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English Year 7

 

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Autumn Term

 

 

Mortal Engines (novel) and writing to inform

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from one of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Mortal Engines (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Mortal Engines (novel) and writing to inform

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Mortal Engines (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Mortal Engines (novel) and writing to inform

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Mortal Engines (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Mortal Engines (novel) and writing to inform

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Mortal Engines (link will be provided by English teacher) and read another novel by the author of Mortal Engines, Philip Reeve.

Christmas Term

 

 

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from one of the Memrise courses for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Keep a reading diary on your iPad of the different texts you read this term.  Include what you thought about them and the different techniques they used; try to use some of the terminology you learnt in the Memrise courses.

Winter Term

 

 

Exotic lands poetry and narrative writing

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Exotic lands poetry and narrative writing

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Exotic lands poetry and narrative writing

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Research two of the poets you have studied this term.

Exotic lands poetry and narrative writing

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Write three poems of your own inspired by the poems you have read this term; try to vary the poetic techniques and poetic structure you use.

Spring Term

 

 

A Midsummer Night’s Dream and writing to argue

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream and writing to argue

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream and writing to argue

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read at least one scene from the play (you can find the whole play for free on the internet); summarise what happens in bullet points or storyboard form.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream and writing to argue

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read at least one act from the play (you can find the whole play for free on the internet); summarise what happens in bullet points or storyboard form.

Summer Term

 

 

The Last Resort (play) and writing to persuade

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

The Last Resort (play) and writing to persuade

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

The Last Resort (play) and writing to persuade

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.) 

The Last Resort (play) and writing to persuade

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Challenge yourself to read a novel written in the nineteenth century; the librarian or your English teacher will be able to make some suggestions for you.

 

English Year 8

 

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Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Feather Boy (novel) and writing to inform

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Feather Boy (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Feather Boy (novel) and writing to inform

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Feather Boy (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Feather Boy (novel) and writing to inform

Complete all levels the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Feather Boy (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Feather Boy (novel) and writing to inform

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on the novel Feather Boy (link will be provided by English teacher) and read another novel by the author of Feather Boy, Nicky Singer.

Christmas Term

 

 

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Seasonal traditions and writing to describe

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Keep a reading diary on your iPad of the different texts you read this term.  Include what you thought about them and the different techniques they used; try to use some of the terminology you learnt in the Memrise courses.

Winter Term

 

 

Different Cultures poetry and narrative writing

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Different Cultures poetry and narrative writing

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Different Cultures poetry and narrative writing

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Research two of the poets you have studied this term.

Different Cultures poetry and narrative writing

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Write three poems of your own inspired by the poems you have read this term; try to vary the poetic techniques and poetic structure you use.

Spring Term

 

 

The Tempest and writing to argue

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

The Tempest and writing to argue

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

The Tempest and writing to argue

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read at least one scene from the play (you can find the whole play for free on the internet); summarise what happens in bullet points or storyboard form.

The Tempest and writing to argue

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read at least one act from the play (you can find the whole play for free on the internet); summarise what happens in bullet points or storyboard form.

Summer Term

 

 

Our Day Out (play) and writing to persuade

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Our Day Out (play) and writing to persuade

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Our Day Out (play) and writing to persuade

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.) 

 

Our Day Out (play) and writing to persuade

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Challenge yourself to read a novel written in the nineteenth century; the librarian or your English teacher will be able to make some suggestions for you.

 

English Year 9

 

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Developing

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

19th Century Gothic fiction and writing to describe

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

19th Century Gothic fiction and writing to describe

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

19th Century Gothic fiction and writing to describe

Complete all levels of both Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

19th Century Gothic fiction and writing to describe

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read a nineteenth century short story or novel of your own choice; the librarian will be able to help you to find a suitable text.

Christmas Term

 

 

Modern drama and writing to inform

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Modern drama and writing to inform

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Modern drama and writing to inform

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Modern drama and writing to inform

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Use the informative writing skills you have practised in your English lessons to write an informative leaflet on a subject of your choice.

