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As Deputy Head of English, I make tonnes of resources. So, I share them. I don't go overboard with my pricing, instead I try to consider what I would be willing to pay in order to be able to buy several things and save the hours I have put into making the quality resources I have available - without wanting to bankrupt fellow colleagues! If you do download, please leave a review.

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As Deputy Head of English, I make tonnes of resources. So, I share them. I don't go overboard with my pricing, instead I try to consider what I would be willing to pay in order to be able to buy several things and save the hours I have put into making the quality resources I have available - without wanting to bankrupt fellow colleagues! If you do download, please leave a review.
KS3 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Handwriting
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KS3 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Handwriting

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This workbook is designed to help students practice forming and spacing their words. It is designed to help those with poor grip or lower ability, those who really struggle to form legible words on the page. By the end of the workbook they should see and feel a difference in their handwriting.
KS3 English - 'Spies' - Fiction Reading and Writing - Unit / Scheme of Work / Learning
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KS3 English - 'Spies' - Fiction Reading and Writing - Unit / Scheme of Work / Learning

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KS3 - ‘Spies’ - Fiction Reading and Writing - Unit / Scheme of Work / Learning Full scheme of 12 lessons which include resources and PPTs. The aim is for students to be exposed to a range of extracts from spy fiction novels in which they encounter different characters and situations and can therefore explore the language and structure of the texts. Students have the opportunity to write in response to the texts as well as producing their own writing ‘in the style of’ spy fiction. A GCSE style assessment (EDUQAS spec) and mark scheme is also included (fits with lesson 6). I have made this though - it is not produced by Eduqas and is made to suit KS3. There is also a homework menu which you might like to run alongside. Enjoy!
Shakespeare's Macbeth context - Witchcraft - Carousel lesson
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Shakespeare's Macbeth context - Witchcraft - Carousel lesson

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Shakespeare’s Macbeth context - Witchcraft - Carousel lesson This lesson has been designed to allow students to work in pairs, small groups or table groups in order to circulate and research the opening of ‘Macbeth’ and how witches were viewed at the time when the play was written. The lesson includes a PPT with starter activity and instructions for the lesson, A3 printable sheet for each student (LA version available) and the printable resource material (all in one document) with labels for each table. Put each category separately on different tables. Alternatively, this lesson could be lead from the front.
KS3 - English - Dystopia - Full Student Workbook - Ideal for Home -Higher and Lower ability versions
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KS3 - English - Dystopia - Full Student Workbook - Ideal for Home -Higher and Lower ability versions

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KS3 - English - Dystopia - Full Student Workbook - Ideal for Home -Higher and Lower ability versions. The booklet is split into 17 lessons and each lesson has a learning question. Most lessons have a DO IT NOW activity which students can work on independently. Extracts from a range of ‘Dystopian’ texts including ‘The Hunger Games’, ‘1984’, ‘The Lottery’, ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’ and ‘Brave New World’. Students are encouraged to locate and retrieve key vocab, explain impact, annotate texts, read and then create their own characters and short extracts. Pictures and youtube clips have been included within the lessons - all links active as of 28th May 2020. Both workbooks are fully differentiated and colour coded. Parts in green to provide handy hints, parts in purple, to challenge, parts in blue, indicate opportunities for self-assessment. I hope you find this resource useful and that both you and your students benefit from it.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream WOOSH WHOOSH
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream WOOSH WHOOSH

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A full 3 page WHOOSH on word with parts in bold for students to read aloud. Made for and used in our classrooms this year by me, it’s worked very well. Students have enjoyed, giggled and most importantly, understood the plot through reading it and performing it together.
KS3 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Spelling
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KS3 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Spelling

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KS3 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Spelling This workbook briefly revisits: Prefixes and suffixes Double consonants Nouns ending in y Plurals Selecting homophones It would work well as a mid-range resource for a KS3-lower KS4 student who needs some recapping. Ideal as an intervention or when returning in Sept.
KS4 - Eduqas Poetry Anthology - A3 table for revision and comparison
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KS4 - Eduqas Poetry Anthology - A3 table for revision and comparison

