compcolts - English Curriculum Resources Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach. Get it on the web or iPad! guest List of unusual deaths This is a list of unusual deaths. This list includes unique or extremely rare circumstances of death recorded throughout history, noted as being unusual by multiple sources. Some of the deaths are mythological or are considered to be unsubstantiated by contemporary researchers. The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender Home > English > Standard > Module A: Experience Through Language > Elective 1: Distinctive Voices > The Life and Crimes of Harry Lavender By Marele Day This material was written by Lynne Marsh Background Knowledge The Detective genre Linking the text to the Elective Setting Characters Techniques Themes Other texts Assessment practice Resources “In responding and composing students consider various types and functions of voices in texts. They explore the ways language is used to create voices in texts, how the use of this language affects interpretation and shapes meaning.
Philip Allan Magazines - English Review extras The English Review extra resources Podcast: Writing the enemyCicely Palser HavelyRepresenting the Germans in First World War literatureAQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC, CCEA Poster: Texts in contextCicely Palser HavelyPrint out this issue's centre pages and display in classAQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC, CCEA, SQA Podcast: SatireLuke McBratneyAnalysing satire from classical times to present dayAQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC, CCEA, SQA Poster: Donne in contextCathy O'NeillPrint out this issue's centre pages and display in classAQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC, CCEA, SQA Podcast: Form in poetryLuke McBratneyHow to consider form when analysing poetry in examsAQA, Edexcel, OCR, WJEC, CCEA, SQA
George Orwell is Shot by Fascist Sniper in the Spanish Civil War I have been about ten days at the front when it happened. The whole experience of being hit by a bullet is very interesting and I think it is worth describing in detail. It was at the corner of the parapet, at five o'clock in the morning. This was always a dangerous time, because we had the dawn at our backs, and if you stuck your head above the parapet it was clearly outlined against the sky. I was talking to the sentries preparatory to changing the guard. Suddenly, in the very middle of saying something, I felt -- it is very hard to describe what I felt, though I remember it with the utmost vividness.
Great Short Stories for Teaching Theme in Fiction Great Short Stories for Teaching Theme These short stories are excellent for teaching theme in fiction. Use the accompanying writing lesson ideas to engage students. Teaching Theme the Hard Way 11 Books You Should Read If You’re A Woman In Your 20s According to Love Twenty, women in their twenties are supposed to read diet books and novels about shopping. I disagree. Here are my suggestions for novels you should read if you’re a woman in your twenties. 1. Using Drama to Liven Up Your Lessons Why use Drama in Lessons? Drama isn’t just a subject, it’s a very powerful technique for adding interest and engagement to your lessons. But it’s often also one that some teachers steer slear of with the challenges of organising it and the potential for disruption. So I delved into our course archives and adapted this guidance written by our Lead Consultant for English and Drama Kevin Piper. Drama has a number of advantages as a tool in the classroom. It:
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J.R.R. Tolkien Reads from The Lord of the Rings and Sings “Sam’s Rhyme of the Troll” in a Rare Recording By Maria Popova In the summer of 1952, sixty-year-old J.R.R. Tolkien (January 3, 1892–September 2, 1973) encountered a tape recorder for the first time, which resulted in some wonderful archival audio of the beloved author reading from The Hobbit. So enchanted was Tolkien with this novel technology that he proceeded to record himself reading much of his work over the years to come. Reader Eugene F.