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Year 12 Yellow Wallpaper Extension Reading

Dear Year 12, here are some places that might start some AO3/ 5 reading for your NEA if you are using The Yellow Wallpaper: Extension Reading for The Yellow Wallpaper Wear-and-Tear-Hints for Overworked second paragraph on page 33,httpswww.nlm.nih.govexhibitionliteratureofprescriptioneducationc2HighSchoolEnglish.html Enjoy! Ms … Continue reading

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Y12: The Yellow Wallaper

Dear Y12 Please ensure that notes are kept up to date. Here are slides from today’s lesson. Thank you Mrs Morgan NEA PLC slides The Yellow Wallpaper AO2 and discusison points

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Year 12 The Yellow Wallpaper Afterword

Dear Year 12, Here is the scan of the Afterword. Please print this off, read it and bring it to our lesson on Thursday. The Yellow Wallpaper After Word See you there and then! Ms Murphy

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Year 12 Research methods & referencing workshop

Today you will be familiarising yourself with the three main types of secondary reading you will use for your NEA . This will support your A05 – alternative interpretations. The three types are: books / magazines / online. You will … Continue reading

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Year 13 NEA proposals – initial idea homework

For this week’s NEA homework, every Y13 (was 12) student has to post a comment . There are three parts to it. Please comment on what you were inspired to read following our departmental text launch last Thursday – we … Continue reading

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NEA text launch & first deadline

Here are some questions linking to texts suggested today 2nd text guidance launch lesson Ms Murphy’s suggestions in detail Ms Murphy’s second text info Mrs Taylor’s suggestions in detail Mrs Taylor’s suggestions Mrs Morgan’s suggestions in detail Mrs Morgan second … Continue reading

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Y12: The Yellow Wallpaper – an introduction

Dear Y12 Firstly, welcome back – it is lovely to see you/meet you all. We should be back to 17 next week for my lessons and it is the usual 2 for a week A and our new double for … Continue reading

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Year 12 NEA slides and A2 course overview

Dear Year 12, well done on completing all of  your exams and the AS English course. We welcome you all back with open arms to start the A2 course! Here are the resources you will need to print and slip … Continue reading

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NEA final draft improvement guidance

Dear all, Deadline for your final drafts of the NEA: Wednesday 19th April. Bring it with cover sheet/ referencing/ bibliography / word count on a post-it on top. It needs to arrive to the English Office by the end of … Continue reading

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Plymouth library closures – have your say!

Dear students, parents and colleagues, If you live in the city, you may be aware that Plymouth City Council are proposing the closure of a large number of  libraries. Libraries in Efford, Eggbuckland, Ernesettle, Estover, Laira, North Prospect, Peverell, Stoke, Tothill … Continue reading

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