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Getting students to learn quotes for Macbeth and Jekyll & Hyde is hard, but they’ll need them for their English Literature Exam.
I’ve made these flashcards and will be using them in lessons with both years 10 and 11 – as well as giving year 11 a set to print themselves to revise for mocks. 181 more words
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This doesn’t apply to everyone of course, but after editing essays and books and posts for the Brevity blog, for experienced writers and new writers and everyone in between, I’ve noticed a lot of repetition. 641 more words
Inference is a difficult skill to learn, but it is an essential one for all students sitting written exams. With that in mind, over next couple of weeks, I am going to share some straightforward techniques you can use to develop students’ inference skills – not just in English, but across the curriculum. 394 more words
It’s a sign!!!! I think we should use the research paper assignment you “stumbled” upon :) YAY!!! 4,090 more words
Library of Congress: Library of Congress Launches Three New Educational Apps. “The Library of Congress, in collaboration with various educational organizations, today announced the launch of three web- and mobile-based applications related to Congress and civic participation for use in K-12 classrooms. 41 more words