacher Resources

Text reading, response and analysis unit complete with ready-to-print-out-and-go student booklet, teacher’s unit plan, notes & quotes, and more. Suits students of approximately 13-14 years of age: New Zealand Year 9 or 10 students, Australian Year 8 or 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students. Student booklet includes: Editing task on John Marsden, the author Character file templates Chapter Questions on the novel looking at important character changes, ideas, themes and events Survival checklist activity Dairy entry writing task Themes page Teacher Resources include: Sample Unit Plan Chapter quizzes and tests Notes for Projection & copying 3 pages of important quotes from the novel Words for a word wall display Optional extra extension or writing tasks * Can be used as a transactional writing unit – writing tasks include a diary entry, a map, instructions and a formal report. Task instructions and answer examples included. * Can be used as a text analysis unit to prepare for essay writing. Buy my Junior secondary essay writing booklet to go hand in hand with this unit. Everything you need to start running with this novel. So easy 😊
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Poetry Analysis - BRUCE DAWE – Marcel Marceau & Enter Without Knocking - Suits Year 11-13

Poetry Analysis - BRUCE DAWE – Marcel Marceau & Enter Without Knocking - Suits Year 11-13

Prepare for poetry analysis with your students by reading this ‘walk-through’ of 2 of Bruce Dawe’s poems. Marcel Marceau at the Comedy Theatre & Enter Without So Much as Knocking – 2 poems about the harsh reality of human life. Document includes the 2 poems in full, as well as a ‘walk-through’ document – each poem with explanation and analysis in chronological order, suitable to use as a guide in class as you step your students through each stanza. Helps you and your students to understand the poems, and sets up further discussion and analysis of poetic techniques and themes. 6 pages. Suitable for upper secondary students. New Zealand Year 11-13 students, Australian Year 10-12 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students, Post 16 Education, and English Higher Education or Tertiary Students.
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Graduation Speech on ‘5 UnTruths You’ve Been Sold About Life & How to Get Real’ - Full Document

Graduation Speech on ‘5 UnTruths You’ve Been Sold About Life & How to Get Real’ - Full Document

This is a speech which was given for a secondary school graduation ceremony. It takes approximately 20 minutes to present and is 9 pages long. While it does contain some personal anecdotes and information, it is easily adaptable and would provide an excellent more-than-starting-point for a graduation ceremony, assembly, or end-of-year presentation. The topic is “5 UnTruths You’ve Been Sold About Life & How to Get Real”. It was presented in a Christian school and encapsulates Christian values. The 5 main points made in it are: • I matter more than anyone else (Treat others with respect, and grow where you can) • I can do anything. (You have been given a unique set of skills and talents. Use them, and don’t try to be someone else.) • There is no right and wrong – do what you want (There is right and wrong. Do what’s right.) • I can do it all by myself (Appreciate and spend time with those who love and support you.) • I can do it all by myself: I don’t need God. (Accept God’s help. He loves you and can make life better.) Hopefully this is a great start to making life easier for your next school presentation 😊
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2 x Essay Structure Posters – Burger Style  - for English & other academic subjects

2 x Essay Structure Posters – Burger Style - for English & other academic subjects

Essay Structure Posters – Burger Style - for English & other academic subjects Colourful and helpful poster outlining parts of an essay for easy reference. Read to print onto A3 paper and add to your classroom display. Uses the TEEL format for essay paragraphs (Topic Sentence, Example, Explanation, Link) and gives an easy-to-follow pattern for students. In the same style are 2 posters – Essay Structure Poster (3 burgers plus intro & conclusion) and the Body Paragraph Structure Poster (one burger). See my other listings for the other poster, OR both posters are included in the Essay Writing Teacher Aids listing. Happy Essay Writing!
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Oral Presentations Booklet for Junior Secondary – Print and Hand Out

