by Teachit
29th March 2017



With so many unseen texts in the new GCSE and an emphasis on challenging texts from KS3 upwards, it’s becoming all the more important for students to unlock the meaning of unfamiliar words on their own. To prepare students for this daunting experience,...


by Teachit
24th January 2017



From 28th Jan to 4th February it’s all about telling stories. So rather than rolling your eyes when your students tell you that their homework was eaten by their sibling, or that the school bus broke down, instead congratulate them on their vivid imagination...


by Teachit
12th December 2016



Teaching Gothic literature? There’s a good chance that if you’re not teaching it now, you will be soon. As Victoria Walker explains in our latest newsletter, the Gothic is pervasive in English classrooms, and it’s appropriate at every key stage. Victoria’s...


by Teachit
2nd November 2016



With rising levels of anxiety in children and an increasing atmosphere of intolerance, anti-bullying week feels particularly important this year. There are a number of thought-provoking resources on Teachit English you could use with your classes to...



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