This resource offers students of all abilities the opportunity to practice their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills by studying very popular contemporary fiction. Perfect as a base for a new Scheme of Work!
Every chapter is explored with its own worksheet linked to KS3 Assessment Foci to make picking suitable activities for your class simple and quick.
Grids for assessing pupils’ progress and teacher’s answers are also included to help with the delivery of this pack.
Very impressed… This alone hits the mark for every learning method currently known.
E Evans, English Teacher & Independent Reviewer
Ready-made worksheets with activities to support the exploration of the Frankenstein playscript by Philip Pullman. The activities have been designed to be used before, during and after reading the play to help students access the text, interpret it and consolidate their knowledge. All are linked to the current KS3 English curriculum Assessment Foci to help focus learning.
Pre-reading activities focus on form and characterisation
During reading activities focus on students building their own character and theme profiles; the opening, prologue, each act and the epilogue, exploring characters, PEE exercises, exploring themes, the form and key ideas
End of study activities look at whole text appreciation and creative stimulation.
Very useful for generating ideas… I loved the AF links… provides a good range of activities to ensure students have a sound knowledge of the text, its characters, themes etc.
S Mann, Head of English & Independent Reviewer
The resource includes comprehensive notes on every important aspect of the novel to meet GCSE English Literature Assessment Objective requirements and much more! Activities and additional features throughout also help engage students with the content and get them exploring the text independently.
- Every chapter and key character
- The author’s choices of language, structure and form across the novel as a whole and how these choices affect the reader
- Key ideas, themes and settings across the novel and why they are important
- Key historical, cultural and social contextual points and how they influence the novel
- How to approach the WJEC Lit exam and general essay advice
- Key literary terms