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Ms Chan- Warrington Jun 18
A Word Wall for An Inspector Calls revision. Give them a sheet with chr names and get them to work through the wall putting the quote/ word next to the right chrs. Tests what they do/ don't know v clearly
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Jasmine Clarke Jun 18
Please see attached my Romeo & Juliet revision booklet for the theme of violence. I've been using this with my Year 10s to help them analyse language/structure whilst linking the theme across text 😊✨(more quotes in link)
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Matt Lynch Jun 15
17 x dual-coded Retrieval Practice quotations for ACC. Or use them as quotation display posters as they print 30cm x 30cm in HD. Help yourself
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AF Jun 22
I’m making a display using a world map about all the different places you can β€˜travel’ to by reading fiction - could you reply to this tweet with excellent recommendations of books not set in the UK or US?
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UK Secondary English Teacher Jun 20
Starting Y10 off with Jekyll and Hyde context before reading. We watched a doc, made a mind map and organised our knowledge. Then a mini quiz was had a few lessons later, unannounced. Low stakes testing to close those gaps quickly before it's too late!
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𝓑𝓙 π“œπ“¬π““π“Έπ“·π“ͺ𝓡𝓭 πŸ“š Jun 15
Looking forward to sharing this thread with students for both structure in writing and for teaching some β€˜hidden curriculum’ lessons too
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Matt Lynch Jun 15
22 x AIC dual-coded Retrieval Practice quotation resources. Help yourself πŸ‘
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Heather Greatbatch Jun 17
Writing challenge using an extract from β€˜The Mist’ (based on the Stephen King book). Focusing on building tension and use of a 5-part structure. Good one for horror/sci-fi fans! Differentiated structure strips in comments below...
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Dr Ian McCormick Jun 17
β€œHow can a word come to mean its opposite? That’s against nature, surely.”
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Gemma πŸ’•πŸ™Œ 3h
Can anyone suggest any Power and Conflict based poems which AREN’T in the AQA anthology for a mid ability year 9 group?
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Team English National Conference 2019 1h
Announcement! We are releasing more tickets to teachers that added their names to the waiting list for tickets - check your email accounts - you have to be fast before they sell out again! Please RT to community :)
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Chris Hildrew Jun 21
English Language teachers: your next lesson resource is right here! Love Island is a lesson in how language, like, evolves
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𝕄𝕣𝕀 β„‚π•’π•Ÿπ•– πŸ“š Jun 21
Not sure whose brilliant idea this was but some on Twitter deserves a prize - visualiser book
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Hannah Jun 23
Our lower attaining KS3 students will be getting extra English lessons next year. They'll be in classes of 25ish. Can anyone recommend literacy schemes or intervention programmes they have used successfully?
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Kimberley Brazier Jun 23
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Kat Howard Jun 20
Tried this out with eldest tonight. He now thinks words are MAGICAL! Still a bit rough round the edges but I love it
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Mr Duncan πŸ“š May 21
So, in preparing a lesson for this week on gender in An Inspector Calls, I discovered how often the following words were used: girl(s) - 113, woman/women - 26; boy(s) - 1, men/man - 47. Word choice is important.
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Caroline Spalding 2h
I’m still stuck on Rooftoppers and Maggot Moon but I’m sure you lot can make even better suggestions!
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Miss Speed πŸ“š May 2
Classroom hack: I use my visualizer every day but found being restricted to sitting down behind my desk in order to model was a hindrance... behold my visualizer elevated on a bookcase, lectern-style, adorned with relevant tier 2 vocab for Macbeth and AIC
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