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English: Polari

This is a lesson about the ‘anti-language’ Polari. Polari is a slang used by gay men (predominantly) in the years before the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in 1967. This lesson usualises and actualises gay and bisexual men. Learning Objectives: LO1  Understanding and responding to what speakers say in formal and informal contexts LO2  Recognise different […]

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Poetry & Music lyrics analysis

Lesson Title: Poetry/Music lyrics analysis              Key Stage: 4 National Curriculum Key Stage and Targets: (2.2b) Understand how meaning is constructed within sentences and across texts as a whole. (2.2g) Relate texts to their social and historical contexts and to the literary traditions of which they are a part. Cross-Curricular Elements: History – timeline of events […]

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Stereotypes and the Media

Lesson Title:   Stereotypes and the Media Key Stage: 3/4                                                          National Curriculum Key Stage and Targets: (2.2g) Understand how audiences and readers choose and respond to texts (2.2m) […]

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mrs. tiresias

KS4: English – ‘Mrs Tiresias’

Mrs Tiresias is a poem from The World’s Wife selection written by Carol Ann Duffy and published in 1999. It uses a Greek myth to explore ideas about gender and sexual orientation.

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KS4: ICT – ‘Alan Turing Father of Modern Computer Science’

By using the life of Alan Turing as a basis for research, students will develop ICT skills in PowerPoint or Publisher by creating digital posters. The main aim of the lesson if for learners to recognise the intended audience of their work and to adjust and adapt the use and presentation of ICT appropriately. All […]

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