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Today’s post focuses on revision of An Inspector Calls. I’ve created three videos which can be used to support this text. Each can be used as a simple starter activity, prompts for discussion or as a quick homework activity. Answers

Here are some ideas you might like to try when teaching John Agard’s poem Checking Out Me History. As identity is so central to this poem, I always start by asking students to create a mind map of what Checking Out Me History, Gcse English Literature, Poetry Anthology, English Classroom, Aqa, Prompt, Poem, Teaching Ideas

Ideas for teaching John Agard’s Checking Out Me History | GCSE-English

Here are some ideas you might like to try when teaching John Agard’s poem Checking Out Me History. As identity is so central to this poem, I always start by asking students to create a mind map of what

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In this fourth Approaching Shakespeare lecture the question is one of agency: who or what makes happen the things that happen in Macbeth?

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Today’s post focuses on revision of An Inspector Calls. I’ve created three videos which can be used to support this text. Each can be used as a simple starter activity, prompts for discussion or as a quick homework activity. An Inspector Calls Revision, Gcse English Literature, Gcse Revision, Study Tips, Classroom Management, Homework, Prompts, Quotations, Characters

Socratic Questions, Bloom’s Taxonomy and Thunks | GCSE-English

Here are three approaches to questioning which can be useful in the classroom: Socratic questions Socratic questioning is essentially designed to challenge the accuracy and completeness of thinking. It can push students towards a more enriching learning experience.

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Socratic Questions, Bloom’s Taxonomy and Thunks | GCSE-English

Here are three approaches to questioning which can be useful in the classroom: Socratic questions Socratic questioning is essentially designed to challenge the accuracy and completeness of thinking. It can push students towards a more enriching learning experience.