An Inspector Calls Context: J.B. Priestley

An Inspector Calls Context: J.B. Priestley

A teaching resource provided by Helen Cox.

Resource Description

This is a lesson created for Year 10 or Year 11 students studying the AQA GCSE Literature course. In order to achieve an A* they need to speak about the author and their intentions. This lesson provides a fun but challenging introduction and includes a metacognition diagram to assess progress, a game of dominoes and silent debate resources.

Teachers should print the silent debate resource double sided for their students.

Resource Files

There are 4 files for this resource.

File Name File Type File Size
0. J.B Priestley.ppt
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Microsoft Powerpoint 1.1MB
1. Metacognition diagram J.B. Priestley.doc
Microsoft Word 420KB
2. J.B. Priestley Dominoes.doc
Microsoft Word 2.3MB
3. Silent Debate.doc
Microsoft Word 43KB

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About the Author

Helen Cox
Helen Cox
Head of Key Stage 3 in English
I am a teacher and author who specialises in challenge and differentiation within the classroom. All of my resources are designed to be fun and engaging for a students at a range of abilities. Challenge is very much at the heart of my lessons as I believe the chief role of any educator is to help students learn how to manage challenge in their lives. You can find me @Helenography on Twitter.

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