Methods of Language Analysis Scheme of Work for AS/A Level AQA

Each lesson includes:
  • Lesson Plans
  • Starters
  • Main Tasks
  • Extension Tasks
  • Plenaries
  • Differentiated Homeworks

Pick up and teach this comprehensive 7-lesson scheme of work with accompanying lesson plans, worksheets and indicative content. Everything you need to simplify planning and equip your students with the skills to critically analyse and evaluate unseen texts in their AS/A Level AQA exams!

  1. Overview Scheme of Work
    Focused objectives structured to the AOs with clear breakdown of the resources required for each lesson. Mix and match your teaching with ease!

  2. Detailed Lesson Plans
    Teacher’s notes, clear timings, key terms and differentiation ideas for the 6 AQA-prescribed areas of language. Plus! Concluding lesson enables students to apply learning with Paper 1 exam-style questions!

  3. Engaging Worksheets
    All main activities and homeworks provided in worksheet form. Contains a variety of individual and group tasks to suit all learner types, and extension tasks for speedy, higher-ability students.

  4. Indicative Content
    Full answers for easy marking and peer- or self-assessment!

What do teachers say about this resource? (8466)

A very thorough resource that looks at a wide range of methods. The opening grids that group the methods together under the more generic headings is useful and the worksheets that go with each lesson plan are great!

The most obvious place of the spec this is helpful to is with the Language Investigation of the NEA as, just looking at the grid will help students decide on methodologies etc. However, the methods are relevant to the two papers too - there's no way of avoiding methods through any part of the spec really.

N Timmis, Teacher, Exam Board Moderator & Peer Reviewer

A good resource... The lessons plans are clear and the resource usefully includes answer sheets for ease... I really liked the worksheets - these will be incredibly useful for teachers and students revising the language levels. 

R Caveney, Teacher & Peer Reviewer