I am yours now and you are mine
And together we’ll love through all space and time, so don’t cry
Prince – 7 – Symbol
A few resources you may find useful! Links to resource are after image screenshot.
Collection of nonfiction writing (articles, blogs, reviews etc)
I’ve collected these from exam packs, online etc and put in one place.
There are 3 to download
Anthology of (unusual) narratives
This anthology has been compiled to give students a glimpse into different/unusual narratives, or perspectives and/or different genres – that’s why I’ve only used small sections. Most of the extracts are online, so if you want more… Google them!
Anthology of non-fiction voices (transactional writing) extracts
This anthology has been compiled to give students a glimpse into different perspectives and/or different genres – again, that’s why I’ve only used small sections. Most of the extracts are online, so if you want more… Google them!
Transactional Writing (non-fiction) Templates –
Career posters for English Language and literature – Alevels
Edexcel DIRT tasks
A set of editable DIRT tasks for students – please be aware I rushed these, there may be some typos! I will correct these and reupload if there are any!
5 min KS3 starters
40 ppt with 4 or 5 simple English language focused lesson starters.
A ppt full of character descriptions to help with creative writing.
Up-grade your literature essays!
A word grid document to help year11 use more focused language in their essays.
Literature Extracts (for a display)
Over 40 extracts/quotes that can be used for a display to either highlight a technique or text.
Features of a Non-Fiction Text
A handy A4 guide of basic features for different transactional writing:
Features of a Fiction Text
A handy A4 guide of basic features for creative writing conventions:
AQA Style of questions
A handy guide with the basic style of questions for KS4 to help you make up your own!
Understanding the AO’s!
A handy guide for NQTs to help understand those pesky AOs
I made this as a list of tasks in the event students finish their work early, also to save copying, and the best bit – tasks that can be used with any text.
A Christmas Carol Starters
A few basic starters, you can use as you go along, or revisit.
An Inspector Calls Starters
A collection of starters for the play
A collection of starters for Macbeth
General language/literature starters
A few more basic language or technique starters
How to Translate Emotions into Written Body Language
Link to my Student GCSE blog for resource: Emotions & Body Language
I’ve made up this mini S&L guide/PDF for students to help them through their spoken language element. Thank you to
@Tom_Briars for sharing his PPT and ideas for S&L.