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All poem titles from the Eduqas Poetry Anthology in an A3 table for revision in the first pages and comparison in the final pages. The table asks students to provide the following for each poem: A brief overview 3 important quotes Context A poem they could make a link to (this could be extended to an explain) The poems have been clustered in order for students to make links on themes such as: time / nature / power / love / relationships. The final page encourages students to plan and structure their comparative response between two linked poems of their choice, selecting comparative connectives to use too.
KS3 English - Weird & Wonderful Workplaces - Non-Fiction - Full Scheme 14 Lessons
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KS3 English - Weird & Wonderful Workplaces - Non-Fiction - Full Scheme 14 Lessons

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This resource uses extracts from non-fiction texts linked to a variety of ‘Weird and Wonderful’ workplaces to allow students to analyse the text, select evidence to support their points and give them the opportunity to write in a variety of non-fiction methods too. Everything they need to respond is housed in one booklet. Students will need the powerpoints as a starting point. Lesson starting points are outlined in the booklet for each lesson.
KS3/KS4 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Sentences & Punctuation revision
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KS3/KS4 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Sentences & Punctuation revision

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KS3 - English - Literacy Skills Workbook - Sentences & Punctuation This workbook helps students to focus on the key skills of using capital letters and punctuation in the right places as well as cutting off their sentences so that they aren’t ridiculously long. It looks a little at main and subordinate clauses and punctuation in the correct places. It is not designed as a ‘from scratch’ or starter resource. It would work well as a mid-range resource for a KS3-KS4 student who needs some recapping. Ideal as an intervention when returning in Sept.
English - Peer assessment grid / table - Shakespeare - 'Much Ado About Nothing'
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English - Peer assessment grid / table - Shakespeare - 'Much Ado About Nothing'

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This is a free resource. It has taken a lot of time to craft and tweak. So if you would like to visit my amazon shop https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/147a9gr03bshz?ref_=wl_share and treat my students or me to something for my teacher toolkit, it would be greatly appreciated. If not, enjoy the resource! This peer assessment grid / table is linked to character response paragraphs and allows students to look for success in their peer’s work. The grid is editable but focusses on thes following questions / skills linked to character analysis then asks for a peer identified improvement: Have they answered the question: How are the characters presented in Act 2 Sc1? Used accurate evidence: (Words or phrases from the play – not too long) Written at least 3 PETER paragraphs (this could be edited to whichever format you use PEE etc) Started their sentences with capital letters, used quote marks and full stops. (“” .) EBI: (Which skills from the selection above, does your peer need to improve?) Please use / adapt as you see fit. I hope this saves you some time and helps you and your students.
Word Goal - Aspirational target setting, aims, careers, pathway, achievement lesson
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Word Goal - Aspirational target setting, aims, careers, pathway, achievement lesson

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To get the new academic year off to a great start and headed in the right direction or as a great focus with a new class, choose a ‘WORD GOAL’ for the rest of the year. A word goal is a word that helps to focus on an area of your life in which you want to improve, grow, develop or do more. This resources helps to guide students through their selection (sheet 1) then explain their selection and set some initial actions (sheet 2) and then revisit their word at several kep points in the year (sheet 3) to review and refocus. I have also added a display title if you wanted to put the ‘Word Goals’ up on display. This has worked really well in the past and also works well hand in hand with the ‘Letter to my Future Self Lesson’ which I also have available.
KS3 English - Full Non-Fiction Scheme - 'Around the World' - Cornish Miners - Diaspora - Emigration
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KS3 English - Full Non-Fiction Scheme - 'Around the World' - Cornish Miners - Diaspora - Emigration

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This resource uses extracts from non-fiction texts linked to a variety of ‘places Around the World’ to allow students to analyse the text, select evidence to support their points and give them the opportunity to write in a variety of non-fiction methods too. Everything they need to respond is housed in one booklet. Students will need the powerpoints as a starting point. Lesson starting points are outlined in the booklet for each lesson.
KS3 / KS4 English - Quiz Quiz Trade Cards - Persuasive Techniques - Great Revision
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KS3 / KS4 English - Quiz Quiz Trade Cards - Persuasive Techniques - Great Revision