Oral Presentations Booklet for Junior Secondary – Print and Hand Out

Oral Presentations Booklet for Junior Secondary – Print and Hand Out A full, self-explanatory booklet on giving oral presentations. Booklet covers everything you need for your junior secondary speech assessment. Steps through a range of skills and activities to prepare students for giving their own speech at the end of the unit. Just print, hand out, and walk students through it. (26 pages) Easily adaptable, changeable, and you can add your own speech topics and marking schedule. Sections include: • Pre-unit survey • Terminology for speeches • Games and activities to get students speaking in front of their peers • Formal and informal language activity • Speech-making skills and notes • Graphic organiser template for speech writing Suitable for all classes at the lower secondary level – Years 9, 10 & 11 NZ, Years 8, 9, 10 Australia
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Teacher Aids for Teaching Essay Writing - Secondary English & Other Subjects

Teacher Aids for Teaching Essay Writing - Secondary English & Other Subjects

A collection of step-by-step aids for essay writing designed to be put up via your computer onto the large-screen projector. As students write each part of their essay, you can put up the corresponding page and walk them through what is needed, breaking things down into easy steps, and showing them examples. A very handy resource for the whole department. Also suitable for other subject areas in which essays are written. (9 pages) Includes: Essay structure poster Writing an introduction Writing a body paragraph poster Writing a body paragraph Quoting Connectives Writing a conclusion Editing Suitable for all classes at the secondary level, but particularly useful for the lower secondary – Years 9, 10 & 11
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Classroom Presence, Rapport & Classroom Management for New & Improving Teachers

Classroom Presence, Rapport & Classroom Management for New & Improving Teachers

3 documents rolled into one, containing a wealth of tips and information on how to manage your classroom effectively, from an experienced English teacher. Lots of great advice and techniques to try out. Stop wondering what else you can do, and read this.  Document 1: Classroom Presence – what it means to have ‘presence’ in the classroom, and what to do to ensure you have it. (1 page) Document 2: Rapport – how to establish rapport with your students (1 page) Document 3: Behaviour Management for the Secondary Classroom – sections covering how to act to minimise the need for behaviour management, what techniques to use during class to manage disruptions and poor behaviour, how not to sabotage your own classroom behaviour, and dealing with common issues that crop up (4 pages)
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Language Terms for Secondary English - Y10 Level

Language Terms for Secondary English - Y10 Level

Notes on language terminology, complete with lists and definitions, for each year of Secondary Schooling, increasing in breath and difficulty for each year level. Use as a complete list to give to students each year, and refer to them throughout the year as you memorise terms, hone skills and complete tasks. Buy one set for the English year level you teach, or pay less per set for a complete Secondary Language Terms Set. 1. Year 10 Language Terms – 10 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 14 years of age: New Zealand Year 10 students, Australian Year 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students 2. Year 11 Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 15 years of age: New Zealand Year 11 students, Australian Year 10 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 3. Year 12 Language Terms - 12 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 16 years of age: New Zealand Year 12 students, Australian Year 11 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 4. Year 13+ Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 17 years of age: New Zealand Year 13 students, Australian Year 12 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students, Post 16 Education, and English Higher Education or Tertiary Students Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: This set = Y10 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Colloquialism, Contrast, Cliché… etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc
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Language Terms for Secondary English - Y11

Language Terms for Secondary English - Y11

Notes on language terminology, complete with lists and definitions, for each year of Secondary Schooling, increasing in breath and difficulty for each year level. Use as a complete list to give to students each year, and refer to them throughout the year as you memorise terms, hone skills and complete tasks. Buy one set for the English year level you teach, or pay less per set for a complete Secondary Language Terms Set. 1. Year 10 Language Terms – 10 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 14 years of age: New Zealand Year 10 students, Australian Year 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students 2. Year 11 Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 15 years of age: New Zealand Year 11 students, Australian Year 10 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 3. Year 12 Language Terms - 12 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 16 years of age: New Zealand Year 12 students, Australian Year 11 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 4. Year 13+ Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 17 years of age: New Zealand Year 13 students, Australian Year 12 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students, Post 16 Education, and English Higher Education or Tertiary Students Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: Y11 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Allegory, Alusion, Ambiguity, Colloquialism, Contrast.. etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Brackets, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc
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Essay Writing - Step by Step Booklet - Senior Secondary

