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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.
Introduction to 19th century characters mini SOL
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Introduction to 19th century characters mini SOL

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20 resources: 10 lessons used to introduce 19th century texts to year 8 students. Includes writing assessment. Texts covered/introduced: A Christmas Carol Tess of the D'Urbervilles Silas Marner Wuthering Heights Jane Eyre Frankenstein Robinson Crusoe (obv 18th C)
Writing to argue. Counterargument.
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Writing to argue. Counterargument.

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Resource to support teaching of argument/counterargument. Includes 7 resources: 1 x contrast connective sheet 1 x features of writing to argue 1 x exemplar argument 2 x structural information/scaffold 1 x addition connectives
Lord of the Flies revision SOL AQA GCSE Literature specification
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Lord of the Flies revision SOL AQA GCSE Literature specification

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10 GCSE Literature revision lessons for Lord of the Flies by William Golding Uses AQA legacy assessment criteria but can easily updated for 1-9 specification or other exam boards. Lots of language analysis and exemplar materials. Total of 12 resources (10 PowerPoints) Cost per lesson= 50p
Romeo and Juliet- Tybalt
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Romeo and Juliet- Tybalt

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A selection of KS4 resources to support the study of Tybalt Total resources= 11 1 x soundtrack activity sheet 1 x essay guide 1 x exemplar plan 1 x exemplar essay on Tybalt 1 x list of key themes (for various activities of your choice) 1 x planning page 1 x language analysis task sheet 1 x PowerPoint to accompany language analysis activity 1 x slide showing sentence stems 1 x word cloud with adjective to describe Tybalt 1 x notes page for using to record notes during film
Writing to describe narrate
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Writing to describe narrate

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Used with middle ability year 9 class. Writing to describe and narrate. Total of 26 resources 7 hours of lessons 7 PowerPoints Cost per lesson: 71p
Poetry resources
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Poetry resources

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Used with lowest ability year 7 intervention class. Includes resources themes of Gillian Floyd's 'My sister is a monster', Kenn Nesbitt's 'Mr Brown the circus clown' and 'Digging for diamonds', 'Bee on my Nose' by R. Wayne Edwards, Total resources= 14 Includes: 1 x PowerPoint on similes used with colours 1 x PowerPoint with level 2-4 descriptors 1 x copy of My Sister is a Monster 1 x exemplar story/teacher model of writing narrative from poetry prompt 1 x PowerPoint showing onomatopoeic words 1 x poems of Nesbitt/Edwards (rhyming poetry) 2 x PowerPoints with rhyming games 1 x PowerPoint with success criteria for writing acrostic poems 1 x similes PowerPoint 1 x link to speech marks game 1 x PowerPoint with success criteria for writing a narrative on My Sister is a monster 1 x PowerPoint to revise alphabet 1 x word cloud where students have to match up rhyming words before selecting pairs of words for writing their own poem
How do I analyse language?
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How do I analyse language?

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Lesson created for students to be introduced to language analysis question in GCSE exam. Created for use with EDUQAS exam board but could easily be adapted for other exam boards. Aim is to remind student of devices and begin discussion on effect. Ability wise- middle ability PowerPoint lesson includes: -Learning objective -Differentiated learning outcomes -Differentiated starter on devices -exam information question A2 -name the device show the leader activity -introduction to RED ROPES acronym -gather and share activity to test knowledge of devices -activity on EDUQAS exemplar material- Humphrys waste article -writing to persuade writing activity -peer reflection -self assessment -
Library lessons reading SOL
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Library lessons reading SOL

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Aims: This scheme of work in comprised of 14 lessons which intend to promote both a love or reading and a foundation of skills required to be a successful reader: 1. Dictionary skills 2. thesaurus skills 3. novel openings 4. genre 5. characters 6. themes 7. prediction 8. hot seating 9. marketing a book 10. novel to film 11. plot/sub plot 12. narrative hooks 13. favourite books 14. reading aloud Lessons all follow the same structure: • Learning objective/ outcome • Starter activity • Five minutes to change books etc • 20 minutes silent independent reading • Teacher questioning/review • Task linked to LO (20 mins) • Plenary Use of literacy centre managers: • General support and admin during the lesson • Withdrawal of identified students for 1:1 reading Each lesson has a student help sheet. Each student has their own resource booklet.
EDUQAS Literature- Romeo and Juliet Practice Extract question
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EDUQAS Literature- Romeo and Juliet Practice Extract question

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Created for year 11 revision of EDUQAS English Literature GCSE practice of extract question on component 1 section a. Includes question on PowerPoint and created exam insert- focuses on character at opening of play PowerPoint includes learning question/objective, learning outcomes (differentiated) and self assessment
5 lessons on prose writing- low ability
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5 lessons on prose writing- low ability

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5 lessons (PowerPoints) created for use with bottom set year 7 with below age-related English scores to teach how to build more detail into their prose writing. Target GCSE grade 1-3. 4 PowerPoints plus 1 PowerPoint with guided assessment piece. Each lesson has differentiated learning outcomes, learning objective phrased as question, self/peer assessment and active learning. LOs for lessons: How do I hook the reader from the opening sentence? How do I create descriptions of character? How do I develop detail in my descriptions? x 2 lessons lesson 1 includes narrative hook activity widely available from thegrid.org.uk