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Welcome to iamdanielteacher - Together in English. I provide a wide range of mainly English resources for learners of all ages and abilities. I also offer materials for other subjects. I also provide a wide range of free resources, worksheets and videos too! Feel free to check my website and social media for more resources. If you enjoyed these resources, your reviews are hugely appreciated.

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Welcome to iamdanielteacher - Together in English. I provide a wide range of mainly English resources for learners of all ages and abilities. I also offer materials for other subjects. I also provide a wide range of free resources, worksheets and videos too! Feel free to check my website and social media for more resources. If you enjoyed these resources, your reviews are hugely appreciated.
Treasure Island | Full Scheme+Booklet |
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Treasure Island | Full Scheme+Booklet |

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This is a full 4/5 week scheme of work for Treasure Island for the 19th Century English Literature course. This scheme was previously taught to my Year 7 and Year 8 high school students who found it extremely interesting and stimulating. The scheme includes differentiated worksheets, homework tasks and a copy of the abstract booklet to compliment the scheme. Powerpoint’s all include learning objectives, images from the film, starter tasks and reflection tasks as well as assessment lessons testing reading, writing and comprehension skills. References made to the film are to the Sky TV version produced starring Eddie Izzard which is widely available online, other clips are linked from youtube. Feel free to make changes where you see fit.
Frankenstein | 10+ Lesson Scheme of work
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Frankenstein | 10+ Lesson Scheme of work

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Here is a full 7 Lesson scheme for Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, looking at the novel in detail, focusing on many key scenes, characters and context throughout, as well as various starter and review activities. It also looks at some of the techniques used by the writer, as well as a drama activity and writing activities with some assessment questions for KS2 and KS3 learners which can be adapted or modified when needed.
Famous Landmarks of the World | KS1/KS2
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Famous Landmarks of the World | KS1/KS2

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Here is a full lesson on famous landmarks of the world. This is suitable for KS1/KS2 and ESL learners of Elementary/Primary school age. There is also scope to print off each of the country, landmark name and picture flags for students to match and make into an extra 1 hour lesson. This is suitable for a wide range of Geography, History ESL/EAL and English lessons.
Futility by Wilfred Owen | Conflict Poetry: Full Analysis and Resource Pack | For KS3/KS4 |
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Futility by Wilfred Owen | Conflict Poetry: Full Analysis and Resource Pack | For KS3/KS4 |

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Here is a full lesson for the poem Futility, by Wilfred Owen. This pack also includes a wide range of extra resources for students, including personification tasks, social and historical context tasks and analysis of the poem. This lesson is suitable for KS3/KS4 students who have studied or are studying Conflict Poetry, either as a review, an introduction, or for comparison with other conflict poems.
The Raven | Gothic Poetry | Full Scheme|
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The Raven | Gothic Poetry | Full Scheme|

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This is a fantastic 3 Lesson long scheme on the Poem, The Raven. Each Lesson has detailed learning objectives, differentiated activities and a key word focus. Students will look in detail at the key themes of the poem, give initial impressions, work on key words/phrases and then complete creative reading and writing tasks. There are also optional homework tasks for students to complete, and each lesson can take up to 1 hour, so can be adapted, shortened and lengthened as needed.
The Soldier | Poetry Themes and Conflict
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The Soldier | Poetry Themes and Conflict

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Here is a great full lesson analysing the poem “The Soldier” by Rupert Brooke. This is ideal for students in KS3, years 7,8,9 . This lesson will help students to explore and understand the themes in the poem, including conflict. The lesson goes through the poem line by line in detail, looking at and discussing the key themes, poetic devices used as a well as a range of discussion and/or writing activities. This can also be differentiated as required for lower levels by simply removing/simplifying some of the extended activities.
Belfast Confetti | Full Lesson Pack |
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Belfast Confetti | Full Lesson Pack |

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Here is a full 2-3 lesson pack for Conflict Poetry, looking in detail at Belfast Confetti, by Ciaran Carson. This lesson looks at language and context and how they work together in the poem. Copies of the poem, comparison activities, handouts, vocabulary focus and writing activities are also included. There is also handouts with containing a comparison with Bayonet Charge, social and historical context of the poem as well as a look at tone and structure in the poem, This is a great lesson to use with both KS3 and KS4 students and can be easily differentiated as required.
Food Advertising Project | KS3-DAFOREST|
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Food Advertising Project | KS3-DAFOREST|

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Here is an amazing 3-4 Lesson activity that can be done with Y5, Y6 or Y7 age learners. Learners need to be able to use language to market and sell their own luxury food item. They will work in teams, with assigned roles to pitch their product, look at costs and then advertise the product. They will need to use a variety of DAFOREST features which is recapped in the lesson. This has been extremely successful when done with KS2 and KS3 learners and can be a brilliant way to get your class using and enhancing their reading and writing skills, as well as speaking and listening skills when doing the pitch. All of the materials and worksheets are also included for easy use.
KES (Barry Hines) | Full 15+ Lesson Pack
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KES (Barry Hines) | Full 15+ Lesson Pack