Essay Writing - Step by Step Booklet - Senior Secondary

This booklet walks students through the nitty gritty of essay writing. It is 7 pages in length, including a cover and can simply be copied off for each student. Very handy. Booklet includes sections on: Steps of essay writing Key words used in essay questions Annotated examples of an introduction, a body paragraph and a conclusion A planning grid A template for writing a draft essay This booklet is aimed at preparing students for text response essay writing in English. Suitable for students in Years 12 & 13, aged 16 & 17. They can use it to write an essay in response to any book, poem or film. The same format has been successfully used for essay writing in Australia and New Zealand. It is based on the TEEL format of Topic Sentence, Example, Explanation and Concluding thought for each body paragraph. :) Enjoy!
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Essay Writing - Step by Step Booklet  - Junior Secondary

Essay Writing - Step by Step Booklet - Junior Secondary

This booklet walks students through the nitty gritty of essay writing. It is 7 pages in length, including a cover and can simply be copied off for each student. Very handy. Booklet includes sections on: Steps of essay writing Key words used in essay questions Annotated examples of an introduction, a body paragraph and a conclusion A planning grid A template for writing a draft essay This booklet is aimed at preparing students for text response essay writing in English. Suitable for students in Years 10 & 11, aged 14 & 15. They can use it to write an essay in response to any book, poem or film. The same format has been successfully used for essay writing in Australia and New Zealand. It is based on the TEEL format of Topic Sentence, Example, Explanation and Concluding thought for each body paragraph. :) Enjoy!
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Language Terms for Secondary English - Y13

Language Terms for Secondary English - Y13

Notes on language terminology, complete with lists and definitions, for each year of Secondary Schooling, increasing in breath and difficulty for each year level. Use as a complete list to give to students each year, and refer to them throughout the year as you memorise terms, hone skills and complete tasks. Buy one set for the English year level you teach, or pay less per set for a complete Secondary Language Terms Set. 1. Year 10 Language Terms – 10 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 14 years of age: New Zealand Year 10 students, Australian Year 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students 2. Year 11 Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 15 years of age: New Zealand Year 11 students, Australian Year 10 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 3. Year 12 Language Terms - 12 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 16 years of age: New Zealand Year 12 students, Australian Year 11 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 4. Year 13+ Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 17 years of age: New Zealand Year 13 students, Australian Year 12 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students, Post 16 Education, and English Higher Education or Tertiary Students Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: Y13 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Allegory, Alusion, Ambiguity, Bias, Black Humour.. etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Brackets, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc
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Language Terms for Secondary English - Y12

Language Terms for Secondary English - Y12

Notes on language terminology, complete with lists and definitions, for each year of Secondary Schooling, increasing in breath and difficulty for each year level. Use as a complete list to give to students each year, and refer to them throughout the year as you memorise terms, hone skills and complete tasks. Buy one set for the English year level you teach, or pay less per set for a complete Secondary Language Terms Set. 1. Year 10 Language Terms – 10 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 14 years of age: New Zealand Year 10 students, Australian Year 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students 2. Year 11 Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 15 years of age: New Zealand Year 11 students, Australian Year 10 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 3. Year 12 Language Terms - 12 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 16 years of age: New Zealand Year 12 students, Australian Year 11 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 4. Year 13+ Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 17 years of age: New Zealand Year 13 students, Australian Year 12 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students, Post 16 Education, and English Higher Education or Tertiary Students Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: Y12 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Allegory, Alusion, Ambiguity, Bias, Colloquialism.. etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Brackets, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc
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Get To Know You Quiz & Starting Out Diagnostic Test - Year 11 English

Get To Know You Quiz & Starting Out Diagnostic Test - Year 11 English

Get To Know You Quiz & Starting Out Diagnostic Test - Year 11 1. A ‘Quick Quiz’ with a range of fun questions for your class to answer on the first day back. Questions include both silly items (colour of socks) and useful ones for the teacher (best school subject). (2 pages) 2. A Diagnostic test to help you with your initial familiarisation with your students. Covers editing, a few terminology questions, some homonym questions, and an extended writing section. (2 pages) * Suits students of approximately 15 years of age: New Zealand Year 11 students, Australian Year 10 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students
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Language Terms for Secondary English BUNDLE  - Y10, Y11, Y12, Y13

