KS5 Language and Literature
Emma Litterick teaches at Princethorpe College where she is the Teaching and Learning Coordinator. Here are her favourite resources for the new term:
Cupcakes and Kalashnikovs text analysis helps students to see the bigger picture and allows them to self evaluate the progress they make with 'Justice at Night'. The model paragraph is excellent for inspiring group discussion.
Students always enjoy anything with the word quiz in it and Text 26 multiple choice quiz doesn't disappoint. Put students into groups and allow them to discuss the three possible answers to these 14 open questions. As an extended learning opportunity ask them to devise their own questions/answers on other texts.
How talk works is an easy to digest set of descriptors that does what it says on the tin. Students can highlight key points, research a theorist further and then produce a revision resource for the class.
Resources for Language and Literature:
AQA A - (ELLA1) Integrated analysis and text production
AQA A - (ELLA3) Comparative analysis and text adaptation
AQA A Lang/Lit exam preparation
AQA B - (ELLB1F) Anthology - Food Glorious Food
AQA B - (ELLB3) Talk in Life and Literature
AQA B Lang/Lit Anthology - Travel, Transport and Locomotion (legacy)
AQA B Lang/Lit exam preparation
WJEC Lang/Lit Critical Reading of Literary and Non-Literary Texts (LL1)
WJEC Lang/Lit exam preparation
WJEC Lang/Lit Poetry Anthology (2009 onwards)
WJEC Lang/Lit Poetry Anthology (pre-2009)
This small library houses only those resources that are very specifically geared towards AS and A2 English Language and Literature specifications. Please don't think that's all we've got!
» For oodles of other relevant Lang/Lit resources, please see our separate Language and Literature libraries.