It was the quality of the resources that impressed me. It’s still hard to find really good material on the web for teaching English. Doddle is consistently good and can be relied on. The presentations in particular are attractive and well informed, and at the right level.
David Freeborough, English Teacher, British Council School, Madrid
With Doddle English, you no longer need to spend valuable time creating resources from scratch nor marking repetitive tests, but can use over 1,800 ready-made resources designed to engage your students.
Quizzes for key texts and language skills
Our self-marking quizzes help support students’ knowledge recall for the linear exams and deliver formative feedback and revision slides to students as they go.
Teaching and testing SPaG
With over 300 digital SPaG resources you have all the tools you need to teach, test and embed core theory. Our teaching presentations and revision activities help you to deliver engaging lessons and quality independent learning.
Our self-marking SPaG quizzes provide instant results and give students formative feedback.
Question-by-question analysis allows you to identify common misconceptions across the class and target intervention while saving hours of marking time.
How do students achieve that elusive Grade 9 / A* in English?
In the jam-packed, knowledge-rich curriculum, covering all the content can be a struggle. With a responsibility to support all students, and give them the best possible chance of achieving that top grade, which areas can teachers have the most impact on? Read our blog on achieving that elusive grade 9.
With Doddle English you can reduce your marking workload and assign targeted intervention for all students.
You can assign and track homework submissions through Doddle and access a question-level analysis of your students’ quiz results in the markbook.
Using these results, combined with students confidence ratings, you can assign individual or whole-class revision to target weaker skills.
What's in Doddle English?
- Reading (fiction)
- Reading (non-fiction)
- Speaking & Listening
- Creative Writing
- Much Ado about Nothing
- Richard III
- The Tempest
- Romeo and Juliet
- An Inspector Calls
- A View from the Bridge
- Romeo and Juliet
- Great Expectations
- To Kill a Mockingbird
- The Crucible
- Skills quizzes
- Revision activities
Photo credit: “Bookshelf in library” © Amy Johansson