I will update these resources as I write them. Meanwhile:
work in progress… powerpoint for lessons 1-16, to be used with the activities guide:
4 podcasts to support learning and revision of Much Ado About Nothing.
I have been trawling on the PC at home, and found this, which I made about 4 years ago!https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/18050380/mice%20and%20men.wmv
I hope it helps.
and this on Atmosphere in M+M
This is a short last minute revision screencast for Edexcel Certificate Language Paper 2.
A short screencast to give back an assessment essay to Year 9. The first real KS4 literature style essay. This is designed as a starter or as a flipped home learning opportunity.
link to SGS You Tube site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GjZOVNWrBtM&feature=youtu.be
A booklet of teaching and learning activities to be given to students reading Patrick Ness’ novel in Year 9. To be used as a homework activity booklet and a framework for students studying English Literature at KS4.
Here is the Powerpoint version of the introduction for the AS LitB1 course.
The screencast can be found at the school you tube site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrYPIxsefY8&feature=youtu.be
Enjoy the preparation!
I am preparing the Frost anthology for AQA AS Lit B1 at the moment.
Please use these youtube links to someone far better qualified that I am!
Both are from the Yale Open Lectures series.
I will post my material later this year, as I write it.
Two lessons to revise character and theme for EDEXCEL Certifcate English Literature. Feel free to browse, but these are quite specific in design to the class for whom they are aimed. The idea of the tables to complete may well form a useful revision task at any level.
This is a suggestion for planning the typical “describe…” essay in the igcse/certificate/gcse exams…
See if you like it.