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PLURALS

PLURALS

Students learn several pairs of nouns, identify those with the same ending and complete the rules. Plural of noun to practice
Olynj
My New Neighbour Reading with Question Words / Interrogatives - ESL / EFL / ELL

My New Neighbour Reading with Question Words / Interrogatives - ESL / EFL / ELL

In this reading a teenage girl introduces herself to her new neighbor who is from Latin America. The dialogue incorporates a number of question words so students may learn how to form questions with interrogatives. The reading includes 8 true/false reading comprehension questions and a short writing assignment. Activity idea: students may complete the writing assignment in class or for homework. They may then read their own dialogue with a partner.
ninatutor
David Didau 'Slow Writing' + a grade 8/9  challenge lesson BUNDLE

David Didau 'Slow Writing' + a grade 8/9 challenge lesson BUNDLE

This bundle is perfect for any mid ability to top ability group and has something for everyone. As a passionate writer myself, this resource works time and time again to progress the quality of students writing and is brilliant for reluctant writers as you can set it up as a lesson that requires only a little ‘carefully crafted’ writing. Stretch and challenge lesson resource is included for £1.
joannammarsh
Likes and Dislikes - writing using colourful semantics

Likes and Dislikes - writing using colourful semantics

Worksheets designed to encourage independent writing on topics of interest, using the colourful semantics approach and vocabulary support boards. Have students build full sentences around things they like and don’t like. 8 topics to choose from: Animals Colours Food Movies Sport Technology Transport Weather Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Commas To Clarify Meaning Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets

Commas To Clarify Meaning Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets

This resource contains a fully editable 30-slide PowerPoint lesson and a set of 10 worksheets on using commas to clarify meaning and avoid ambiguity and (National Curriuclum: Years 5 and 6 programme of study: Using commas to clarify meaning and / or to avoid ambiguity in writing). Tasks include rewriting sentences and adding or removing commas to change meaning. Pupils also need to explain how the meaning has changed. More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Krazikas
Child Language Development: Reading, Writing and Speaking Notes

Child Language Development: Reading, Writing and Speaking Notes

Child Language Development Reading, Writing and Speaking Notes for new AQA English Language A Level (2018 onwards) Contains everything needed to know about CLD (plus some interesting extras) Topics covered: Language aquisition theories -> Skinner ->Chomsky -> Lenneberg -> Piaget -> Bruner -> Vygotsky -> Tomasello -> Ibbotson -> Peccei -> Garvey -> Ervin-Tripp Speaking Phonological development -> Baby phonological stages -> Early sounding mistakes -> Berko and /brown Lexical and semantic development -> Katherine Nelson -> Elizabeth Spelke -> Leslie Rescorla -> Thomson and Chapman -> Jean Aitchison Grammatical development (syntax and morphology) -> Grammatical stages -> Brown -> Brain -> Bellugi Pragmatic development -> MAK Halliday Discourse development -> Berko -> Brown Child directed speech Case Studies -> Jim- De Villiers and De Villiers -> Genie Reading/ Writing Labov’s Narrative Structure Models of Children’s Literacy Stages of learning to read -> Chall -> Harris and Coltheart -Miscue analysis and emergent literacy -> Goodman Stages of Writing -> Kroll -> Barclay -> Anon Types of writing -> Rothery -> Britton Approaches to teaching reading Creative VS Rule Based Model Traditional VS Functional Approach -Learning to Spell -> S R Gentry -Other ->Lyle ->Grant ->Hepplewhite -> Crystal’s Skills -> Perera -> Shirley Brice Health -> Stanovich
hannah_fry1
Interactive book: emotions - sentence writing using colourful semantics

Interactive book: emotions - sentence writing using colourful semantics

Get students identifying different emotions and commenting on people’s emotions. This activity can be made into interactive books or used as task cards. 2 levels of sentence building: LEVEL 1: emotion. LEVEL 2: Person + emotions 8 emotions -Happy -Sad -Angry -Confused -Excited -Scared -Bored -Tired 4 pictures cards for each emotion. 32 pages per level. Title pages supplied for each emotion, as well as general “My Emotions Books” title page. Create different type of books. Create each different emotion book with 4 pages per book. OR Mix the emotions together in a book, to have students identifying different style. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
PLURALS

PLURALS

Students learn several pairs of nouns, identify those with the same ending and complete the rules. Plural of noun to practice.
Olynj
English World Cup Russia Activities

English World Cup Russia Activities

A brilliant array of resources that target various areas of English reading and writing skills. These resources are ideal for students aged between 11 and 18 and are perfect for those studying towards a L1 or L2 Functional Skill. The resources are well presented with great use of visuals and colour. Ideal for engaging your students in English sessions. Included within the pack are: Reading Comprehension Player Profiles; Article Writing Tasks; Creating Your Own Player Profile and a World Cup Quiz. Enjoy!
kingpin1
Writing colourful sentences

Writing colourful sentences

Worksheets with 5 various sentences structures. + options to create own sentence strips. 36 pictures to use as writing prompts. Pictures are of various situations, cultural groups and include both single people and groups of people to write about. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
DO , DON´T, DOES, DOESN´T

DO , DON´T, DOES, DOESN´T

Simple Present Tense activities. Students fill in the blanks in the sentences under the pictures with the appropriate auxiliary verb( do, don’t,does, doesn’t). I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice day!
Olynj
Literacy - Common Spelling Errors

Literacy - Common Spelling Errors

A lesson that focuses on common spelling errors like ‘i before e’, ‘there/their/they’re’ and more. Designed for KS3 students and including differentiated activities, this is a literacy lesson that ensures students of all abilities are engaged throughout.
Lead_Practitioner
The Mechanics of Talking **High Interest**

