Othello: Flipped Classroom Resource for AS and A Level English Literature

There are many who approach the exploration of Shakespeare’s captivating tragedy Othello with trepidation. This Flipped Learning resource aims to alleviate anxieties, replacing teaching concerns with learner confidence. Students prepare at home with this vast collection of notes and activities, then reflect on key concepts back in the classroom. Innovative, seminar-style learning facilitates autonomous thinking … Continue reading Othello: Flipped Classroom Resource for AS and A Level English Literature

Feminine Gospels A Level Activity Pack for AQA A

‘What I was trying to do was use the idea of gospel truth: in a sense the gospels are a tall story told as truth, so these poems were about trying to find truth about particularly female issues, but doing it within tall stories.’ (Carol Ann Duffy) Uncover these truths with this vast collection of … Continue reading Feminine Gospels A Level Activity Pack for AQA A

Dracula: A Level Advanced Learner Pack for OCR and Edexcel

Central themes of nationality, race, sexuality and gender identity make Dracula an extraordinary text to study. Stoker brings together classic Gothic conventions and tropes, only to subvert them and turn them into something new and modern – it’s his reworking of these themes that ensures the novel is still relevant in our own century. Challenge … Continue reading Dracula: A Level Advanced Learner Pack for OCR and Edexcel

Dracula: Activity Pack for A Level

Since Stoker began researching and writing on a visit to the seaside town of Whitby in 1890, Dracula and its iconic protagonist have entered the bloodstream of popular culture and endured. This pack of comprehension, discussion and creative activities covers the whole text and is ready for you to mix and match to suit your … Continue reading Dracula: Activity Pack for A Level

Ash on a Young Man’s Sleeve GCSE Study Guide

Dannie Abse’s gripping novel Ash on a Young Man’s Sleeve spans an eight-year period and traces the rise of fascism in Europe, social unrest, unemployment and war. Yet it is Abse’s use of real people’s names and the Cardiff in which he grew up that will allow students to build a strong appreciation of the … Continue reading Ash on a Young Man’s Sleeve GCSE Study Guide