Hope you can steal some 'me' time' despite the exhaustion and checklist of things to prepare for next term.
I have added an updated ‘Anzac' unit of work that I used when I was still teaching. I have made it into a booklet that can be run off for students.
I have checked that the included clip sites are currently working but it would be safer to run them off for use in class. It has a strong focus on developing visual literacy skills.
I am currently working on Shakespeare texts and so have enjoyed swapping over to doing this for a while.
The resource can be downloaded from stanners2020.weebly.com website.
You do not need a password until the holidays.
Hope you find it useful.
I would love any feedback if you choose to use it with any of your classes.
An excellent 'Advanced Course' choice for Texts and Human Experiences
Shakespeare's representation of themes relating to power, discrimination and vengeance helps account for many drama critics arguing that 'The Merchant of Venice' remains as relevant to modern audiences as it ways to those in Elizabethan England. The nexus between individual and collective human experiences is strengthened by the bard's representation of enduring human qualities, values, beliefs and motivations linked to notions of justice and honour. Students also have the benefit of having access to a wealth of critical analysis of the play's contentious issues and ambiguities.
I have taught this play several times and am enjoying working with it again as a 'Human Experiences' text.
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Possible Prelim Text to use from the past
I am an experienced English Head teacher and author of many Senior English textbooks.