KS3/KS4 Overview. Wk. Timescales 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B weeks RATL RATL RATL weeks in total for SOL coverage.

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1 Year 7 Wk. Timescales 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B weeks RATL RATL RATL weeks in total Alice in Wonderland ( Alice in Wonderland (Literature Romeo and Juliet ( Romeo and Juliet (Literature 4-5 Pre completion (teachers will complete one or more needs). Pupils to write an account on the day in a life of a child from the Victorian Era. Writing in character either as the mouse of as Alice following their interaction. How does the character feel and what might they want to express to one another? Persuasive speech Write as the Mayor of Wonderland talking to its inhabitants about the creature who caused damage in the White Rabbit s house. Why must she be Write a newspaper article as a restaurant critic after having visited the Mad Hatter s Tea Party. paragraph: How does Carroll create atmosphere in this chapter? Teacher to model paragraph for students. You can choose an atmosphere to focus in on for weaker/mixed ability sets or give more capable students the freedom to choose. Pupils to write an account on the day in the life of a person from the Elizabethan era. paragraphs looking at parenting place focus on language () and contextual links (). Write a letter in character (either as Romeo or Juliet) to a friend where you detail your experience at the party and after it. How are you feeling? Are you happy or do you have concerns? What might they be? paragraphs who is to blame for the bloodshed in Act 3, Scene 1. Teacher to model writing for students and encourage original responses to the task. Model how to closely examining language to reveal how tone changes and get students to apply the same approach. Write Juliet s obituary to be printed in the local newspaper. Poetry: Love Through the Ages ( pick a time period and write a love letter to express their feelings. The focus here should be on ensuring that the context matches the time period. Model / guide pupils on how to write a response to an unseen poem and complete at least 2 write guides on how to manage parents and guides for parents on Poetry: Love Through the Ages (Literature write a series of diary entries as the speaker in The Collar and try to capture the tone and emotions from the poem. complete at least 2 paragraphs to focus on an aspect of the poet s works (use of themes, tone, language etc.).

2 apprehended? What threat does she pose? how to manage children. Year 8 R16a, R19-28 W1, W2, W3a-b, W4, W5, W7, W8, W11, W14, W17, W18, W19, W20, W22 SL1-12 choice of tasks Write to argue, persuade or advise. R16, R19-28 W1-22 choice of tasks whole text analytical Aspects covered: R1, R2, R3, R4c, R6, R10, R14, R15, R16a, R18-28 W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, W7-8, W10, W14, W17, W18, W19, W20-21 S1, S2, S3, S4, S8-9 Write to inform, explain or describe. R1-4c, R10, R14-16a, R23 W1-3c, W4a, W5-9, W12-21 whole text analytical R1-2, R4a-c, R5, R8, R9, R10, R11, R12, R16, R127, R28 W1-2, W3b, E4, W5, W8, W12, W14, W17, W18-19, W20b, W22 SL1, SL3, SL5, SL6, SL11-12 Write to imagine, explore or entertain / argue, persuade or advise weeks RATL RATL RATL weeks in total Of Mice and Men Of Mice and Men Much Ado About Much Ado About ( (Literature Nothing ( Nothing (Literature War Poetry ( R1-R4a, R5-6, R8-16a and b, R17, R19-28 W1-2, W8, W9, W13, W14, W17-19, W20b, W22 SL1-5, SL8-12 Comparison essay / unseen poetry War Poetry (Literature

3 4-5 Pre completion (teachers will complete one or more needs). write a newspaper article on the Wall Street crash. then be tasked with writing further s linked to other characters in the chapter. Pupils to create mind maps on the themes and write paragraph on themes. R16a, R19-28 Write a persuasive letter as Crooks to the Boss requesting to be moved into the bunkhouse with the rest of the ranchers (followed with a reply from the Boss). Teacher to model how to write about atmosphere and students to practise writing their own responses. practise writing R16, R19-28 Pupils to write an account on the day in the life of a person from the Elizabethan era. Model full analysis / writing paragraphs linked to the extracts. paragraph on themes. Aspects covered: R1, R2, R3, R4c, R6, R10, R14, R15, R16a, R18-28 Pupils to write about the setting in one part of the play and how the setting impacts on the audience. Closely annotate the scene to show the factors effecting the atmosphere within Act: 5, Scene: 1. R1-4c, R10, R14-16a, R23 Choose an image (as above) and write A Day in the Life of one of the subjects in the images. Model / guide pupils on how to write a response to an unseen poem students to complete at least 2 write descriptive paragraphs to present a natural, beautiful scene before war and then another to describe the scene after focus on the disruption that war causes. R1-2, R4a-c, R5, R8, R9, R10, R11, explore real-life accounts of soldiers for students to write their own poems that could be used in the hospital; to find other poems that they feel would be suitable and annotate/present focusing on the voice of the solider. Model and guide students on how to write about tone complete at least 2 R1-R4a, R5-6, R8-16a and b, R17, R19-28

4 Year 9 W1, W2, W3a-b, W4, W5, W7, W8, W11, W14, W17, W18, W19, W20, W22 SL1-12 choice of tasks Write to imagine, explore or entertain / argue, persuade or advise. W1-22 choice of tasks whole text analytical W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, W7-8, W10, W14, W17, W18, W19, W20-21 S1, S2, S3, S4, S8-9 RATL A Christmas Carol weeks in total Paper: 1. Write to inform, explain or describe / argue, persuade or advise. Power and Conflict Poetry: The Charge of the Light Brigade, Exposure, Bayonet Charge, Remains, Poppies, War Photographer, The Emigree. W1-3c, W4a, W5-9, W12-21 whole text analytical Paper: 2. R12, R16, R127, R28 W1-2, W3b, E4, W5, W8, W12, W14, W17, W18-19, W20b, W22 SL1, SL3, SL5, SL6, SL11-12 Write to inform, explain or describe / argue, persuade or advise. Power and Conflict Poetry: Ozymandias, London, The Prelude, My Last Duchess, Storm on the Island, Tissue, Kamikaze, Checking Out Me History. W1-2, W8, W9, W13, W14, W17-19, W20b, W22 SL1-5, SL8-12 Comparison essay / unseen poetry Macbeth.

5 3-4 Pre completion. tests on questions as questions are explored. Practice questions for sections A and B. All AOs for mini extract analyses. practices. Comparison question. tests on questions as questions are explored. Practice questions for sections A and B. AOs covered: Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3 Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3 All AOs for practices and practices for comparison. Comparison questions / unseen poetry. mini extract analyses. Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3 Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3, 4 Year weeks in total 3-4 Pre completion. RATL Complete Macbeth. practices and mini extract analyses. A Christmas Carol. Review poetry. Review Papers. mini extract analyses. practices for comparison. Section B and C practice for Lit Paper: 2. AOs covered: questions based on pupils needs. Practice questions for all sections Lang Papers 1 and 2. An Inspector Calls. practices linked to characters, themes, context, plot. Whole text analytical Complete An Inspector Calls / check on course coverage and address any gaps. mini assessment. Whole text analytical

6 Year 11 Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3, 4 Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3 Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3 All AOs for 1-2 RATL / Complete audit of work 3-5 Pre completion. assessments according to identified needs. Address gaps according to needs from the audit. assessments prior to full PPE on both papers. Review Literature Paper: 1 and Paper: 1. assessments prior to full PPE on both papers. ***Potential set changes*** Review P: 2 and Literature P: 2. practices as per needs. General revision and review. practices as per needs. General revision and review. assessments Continuous prep complete or completed under formal PPE sessions. As above for completion. Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3, 4 Lit AOs: 1, 2, 3, 4