Bianca, a teacher of English and humanities to pupils aged 12-18 for the past ten years, as well as an examiner for IB and IGCSE, has produced a wide range of high-quality resources that can be useful to students and teachers – some free, some paid, and all available via the TES webshop (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Angelil).
Tutor: Bianca Pellet
University: (subject, university) Classics and English (University of Exeter); General Linguistics and Comparative Philology (University of Oxford)
Subjects: English A (Literature; Language & Literature); English B; Extended Essay
I take an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and private tutoring, which means that my resources can apply to a wide range of subjects, including history, media studies, sociology, and drama.
Free resources in my webshop include a mental health history timeline; possible reasons for Blanche’s behaviour, as gleaned from scene 1 of A Streetcar Named Desire; stimuli to practise critical thinking skills (great for a range of syllabuses, whether Global Perspectives or TOK!); a fast-food project that could be used in PSHE or social studies; a comprehension activity based on the Financial Times article Life on the Climate Front Line that would be great for advanced students of geography; an information sheet about how to write a feature article; ads, cartoons and recipes to develop student analytical skills concerning unseen non-fiction texts; charts to help with the analysis of stage directions or the features of sonnets; and a pack of blog entries to explore the changes made to Enid Blyton’s books.