“7”

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 after image screenshot.

 

5 min KS3 starters

40 ppt with 4 or 5 simple English language focused lesson starters.

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KS3 Starters

 

Character Descriptions

A ppt full of character descriptions to help with creative writing.

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Character Descriptions

 

Up-grade your literature essays!

A word grid document to help year11 use more focused language in their essays.

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Upgrade your Vocab (word)

Upgrade-your-Vocabulary-PDF

 

Literature Extracts (for a display)

Over 40 extracts/quotes that can be used for a display to either highlight a technique or text.

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Extracts for Display

Features of a Non-Fiction Text

A handy A4 guide of basic features for different transactional writing:

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features of non-fiction texts (word)

features-of-non-fiction-texts PDF

 

Features of a Fiction Text

A handy A4 guide of basic features for creative writing conventions:

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Features of creative writing PDF

 

AQA Style of questions

A handy guide with the basic style of questions for KS4 to help you make up your own!

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Style of questions

Style-of-questions PDF

 

Understanding the AO’s!

A handy guide for NQTs to help understand those pesky AOs

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Teacher AO booklet

Teacher-AO-booklet PDF

 

Suggested Tasks

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.

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Teacher Suggested Tasks

Teacher-Suggested-Tasks PDF

 

A Christmas Carol Starters

A few basic starters, you can use as you go along, or revisit.

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ACC Starters

 

An Inspector Calls Starters

A collection of starters for the play

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AIC Starters

 

Macbeth Starters

A collection of starters for Macbeth

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Macbeth Starters

 

General language/literature starters

A few more basic language or technique starters

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KS4 starters

 

How to Translate Emotions into Written Body Language

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Link to my Student GCSE blog for resource:  Emotions & Body Language

 

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I’ve made up this mini S&L guide/PDF for students to help them through their spoken language element. Thank you to for sharing his PPT and ideas for S&L.

Student Speaking and Listening booklet PDF

 

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on ““7”

    • Thank you, so nice of you to say so! On my home page I list all blogs and many other resources across blogs, and if you check out the GCSE page, there are some nice resources there too (less on Alevel).
      Thank you.

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