A lesson that allows students to study Shakespeare's use of imagery in Act 2. Focuses on the innocent flower quotation and features an engaging starter, analytical main activity, example exam based question and an example high-level student answer
A lesson based on staging Act 1, Scene 1 with a heavy focus on language use and analysis. Allows students to plan their own staging of the scene whilst including key word analysis and technical terms. Also includes an example exam question with
A sample mock exam (based on Banquo's Ghost scene) that is perfect for students to use in class, as a homework or as full blown assessment. It also comes with a full sample answer that analyses the extract as well as making links to other parts of
Save yourself hours of work with these custom-made tutor / form group pupil reports; they have been written for students with a range of abilities and attributes and are ready to use. Each report contains a comment on the student's attitude, focus,
Save yourself hours of work with these custom-made KS3 English pupil reports; they have been written for students with a range of abilities and attributes and are ready to use. Each report contains a comment on the student's attitude, focus,
A lesson based on The Highway Man which engages students with the key themes and language techniques in this famous poem. Contains an engaging starter, main activity and an example essay for students to students to use as a basis for their own.
A lesson based on The Right Word by Imtiaz Dharker. The lesson focussing on 'tracking' the figure outside and the language used in the poem carries different connotations. Features an engaging starter, main tracking activity, example question with
A fully resourced and complete scheme of work that introduces newspapers, articles and non-fiction to KS3 classes. It features seven lessons that focus on reading, writing, SPAG skills and Speaking & Listening activities.
It's a perfect for a
A fully-loaded Macbeth scheme of work that covers all of the main scenes in the play. All lessons contain starters and engaging main activities that allow students to explore the scenes in a number of different ways (such as through: PEE chains,
A scheme of work that allows students to study all of the most important scenes in Romeo and Juliet in detail.
Lessons include a range of activities and worksheets with example answers to essay questions, starter activities, plenaries and links
This scheme of work contains 10 full lessons that allow students to study the complete novel in detail.
The lessons all contain starters, mains and plenaries and also contain full examples of essay questions and activities for students to self and
A lesson that helps students understand the key elements of Gothic literature with an example and peer assessment activities. Also contains a 'Gothic' spellings starter for students to use. Perfect for a lower-middle set.
This scheme of work contains 10 full lessons that allow students to study the complete play in full detail and a further 5 exam preparation lessons to use as revision before the examination itself.
The lessons all contain starters, mains and
A lesson that focusses on the imagery created and language used in Act 5, Scene 1, the infamous sleep-walking scene. The lesson features a literacy based starter, key quotation analysis, example GCSE exam question with exemplar answers and a return
A lesson that focusses on language use in Act 3, Scene 4 (Banquo's Ghost scene). The lesson enables students to highlight and annotate the text in detail, focussing on key words and their associations. Students then direct their own version of the
A fully resourced Of Mice and Men scheme of work which includes 12 bespoke lessons and two assessment lessons. Each lesson contains starter activities, analysis opportunities, creative writing tasks and plenaries. Every section is covered with key
This intensive six lesson scheme of work is designed to improve students' SPAG with a focus on all of the key elements, including: full stops, commas, paragraphing, sentence types, clauses, colons, semi-colons and spellings.
It is aimed at KS4
A cross-curricular spelling strategy scheme of work aimed at helping students improve their general literacy skills. Each lesson teaches the students a new spelling strategy and includes a wide-range of activities to engage students. The lessons
An 'Outstanding' lesson based around the theme of light for Dickens' A Christmas Carol, Stave Two, The Ghost of Christmas Past.
It contains a starter, leading into the main with an example essay response and question.
This lesson will allow