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Here is a full 15+ lesson scheme of work for the book KES, by Barry Hines. This scheme of work has a huge range of activities, each with their own aims and lesson objectives, 2-3 activities, a starter (Bell Tasks) and a plenary. This has been successful with KS3 learners, Year 8/9 and as a review for KS4, Year 10 students. There are also various links to cultural context, historical links and activities to connect with the story of KES throughout. This scheme can be taught as an introduction to the story, or can be read alongside the story or the film. Each lesson is timed at around 50-55 minutes, but can be changed/adapted as required.
Oliver Twist | Full Scheme of Work |
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Oliver Twist | Full Scheme of Work |

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Here is a full 7-10 Lesson Scheme of Work for Oliver Twist for use mainly at KS2/KS3 (Years 5-9). The scheme covers a wide range of themes and ideas within the story and the extracts or the full novel can be used to help accompany this scheme. There are also differentiated outcomes for each lesson, as well as a range of activities and questions for each lesson to ensure all learners are making progress. There is also a range of reflection activities and homework activities for students to complete throughout the scheme, which will take up at least 7-10 full lessons.
Medusa Poetry Lesson Pack | KS2 and KS3.
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Medusa Poetry Lesson Pack | KS2 and KS3.

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Here is a 2/3 lesson theme for the poem Medusa, by Carol Ann Duffy. This has been successfully used with KS2 and KS3 learners, looking at imagery, themes and analysis of the poem. There are 2 separate full lessons here, which can be adapted and split up further if needed, with the second lesson(s) looking at the poets messages, meaning and voice.
Countries, Capital Cities and Flags Resource Pack
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Countries, Capital Cities and Flags Resource Pack

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This pack includes a powerpoint lesson on a range of well known countries, capital cities and flags. It also includes two games, one hidden picture game and one annoying orange game. This is suitable for a wide range of KS1,KS2 and EAL learners for both Geography and English/EAL lessons.
Stop The Bus! | Fun vocab building game|
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Stop The Bus! | Fun vocab building game|

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Stop the bus is a fantastic team based game to play with learners, where they need to practice and use vocabulary both old and new in order to win points for their team. The Powerpoint will show a category or picture and the teams need to work together to find words to match them. The quickest teams get points, there are also double point rounds. This game is best played on whiteboards.
Flag- John Agard |  Full Lesson Pack |
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Flag- John Agard | Full Lesson Pack |

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Here is a great full lesson analysing the poem “Flag” by John Agard. This is ideal for students in KS3, years 7,8,9 . This lesson will help students to explore and understand the themes in the poem, including conflict. The lesson goes through the poem line by line in detail, looking at and discussing the key themes, poetic devices used as a well as a range of discussion and/or writing activities. There are also attached Drama, pre-reading and comparison activities to extend learning. There is also an audio version of the poem included too! This can also be differentiated as required for lower levels by simply removing/simplifying some of the extended activities.
Myths and Legends Scheme of Work | KS2/3
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Myths and Legends Scheme of Work | KS2/3

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Here is a full 8 Lesson scheme of work on Myths and Legends, including a range of worksheets and extracts which are also differentiated for all learners. This has previously been taught to Year 6 and Year 7 learners and features a wide range of activities for learners to complete, as well as group tasks looking at different myths and legends from around the world. There are also a range of extracts attached as well as a large amount of writing tasks to help test for comprehension of each myth as well as assessment criteria.
Bucket List |Full Lesson and Activities
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Bucket List |Full Lesson and Activities

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Here is a Bucket list lesson for KS2/KS3/EAL/ESL learners. The lesson includes a detailed description of a bucket list, a video explaining what a bucket list is and a double-sided handout available. Students will then make their own bucket list using what was learned in the lesson. Powerpoint, Video, Handout included. Lesson will take around 30 minutes.
Lingusitic Detective Scheme |15+ Lessons
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Lingusitic Detective Scheme |15+ Lessons

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**Here is a full. 15+ lesson scheme on forensic linguistics, linguistic devices and brevity devices, which is a fantastic way to introduce or review language devices with KS3. ** This lesson pack comes with a full PPT of 15 full lessons, all resources and worksheets, and assessment activities to complete with students. There are also extension (purple) activities to complete with students to stretch and challenge them. There are also worksheets provided and handouts for each lesson. Just download and go! Each lesson is timed at around 45/50 minutes, but can be adapted as required.
Personality Test Activity and Lesson PPT
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Personality Test Activity and Lesson PPT

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This is a fun personality test that learners can use as a fun way for the teacher to get to know learners better, and learners to learn about themselves. The learners write answers to each question on their worksheet and the teacher can go through the slides 1 by 1 to reveal the true meaning of each of the answers. This has been a huge hit with both younger and older learners and takes approximately 40 minutes to complete if done properly.