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A hub for MFL [French, Spanish, Italian] and English Language teaching resources. Since graduating from Emmanuel College, Cambridge I have had an eclectic career in education ranging from EFL, Adult Ed, Secondary and Primary teaching and most recently as tutor and founder of Lingua Directions.

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A hub for MFL [French, Spanish, Italian] and English Language teaching resources. Since graduating from Emmanuel College, Cambridge I have had an eclectic career in education ranging from EFL, Adult Ed, Secondary and Primary teaching and most recently as tutor and founder of Lingua Directions.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK. ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.
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THE WOMAN IN BLACK. ACROSS THE CAUSEWAY. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.

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The Woman In Black. Susan Hill. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4 . The extract is taken from chapter 5 Across the Causeway as Arthur Kipps explores the grounds of Eel Marsh House. Focus is on the writer’s use of language and how this contributes to the build up of a sinister atmosphere. Language use covered includes writer’s word choices, figurative language, connotations, contrast and tone. Answer Key included for time-saving.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK. A LONDON PARTICULAR. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.
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THE WOMAN IN BLACK. A LONDON PARTICULAR. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.

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The Woman In Black. Susan Hill. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4. The extract is from Chapter 2 A London Particular Focus is on how the writer uses olanguage to build up a powerful image of the London fog. Language covered includes the writer’s word choices, sensory language, figurative devices and pathetic fallacy. Answer Key included for time-saving.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS. MISS HAVISHAM. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.
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GREAT EXPECTATIONS. MISS HAVISHAM. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.

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Great Expectations. Charles Dickens. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4.The extract is taken from Chapter 8 when Pip is taken to Satis House to meet Miss Havisham. Focus is on the writer’s use of language to present Miss Havisham as a strange and mysterious figure. Answer Key included for time-saving.
CITY JUNGLE POEM DIFFERENTIATED COMPREHENSIONS WITH ANSWERS.
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CITY JUNGLE POEM DIFFERENTIATED COMPREHENSIONS WITH ANSWERS.

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City Jungle. Pie Corbett. Differentiated versions -KS2 and KS3 or higher ability KS2 KS2 version- focus is on imagery, figurative language, exploring inference and personal responses. KS3 version- also explores tone and connotations.This version can also be used to challenge at KS2. Answer Key provided for time-saving. Slide presentation of poem included.
SHERLOCK HOLMES. THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES COMPREHENSION WITH ANSWERS.
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SHERLOCK HOLMES. THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES COMPREHENSION WITH ANSWERS.

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The Hound of the Baskervilles. Arthur Conan Doyle. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4 and also for exam practice such as AQA G.C.S.E English Language Paper 1 . The extract is taken from chapter 6 Baskerville Hall as Sir Henry Baskerville travels to Baskerville Hall to claim his inheritance. Focus is on the writer’s use of language and how this contributes to the build up of a mysterious atmosphere. Language use covered includes writer’s word choices, figurative language devices, connotations, pathetic fallacy and tone. Answer Key included for time-saving.
FIVE READING COMPREHENSIONS. THE WOMAN IN BLACK. WITH ANSWERS.
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FIVE READING COMPREHENSIONS. THE WOMAN IN BLACK. WITH ANSWERS.

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A set of 5 reading comprehensions from The Woman In Black. Susan Hill. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4 . Language use covered includes writer’s word choices, figurative language, connotations, juxtaposition, pathetic fallacy and tone. Detailed answer keys included for time-saving and further teaching points.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK. THE JOURNEY NORTH. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.
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THE WOMAN IN BLACK. THE JOURNEY NORTH. READING COMPREHENSION. WITH ANSWERS.

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The Woman In Black. Susan Hill. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4 . The extract is taken from chapter 3 The Journey North as Arthur Kipps travels by train to Crythin Gifford to deal with Mrs Drablow’s estate. Focus is on the writer’s use of language and how this contributes to the build up of a gradually darkening atmosphere. Language use covered includes writer’s word choices, figurative language & pathetic fallacy, connotations, contrast and tone. Answer Key included for time-saving.
G.C.S.E FRENCH THE ENVIRONMENT. LES PROBLÈMES DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT ET LES SOLUTIONS
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G.C.S.E FRENCH THE ENVIRONMENT. LES PROBLÈMES DE L’ENVIRONNEMENT ET LES SOLUTIONS

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30+slides with reading texts and vocabulary on Environmental Problems and Solutions. Input of key language structures- 10 impersonal structures plus infinitive- to enable students to discuss environmental problems and suggest solutions. 4 problems are explored- Plastic; Global Warming; Deforestation and Urban Pollution. Activities include sentence level translations focusing on target structures, speaking task and model answer. Suitable for G.C.S.E but also useful as an introduction to the topic at A level.
THE WOMAN IN BLACK. WHISTLE AND I'LL COME TO YOU. READING COMPREHENSION.WITH ANSWERS
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THE WOMAN IN BLACK. WHISTLE AND I'LL COME TO YOU. READING COMPREHENSION.WITH ANSWERS

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The Woman In Black. Susan Hill. Reading comprehension suitable for KS3/4 . The extract is taken from chapter 11 Whistle and I’ll Come to You as Arthur Kipps spends the night alone in Eel Marsh House. Focus is on the writer’s use of language and how this contributes to the build up of dramatic tension. Language and structural points covered include: writer’s word choices, figurative language, juxtaposition, structure, pathetic fallacy and tone. Detailed answer key included for time-saving and further teaching points.
PERSUASIVE LANGUAGE. RHETORIC. KENNEDY MOON SPEECH. WITH ANSWERS. AQA G.C.S.E ENGLISH
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PERSUASIVE LANGUAGE. RHETORIC. KENNEDY MOON SPEECH. WITH ANSWERS. AQA G.C.S.E ENGLISH

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AQA G.C.S.E ENGLISH A task for students to analyse the rhetorical and language devices employed by President Kennedy in his We Choose the Moon speech to persuade the American people to endorse the Space programme. -More than 20 rhetorical and language devices to identify from a list -Reading comprehension activity -Answer Key provided for time-saving
ITALIAN BEGINNERS COURSE WARM UP
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ITALIAN BEGINNERS COURSE WARM UP

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Fun pre-course warm-up activities for Italian Beginners aimed at Secondary students or Adult Learners. No prior learning required. Can also be used as a TASTER activity for Languages days etc.
USE OF NEGATIVES
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USE OF NEGATIVES

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PPT. designed to help G.C.S.E students to boost their grade with more complex structure. Negative forms are fully explored and there are a variety of sentence level practice activities.