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DIALOGUE WRITING: READY TO USE LESSON PRESENTATION

DIALOGUE WRITING: READY TO USE LESSON PRESENTATION

A Lesson Presentation that presents Teaching Resources in Dialogue Writing. This presentation presents perfect teaching resources that will help the teachers to walk into the classroom with ready to teach confidence as it covers all that a teacher and a student need for a Dialogue Writing lesson. This Presentation Includes: 1. Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Jack and Jill - Dialogues 2. Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes 3. Overview of Vocabulary used for a Dialoguing Lesson 4. Real Life Application and Cross-Curriculum Links 5. Flipped Lesson Part - Video - Dialogue Writing 6. Collaborative Group Task – Pair-Share - Compare and Contrast 2 Texts 7. Space for Peer Teaching - Dialogue Rules 8. Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions – 3 Questions and Quiz 9. Scaffolded Notes to Support the Learners - Samples and Template 10. Assessment Criteria and Rubrics to state Outcome Expectations 11. Differentiated Activities for Level Learners - 4 Task Cards 12. Extensions to Challenge the High Achievers - Dialogue Tags 13. Plenary to Assesses Learning Outcomes - PQP - Point-Question-Polish 14. Success Criteria for Self Evaluation - My Dialoguing Sketch 15. Home Learning for Reinforcement - Dialogue Writing Prompts 16. Common Core Standards - ELA-LIT.W.6-8.3/W.6-8.a-e/W.6-8.5/W.6-8.10 17. Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive 18. Educational Tools and Resources to Scaffold the Low Achievers Teachers can use this presentation to give a complete knowledge and understanding of Dialoguing to the learners, thereby helping them to enhance their writing skills.
john421969
Richard III and Dr Jekyll comparative booklet

Richard III and Dr Jekyll comparative booklet

Some resources to start you off with studying either Richard III or The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Since comparative coursework / controlled assessment is no longer a feature of the GCSE, I have also used these resources to teach the texts separately.
englishresourcebase
Christmas lessons for English and drama

Christmas lessons for English and drama

A pack of festive fun lessons suitable for use in English or drama lessons. Aimed at KS3 but older/ younger pupils still enjoy them! Most of the resources follow the story of evil Atnas Claws (Santa's brother who steals presents) and his dastardly schemes to ruin Christmas. These resources can easily be adapted to take place in any school/ town. In story one he steals presents before being unmasked as a teacher from your school. in the second story he escapes from prison and takes Santa hostage. In the third story he has Santa charged with numerous offences (driving a sleigh whilst drunk etc.) and the pupils can write creative stories, newspaper articles or prepare dramas/ pantomimes about the events. In Donkey's Christmas Carol, a young donkey dreams of becoming part of Santa's sleigh pulling team- will his dream come true? A quick poetry lesson using Benjamin Zephaniah's Talking Turkeys is included as are a range of festive starters and an introduction to Call My Bluff as a literacy based quiz competition. These lessons are a fun, team building alternative to watching DVDs on the last week of term!
SIKLessons
Magic of the Muiscals narrator script

Magic of the Muiscals narrator script

The narrator's script for use in a performance of Magic of the Musicals. Humorous links with facts about the following shows: Mary Poppins Shrek Wizard of Oz Blood Brothers Andrew Lloyd Webber medley The Little Mermaid The Lion King No song lyrics/ music included
SIKLessons
AQA GCSE English Literature Paper 1. Macbeth - Quiz, model answer and exam tips

AQA GCSE English Literature Paper 1. Macbeth - Quiz, model answer and exam tips

PowerPoint with a quiz about paper 1 followed by a detailed breakdown on how to answer this question: At this point in the play Lady Macbeth is sleepwalking, being observed by her doctor. Starting with this extract, explain how far you think Shakespeare presents Lady Macbeth in this extract as weak. The whole class will benefit from using models and this allows them to answer either in their own words or using the teacher example. This resource can be used with: • The whole class • EAL students (advanced stage) • Late arrivals in KS4 • Individual students who need to catch up • Students with SEN may also find it more accessible.
clas3
5 complete lessons of An Inspector Calls

5 complete lessons of An Inspector Calls

This bundle has five hours worth of complete lessons and focuses on: * context * SPaG - prefixes and suffixes * Dramatic irony and how it contributes to character * Stage directions used and how it contributes to character * Who has the most power between Mr Birling and Inspector Goole Each lesson is suitable for lower ability students and contains a powerpoint and an accompanying A3 learning journey. Bought separately this bundle would cost £17.50, so buying as a bundle would save £7.50! A copy of the play is required for these lessons.
thehouseofliteracy
The Complete The Merchant of Venice - All scenes all acts

The Complete The Merchant of Venice - All scenes all acts

This beautifully illustrated powerpoint presentation captures the essential learning connected to this text. It is suitable for both A Level, and a top set at GCSE. This presentation is detailed and contains; learning objectives, a starter activity, a scene summary, summary and analysis questions, an academic writing task, an extension task and a plenary. I have run this lesson a number of times and it has always worked successfully, this resource was revised and refined this academic year 2017-2018. Enjoy!
MFLYNN-Teacher
An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling and Inspector Goole - Powerpoint, learning journey and feedback page

An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling and Inspector Goole - Powerpoint, learning journey and feedback page

Suitable for lower ability students, this lesson focuses on who has the most power in Act 1. This powerpoint has an accompanying A3 learning journey which can be copied and placed inside student exercise books. Also, there is a evaluative PETER support page which includes sentence stems to aid a more independent task. Finally, there is also a feedback page included to allow peer assessment and teacher feedback. A copy of the play is required for this whole lesson.
thehouseofliteracy