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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.
London Underground Lesson | KS1/KS2/KS3
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London Underground Lesson | KS1/KS2/KS3

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Here is a detailed lesson all about the history and story of the London Underground, followed by some information of how the tube works. Students then get Maps given to them to try and work out how long and how far stations are from each other. They also need to practice key dialogues and vocabulary related to travel, distance and time. This can also be modified to suit learners as there are key phrases and key information the teacher needs to give learners. We have found this lesson to be very popular and cross-curricular as it covers, English, Maths, Geography and History.
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.
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.
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.
Jekyll & Hyde | Full Scheme for KS3/KS4|
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Jekyll & Hyde | Full Scheme for KS3/KS4|

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This is a scheme centred on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. This has been used with Mid-High ability KS3 and lower to mid KS4 students and covers a wide range of themes in each of the chapters of the story. Each lesson contains developed learning objectives and key word foci, as well as a starter activity. Periodical homework tasks, assessment tasks and exam style questions are included. You can either teach this with or without the text, but I have taught this alongside the text, which means this scheme can last between 6-10 1 hour lessons. Lessons can also be easily differentiated if needed and assessment / exam style tasks can be easily changed if needed. This scheme works best with KS3 (Year 8-9) learners and lower level KS4 (Year 10) students. There are no other resources needed than each of the detailed lessons. Enjoy!
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.
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.
20+ Lesson Oliver Twist Scheme|Low Level
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20+ Lesson Oliver Twist Scheme|Low Level

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Here is a full half-terms (20+) lessons for Oliver Twist. The scheme includes a wide range of starter tasks, assessments, reviews and different reading and writing tasks. This scheme is suitable for low level learners. I have used this with my Y7 and Y8 learners who enjoyed the range of activities and tasks. This would also be suitable for Primary School learners and ESL / International learners. All lessons contain levelled learning objectives, key word foci and a review/starter task per lesson. Each lesson should take around 45-60 minutes depending on your learners. You can also use the 2005 version of the film to help accompany the teaching of the scheme as well as the extracts references. This scheme is suitable for low level learners. I have used this with my Y7 and Y8 learners who enjoyed the range of activities and tasks.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Catchphrase | Fun and Easy ESL Activity
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Catchphrase | Fun and Easy ESL Activity

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Catchphrase PPT Game Here is a nice, simple fun activity for ESL/English learners, especially younger ones. Students have to identify the images and put them together to make a word. This is very similar to the UK TV Show Catchphrase. Students can either answer verbally, write them down on whiteboards, or on paper. A nice time filler for 10-15 minutes at the start of a lesson. If you enjoyed this free resource, feel free to leave a review. Thanks.
Taming of the Shrew:Intro to Shakespeare
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Taming of the Shrew:Intro to Shakespeare

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This is a full 4/5 Lesson Scheme focused on the Taming of the Shrew and an introduction to Shakespeare. There are a range of reading and writing tasks linked to the taming of the shrew, as well as extracts that are also attached. The first lesson is a station based lesson where learners can teach each other about life in Shakespeare’s England, before going on to look at the globe theatre, before spending 2/3 lessons looking in detail at the taming of the shrew. This scheme has been taught to Y5, Y6 and Y7 learners and can be adapted to meet the needs of all learners if required.
Travel Lesson | Transport around London | For KS1/KS2/EAL AND ESL Learners.
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Travel Lesson | Transport around London | For KS1/KS2/EAL AND ESL Learners.

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This is a great lesson to introduce learners to transport, showing different types of transport, the costs and how to get from A to B in a city, London. This also introduces students to the concepts of money and takes costs into consideration to add more depth to the lesson. This is suitable for English, Maths and Geography lessons as a starter task or a fun review task and can be adapted for a range of audiences, and also includes a wide range of vocabulary, useful for all learners.
Charge of the Light Brigade | Full Lesson Pack with Analysis
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Charge of the Light Brigade | Full Lesson Pack with Analysis

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Here is a great full lesson analysing the poem “Charge of the Light Brigade” by Tennyson. 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.
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.
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.
Desert wildlife of the world full lesson
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Desert wildlife of the world full lesson

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This is a great activity for primary learners, ideally KS1 or KS2. There are a number of different activities and materials for you to use in this lesson. This lesson could be taught over 40,50,60 or 70 minutes depending on how many of the activities you want to complete. The first activity is a warm up vocabulary activity. (5 mins). The next activity is an odd one out game looking at different animals whom live in hot and cold places and a hidden picture game. (5 mins). Then students will look in detail at deserts of the world and where they are located as well as some interesting facts about deserts. (5-10 mins). Students will then look at both hot and cold desert animals, looking at ideas such as the food chain etc. (5-10 mins). There is then a practical activity for students to color and label a world map of deserts and land. (15-20 mins). Then the teacher can ask students the review questions to help them recap learning. (5-10 mins). Finally, students can play a writing relay game in teams. This a fun way to recap and use the vocabulary studied in the lesson. (10-15 mins).