Winter Term

 

 

War poetry and writing to persuade

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

War poetry and writing to persuade

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s_ for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

War poetry and writing to persuade

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Research two of the poets you have studied this term.

War poetry and writing to persuade

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Write three poems of your own inspired by the poems you have read this term; try to vary the poetic techniques and poetic structure you use.

Spring Term

 

 

Romeo and Juliet and narrative writing

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Romeo and Juliet and narrative writing

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Romeo and Juliet and narrative writing

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read at least one scene from the play (you can find the whole play for free on the internet); summarise what happens in bullet points or storyboard form.

Romeo and Juliet and narrative writing

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read at least one act from the play (you can find the whole play for free on the internet); summarise what happens in bullet points or storyboard form.

Summer Term

 

 

Of Mice and Men (novel) and writing to argue

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Of Mice and Men (novel) and writing to argue

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Of Mice and Men (novel) and writing to argue

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

Of Mice and Men (novel) and writing to argue

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on language features and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Find five more language or structure features that you have not yet been taught; make a poster to display these in your classroom to teach them to the rest of your class.

 

English Year 10

 

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Blood Brothers by Willy Russell (set drama text for GCSE English Literature)

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

Blood Brothers by Willy Russell (set drama text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.) Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

Blood Brothers by Willy Russell (set drama text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

 

Blood Brothers by Willy Russell (set drama text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read the play again by yourself and create a booklet of quotations for the main characters and themes.

Christmas Term

 

 

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (set prose text for GCSE English Literature)

 Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the novella from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (set prose text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.) Remember that you will need to know quotations from the novella from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (set prose text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the novella from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

 

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (set prose text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read the novella again by yourself (you can find it for free on the internet) and create a booklet of quotations for the main characters and themes.

Winter Term

 

 

AQA Poetry Anthology – Love and Relationships (set text for GCSE English Literature)

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

AQA Poetry Anthology – Love and Relationships (set text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

AQA Poetry Anthology – Love and Relationships (set text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Make you own revision notes for at least five of the poems in the Anthology; include what the poem is about, language and structure techniques used, the message of the poem and your own thoughts.

AQA Poetry Anthology – Love and Relationships (set text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on poetic techniques and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)

 Make you own revision booklet for the poems in the Anthology; include what the poem is about, language and structure techniques used, the message of the poem and your own thoughts.

Spring Term

 

 

Macbeth (set Shakespeare text for GCSE English Literature)

Spend 30 minutes each week learning key words and spellings from the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

Macbeth (set Shakespeare text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete the first two levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.) Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

Macbeth (set Shakespeare text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

 

Macbeth (set Shakespeare text for GCSE English Literature)

Complete all levels of the Memrise course(s) for this term; these will be based on quotations from the text and key spellings (link will be provided by English teacher.)  Read the play again by yourself (you can find it for free on the internet) and create a booklet of quotations for the main characters and themes.

Summer Term

 

 

Revision of set texts and GCSE English Language skills

Continue to spend 30 minutes each week completing the Memrise courses you have been working on this year; these will be based on language features, key quotations and key spellings (links will be provided by English teacher.)

Revision of set texts and GCSE English Language skills

Complete at least half of the Memrise courses you have been working on this year; these will be based on language features, key quotations and key spellings (links will be provided by English teacher.)

Revision of set texts and GCSE English Language skills

Complete all levels of the Memrise courses you have been working on this year; these will be based on language features, key quotations and key spellings (links will be provided by English teacher.)

Revision of set texts and GCSE English Language skills

Complete all levels of the Memrise courses you have been working on this year; these will be based on language features, key quotations and key spellings (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Create a revision resource (booklet, poster, video etc) to help you to remember all of the language and structure techniques you have studied this year.

 

English Year 11

 

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Autumn Term

 

 

GCSE English Language paper 1 and Macbeth revision

Spend 30 minutes each week learning terminology and key quotations from the word classes and Macbeth Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

GCSE English Language paper 1 and Macbeth revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from the word classes and Macbeth Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the play from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

GCSE English Language paper 1 and Macbeth revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from the word classes and Macbeth Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read some of the key acts of Macbeth (you can find it for free on the internet) to remind yourself of the plot, characters and key themes.

