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This is an English shop, with many resources aimed at A Level and GCSE. There is also a strong focus on GCSE Language and preparing Year 9 students for GCSE. I OFFER GREAT BUNDLES CALLED "BIG CAT BUNDLES" WHICH OFFER SERIOUS REDUCTIONS. Some of the resources offer a "All you need to teach a text" approach, with a large number of resources in one place. Others are more discrete and focused. They have all been used in the classroom, using the latest AQA specifications.

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This is an English shop, with many resources aimed at A Level and GCSE. There is also a strong focus on GCSE Language and preparing Year 9 students for GCSE. I OFFER GREAT BUNDLES CALLED "BIG CAT BUNDLES" WHICH OFFER SERIOUS REDUCTIONS. Some of the resources offer a "All you need to teach a text" approach, with a large number of resources in one place. Others are more discrete and focused. They have all been used in the classroom, using the latest AQA specifications.
“Big Cat Bundles” - Big Revision Bundle for “Poetry”

“Big Cat Bundles” - Big Revision Bundle for “Poetry”

Stop Press! Extra poetry resources added 21/05/18! This detailed bundle pulls together all the Revision resources for “Power and Conflict Cluster – Poetry” in ONE place. Many are detailed, hand prepared resources, and offer ideas and focus to students preparing for the examination. The Bundle offers value for money and puts a lot of resources into one place – easy to access and share with students. Many are ideal for printing as detailed revision booklets or for student downloads onto pc’s/tablets etc. They offer a surprising amount of detail in a small, compact, accessible space. Although focused on AQA GCSE Level as a specific syllabus the resources are readily transferable to other exam boards or the International Baccalaureate. “Big Cat Bundles” – the bundles with bite!
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"Big Cat Bundles"  - Big  Revision/Teaching Bundle for "Othello"

"Big Cat Bundles" - Big Revision/Teaching Bundle for "Othello"

Stop press! Extra resources added to give even better value on 21/05/18 Big Cat bundles" The bundles with teeth! This detailed bundle pulls together all the Revision resources for “Othello” in ONE place. Many are detailed, hand prepared resources, and offer ideas and focus to students preparing for the examination. The Bundle offers value for money and puts a lot of resources into one place – easy to access and share with students. Many are ideal for printing as detailed revision booklets or for student downloads onto pc’s/tablets etc. They offer a surprising amount of detail in a small, compact, accessible space. Although focused on AQA A Level as a specific syllabus the resources are readily transferable to other exam boards or the International Baccalaureate.
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“Big Cat Bundles” - Big Revision/Teaching Bundle for “Macbeth”

“Big Cat Bundles” - Big Revision/Teaching Bundle for “Macbeth”

Stop Press! Extra resources added at NO extra cost on 21/05/18 Best value bundle around! Big Cat bundles - the bundles with teeth ! “Big Cat Bundles” - Big Revision Bundle for “Macbeth” This detailed bundle pulls together all the Revision resources for “Macbeth” in ONE place. Many are detailed, hand prepared resources, and offer ideas and focus to students preparing for the examination. The Bundle offers value for money and puts a lot of resources into one place – easy to access and share with students. Many are ideal for printing as detailed revision booklets or for student downloads onto pc’s/tablets etc. They offer a surprising amount of detail in a small, compact, accessible space. Although focused on AQA GCSE Level as a specific syllabus the resources are readily transferable to other exam boards or the International Baccalaureate. “Big Cat Bundles” – the bundles with bite!
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Teaching A Level AQA Tragedy - The WHOLE Course in 13 weeks

Teaching A Level AQA Tragedy - The WHOLE Course in 13 weeks

Teaching AQA Tragedy over 13 Weeks This resource attempts to give you the key information that you need to introduce, teach, assess and revise AQA Tragedy over 13 weeks – ie the long term before Xmas, perhaps. It includes 87 separate resources, many of them detailed and handmade. There are enough resources here to support 13 weeks’ worth of teaching, allowing also for some activities which you devise to suit your classes and test their knowledge. It is based upon the teaching of “The Great Gatsby”, “Richard II” and “Othello” for the AQA Tragedy specification. It also provides detailed introductions to the genre of Tragedy itself. It provides questions and model answers to assess after each text is taught (3 in total) and then suggests the Summer 2017 paper for an end of unit assessment, which it also fully supports. It offers specific extracts from Othello for detailed focus upon. The resources could be put onto the school network for students to use to support their examinations. NB: We teach Tragedy in Year 13 in long term before Xmas and Crime in Year 12 I assume 10 lessons a fortnight of 60 mins duration 13 weeks equal 65 lessons in total on Tragedy If classes are taught by 2 teachers you will need to divide responsibilities It’s a big advantage if your students are able to read Gatsby at end of Year 12 or during summer holidays Overall, this resource offers a wealth of material to prepare students for this exam. Full details are on the Course overview spreadsheet.
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"The Tiredness of Rosabel" - 2017 Language exam - support Powerpoint - READING SKILLS SECTION

