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Resources for secondary English and Drama.
KS3 4 part Lesson: What is a rhyme scheme and how do we identify one? Nonsense Poetry and Pop Music!
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KS3 4 part Lesson: What is a rhyme scheme and how do we identify one? Nonsense Poetry and Pop Music!

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This is a 4 part lesson from a topic based on nonsense poetry that uses pop music as an example. The lesson includes images, videos, questions and tasks in order to help students understand the genre. This lesson has been prepared with a mixed ability year 7 class in mind, so it has stretch and challenge tasks as well as support for those who might find this more difficult. It would also be appropriate to use this lesson for a year 6 or 8 class.
KS3 4 part Lesson: An Introduction to Nonsense Poetry with 'Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll
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KS3 4 part Lesson: An Introduction to Nonsense Poetry with 'Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll

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This is a 4 part lesson on nonsense poetry that uses ‘Jabberwocky’ by Lewis Carroll as an example. The lesson includes images, videos, questions and tasks in order to help students understand the genre. This lesson has been prepared with a mixed ability year 7 class in mind, so it has stretch and challenge tasks as well as support for those who might find this more difficult. It would also be appropriate to use this lesson for a year 6 or 8 class.
KS3 4 part Lesson: Using a rhyme scheme in our own work. Nonsense Poetry and Rhyming Couplets.
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KS3 4 part Lesson: Using a rhyme scheme in our own work. Nonsense Poetry and Rhyming Couplets.

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This is a 4 part lesson on rhyme schemes from a topic about nonsense poetry. It uses rhyming couplets to help students understand a regular rhyme scheme. The lesson includes images, videos, questions and tasks in order to help students understand the lesson. This lesson has been prepared with a mixed ability year 7 class in mind, so it has stretch and challenge tasks as well as support for those who might find this more difficult. It would also be appropriate to use this lesson for a year 6 or 8 class.
KS4, 4 part lesson on 'The aftermath of the murder' Macbeth, William Shakespeare, Act 2, Scene 3.
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KS4, 4 part lesson on 'The aftermath of the murder' Macbeth, William Shakespeare, Act 2, Scene 3.

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This resource contains an in depth series of tasks that allow students to look at Malcolm and Donalbain’s discussion from Act 2, Scene 3 of Macbeth by William Shakespeare. The tasks are scaffolded and have support for those who may struggle, as well as stretch and challenge for those who need it. This resource was made with a mixed ability Y10 class in mind, however it could easily be used for both years 9 and 11. It can also be adapted to all abilities.
KS3 4 part Lesson: Understanding New and Made Up Words in Nonsense Poetry ('Jabberwocky')
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KS3 4 part Lesson: Understanding New and Made Up Words in Nonsense Poetry ('Jabberwocky')

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This is a 4 part lesson on nonsense poetry that uses ‘Jabberwocky’ by Lewis Carroll as an example. The lesson focuses on understanding new and made-up words in poetry. The lesson includes images, videos, questions and tasks in order to help students understand the genre. This lesson has been prepared with a mixed ability year 7 class in mind, so it has stretch and challenge tasks as well as support for those who might find this more difficult. It would also be appropriate to use this lesson for a year 6 or 8 class.