GCSE English Language paper 1 and Macbeth revision

Complete learning terminology and key quotations from the word classes and Macbeth Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read the play, Macbeth (you can find it for free on the internet) and make notes on the plot, characters and key themes.  Research the time period that the play was written in.

Christmas Term

 

 

A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Revision

Spend 30 minutes each week learning terminology and key quotations from the A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the texts from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the texts from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read the novella, A Christmas Carol to remind yourself of the plot, characters and key themes.

A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Revision

Complete learning terminology and key quotations from the A Christmas Carol and Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read the novella, A Christmas Carol and make notes on the plot, characters and key themes.  Research the time period that the novella was written in and try to find out about Charles Dickens’ views and ideas.

Winter Term

 

 

GCSE English Language paper 2 and Blood Brothers revision

Spend 30 minutes each week learning terminology and key quotations from the Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the texts from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

GCSE English Language paper 2 and Blood Brothers revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the texts from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

GCSE English Language paper 2 and Blood Brothers revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from the word classes and Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read the play, ‘Blood Brothers’ to remind yourself of the plot, characters and key themes.

GCSE English Language paper 2 and Blood Brothers revision

Complete learning terminology and key quotations from the word classes and Blood Brothers Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read the play, ‘Blood Brothers’ and make notes on the plot, characters and key themes.  Research the time period that the play was written in and try to find out about Willy Russell’s views and ideas.

Spring Term

 

 

Poetry revision

Spend 30 minutes each week learning terminology and key quotations from the Poetry Anthology Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the poems from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

Poetry revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from the Poetry Anthology Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Remember that you will need to know quotations from the poems from memory for your examination at the end of Year 11.

Poetry revision

Aim to complete learning terminology and key quotations from the Poetry Anthology Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read all of the poems, to remind yourself of the content, language, structure and key themes.

Poetry revision

Complete learning terminology and key quotations from the Poetry Anthology Memrise courses for this term (links will be provided by English teacher.)  Re-read all of the poems, and make notes on the content, language, structure and key themes. 

Summer Term

 

 

Study leave

Continue to work on all Memrise courses.

Study leave

Aim to complete all Memrise courses.

Study leave

Complete all Memrise courses and revise all set texts.

Study leave

Complete all Memrise courses. Revise all set texts and learn quotations and contextual information.

English Language and Literature Year 12

 

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes each week on the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Paris Anthology.

Complete at least half of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Paris Anthology and revise your class notes regularly.

Complete all levels of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Paris Anthology and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.

Complete all levels of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Paris Anthology and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.  Complete your own supplementary reading; talk to your teacher for suggestions.

Christmas Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes each week on the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from The Handmaid’s Tale.

Complete at least half of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from The Handmaid’s Tale and revise your class notes regularly.

Complete all levels of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from The Handmaid’s Tale and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.

Complete all levels of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from The Handmaid’s Tale and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.  Complete your own supplementary reading; talk to your teacher for suggestions.

Winter Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes each week on the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Meantime by Carol Ann Duffy.

Complete at least half of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Meantime by Carol Ann Duffy and revise your class notes regularly.

Complete all levels of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Meantime by Carol Ann Duffy and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.

Complete all levels of the Introduction to Language and Literature Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Meantime by Carol Ann Duffy and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.  Complete your own supplementary reading; talk to your teacher for suggestions.

 

Spring Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes completing the Memrise course(s) you have been set throughout the academic year (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Re-read all of your set texts.

 

Aim to complete the Memrise course(s) you have been set throughout the academic year (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Re-read all of your set texts and class notes.

Complete the Memrise course(s) you have been set throughout the academic year (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Re-read all of your set texts and make detailed revision notes.

Complete the Memrise course(s) you have been set throughout the academic year (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Re-read all of your set texts and make detailed revision notes.

Summer Term

 

 

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

 

English Language and Literature Year 13

 

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Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher. Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Kite Runner by Khaled Hossieni.

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher. Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Kite Runner by Khaled Hossieni and revise your class notes regularly.

 

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher. Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Kite Runner by Khaled Hossieni and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher. Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from Kite Runner by Khaled Hossieni and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.  Complete your own supplementary reading; talk to your teacher for suggestions.

