GCSE English Language Structured Cover Lessons

Structured Cover Lessons for GCSE English Language

16 fully resourced, versatile cover lessons ensure high-quality GCSE English Language cover, even for unplanned absences!

Structured lessons that supply teachers can pick up easily

  • Standalone: All resources provided including answers and examples – great for non-specialists!
  • Student-friendly worksheets covering a diverse range of language topics, allowing you to choose a lesson that fits with your scheme of work
  • Designed to cover key new GCSE spec requirements across Reading and Writing
  • Built-in Extension Tasks and Challenge Tasks ensure even your fastest finishers stay motivated and
    on-task for the whole lesson
  • Plus self-marking checklists to help students target weaker areas independently

All student worksheets packed with innovative and visually appealling tasks from composing Haikus to analysing the language of Dickens and H G Wells!

Lessons include: Responding to Reading; Reading for Information; Writing About a Text; Using Meaningful Vocabulary; Perfect Your Proofreading; Describing in Detail;
Creating Setting; Using Imagery; Building a Character

‘Clearly focuses on the requirements of the new GCSE specifications and would help students develop the required skills. A very useful resource and would help many, if not all, English departments set effective cover when subject specialists are absent.’ – L Deighton, Head of English and Independent Reviewer

Price is £69 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.


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