A compendium of useful links, exemplar material, resources and home learning: Femininity & Relationships Revision https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=bekjCZQhQE0
Exemplar paragraph of analysis based on the characterisation of Grendel in Beowulf with a breakdown of Point, Evidence, Technique (or Terminology), Effect and Refer Back. Useful for an introduction to analysis and support for Key Stage 3 students and part of a wider scheme of learning on Beowulf for Year 7. Subscriber Content Download Introduction [...]
Use this tool to prepare for essay questions and see which texts and themes have appeared in recent years for examinations. Subscribe to get access Read more of this content when you subscribe today. Log in Subscriber Content 8ET03 Poems of the Decade Past Paper Questions 24 marks June 2016 Compare the ways in which [...]
A War Horse Knowledge Organiser, based on Michael Morpurgo's novella, including key vocabulary available for download. Making our British curriculum more accessible for EAL and ESL students by embedding key vocabulary and knowledge into the curriculum planning to support their language acquisition. The Knowledge Organiser is structured into three key areas: context, content and concepts. [...]
Frankenstein, a gothic fiction written between the Romantic era and the Enlightenment era by Mary Shelley in 1817. Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go, a subverted dystopian novel published in 2005, is set in an alternate England in the late 1990s. The natural world is highly valued by both Ishiguro and Shelley, as they both [...]
Exploring the role of Nature in the works of Romantic Poets William Blake and William Wordsworth. Nature is presented as an essential constituent within Romantic poetry, encompassing the intrinsic pastoral reverence of poets belonging to the Romantic movement. Both William Blake and William Wordsworth are avid disciples of the championing of the natural world and [...]
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Nature and Settings “these sublime and magnificent scenes afforded” “the thunder burst with frightful loudness from various quarters”, “I never beheld anything so utterly destroyed” Ch.2 “my eyes were insensible to the charms of nature”, “I did not watch the blossom or the expanding leaves” Ch.4 “a divine spring; and the season contributed greatly to [...]