Key Stage 5 English Language – Language investigation
Language investigation resources
These resources provide a direct focus on language investigation: its principles, its practices and its end products. This is relevant to all specifications, though guidance will be needed in each case about the specific assessment criteria. There are also mini-investigation resources in some of the other resource areas, which could be combined to give students practice before they embark on their individual project.
Language investigation unit
The specialist Teachit Language unit below is now accessible on the same basis as all our other resources. Find out more here.
Hot on the trail: a PowerPoint overview, resources to support explicit teaching of some of the underpinning principles and practices, and a template for the final report that students can type straight into.
To what extent is Heathcliff a Byronic hero?
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
The case of the sisters' shame
Chapter 10 - questions on the monster
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley