great for developing new ways to express emotional states. Beware of colloquial language (e.g. "Mad" as a synonym of "Angry") - click on image for download. Credit to Dr. Gloria Wilcox for creating this excellent resource.
Excellent guide to improving your responses in your English GCSE. Credit to Geoff Barton.
Discourse markers, descriptive and persuasive techniques
A useful mnemonic to help respond to structure questions, complete with writing frame
Useful resource for teaching prepositions of location. All credit goes to North Sea English Academy for this great resource.
Excellent guide to improving your writing response in your English GCSE. Credit to Geoff Barton.
Speech template complete with example speech plan
Useful guide to common homophones, includes exercise at start
Useful resource for teaching prepositions of time. All credit goes to English Course Malta
Vocabulary builder for description and persuasion. Credit to Geoff Barton.
Brief summary sheet of rules of Apostrophe use, includes exercise at the end.
A handy list of structure terms used in novels. Exercise attached.
How to become an A* student in English. Credit to Geoff Barton.