SPaG Topic on a Page for GCSE English Language

Covers the essentials concisely!

Visually stimulating A3 photocopiable revision posters cover all of the spelling, punctuation and grammar content of the 2015 9–1 GCSE English Language specifications in a student-friendly way.

I love how much useful information is packed onto one page! This resource will be immensely useful for all topics and will easily complement any of the exam specifications... I will definitely purchase it when it becomes available! T Gladwin, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
Suitable for all 2015
9–1 specs

Each topic summary is provided (in both A3 and A4 format) as:

  1. A complete Revision Poster
  2. A partially complete Activity Poster with focused and varied tasks for structured revision

    • Concise notes covering all of the need-to-know terminology – crucial for hitting top marks in AO2 and AO6!
    • Carefully designed to support students’ visual understanding.
    • Plus! Exam-style questions with annotated exemplars – puts SPaG revision into practice!

    • Hand out at the end of the course or topic for revision and consolidation
    • Assign partially completed posters as in-class activities or homeworks
    • Display in classroom or use as place mats as visual cues

    A clear, comprehensive guide to key SPAG terms that students need to be familiar with for the new 9–1 GCSEs… After using this resource students would be much more confident in using key terminology and understanding how language works. This acts as a step-by-step guide of what to look for in reading and what to use in writing. A Wellard, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
What do teachers have to say about this resource? (8214)
'Beautifully presented, full of information... I liked the flow-chart and mind-map style layouts for breaking down punctuation and parts speech. Many of my learners respond to visual resources, so they would take well to this layout. There is lots of scope to adapt, simplify, stretch and challenge... Clearly matches SPaG element of spec. Encourages students to look beyond the basic, but can also be used to help students understand the 'logic' behind elements of SPaG that they may be getting wrong.' J Roe, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'Incredibly comprehensive and highly useful for KS2 to KS4... I would use all of the pages, either as posters or learning mats... [They] contextualise all of the SPaG points that are important to understand and apply to our writing... I love how much useful information is packed onto one page, and I like how well the pages are organised by key SPaG topics. For example, the spelling poster provides key rules and patterns for spelling and also categorises these patterns by spelling, pronunciation and meaning. Each topic is covered in depth and visually depicted in ways that I think students will find helpful... It will be immensely useful for all topics covered in English and will easily complement any of the exam specifications... I will definitely purchase this resource when it becomes available! Thank you for making this incredibly useful resource!' T Gladwin, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'Useful revision activities containing a vast amount of information.' S Freeburn, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'A clear, comprehensive guide to key SPAG terms that students need to be familiar with for the new 9-1 GCSEs. Clearly organised, great to use as revision posters for students to take home too... I really liked the 'Grammar - Parts of Speech' sections as it clearly breaks down what students need to know and be able to refer to using correct subject terminology. I also really like the 'Aspect/Voice/Tense' grid. Perfect for teaching this as it gives clear examples of areas which can be difficult for students to grasp. After using this resource students would be much more confident in using key terminology and understanding how language works as this is acts as a step-by-step guide of what to look for in reading and what to use in writing.' A Wellard, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'Each mind map makes for an effective opening task which can then be applied to a more specific writing task... The incomplete mind maps are a great resource for pupils to work alone or in groups to develop knowledge... The generic exam-style questions are also of great benefit as pupils can apply their learning directly... [The resource] provides teachers with a very clear view of a range of areas for discussion and study.' S Owen, Head of English and Independent Reviewer