"The Tiredness of Rosabel" - 2017 Language exam - support Powerpoint - READING SKILLS SECTION

Many of you will be doing the 2017 Summer Exam as a mock this DEC/JAN and this Powerpoint is designed to support that process. It is based on "The Tiredness of Rosabel" AQA GCSE Language paper and deals with Section A the reading section. I have included all the obvious things in one place - mark schemes, summary of examiners report comments etc, but I've also added tips on how to improve on each question, analysis etc. I've tried to summarise examiner comments into student friendly language. Ideally the presentation should be used as you give the work back to the students and you can enhance it, obviously, with specific comments related to your own students.
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AQA November 2017 LANG Paper 2 Writers' Viewpoints "The Ragged School"  etc Support Resources

AQA November 2017 LANG Paper 2 Writers' Viewpoints "The Ragged School" etc Support Resources

These resources support the AQA Paper 2 Writers' Viewpoints and Perspectives exam paper from November 2017. They include a detailed support PowerPoint with model answers/tips etc and support posters with further detail/annotated extracts/more model answers/suggestions etc. This would be an ideal resource should you want to use this AQA Paper as a MOCK resource prior to the exams in the summer. It is part of a package of resources that I've created to support the Summer and November LANGUAGE and LITERATURE exams (Lang and Lit in summer 2017. and Lang in November 2017). Other similar resources are in my Big Cat Bundles in my shop! Please have a look at my shop and my web site - details are at the shop site, plus lots of other free resources. I offer big value bundles and large scale resources to cover a complete topic. I provide a range of Big Cat Bundles that offer massive price reductions and offer lots of resources in one place. I also have a range of resources to support A Level teaching, particularly relate to TRAGEDY and CRIME. Many of the resources are handmade in order to provide a more personal, original touch. Many are designed for Interactive White Board presentation, or they can be copied into revision booklets etc. Another option is to download onto a school site, like Sharepoint, and allow students to view on their computers etc. If you like what you find, please offer feedback. Thank you and good luck with your teaching
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GCSE Language Paper 1 Reading skills - Don't Ask Jack and Enduring Love

GCSE Language Paper 1 Reading skills - Don't Ask Jack and Enduring Love

AQA - Language Paper 1 GCSE Language Paper 1 Reading Skills This resource offers 2 separate assessment opportunities to support AQA GCSE Language Paper 1 Reading Skills. The 2 papers are Enduring Love by Ian McEwan and Don’t Ask Jack by Neil Gaiman. The resource includes exam papers, mark schemes, support PowerPoints with model answers, student exemplars, printable summary sheets, and support posters. These papers are ideal practice for the GCSE exams. See my shop for more resources to support GCSE Language and Literature, plus A Level too. Don’t Ask Jack is more suited to Key Stage 3 or a weaker GCSE class, whereas Enduring Love is more challenging. Together they offer 3 to 4 lessons worth of material.
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Getting ready for GCSE Language Paper 2 - Analysis of 2017 Paper 2 - "Boy Lost"/Guardian article

Getting ready for GCSE Language Paper 2 - Analysis of 2017 Paper 2 - "Boy Lost"/Guardian article

This is a companion piece to the "Tiredness of Rosabel" resource, which I produced recently. This one focuses on the READING section of AQA GCSE Language Paper 2 from Summer 2017 - The Guardian Article" , "How can my son be a year old already?" and the 19th century piece "Boy Lost". Many of you will be using this as mock exam, perhaps in January or later. We are! It includes a 40 plus slide Powerpoint going through each question with model answers,examiner comment, student responses teacher suggested responses, tips, summary of examiners' report feedback etc. The other resource is 8 posters for use as IWB display which summarises the answers and offers detailed annotations of the two extracts, suggested approaches etc. Basically this gets everything ready for you should you choose to use this AQA exam as prep for 2018. I hope that my lot can learn lessons from doing this as a mock. I've also included the question paper and the insert to save you time. Other similar resources are in my Big Cat Bundles in my shop! Please have a look at my shop and my web site - details are at the shop site, plus lots of other free resources. I offer big value bundles and large scale resources to cover a complete topic. I provide a range of Big Cat Bundles that offer massive price reductions and offer lots of resources in one place. I also have a range of resources to support A Level teaching, particularly relate to TRAGEDY and CRIME. Many of the resources are handmade in order to provide a more personal, original touch. Many are designed for Interactive White Board presentation, or they can be copied into revision booklets etc. Another option is to download onto a school site, like Sharepoint, and allow students to view on their computers etc. If you like what you find, please offer feedback. Thank you, and good luck with your teaching.
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Teaching the "Unseen Crime section"  for AQA A Level  - 7 Unseen Extracts analysed in detail

