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Thursday 20th October 2016


New GCSE resources  

Our GCSE resource libraries are ever-growing, with new resources added every week. Take a look at some of our favourites below, or browse the Literature and Language pages at your leisure!

Lindy Leslie
Teachit English editor

Latest resources

Close analysis of 'Love's Dog'

A series of tasks exploring language, structure and form to help students appreciate and understand the poem 'Love's Dog' by Jen Hadfield.

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Comparing 'War Photographer' and 'Tissue'

Students are given a number of statements to arrange in a Venn diagram. A comparison resource that could easily be adapted for other poems.  

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Who's who?

A set of descriptions of the characters in the novel using challenging vocabulary.  

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Perspectives of Stanhope

Students look at the presentation of Stanhope in Act One through the eyes of the other characters, and prepare for an essay question. A useful word bank is included.

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Macbeth teaching pack

Designed for the GCSE English Literature specifications for AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC Eduqas, this teaching pack provides you with lesson ideas and supporting resources for the entire play.

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