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AQA Unseen Comparative Poetry 'How to Leave the World that Worships Should' and 'The Rich Eat...'
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AQA Unseen Comparative Poetry 'How to Leave the World that Worships Should' and 'The Rich Eat...'

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In this resource I have planned a series of lessons that help students complete the 24 mark question on the poem: ‘How to Leave the World that Worships Should’. I have also included a lesson on the unseen comparative poetry section, comparing ‘The Rich Eat Three Full Meals’. The resource contains a sample question, high quality model answers and an answer template to help support students approach this section of the exam, all written by an experienced GCSE Literature examiner. Additionally, I have added a version of the slide for students to add their notes, which allows them to complete the tasks without the preplanned answers.
Jekyll and Hyde: chapter 9 the transformation
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Jekyll and Hyde: chapter 9 the transformation

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The analysis contains subject terminologies, contextual information, and conceptualised link, and is written by a GCSE English Literature Examiner. The resource includes a model essay on the character of Hyde.
Jekyll and Hyde chapter 6: the character of Dr Lanyon
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Jekyll and Hyde chapter 6: the character of Dr Lanyon

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This resource contains detailed analysis of key quotations on the character of Lanyon. The analysis contains subject terminologies, contextual information, and conceptualised link, and is written by a GCSE English Literature Examiner. The resource includes a model essay on the character of Dr Lanyon.
An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling
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An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling

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This resource contains detailed analysis of key quotations on the character of Mr Birling. The analysis contains subject terminologies, contextual information, and conceptualised links, and is written by a GCSE English Literature Examiner. The slide also walks students through writing a response to a question on this character.
An Inspector Calls - Sheila
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An Inspector Calls - Sheila

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This resource is a lesson that helps students build their understanding of the character of Sheila Birling. It contains detailed analysis of key quotations, which contains subject terminologies, contextual information, and conceptualised link, and it is written by a GCSE English Literature Examiner.
AQA Unseen Poetry Portrait of A Deaf Man 24 marker and 8 mark comparison
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AQA Unseen Poetry Portrait of A Deaf Man 24 marker and 8 mark comparison

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In this resource I have planned a series of lessons that help students complete the 24 mark question on the poem: ‘On A Portrait for A Deaf Man’. I have also included a lesson on the unseen comparative poetry section, comparing ‘On A Portrait of Aa Deaf Man’ to ‘Praise Song For My Mother’. The resource contains a sample question, high quality model answers and an answer template to help support students approach this section of the exam, all written by an experienced GCSE Literature examiner. Additionally, I have added a version of the slide for students to add their notes, which allows them to complete the tasks without the preplanned answers.
Outstanding lesson for AQA Conflict Poetry Unit - London
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Outstanding lesson for AQA Conflict Poetry Unit - London

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This resource has been planned to teach in a mixed ability group work setting. The resource is differentiated through the use of colour coded questions (green, blue and red), which increases the level of challenge. It also includes visual prompts, so that weaker ability students can access the poem and produce clear analysis. The more able students are pushed to produce more sophisticated and perceptive analytical commentary through the use of the more challenging ‘red’ questions. I have also included detailed anlaysis of key quotaions from the poem to model the expectations for able students, which is written by an experienced GCSE Literature examiner.
AQA Poetry Comparison: Bayonet Charge compared to Charge of the Light Brigade
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AQA Poetry Comparison: Bayonet Charge compared to Charge of the Light Brigade

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This lesson breaks down the approach to the Poetry Comparison question (AQA's Literature Paper 2, 30 marker) into simple chunks. It starts off by explaining the assessment objectives and then moves on to a sample question. This resource is particualrly uselful for those students who struggle to think of conceptualised points, as it includes topic sentences and model paragraphs which will help students create a detailed and sophiticated comparative response to poetry.
AQA Language Paper 1 lessons: The Great Gatsby extract
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AQA Language Paper 1 lessons: The Great Gatsby extract

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This resource contains a series of lesson for an extract for GCSE Language Paper 1. It includes a gradual approach to each question, with some model paragraphs to serve as examples. It aims to build your students’ skills and improve their approach to the paper.