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KS3 / KS4 English - Quiz Quiz Trade Cards Persuasive Techniques - Great Revision : Print back to back so one side has the quiz, answer and challenge and the other says ‘Persuasive QQT’ 24 QQT cards in total but more can be printed and mixed in. QQT rules: 2 students stand facing each other each with a QQT card. 1 reads the quiz question to 2, 2 answers, if correct 1 can high 5 or shout “Yeah!”. If incorrect, 1 tells 2 the answer. Then 2 reads their question to 1 and the process repeats. Once they have both read their cards and answered, they swap cards, put their left arm up in their air and move around the room looking for a new QQT partner. The cards have a CHALLENGE on them. If students have to wait for a new pairing or they found the question to quick or straightforward, they can ask their challenge question. The first set (pages 1&3) have the definition and the technique as the answer, The second set (pages 5&7) have examples of the technique in action and the technique as the answer - a little more challenging. Cards include the following techniques: Emotive language Forceful phrases Rhetorical Questions Statistics Rule of Three / Triples Personal Pronouns Hyperbole Repetition Expert opinion Imperatives Anecdote Short Sentences / Paragraphs This resource was made by me and has always worked well. Cards 1&3 can be used alone with KS3 or LA KS4 sets. HA sets or classes ready for a challenge can have pages 5&7 mixed in. Enjoy!
English - KS3 - Remembrance War Poetry Lesson & Display - Bayonet Charge & Exposure
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English - KS3 - Remembrance War Poetry Lesson & Display - Bayonet Charge & Exposure

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English - KS3 - Remembrance War Poetry Lesson and display. Based around students discussing life in action during the war and how it was framed by the war office using the poems ‘Bayonet Charge’ & ‘Exposure’. Postcards from the past. The idea is that they have an ‘Experiential Lesson’ going under a scramble net wearing a helmet and gas mask, immersed in a soundscape (these can be found on Youtube). If you can’t source any or all of these, the lesson would still work in looking at and examining the finer details of the postcards when printed off and used in groups or pairs then at the board. Ten examine the poems and the challenges soldiers faced that perhaps we don’t initially think of. I have also attached lettering and description for a display if you took pictures or kept the postcards. Students always really enjoy this lesson.
KS3 English Advanced Punctuation Literacy Lesson - Flippable (Good KS4 punctuation revision recap)
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KS3 English Advanced Punctuation Literacy Lesson - Flippable (Good KS4 punctuation revision recap)

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This lesson includes a PPT to lead the lesson and a printable flippable resource which students can cut out, stick together and then make notes on (see photos). Students cut along all black line up to the horizontal ‘title’ line which is used to hold the hole resource together. The glue is then applied to this section and the flippable resource is layered up. The punctuation foci are: semi-colon, colon, apostrophe, dash and brackets. If you print slides 3, 5-8 they can be used to support / differentiate or to allow the lesson to work as a carousel rather than teaching from the front. This lessons always goes down well. It works well in competition, in smaller groups, from the front or with students working independently.
KS3 English - Treasure Island - Fiction - Literature - Novel - Workbook / Workpack - Home Learning
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KS3 English - Treasure Island - Fiction - Literature - Novel - Workbook / Workpack - Home Learning

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This resource uses extracts from across Treasure Island (with the support of links to visual BBC re-tellings of the sections to support and differentiate) to allow students to analyse the text, selecting evidence to support their points as well as giving students the opportunity to write creatively too. Everything students need is housed in one booklet. With lined spaces to respond to questions. Starter / DO IT NOW. LA differentiation opportunities are highlighted in green. Extension opportunities are in bold and red. Learning questions are outlined for each lesson.
Pub Quiz - 9 Rounds - Cross Curricular - Dingbats and picture round - Answers included
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Pub Quiz - 9 Rounds - Cross Curricular - Dingbats and picture round - Answers included

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Pub Quiz - 9 Rounds - Cross Curricular - Dingbats and Picture round - Answers included. I used this a staff pub quiz to raise money for our school charity. It was good fun - challenging at points - there were teams representing each of the subject areas included. The money raised by charging for this quiz will continue to be donated to the British Heart Foundation. Hope you enjoy.
Personalised Card Postcard Home
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Personalised Card Postcard Home

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I sent this home to my form to let them know that they are part of something bigger, they are still part of our form, and that I am very proud of them as we go into our final half term of the year. You can change to add your own Bitmojis or other images. Once printed, cut around the black boxes ideally one will stick to the front and one will be placed inside. Bold an A4 piece of card lengthwise, so you have a long thin piece of card approximately 30 cm X 10 cm. Then cut this piece in half. Each text box that you have cut should fit safely within and be able to be glued to look like the pictures I have added with the resource. Alternatively, you could stick back to back or just use one box to make it look more like a postcard and add the address on the other side ready to post. Please feel free to edit and share your finished results with me on twitter @nowtcheesy