Raven Hall - English Literature

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A great film that should be taught more often than it is. It is also a film with many, many more layers than you'd think, and I've taught this to an advanced Year 11 English class as well as to a Year 9 Introduction to Literature class. The zip file
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This unit contains, several worksheets questions, tables and notes. It is full in that it is everything I've used this year in teaching it. O'Brien's ability to establish mood and mystery, and to use a non linear narrative to explore ideas is best
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A story of racism, injustice, hopelessness - yet ultimately redemption. Gaines' novel is one that contains themes and elements that are timeless, and worthy of consideration in any middle to senior English classroom. This product is everything I
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The full Macbeth teaching unit (of which this resources is a small part) is available in the TL's English teaching store. It is value for money to buy the whole unit than just the component parts, however if you are looking for a specific resource,
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught Literature for almost 15 years now, in private and public secondary schools, to all levels of students. I've taught everything from Wordsworth, Yeats and Frost to Arthur Miller, William Golding, George Orwell and John Steinbeck. Shakespeare is a favorite, as well as the classics.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Essentially, as a teacher fresh out of university, I was horrified by the lack of assistance I was given by my fellow teachers. They went so far as to lock all loose papers in filing cabinets and steal each others notes but not share them! Teaching is hard enough - so why should one have to re-invent the wheel? The units and resources I've listed here are things I've personally taught or was prepared to teach.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teaching Shakespeare to un-engaged public school teens can be akin to trying to cutting down an oak tree with a cabbage..... so when it takes, when their uninspired eyes register and understand a concept, the world is possible! To bring light to the darkness and to inspire the uninspired is why we all teach in the first place. This is, and continues to be, a 'shining moment'.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

An undergraduate degree in English Literature and a masters degree in education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I teach primarily in secondary (high) schools, and mostly in the top level Literature and English classes. I do have experience with classes as low as year 7 (12 year olds), but it honestly has been almost 14 years since I taught at that level.

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