Language Terms for Secondary English BUNDLE - Y10, Y11, Y12, Y13

Language Terms for Secondary English Notes on language terminology, complete with lists and definitions, for each year of Secondary Schooling, increasing in breath and difficulty for each year level. Use as a complete list to give to students each year, and refer to them throughout the year as you memorise terms, hone skills and complete tasks. Suitable for use by the whole English Department. Buy one set for the English year level you teach, or pay less per set for a complete Secondary Language Terms Set. 1. Year 10 Language Terms – 10 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 14 years of age: New Zealand Year 10 students, Australian Year 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students 2. Year 11 Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 15 years of age: New Zealand Year 11 students, Australian Year 10 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 3. Year 12 Language Terms - 12 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 16 years of age: New Zealand Year 12 students, Australian Year 11 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students 4. Year 13+ Language Terms - 11 pages in length - Suit students of approximately 17 years of age: New Zealand Year 13 students, Australian Year 12 students, and UK Key Stage 4 students, Post 16 Education, and English Higher Education or Tertiary Students Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: Y10 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Colloquialism, Contrast, Cliché… etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: Y11 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Allegory, Alusion, Ambiguity, Colloquialism, Contrast.. etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Brackets, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: Y12 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Allegory, Alusion, Ambiguity, Bias, Colloquialism.. etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Brackets, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc Each set covers a range of areas that students need to know: Y13 Grammar & Parts of Speech Terms – Adverb, Antonym, Article, Connotation, Conjunction.. etc Sentences, Parts of Sentences Terms – Contention, Run-on Sentence, Clause.. etc Language Terms for this level – Analogy, Allegory, Alusion, Ambiguity, Bias, Black Humour.. etc Textual Terms to go with units on Novel, Film, Oral Presentations, Poetry Punctuation Terms – Apostrophe, Brackets, Capital Letters, Colon,.. etc
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Get To Know You Quiz & Starting Out Diagnostic Test - Year 10 English

Get To Know You Quiz & Starting Out Diagnostic Test - Year 10 English

Get To Know You Quiz & Starting Out Diagnostic Test - Year 10 1. A ‘Quick Quiz’ with a range of fun questions for your class to answer on the first day back. Questions include both silly items (colour of socks) and useful ones for the teacher (best school subject). (2 pages) 2. A Diagnostic test to help you with your initial familiarisation with your students. Covers editing, a few terminology questions, some homonym questions, and an extended writing section. (2 pages) *Suits students of approximately 14 years of age: New Zealand Year 10 students, Australian Year 9 students, and UK Key Stage 3 students
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First Day English Class Expectations Handout & Teacher Tips on Creating a Positive First Impression

First Day English Class Expectations Handout & Teacher Tips on Creating a Positive First Impression

First Day English Class Expectations & Teacher Tips on Creating a Positive First Impression 1. How to Create a Positive First Impression in your classroom – tips covering a range of areas from appearance, organisation, and how to act. (3 pages) 2. Handout – Teacher Expectation for English Class – expectations and rules covering most areas needed for secondary school. Easily adapted for your classroom, and could also be easily adapted for other subject areas. Includes behaviour, reassesments, late work, use of technology, appeals on grades, goals for the year, plagiarism/copying and more. (2 pages) Suitable for all classes at the secondary level. Could be adapted to suit any subject area.
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Printable Key Words for English Classrooms

Printable Key Words for English Classrooms

Printable Key Words for English Classrooms Large, colourful key words which can be printed in colour, cut apart, and put up for English classroom displays. Words include: analyse, compare, contrast, define, Evaluate, explain, interpret, justify, summarise and more. (11 pages include title page which says, ‘Key Words for English.’) Excellent for secondary English classrooms.
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English Classroom 'Keep Calm' Posters x14

English Classroom 'Keep Calm' Posters x14

14 x bright, positive messages for a Secondary English classroom :) Make creating a great display easy and fast. Messages include: Keep Calm and.. Arrive Organised Write Essays Read More Use Paragraphs.. and so on :)
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