Christmas Term

 

 

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher and Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams.

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher. Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams and revise your class notes regularly.

 

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher. Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher. Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams and make your own analytical notes in advance of studying each text.  Complete your own supplementary reading; talk to your teacher for suggestions.

Winter Term

 

 

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher and Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.) Begin revising your set texts from Year 12.

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher and Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your class teacher.)  Revise your set texts from Year 12.

 

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher and complete the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your class teacher.)  Revise your set texts from Year 12 and create detailed revision notes.

 

Complete your independent research project set by your class teacher and complete the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your class teacher.)  Revise your set texts from Year 12 and create detailed revision notes.  Complete wider reading as recommended by your teacher.

Spring Term

 

 

Continue to work through all Memrise courses (links provided by teacher) and revise all set texts.

Aim to complete all Memrise courses (links provided by teacher) and revise all set texts.

Complete all Memrise courses (links provided by teacher) and thoroughly revise all set texts.

Complete all Memrise courses (links provided by teacher) and thoroughly revise all set texts.  Complete wider reading as recommend by your teacher.

Summer Term

 

 

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

 

English Literature Year 12

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes each week on the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Richard II and Keats poetry.

Complete at least half of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Richard II and Keats poetry.

Complete all of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Richard II and Keats poetry. Complete your own research to develop your understanding of the time periods the texts were produced.

Complete all of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Richard II and Keats poetry.  Complete your own research to develop your understanding of the time periods the texts were produced and conventions of the genre of Tragedy.

Christmas Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes each week on the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby.

Complete at least half of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby.

Complete all of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby. Complete your own research to develop your understanding of the time periods the texts were produced.

Complete all of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby.  Complete your own research to develop your understanding of the time periods the texts were produced and conventions of the genre of Tragedy.

Winter Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes each week on the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby.

Complete at least half of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby.

Complete all of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby. Complete your own research to develop your understanding of the time periods the texts were produced.

Complete all of the Memrise course(s) (links will be provided by your teacher.)

Complete the pre-reading set by your teacher from the Othello and The Great Gatsby.  Complete your own research to develop your understanding of the time periods the texts were produced and conventions of the genre of Tragedy.

Spring Term

 

 

Continue to use Memrise courses (links provided by your teacher) and revise all set texts.

Aim to complete the Memrise courses (links provided by your teacher), revise your set texts and the genre of Tragedy.

Complete all the Memrise courses (links provided by your teacher), thoroughly revise all your set texts, class notes and the genre of Tragedy.

Complete all the Memrise courses links provided by your teacher), thoroughly revise all your set texts, class notes and the genre of Tragedy.  Complete wider reading as recommended by your teacher.

Summer Term

 

 

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

 

English Literature Year 13

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Read Feminism section of AQA Critical Anthology.

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Read Feminism section of AQA Critical Anthology and make detailed notes.  Complete independent research on relevant context.

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Read Feminism section of AQA Critical Anthology and make detailed notes; complete own research into Feminist ways of reading.  Complete independent research on relevant context.

Christmas Term

 

 

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Complete pre-reading of set texts as advised by your teacher.

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Read Feminism section of AQA Critical Anthology.  Complete pre-reading and analysis of set texts as advised by your teacher.

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Read Feminism section of AQA Critical Anthology and make detailed notes.  Complete independent research on relevant context. Complete pre-reading and detailed analysis of set texts as advised by your teacher.  Research the context of your set texts.

 

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Read Feminism section of AQA Critical Anthology and make detailed notes; complete own research into Feminist ways of reading.  Complete independent research on relevant context. Complete pre-reading and detailed analysis of set texts as advised by your teacher.  Research the context of your set texts.

Winter Term

 

 

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on your independent text.  Complete pre-reading of set texts as advised by your teacher.

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on your independent text.  Read the section of AQA Critical Anthology advised by your teacher.  Complete pre-reading of set texts as advised by your teacher. 

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on your independent text.  Read the section of AQA Critical Anthology advised by your teacher and make detailed notes.  Complete independent research on relevant context.

