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Chip in! - AQA GCSE Lit - Relationships

Discussion in 'English' started by RichardWarren, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. RichardWarren

    RichardWarren New commenter

    Hi All
    As part of the big drive on improving and extending the TES English Resources, I've volunteered to head up collating resources to support teaching the Relationships cluster of poems in the new Anthology.
    So, first of all, this is a plea for all users of the Forum to get involved in shaping exactly what these resources might encompass. What would be most / least useful to you in delivering the content and skills associated with this topic?
    Secondly, what might you be able to contribute? If you've not shared resources on the TES before, this could be your moment to shine! Alternatively, if you're an old hand, what have you got stashed away that could prove vital? Perhaps you've got something squirreled away on 'To His Coy Mistress' from the old NEAB days?
    However you might be able to help, please do. All ideas and resources will be gratefully received!
    Cheers
    Richard

     
  2. RichardWarren

    RichardWarren New commenter

    Hi All
    As part of the big drive on improving and extending the TES English Resources, I've volunteered to head up collating resources to support teaching the Relationships cluster of poems in the new Anthology.
    So, first of all, this is a plea for all users of the Forum to get involved in shaping exactly what these resources might encompass. What would be most / least useful to you in delivering the content and skills associated with this topic?
    Secondly, what might you be able to contribute? If you've not shared resources on the TES before, this could be your moment to shine! Alternatively, if you're an old hand, what have you got stashed away that could prove vital? Perhaps you've got something squirreled away on 'To His Coy Mistress' from the old NEAB days?
    However you might be able to help, please do. All ideas and resources will be gratefully received!
    Cheers
    Richard

     
  3. Good idea. Here's a lesson plan with resources for Manhunt and some bits for Hour:
    https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Armitage-Manhunt-and-Duffy-Hour-6071348/requestAction/update/
    When I uploaded there were no folders for the new spec resources. I could have put my resource into e.g. Different Cultures, but there was no 'Relationships' section etc. TES needs to update the settings.

     

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