DO you think you could pass your English Language GCSE if you went back to school this year? These 14 questions range from basic to very tricky - you'll only get them right if you really listened at school.
These questions, compiled by Tutor House, are worthy of level four difficulty and above, translating to a grade C or higher.
Challenging grammar pack This teaching pack includes materials to consolidate, apply and extend grammatical knowledge in reading and writing.
Comprehensive teaching notes provide a valuable curriculum support for teachers, while a wide range of resources and activities ensures that students have opportunities to apply and extend their learning of the more challenging aspects of the curriculum.
A Christmas Carol pack Designed for the new English Literature GCSE specifications, this teaching pack comprises a route-through the five staves of the text, providing social and historical context, discussion points, structured lesson ideas and supporting resources.
A Midsummer Nights Dream pack Created for the KS3 curriculum (2014), this pack focuses on key scenes from the play, with a range of drama and performance activities, as well as creative tasks including diaries, scripts, cartoons and set design to encourage close textual engagement.
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Getting on with writing The current Ofsted inspection framework and standards for teachers require a focus on literacy and differentiation. Homework activities for year 7Homework activities for year 7 is designed to ensure you have all your home learning activities for year 7 English in one place.
Journeys – year 9 curriculum pack Devised for the KS3 curriculum (2014), this ‘journey-themed’ critical reading pack consists of an anthology of text excerpts and poems (from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries), supported by lesson plans and tailor-made resources.