Complete pre-reading of set texts as advised by your teacher and make detailed analytical notes.

Complete independent coursework (NEA) on Rossetti poetry.  Read Feminism section of AQA Critical Anthology and make detailed notes; complete own research into Feminist ways of reading.  Complete independent research on relevant context.  Complete wider reading as advised by your teacher.

Spring Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes a week on the Memrise courses (links provided by your teacher.)

Re-read your set texts from Year 12.

Aim to complete the Memrise courses (links provided by your teacher.)

Re-read your set texts from Year 12 and make detailed revision notes.

Complete the Memrise courses (links provided by your teacher.)

Re-read your set texts from Year 12 and make detailed revision notes.  Revise the genre of Tragedy.

Complete the Memrise courses (links provided by your teacher.)

Re-read your set texts from Year 12 and make detailed revision notes.  Revise the genre of Tragedy.  Complete wider reading as advised by your teacher.

Summer Term

 

 

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

 

Creative Writing Year 12

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Spend at least 30 minutes a week reading a range of texts, keeping a bibliography of reading. Jot down thoughts and ideas weekly in your journal.

Spend at least an hour a week reading a range of texts, keeping a bibliography of reading. Jot down thoughts and ideas twice weekly in your journal.

Spend at least 2 hours a week reading a range of texts, keeping a bibliography of reading. Jot down thoughts and ideas daily in your journal.

Spend at least 5 hours a week reading a range of texts, keeping a bibliography of reading. Jot down thoughts and ideas several times a day in your journal.

Christmas Term

 

 

Read elements of specific travel writing texts, poetry, non-fiction texts, short plays and stories as suggested by your teacher. Jot down thoughts and ideas weekly in your journal.

Read specific travel writing texts, poetry, non-fiction texts, short plays and stories as suggested by your teacher. Jot down thoughts and ideas twice weekly in your journal.

Read a range of specific travel writing texts, poetry, non-fiction texts, short plays and stories as suggested by your teacher. Jot down thoughts and ideas daily in your journal.

Read a wide range of travel writing texts, poetry, non-fiction texts, short plays and stories beyond those suggested by your teacher. Jot down thoughts and ideas several times a day in your journal.

Winter Term

 

 

Complete at least one draft of both pieces of coursework.

Complete at least two drafts of both pieces of coursework.

Complete at least three drafts of both pieces of coursework.

Complete at least four drafts of both pieces of coursework.

Spring Term

 

 

Complete at least one draft of both pieces of coursework plus the commentary.

Complete at least two drafts of both pieces of coursework plus the commentary.

Complete at least three drafts of both pieces of coursework plus the commentary.

Complete at least four drafts of both pieces of coursework plus the commentary.

Summer Term

 

 

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

 

Creative Writing Year 13

 

Beginning

Developing

Secure

Excellence

Autumn Term

 

 

Read some extracts from a selection of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce a short response stimulated by the texts.

Read some extracts from a range of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce developing responses stimulated by the texts.

Read some extracts from a wide range of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce developed responses stimulated by the texts.

 

Read some extracts from an extensive range of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce developed and thoughtful responses stimulated by the texts.

 

Christmas Term

 

 

Complete at least one draft of coursework.

Complete at least two drafts of coursework.

Complete at least three drafts of coursework.

Complete at least four drafts of coursework.

Winter Term

 

 

Complete at least one draft of coursework.

Complete at least two drafts of coursework.

Complete at least three drafts of coursework.

Complete at least four drafts of coursework.

Spring Term

 

 

Read some extracts from a selection of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce a short response stimulated by the texts.

Read some extracts from a range of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce developing responses stimulated by the texts.

Read some extracts from a wide range of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce developed responses stimulated by the texts.

 

Read some extracts from an extensive range of writers and discuss how they are written, the writer’s craft and how the writer’s intentions have been realised. (Openings of novels, short stories, one act plays, short scripts and starts of plays and poems of a range of different styles, as well as some pieces of non-fiction.)

Produce developed and thoughtful responses stimulated by the texts.

 

Summer Term

 

 

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave

Study leave