Through Our Eyes KS4 Anthology Teacher Pack: 24 brilliant texts to enrich your GCSE English curriculum

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24 brilliant texts to enrich your GCSE English curriculum

Weave more representative and inclusive contemporary texts and writers into Key Stage 4 with this new anthology compiled by an expert panel of writers and teachers.

· Support the study of unseen texts at GCSE 9-1 with a rich choice of diverse and representative texts
· Choose from 8 fiction extracts, 8 non-fiction extracts and 8 poems to inspire students and help develop their reading and writing skills
· Knit into current schemes of work with strong thematic links to the most popular GCSE set texts and tasks that develop the key skills in the GCSE English assessment objectives
· Feel confident to deliver rewarding and engaging lessons using the teaching guidance, context notes, language support and ready-made lesson plans and worksheets
· Fully editable, downloadable and photocopiable so you can teach flexibly and share across the department
· The perfect companion to Who We Are KS3 Anthology Teacher Pack 9780008474607

RRP: £100.00

ISBN

978-0-00-851188-3

Publication Date

24-02-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

160 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Author

Ali Al-Jamri, Joanne Benjamin-Lewis, Payal Bhavsar, Djamila Boothman, Jamila Gavin, Mike Gould, Jo Heathcote and Lindsay Skinner, Series edited by Jo Heathcote

Jo Heathcote is a highly experienced English teacher in Manchester, a Principal for an examination board and the writer of numerous textbooks, resources and study guides for major educational publishers. She is a firm believer in a rich, varied and challenging English curriculum which is inclusive of the experiences and heritages of all her students.

Product Description

24 brilliant texts to enrich your GCSE English curriculum

Weave more representative and inclusive contemporary texts and writers into Key Stage 4 with this new anthology compiled by an expert panel of writers and teachers.

· Support the study of unseen texts at GCSE 9-1 with a rich choice of diverse and representative texts
· Choose from 8 fiction extracts, 8 non-fiction extracts and 8 poems to inspire students and help develop their reading and writing skills
· Knit into current schemes of work with strong thematic links to the most popular GCSE set texts and tasks that develop the key skills in the GCSE English assessment objectives
· Feel confident to deliver rewarding and engaging lessons using the teaching guidance, context notes, language support and ready-made lesson plans and worksheets
· Fully editable, downloadable and photocopiable so you can teach flexibly and share across the department
· The perfect companion to Who We Are KS3 Anthology Teacher Pack 9780008474607

ISBN

978-0-00-851188-3

Publication Date

24-02-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

160 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

24 brilliant texts to enrich your GCSE English curriculum

Weave more representative and inclusive contemporary texts and writers into Key Stage 4 with this new anthology compiled by an expert panel of writers and teachers.

· Support the study of unseen texts at GCSE 9-1 with a rich choice of diverse and representative texts
· Choose from 8 fiction extracts, 8 non-fiction extracts and 8 poems to inspire students and help develop their reading and writing skills
· Knit into current schemes of work with strong thematic links to the most popular GCSE set texts and tasks that develop the key skills in the GCSE English assessment objectives
· Feel confident to deliver rewarding and engaging lessons using the teaching guidance, context notes, language support and ready-made lesson plans and worksheets
· Fully editable, downloadable and photocopiable so you can teach flexibly and share across the department
· The perfect companion to Who We Are KS3 Anthology Teacher Pack 9780008474607

Author

Ali Al-Jamri, Joanne Benjamin-Lewis, Payal Bhavsar, Djamila Boothman, Jamila Gavin, Mike Gould, Jo Heathcote and Lindsay Skinner, Series edited by Jo Heathcote

Jo Heathcote is a highly experienced English teacher in Manchester, a Principal for an examination board and the writer of numerous textbooks, resources and study guides for major educational publishers. She is a firm believer in a rich, varied and challenging English curriculum which is inclusive of the experiences and heritages of all her students.