Display material for major themes addressed in the play Romeo and Juliet grouping key scenes and quotations Light and dark imagery: Love vs. hate: Nature: Destiny: Familial conflict:
‘Progress Packs’ and How We Use Them
ESL: English and Czech
‘Of Mice and Men’ Quotations
These follow a similar style and purpose as the 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Quotation Retention Challenge cards posted here and here. They can be used in class for analysis, as part of self-quizzing and for display material.
ESL Writing Checklist
To support our weakest students, Our Writing Checklist focuses on basic levels of accuracy whilst encouraging students to look back and redraft their work.
Story Mountain for the development of creative writing and to support the formative stages of prose analysis.
Quotation Retention Challenge: Week 2
See Week 1 for rationale and to refresh the first round of quotations. These will be revisited in the Week 2 quotation recap. Week 2 of the Quotation Retention Challenge:
Word of the Week
We have been introducing to our students since the beginning of the year. It builds into our formative knowledge curriculum and the importance of explicitly teaching vocabulary exploration; as @Doug_Lemov describes it in 'Reading Reconsidered': “making a case study out of certain words and their application.” Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week [...]