Your search has returned 37 product results. A follow-up to our popular Reading non-fiction texts teaching pack, this pack includes a different selection of non-fiction text excerpts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. The pack supports teachers of students taking GCSE English Language with a range of practical and creative lesson activities. Designed for the new English Literature GCSE specifications, this teaching pack comprises a route-through the five staves of the text, providing social and historical context, discussion points, structured lesson ideas and supporting resources. Created for the KS3 curriculum (2014), this pack focuses on key scenes from the play, with a range of drama and performance activities, as well as creative tasks including diaries, scripts, cartoons and set design to encourage close textual engagement. A pack consisting of creative and accessible ideas for bringing the play to life.
English Accents and Dialects is an essential guide to the varieties of English spoken in Britain and Ireland today. Together with invaluable overviews of.
Choose from socratic discussions, venn diagrams, game templates, visual learning grids and sequencing activities. Designed for the English Literature GCSE specifications, this teaching pack will provide you with lesson ideas, discussion points and creative resources.
A teaching pack designed to help students understand and identify persuasive techniques and apply this to their own writing. Created to support students taking GCSE English Literature for AQA, Edexcel and WJEC Eduqas, this teaching pack includes creative and dramatic lesson ideas, resources and exam-style questions. This teaching pack includes materials to consolidate, apply and extend grammatical knowledge in reading and writing.
Comprehensive teaching notes provide a valuable curriculum support for teachers, while a wide range of resources and activities ensures that students have opportunities to apply and extend their learning of the more challenging aspects of the curriculum. A versatile pack filled with teaching ideas and activities to help students at different stages of creative writing including essential sections on sentences, the use of tenses and suggestions for tackling 'problem' areas of writing, from sense based writing to using pictures as prompts. In these posters, David Crystal explores how grammar works in context, starting with the essential question, ‘What is grammar for?’ Designed to support students with more formal styles of writing, this teaching pack is a ‘toolkit’ of creative classroom activities, genuine student exemplar essays and exclusive teaching resources for all aspects of writing an essay for your class novel, play text or reading unit. This photocopiable workbook includes activities and resources to accompany the teacher handbook, enabling students to improve and build on their core writing skills Fix it writing has been designed to support English teachers, non-specialist teachers and teaching assistants in identifying and ‘fixing’ problems in students’ writing. Created to support students taking the AQA and Edexcel English Literature GCSE (2015), this teaching pack includes creative lesson ideas and activities to support your teaching of this challenging text. Designed to support students taking the English Language GCSE (first teaching from 2015), this teaching pack contains practical and creative ideas for teaching a range of non-fiction text excerpts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.