Author(s): Helena Ceranic
This resource comprises over 70 detailed lesson plans and photocopiable student worksheets, all curriculum-linked and simple to follow. English teachers constantly have to think up new ways to engage their class. It's hard enough for teachers to fit all their marking, extra-curricular duties and training into their lives, let alone finding time to think up exciting new ways of introducing Dickens, or designing activities to bring Caribbean poetry. "Resources for Teaching English 11-14" provides complete, curriculum-friendly lesson plans and student worksheets for busy secondary school teachers. This resource comprises an assortment of more than 70 lesson plans, each designed to motivate and inspire student and make the lesson go as smoothly and purposefully as possible. Each teacher's plan includes: the aims and objectives of the lesson, a lesson starter, main lesson plan and plenary, each with suggested timeframes to help teachers keep inside the parameters of the lesson, homework ideas, and tips for making it harder or easier for G&T or SEN students. Fully-photocopiable or downloadable student worksheets accompany each lesson plan.
It's hard enough for teachers to fit all their marking, extra-curricular duties and training into their lives, let alone finding time to think up exciting new ways of delivering their subject to a mixed-ability class. This new series offers complete, curriculum-friendly lesson plans for busy secondary school teachers of various disciplines. Each title includes an assortment of approximately 70 lesson plans designed to motivate and inspire students. Each plan consists of a teacher's sheet, providing: the aims and objectives of the lesson; a lesson starter, main phase, plenary and homework ideas, each with suggested timeframes, and guidance on how to adapt the activities to make them harder or easier for gifted and talented, or less able pupils. Each plan also includes a photocopiable, or downloadable student task sheet which corresponds to the teacher's lesson plan, plus online resources including links to useful websites, material to display on the whiteboard and time-saving cheat sheets.
About the author:
Helena Ceranic is Head of English and Teacher Research Coordinator at Bottisham Village College in Cambridgeshire. She has taught English in three secondary schools and has experience of being a Lead English teacher for Essex Local Authority.