Bread and Butter

There are some days that are a relief to finish and then the wave of distress washes over you when you realise you have not done all your planning for the next day. I always have a bank of ‘Bread and Butter’ lessons that can be easily adapted as a go-to in these situations. I stick to the traditional teaching structure of: Starter, Intro, Main, Plenary, and Reflect. I also stick to key reading and writing skills. Here are a few examples of writing and one reading:

They are the kind of lessons that you can do as a one off or can fit well into any SOL.

Author: myenglisheffects

Sharing ideas and resources for English secondary school and sixth form teaching.

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