Author logo www.teachit.co.uk/armoore
Andrew Moore's teaching resource site

Assessment
English language A-level
English lang/lit A level
English literature A-level
Theatre studies A-level
Key Stage 4/GCSE
GCSE English
GCSE English literature
English KS2/3
GCSE English: AQA Anthology
AQA Anthology - Poetry
AQA Anthology - Prose
GCSE English: original writing
GCSE English: media
GCSE literature: Drama
GCSE literature: Poetry
GCSE literature: Shakespeare
GCSE literature: prose study
Drama
Special educational needs
Studying scripture
Teaching with ICT
Web essentials
What's new on the site?
Add to favourites

Search this site - powered by Atomz Search
A selection of new guides - have you seen these yet?
Want to check resources from other ATW sites?

Back to top of page

The National Curriculum, assessment and exam courses

Back to top of page

Special educational needs

Poetry | Original writing | History | Religious Education | Key words | Sensory garden

These links take you to resources that I have developed in conjunction with learners at Ganton and St. Anne's Special Schools, and their teachers, Vivien Mariau and Joanne Kelsey.

Poetry at Ganton School

Students and teachers at Ganton Special School have been doing work on poems in different languages. Click on the link to see these activities.

Back to top of page

English - original writing at Ganton School

Christopher Simpson of Ganton has written a story for children - Terry's Adventure. You can read Chris's story by clicking on the links below.

Back to top of page

History at Ganton School

Students and teachers at Ganton School have produced a study of the life and death of a Hull citizen, Lucy Braithwaite. You can see this research project by clicking on the links below.

Back to top of page

Religious education at Ganton School

Students and teachers at Ganton School have produced a guide to Sikhism - The 5 Ks. You can see the guide by clicking on the links below.

Back to top of page

Learning keywords

Click on the link below to open an interactive game for learning key vocabulary. (You can use the code to replace the examples with your own key words.)

Back to top of page

St. Anne's School sensory garden

St. Anne's Special School has a sensory garden. This link takes you to some simple activities that present the garden to you.

Back to top of page

Key Stage 2/3 English - reading non-fiction

Please note that the resources in this section are not on this site, but on other sites I have written or edited.

Back to top of page

Key Stage 2/3 English

Reading - general | Poetry | Prose

Reading - general
Poetry
Prose

Back to top of page

Key stage 3 drama

Back to top of page

GCSE English

Exams | Speaking and Listening | Original Writing | Media | Anthology | Prose | Shakespeare

GCSE English and English literature - written exams

Back to top of page

Key Stage 4/GCSE English - Speaking and listening
Key Stage 4/GCSE English - Original Writing

Back to top of page

Key Stage 4/GCSE English - Media

Back to top of page

GCSE English - the AQA Anthology

Anthology for 2004 | Poetry | Prose | Anthology for 2003 (final year)

The AQA Anthology for 2004 onwards
Anthology for 2004 - Introduction
English - poetry in the AQA Anthology
English literature - poetry in the AQA Anthology

Back to top of page

English literature - poetry (audio files)

Stream | Download

Use the links below to open audio versions of the poems in the Anthology. This is a selection of the Pre-1914 Poetry Bank. Other poems are protected by the authors' copyright. The mp3 files are larger and of slightly better quality; I recorded them using Audacity. The Real Media files were converted from the mp3 files using Helix Producer Basic. To play these files you will need a media player such as RealOne Player or Windows Media Player. You are welcome to edit the files and add your own FX. If you have a slow connection the files may take some time to download or open.

Stream the files

Use these links to play the files. If you have a slow connection, then there may be some interruptions to the streaming the first time you play any file.

Back to top of page

Download the files

Use these links if you wish to save and edit the files. You can also open them for playing - these links will not play until the whole file has been downloaded.

Back to top of page

English literature - prose

Back to top of page

English literature - prose
The AQA Anthology for 2003
Anthology for 2003 - Introduction
English - poets in the English literary heritage
English - poems from other cultures and traditions
English literature - prose

Back to top of page

Examinations | Drama | Poetry | Shakespeare | Wide Reading | Anthology

Key Stage 4/GCSE English literature - written exams

Back to top of page

Key Stage 4/GCSE English literature - 20th Century Drama
Key Stage 4/GCSE English literature - poetry
General guides
English - poetry in the AQA Anthology
English literature - poetry in the AQA Anthology

Back to top of page

English literature - poetry (audio files)

Stream | Download

Use the links below to open audio versions of the poems in the Anthology. This is a selection of the Pre-1914 Poetry Bank. Other poems are protected by the authors' copyright. The mp3 files are larger and of slightly better quality; I recorded them using Audacity. The Real Media files were converted from the mp3 files using Helix Producer Basic. To play these files you will need a media player such as RealOne Player or Windows Media Player. You are welcome to edit the files and add your own FX. If you have a slow connection the files may take some time to download or open.

Stream the files

Use these links to play the files. If you have a slow connection, then there may be some interruptions to the streaming the first time you play any file.

Back to top of page

Download the files

Use these links if you wish to save and edit the files. You can also open them for playing - these links will not play until the whole file has been downloaded.

Back to top of page

Key Stage 4/GCSE English and English literature - Shakespeare

Back to top of page

Key Stage 4/GCSE English and English literature - Prose Study

General info | Texts published before 1900 | Texts published after 1900 | Comparing texts

General information

Back to top of page

Guides to texts published before 1900

Back to top of page

Guides to texts published after 1900

Back to top of page

Guides comparing texts published before and after 1900

Back to top of page

GCSE drama and theatre arts

Back to top of page

Advanced Level English Language

Introduction, models and grammar | Language and society | Language acquisition | Language change | Language varieties | Investigating language | Original writing

Introduction, models, grammar and revision

Back to top of page

Language and social contexts - sociolinguistics

Back to top of page

Language acquisition

Back to top of page

Language change

Back to top of page

Language varieties

Back to top of page

Investigating language

Back to top of page

Original writing

Back to top of page

Advanced Level English Language and Literature
AQA Anthology 2003-2005: Education, Education, Education

Back to top of page

Advanced Level English Literature and theatre studies

Introduction and general guides | Shakespeare | Drama and theatre studies | Poetry | Prose | Paired texts for study

Introduction and general guides

Back to top of page

Shakespeare

Back to top of page

Drama and theatre studies/theatre arts

Back to top of page

Poetry

Back to top of page

Prose

Back to top of page

Paired texts for study

Back to top of page

Resources for studying scripture

Back to top of page

Teaching with ICT

Back to top of page

Web essentials

Back to top of page


DfEE Standards Site
BBC Education
BBC Education's Bookcase site
BBC revision site
Public Broadcasting Service
Public Broadcasting Service Arts site
European Virtual School
Virtual Library
AcademicInfo
LearnCo
Homework High
Google
Excite
Altavista
Yahoo
MSN
Lycos
Metacrawler
AOL
HotBot
iWon
Netscape
Ask Jeeves
About
Monstercrawler
Looksmart
Dogpile
Raging Search
All the web
Go
GoTo
Go2Net



Last updated May 2005. © Andrew Moore, 1999 - 2005