Who We Are KS3 Anthology Teacher Pack (häftad)
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Gould, Mike (förf)/Heathcote, Jo (förf)/Skinner, Lindsay (förf)
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Who We Are KS3 Anthology Teacher Pack

24 Brilliant Texts to Enrich Your KS3 English Curriculum

Häftad,  Engelska, 2021-07-15
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24 brilliant texts to enrich your KS3 English curriculum Finalist Education Resources Awards 2024 Weave more representative and inclusive contemporary texts and writers into Key Stage 3 with this new anthology compiled by an expert panel of writers and teachers. Enable all students see themselves in or find a point of connection with the texts they are reading from the start of secondary school Choose from a diverse range of poetry, fiction extracts and non-fiction, including speeches and spoken sources to inspire students and help develop their writing skills Feel confident to deliver rewarding and engaging lessons using the teaching guidance, context notes, language support and ready-made activities Fully editable, downloadable and photocopiable so you can teach flexibly and share across the department
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'I love the way the lessons are planned with plenty of resources to help and support the students. The book has such a diverse range: with all my 16 years experience in education, I don't think I've seen anything like it! There's so much to work with: poetry, fiction and non-fiction and speeches which particularly came in useful when working with the current year 11 for their English speaking exam earlier this year. Would highly recommend! Every English department should have a copy.' I-Tasha Honeyghan, Behaviour Practitioner, Stoke Dameral Community College At Ashfield School we have used both anthologies as part of our drive to include more diverse and inclusive texts which prompt discussion and debate around some most complex and challenging issues such as prejudice, stereotypes, social media pressures. [These] have been very well received and have broadened our curriculum to ensure that we have interesting and engaging texts (and excellent associated resources) to help engage students whilst teaching the question format and structure of the exam. Deborah Price, Ashfield School We bought the texts in an effort to diversify our curriculum further and because the texts and resources within the books seemed appropriate for our students. So far, weve used the material to write assessment papers and as comprehensions, and we will be looking to incorporate more of them in our poetry and non-fiction schemes of work in the future. Its very much a work in progress, but we are really pleased we have both books! Mr Nik Waight, Head of English, St Georges College, Weybridge

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Jamila Gavin was born in Mussoorie, India, in the foothills of the Himalayas. With an Indian father and an English mother, she inherited two rich cultures that ran side by side throughout her life and always made her feel she belonged to both countries. Jamilas family moved to England when she was 11. She studied music and worked for the BBC before having a family of her own and becoming a childrens writer, wanting to reflect the multicultural world in which she and her children now lived. Mike Gould is a former Head of English and an experienced author who has written over 150 books and other resources for teachers and students, including GCSE and IGCSE textbooks and digital support material. He has also been a Senior Lecturer in English and Education, teaching the history of the English language, creative writing and how to apply new technologies to the English classroom.