English Language and Literature: Teaching Resources

Discover our extensive library of English teaching resources to support the learning of the English language and literature. With essential topics covered such as grammar, creative writing, and poetry! – these resources ensure your students receive a quality education that’s both fun and interactive!

KS3, GCSE, Legacy GCSE, A Level, International Baccalaureate and more…

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Explore a literary journey with our teaching resources that range from the classics to contemporary works. Our comprehensive collection for teachers and tutors covers everything from prose, poetry, and drama to both pre-1900 and post-2000 texts. Unseen texts and set texts are included, along with comparison and context guides.

Our best-selling Study Guides, Resource Packs, and Course Companions cater to all levels of learners, while our Activity Packs and Weaker Learner Packs provide a more interactive and engaging approach to teaching. And for stronger students, our Gifted and Talented and Advanced Learner Packs provide the support needed to fully grasp and appreciate the texts.

Authored by expert teachers, examiners, and subject specialists, our resources breathe life into the written word and highlight the diverse and rich world of English literature.

781 resources available in the following categories:

  • KS3
    • Reading: Drama, Literature, Poetry,  Non Fiction
    • Writing: Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
    • Speaking and Listening
    • Classroom Activities: Starters and Plenaries
    • Homeworks
    • Cover Lessons
    • Reading, Writing and Speaking
    • Author Studies
    • Shakespeare
    • Contemporary Drama and prose Fiction
    • Non-Fiction
    • Contemporary Poetry
    • Literary Heritage Poetry
    • KS2/3 Transition
  • GCSE
    • Language
      • AQA
      • Edexcel
      • Eduqas
      • OCR
      • All Specifications
    • Literature
      • Drama
      • Poetry
      • Prose
      • Exam Preparation
      • Revision
      • Gifted and Talented
      • Weaker Learner
      • CCEA Specific
    • Legacy GCSE
      • Poetry: OCR Anthology
      • Drama: Literary Heritage
      • Drama: Modern
      • Prose: Different Cultures
      • Prose: Modern
      • Cover Work
    • Legacy iGCSE
      • CIE Literature
    • Legacy Entry Level WJEC
  • A Level
    • Language and Literature
      • AQA
      • Language
      • Literature
      • Drama
      • Poetry
      • Prose
      • Literary Criticism
      • Exam Preparation
    • Legacy
      • AQA Creative Writing (last exams 2018)
      • Language
      • Literature Specialised – written for AQA A Literature
      • Literature Specialised – written for AQA B Literature
      • Literature Specialised – written for CIE Literature
      • Literature Specialised – written for OCR Literature
      • Literature Specialised – written for WJEC Literature
      • Literature Texts – Drama
      • Literature Texts – Poetry
      • Literature Texts – Prose
  • Pearson Edexcel International GCSE
  • Cambridge IGCSE
  • International Baccalaureate
  • Functional Skills
  • Poetry Recordings
    • Anthology
    • Poet
    • Proofreading

The ability to analyze and collaborate with people from all walks of life and to effectively communicate within that environment will give students the foundation to move into any career direction they desire.

All our courses are created to foster these skills and to equip students for their future in English Language and Literature studies. Focusing on these skillsets we explore many topics and content and themes to empower our students to engage and challenge their perceived boundaries.

Years 7 & 8

During years 7 and 8, we develop the student’s skills for the English language through the study of a novel and various pieces of poetry. Students will enjoy the English language through creative writing and experience the linguistic skills of Shakespeare in the seventh year. When they progress to eighth-year studies, students will further explore Shakespeare as well as War Poetry and the very popular genre of dystopian literature.

Year 9 – Transition Year

Year 9 is designed to be the stepping stone between the start of Key Stage 3 and the higher levels of GCSE.

Years 10 & 11

As a compulsory course, English Language and Literature are evaluated entirely by examinations that culminate in the final exam at the end of year 11. As a skills-based course, students have to focus on the application of their skills in reading and writing during the exams, which will be based on 3 separate literary texts and a selection of poetry.

Sixth Form

English language studies are very popular amongst students for A-Levels, as it is very desirable for career preparation when it comes to further studies in Law, History, Political studies as well as Advertising and Marketing and Journalism.

English Language A-Level (AQA):

This curriculum is aimed at the study of how different social groups use language to communicate and how young children employ their language to develop their social skills.

English Literature A-Level (AQA Specification B):

By studying a wide range of poetry, drama, and prose literary pieces from the perspective of a specific genre of understanding students further their development in Language studies. Students will specifically explore the great tragedies of the English language like Othello and Death of a Salesman.

  • What are English Teaching Resources?

    English teaching resources offer teachers everything they need for providing exceptional language education for their students, with support for reading, writing, and speaking as well as including literature and drama lessons.

    These English teaching resources contain materials designed for all grade levels - from elementary school up to college-level studies - offering worksheets and activities designed to develop language skills such as grammar, punctuation, spelling, and pronunciation. Furthermore, this resource gives guidance for introducing literature into classroom settings by offering resources covering plot structure to character development within literary texts as well as strategies to effectively teach works of literature.

    Furthermore, these resources are specifically targeted toward helping teachers develop their students' public speaking abilities in various contexts, from giving presentations or speeches on certain subjects to participating in mock debates or dialogues with their classmates. It also covers effective use of Drama techniques within classroom environments; including roleplay exercises where children can practice language structures while appearing naturalistic onstage.

    English teaching resource's focus lies not only in equipping educators with all of the tools necessary but also in reinforcing fun while learning a second language - this ensures student engagement and motivation as they face something completely new!