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How does “Checking Out Me History” and “The Emigree” portray the power of identity?
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How does “Checking Out Me History” and “The Emigree” portray the power of identity?

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A useful bullet point list of developed paragraphs that answer the question: How do the narrators in “Checking Out Me History” by John Agard and in “The Emigree” by Carol Rumens portray the power and their experiences of identity? This includes detailed and higher level language analysis, use of terminology like metaphor and analysis of structure and form. Also addresses the key themes of each poem and the context surrounding them. Designed specifically for the AQA GCSE English Lit 9-1 Power and Conflict poetry cluster.
Much Ado about nothing revision guide
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Much Ado about nothing revision guide

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A summary of some key themes and techniques used by Shakespeare in “Much Ado about Nothing”. Suitable for GCSE English literature and designed specifically as a revision tool for the AQA course. Helps students learn quotes and understand Shakspearean language. Provides detailed analysis, links to context and the rest of the play. Can be used for homework or in class.
A Level geography Toxteth and Lympstone place comparisons
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A Level geography Toxteth and Lympstone place comparisons

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This document tells you everything you need to know about the demographics, socio-economic profile, culture, politics, built environment and changing flows of Toxteth (Liverpool, L8) and Lympstone (Devon). Great for revision. Also includes stuff on media representation of place and community groups (e.g. Tiber Street, Peaky Blinders, £1 houses, etc.)
Examine how “Exposure”and “Remains”  portray the reality and effects of conflict/war
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Examine how “Exposure”and “Remains” portray the reality and effects of conflict/war

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A revision sheet answering the question: Examine how “Exposure” by Wilfred Owen and “Remains” by Simon Armitage portray the reality and effects of conflict. Contains detailed language analysis as well as contextual references, structure and form. The key themes of both poems are also explored in easy-to-read bullet points which link together. Specifically written for the AQA GCSE English Lit Paper 2 Power and Conflict poetry anthology.
GCSE English AQA Much Ado about Nothing model essay answer (band 6)
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GCSE English AQA Much Ado about Nothing model essay answer (band 6)

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A model essay (that would be well into the highest band) that answers the question: “Starting with this speech, explore how Shakespeare presents how characters change in the play”. Can be used for students to compare their answers to or in class as an analysis task (e.g picking out the technique, word analysis, context, etc.). Specifically designed for the AQA GCSE English specification but can be used on any exam board that uses this Shakespearean text.
The Crucible GCSE Drama/English Character Profiles
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The Crucible GCSE Drama/English Character Profiles

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Hand written character profiles of 10 main characters in the play “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. Specifically drawn for the Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Drama course. Includes: Tituba, Abigail Williams, Elizabeth Proctor, John Proctor, Mary Warren, Judge Danforth, Parris, Reverend Hale, the Coreys and the Putnams. There is also a free additional sheet with summaries of some of the minor characters on it. Each sheet includes the character’s physical appearance, personality, quotes, key events and their relationships with other characters. Can be used for revision or in class and is a very useful tool when studying for exams.
GCSE English AQA Power and Conflict poetry "Poppies" by Jane Weir model answer
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GCSE English AQA Power and Conflict poetry "Poppies" by Jane Weir model answer

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A model answer (top grades) to the question: “How does the poet present the mother’s thoughts and feelings about her son leaving home to join the army?”. This answer is an unseen poetry practice, however you could use this essay to analyse and “mark” with students in class or for homework. Designed specifically for the AQA GCSE English Lit Power and Conflict poetry cluster for “Poppies” by Jane Weir, but could be used for any exam board that uses this poem. Explores symbolism, structure, allusion and word analysis.
GCSE Geog OCR B - Zambia case study facts
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GCSE Geog OCR B - Zambia case study facts

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A 4 page guide to industry, politics, tourist attractions and history in Zambia. Useful for in class or at home revision for GCSE Geog students - specifically designed for the OCR B course. Includes information about copper mining and the capital, Lusaka.
GCSE Drama Edexcel the Crucible exam questions
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GCSE Drama Edexcel the Crucible exam questions

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Answers the questions : “You are going to play Hale. Explain two ways that you will use levels in this scene (4 marks)” and “2. You are going to play Proctor. He is caught by surprise with Hale’s arrival. As a performer, give three suggestions of how you would use performance skills in this extract (6 marks)”.
AS Level religious studies - evil and suffering (Edexcel)
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AS Level religious studies - evil and suffering (Edexcel)

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These 3 resources prove valuable in teaching as well as revision for students. They answer 3 key themes surrounding evil and suffering: Does evil and suffering exist?, Theodicies and solutions to the problem of evil and suffering and does evil have a prupose? Inclusing Process, Irenaean and Augustinian theodicies, as well as quotes from famous scholars and philosophers like Spinoza, Leibniz and Plantinga. Gives all the key information, and more detailed notes, about this topic.
Year 7-9 Menstruation and puberty assembly KS3 PSHE
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Year 7-9 Menstruation and puberty assembly KS3 PSHE

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This set includes a presentation (20-30 mins long), handy links and extra guidance for students, script/notes, a guide of what to/not to include and FAQs about puberty and menstruation. Please encourage positive discussion and encouragement of correct terminology to reduce the stigma and taboo surrounding periods.