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Resources created by an experienced English Teacher who is both Head of Department and Assistant Principal for English. I have been teaching for ten years and have resources for KS3, KS4- both EDUQAS and AQA.

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Resources created by an experienced English Teacher who is both Head of Department and Assistant Principal for English. I have been teaching for ten years and have resources for KS3, KS4- both EDUQAS and AQA.
EDUQAS Language bundle- 10 resources on Component 2a
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EDUQAS Language bundle- 10 resources on Component 2a

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11 x Component 2 section A resources: C2a exam paper and insert 3 x lessons on AO4- evaluation skills 2 x lessons on AO2 - language analysis skills 1 x lesson which includes introduction to C2a and then AO1b- synthesis skills 2 x lessons on AO3- comparing
Writing to present a point of view SOL
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Writing to present a point of view SOL

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Used with middle ability year 9 students. Includes reading and writing to argue and persuade activities. Fully differentiated. Used as an introduction to AQA 2015 1-9 papers but could easily be used for generic reading and writing to argue persuade. Contains total of 22 resources 8 lessons 8 x PowerPoints Cost per lesson: 63p
Literature from different cultures- short stories and poetry
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Literature from different cultures- short stories and poetry

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A set of 14 resources used with lowest ability year 7 intervention students. Resources for First Foot by Janice Galloway, Mr Mongoose and Mrs Hen by James Berry, Nothing's Changed by Tatamkhulu Afrika, The Monkey and the Crocodile Resources include: PowerPoints, copies of the texts, activity sheets,
Counter argument: Gender equality/stereotypes
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Counter argument: Gender equality/stereotypes

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A KS3 writing to argue/transactional writing lesson with collaborative learning activities. A PowerPoint with a number of activities, including: key words, videos on gender stereotypes, introduction to argument/counter-argument, scaffolding, modelling and independent writing. Created for year 7.
Twilight Scheme of work 43 lessons
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Twilight Scheme of work 43 lessons

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A reading scheme of work for Twilight by Stephanie Meyer. Comprises of 43 lessons and three assessments. Scheme includes a total of 69 resources. Averages out at 30p per lesson. Uses bronze, silver, gold differentiation. Each lesson has a learning question and outcomes. Lessons include Keagan/Collaborative learning activities. Lesson 1: How do writers create tension? Lesson 2: How does a writer create tension? Lesson 3: Can I create tension in my writing? Lesson 4: Can I create tension in my writing? Lesson 5: Can I infer information from a text? Lesson 6: Can I infer information from a text? Lesson 7: Can I use evidence to support my answers? Lesson 8: Can I comment on Meyer’s choice of language? Lesson 9: Can I comment on Meyer’s choice of language? Lesson 10: What is pathetic fallacy? Lesson 11: Can I boost my sentence skills? Lesson 12: Can I pick out and discuss key words? Lesson 13: Can I read at length and with concentration? Lesson 14: Can I use subordinate clauses? Lesson 15: Can I make my vocabulary engaging? Lesson 16: Can I use semi-colons accurately? Lesson 17: Can I use a narrative hook to engage the reader? Lesson 18: Can I use ambitious vocabulary to engage the reader? Lesson 19: Can I use different types of sentences? Lesson 20: What are the rules of paragraphing? Lesson 21: Can I read with focus and concentration? Lesson 22: Can I read with focus and concentration? Lesson 23: Can I read with focus and concentration? Lesson 24: Can I explain the evidence that I select to back up my ideas? Lesson 25: Can I explain the evidence that I select to back up my ideas? Lesson 26: Can I explain the evidence that I select to back up my ideas? Lesson 27: How do I explain the evidence that I select to back up my ideas? Lesson 28: Can I explain the evidence that I select to back up my ideas? Lesson 29: How do I analyse language? Lesson 30: Assessment: Language analysis Lesson 31: Can I read with focus and concentration for enjoyment? Lesson 32: Can I read with focus and concentration for enjoyment? Lesson 33: How do I analyse language? Lesson 34: How do I analyse language? Lesson 35: What strategies can I use to read with focus, concentration and understanding? Lesson 36: What strategies can I use to read with focus, concentration and understanding? Lesson 37: How do I analyse language? Lesson 38: How do I analyse language? Lesson 39: How do I analyse language? Lesson 40: How do I analyse language? Lesson 41: How do I analyse language? Lesson 42: How do I analyse language? Lesson 43: How do I analyse language? Assessment: reading Assessment: writing
Spirited Away SOL
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Spirited Away SOL

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Used with year 8 literacy support class of disengaged boys to reengage with English over month period. Includes lots of discussion, reading skills and some writing tasks. Led to boys being reintegrated into class to start study on Macbeth's witches, hence last few lessons leaning towards comparison of witches in Spirited Away and Macbeth. Unit engaged boys through animation, anime and media activities. Includes 57 resources, including PowerPoints and unit of work which outlines what is involved in every lesson.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens revision Scheme of work
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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens revision Scheme of work

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17 lessons for revising A Christmas Carol. Used with year 10 (after full study of novel in year 9- see my other SOL) for EDUQAS GCSE English Literature. Film version referred to is Disney's animated Jim Carrey adaptation. Includes 2 assessments. Uses Kagan/collaborative learning techniques. 28 resources in total. Cost per lesson= 59p Cost per resource= 36p
Writing to argue- Planning- Are disabled people equal to able bodied people?
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Writing to argue- Planning- Are disabled people equal to able bodied people?

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LO: How do I create a plan for my writing? Used with bottom set year 7 but could easily be adapted for higher ability classes. -Starter: Key words starter -active listening activity on deaf people lip reading -lip reading experiment- required ear plugs! -Planning -planning exemplar -teacher modelling -individual writing task -self assessment
A Girl Like Her- Bullying
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A Girl Like Her- Bullying

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A PowerPoint with activities to teach about both sides of bullying based on the movie, 'A Girl Like Her'. 1 x PowerPoint of activities 1 x notes page for during film 1 x PSHE starter activity