Teaching the "Unseen Crime section" for AQA A Level - 7 Unseen Extracts analysed in detail

This resource offers 7 Unseen Crime extracts which are them annotated via 7 teacher responses to offer guidance on how they could be approached. This support the Unseen Crime section of AQA Crime at A Level. My resources are designed to be detailed, useful, and offer value for money. They have all been used in the classroom. If you find these resources useful please give feedback.
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Even More! A Level Unseen Crime Extracts (Part 3)

Even More! A Level Unseen Crime Extracts (Part 3)

AQA A Level Crime - Unseen Extracts - 26 documents in total ! Even More Unseen Crime Extracts to Analyse! This is the third in my series of Unseen Crime extracts, to support the Crime paper on the AQA A Level English Literature examination. They follow a similar format to the previous two. There are 10 extracts, covering a range of Crime sub genres: Golden Age/Hard Boiled/Psychological thriller/Historical Crime/Courtroom crime drama etc. Each extract is in word individually for students to work on, plus they are gathered together into a 22 page scanned student booklet. All ten extracts (with teacher notes for each one) are also individually available in Word and are also annotated and collected into a scanned 32 page teacher booklet, which also has a page of teacher notes at the back of each extract to help teach each one and to prompt discussion. I have also added some extra Unseen resources to enhance the package: Ways into Unseen Analysis Posters, a very detailed PowerPoint lesson looking at the Susan Hill Unseen example paper, a presentation on TYPES of Crime fiction, and a PowerPoint with ideas on how to approach the Unseen element. This package should provide some last minute practice before the exams.
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GCSE Language Paper 2 - "Blackpool" versus "Verona" Paper and Support for exams

GCSE Language Paper 2 - "Blackpool" versus "Verona" Paper and Support for exams

This resource offers further opportunities for students to do an GCSE AQA Language Paper 2, Writer’s Viewpoints and Perspectives The resource is based around the AQA paper comparing Blackpool by Bill Bryson with Dickens’s travelogue on Verona, It includes: Question papers, mark schemes, the sources, a detailed support PowerPoint explaining how to maximise marks on each question, a selection of support posters, including activities for the written task (Question 5), an example written response to peer assess, and extra support material to improve persuasive writing for Question 5. Basically this offers a good last chance to “do” a Paper 2 and assess it BEFORE the exams. Everything you need is here. Please have a look at my shop and my web site - details are at the shop site, plus lots of other free resources. I offer big value bundles and large scale resources to cover a complete topic. I provide a range of Big Cat Bundles that offer massive price reductions and offer lots of resources in one place. I also have a range of resources to support A Level teaching, particularly relate to TRAGEDY and CRIME. Many of the resources are handmade in order to provide a more personal, original touch. Many are designed for Interactive White Board presentation, or they can be copied into revision booklets etc. Another option is to download onto a school site, like Sharepoint, and allow students to view on their computers etc. If you like what you find, please offer feedback. Thank you and good luck with your teaching. TallyBarnett
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Revising "Othello" for A Level

Revising "Othello" for A Level

The main resource here is a detailed analysis of Othello in Five Acts, plus another resource which offers critical perspectives and explores themes etc.The 5 page detailed and handwritten resource goes through all of the scenes in the play in detail and identifies key themes and quotes. Ideal for printing as detailed revision booklets or for student downloads onto pc's/tablets etc. A surprising amount of detail in a small, compact, accessible space. ,
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Free Resource - AQA GCSE Language Paper 1 City of the Beasts ASSESSMENT exercises

Free Resource - AQA GCSE Language Paper 1 City of the Beasts ASSESSMENT exercises

Dear Folks - this had over 3000 downloads since it was put on! Thanks for reviews so far! Please give me a review if it’s useful to you! If you like it I have LOADS more similar stuff in my shop - check it out! This free resource goes through the AQA City of the Beasts exam paper. It has support Powerpoints, Peer Assessment Activities, a peer assessment mark sheet and support for the structure section. Please download, and I hope it’s useful - but if you do, please give feedback. Best of luck with the exam! Please check out my wide range of GCSE resources - these are often available in very cheap bundles to save money! Check out my shop - I always have sales on, plus LOADS of FREE stuff, tallybarnett
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21 Key Moments in "The Great Gatsby" - Revision Posters for A Level Tragedy (Plus!)

