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This power point presentation explores the meaning of scene 9 in William’s ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’. This lesson includes a starter activity, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I have used this resource in different ways; as a lesson (obviously), a revision tool and very successfully as a homework.
12 lessons teaching each scene of Twelfth Night, with a 13th lesson on context.
LOTF Close Analysis for Chapters 1-3 ONLY
Teaching writing an essay is hard, so, let's face it, we are often not given the opportunity to do it. How about if we just bobbed onto the internet and got a really simple template for all essay writing based on the work of the finest Classical authors but with A level very much in mind?
Inside, you'll find a collection of THE BEST 365 inspirational quotes, (organized by theme for quick reference) along with a novel way to use them on a daily basis in any classroom. This is an activity every teacher in any grade (ideally 4-12) can use to create an environment conducive to authentic learning.
? NO PLANNING FOR 14 WEEKS! ? 14 WEEK UNIT PLAN + 70 DAILY LESSON PLANS: Addresses and Includes Common Core Standards in Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening in Grades 9-12
60 Pages of Resources: Editable Word Document:
I know it's a bit more pricey than my other resources, but it's still a bargain will save you bags of time and benefit your students enormously. A collection of 26 A5 sheets that help students to develop essential skills / meet a range of common targets that I set in KS3 & KS4 English lessons (by all means take a look if you teach KS2 / KS5 - you may decide that you can make use of them). One of the most useful resources I have for helping learners make rapid progress and learn independently.
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