21 Key Moments in "The Great Gatsby" - Revision Posters for A Level Tragedy (Plus!)

The Great Gatsby This resource pulls together 21 key moments in “The Great Gatsby” related to Tragedy. It’s designed to help students revise for the Tragedy element of the AQA Literature exam I’ve also thrown in some other Gatsby support posters with exam brainstorms etc for free Other similar resources are in my Big Cat Bundles in my shop! Please have a look at my shop and my web site - details are at the shop site, plus lots of other free resources. I offer big value bundles and large scale resources to cover a complete topic. I provide a range of Big Cat Bundles that offer massive price reductions and offer lots of resources in one place. I also have a range of resources to support A Level teaching, particularly relate to TRAGEDY and CRIME. Many of the resources are handmade in order to provide a more personal, original touch. Many are designed for Interactive White Board presentation, or they can be copied into revision booklets etc. Another option is to download onto a school site, like Sharepoint, and allow students to view on their computers etc. If you like what you find, please offer feedback. Thank you and good luck with your teaching.
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Analysing "EXTRACTS" in detail From Othello to support AQA A Level Tragedy examination

Analysing "EXTRACTS" in detail From Othello to support AQA A Level Tragedy examination

These 18 detailed resources look at a number of extracts from the play IN DETAIL in order to support the exam. The exam - as you know - focuses upon an extract which needs a close analytical focus upon it and then needs to be contextualised in relation to the play as a whole. These hand made resources offer detailed analysis of key moments in the play - ideal for White Board or student download. NB: I have put a couple of free examples as a taster resource.
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AQA GCSE Lit Extra Exam Practice/Revision! Macbeth/Jekyll/Inspector/Poetry

AQA GCSE Lit Extra Exam Practice/Revision! Macbeth/Jekyll/Inspector/Poetry

Please note that this set of resources supports the GCSE Literature AQA Specimen papers released in March 2018. Paper 1 resources support the questions on Macbeth and The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Paper 2 resources support the question on An Inspector Calls and the 2 poetry questions from the Power and Conflict cluster. These papers offer a last chance to do mock practice papers with new materials before the exams in May. Questions covered are: Macbeth: How Shakespeare presents Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s relationship in the extract and the play as a whole Dr Jekyll: How Stevenson presents the effects of Jekyll’s scientific ambitions in the extract and the play as a whole An Inspector Calls: How Priestley presents Gerald’s relationships with women How Priestley uses Eva Smith to represent poverty in the play Poetry: “Poppy” compared with poem of choice Unseen: “Children’s Song”/”Lullaby” The materials include: obviously the question papers, inserts and mark schemes to save you having to find them, but more importantly, a detailed support PowerPoint for each exam paper which goes through model answers and suggested approaches, plus a set of support posters for each exam paper to be shown via Interactive whiteboard of printed in to student booklets. This should provide students with one last chance to look at fresh exam and support materials before the real thing! I’ve also put the questions into word docs to save printing the whole paper.
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More Unseen Crime Extracts to analyse, with Model Answers

More Unseen Crime Extracts to analyse, with Model Answers

This resource is a companion piece to my other resources on Crime extracts as part of the AQA syllabus and follows a similar pattern. It includes 8 brand new crime extracts from 8 different novels. The resource includes clean copies of the extracts for the students, which are available individually and then also in a scanned booklet which includes all 8 of them, which could be printed off, e-mailed or displayed on IWB. Furthermore, Teacher notes on all 8 extracts are also attached in this resource as individual word docs, and these have also been scanned into a teacher booklet which also has annotated copies of the 8 extracts and then teacher notes after each one, ie 25 pages in all, with a front sheet. Overall, then, this offers students a further 8 practice extracts to work on prior to the exam itself.
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Teaching When Will There be Good News for "Crime" – Key Moments Revision Posters

Teaching When Will There be Good News for "Crime" – Key Moments Revision Posters

When Will there be Good News Teaching when Will There be Good News – Key Moments These 25 – ish Posters analyse key moments in the text and also suggest possible exam questions which the extracts would be relevant for. After the Key Moment poster I have included some essay brainstorms to support the Key Moment. Please check out my other “Good News…………” resources and bundles. Other similar resources are in my Big Cat Bundles in my shop! Please have a look at my shop and my web site - details are at the shop site, plus lots of other free resources. I offer big value bundles and large scale resources to cover a complete topic. I provide a range of Big Cat Bundles that offer massive price reductions and offer lots of resources in one place. I also have a range of resources to support A Level teaching, particularly relate to TRAGEDY and CRIME. Many of the resources are handmade in order to provide a more personal, original touch. Many are designed for Interactive White Board presentation, or they can be copied into revision booklets etc. Another option is to download onto a school site, like Sharepoint, and allow students to view on their computers etc. If you like what you find, please offer feedback. Thank you and good luck with your teaching.
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