The Mechanics of Talking **High Interest**

Something original! Calling all budding linguists - this pack of 25 worksheets(including answer key) will challenge the Middle School student looking for something original. The theme of the worksheets is how sounds are articulated in the mouth, and how each point of articulation changes the sound that is made. The pack covers how all sounds of the alphabet are made and requires the student to closely analyse how sounds in words are constructed. Topics include: points of articulation manner of articulation phonetic analysis The pack will enhance language learners and provide them with an understanding of how different languages are spoken.
malcomb
Movie 'Kubo and the Two Strings' comprehension with key

Movie 'Kubo and the Two Strings' comprehension with key

Kubo and the Two Strings is a very engaging 3D animated fantasy movie. My students loved it- Here is the comprehension comprised of 20 comprehension questions which includes both MCQs and self writing questions about the movie. Solved comprehension (Key) is also attached.
tacss
Grammar HOT sale!!!

Grammar HOT sale!!!

There are many worksheets collected here that will help you easily learn grammar and make lessons interesting!!!
Olynj
PROOFREADING: LESSON PRESENTATION

PROOFREADING: LESSON PRESENTATION

A Lesson Presentation that presents Teaching Resources in Proofreading. 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 Proofreading Lesson. This Presentation Includes: Well Formulated, Measurable, SMART Objectives and Outcomes Vocabulary Overview - Proofreading Flipped Lesson Part - Videos - Proofreading and Proofreading Marks Engaging and Creative Lesson Starter – Guess the WALT Success Criteria - Proofreading Checklist Collaborative Group Task – Think-Write-Share Scaffolder Notes - Proofreading Symbols, Tips, SWAPS Guide Mini-Plenary with Critical Thinking Questions – 3 Quizzes on Proofreading Assessment Criteria for Outcome Expectations - Rubrics Differentiated Activities for Level Learners - Task by Outcome Extensions to Challenge the High Achievers - Exercise Plenary to Assess Learning Outcomes - Online Quizzes Home Learning for Reinforcement - 3 Exercises Common Core Standards - ELA-LITERACY.W.6-8.5/L.6-8.1-3 Skills to be addressed during the Lesson - Social and Cognitive Teachers can use this presentation to give a complete knowledge and understanding of Proofreading to the learners, thereby helping them to enhance their writing and language skills. ◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈ Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom: ✿ Early Finishers ✿ Tutoring ✿ Sub Tubs ✿ ESL Stations/Centres ✿ Holiday Work ✿ Small Group Collaborations ✿ End of Unit Quick Assessments ✿ Homework ✿ Reinforcement ✿ Enrichment
john421969
Daily Routine - Times, Days of the Week and Routines - Board Games

Daily Routine - Times, Days of the Week and Routines - Board Games

This resource is designed to practice telling the time in Spanish and talking about every day of the week´s routine activities. This resource includes: 1 board game to practice the time (sharp, quarter past, half past, quarter to) 1 board game to practice the time (every five minutes) 1 board game to practice asking and answering about daily routines (What time do you wake up?) 1 board game to practice asking and answering about daily routines with the days of the week, parts of the day and time (*What do you do on a Thursdays at three o´clock in the afternoon? * INSTRUCTIONS: Print each page one-sided on A3 paper/cardboard and laminate. To play the game you will need two dice and many counters. Set up centers with all four games and have students find a pair and play the games one by one. Set a limited number of times each student should throw the dice (for example 5), depending on how much time you have. Students earn one counter for each correct answer. When the students have played all the games, they count their counters to see who has the most . Students take turns to throw both dice. They read and answer the question that corresponds to the numbers on the dice (e.g.: where 1 and 6 meet on the grid).
didade
English Language Reader - ESL/ EFL / ELL - All About My Life English Language Reader

English Language Reader - ESL/ EFL / ELL - All About My Life English Language Reader

This Easy English Reader is offered here at 50% off! It is about Cory, a first year university student living in Boston with a roommate. Each chapter includes a different aspect of his life: Chapter 1 About Me Chapter 2 My family Chapter 3 My house Chapter 4 My hobbies Chapter 5 My Daily Routine Chapter 6 Getting groceries Chapter 7 At the movies Chapter 8 New Year’s Eve Each chapter features reading comprehension questions and some cultural insights on North American life. The back features a page of cultural notes and explanations of idioms of more challenging vocabulary. This Reader makes for great supplemental material in your ESL/ EFL classroom:)
ninatutor
Compound nouns

Compound nouns

Compound nouns practice. First the students join the halves of compound nouns together and then they have to match them to the correct pictures. Hope it is useful!
Olynj
Compound nouns

Compound nouns

Compound nouns practice. First the students join the halves of compound nouns together and then they have to match them to the correct pictures. Hope it is useful!
Olynj
Sixty-Six Little Lessons - PDF and PPT

Sixty-Six Little Lessons - PDF and PPT

‘Sixty-Six Little Lessons’ is a resource pack for EFL teachers of individual and small-group classes. This deluxe pack includes both the pdf and the ppt PowerPoint slides for the complete set of lessons. Each lesson opens with a large picture accompanied by four prompts, perfect for students of English at level B1 to explore with their teacher. The next page offers a series of discussion questions, a speaking exercise, and a homework prompt, all of which is supported by some suggested language that can be integrated into the lesson. Everything here is suitable for B2 to C2 level students of English, and with minor modifications can also be used with B1 level students. All of the photographs are copyright the author, which means by buying the book you have permission to make copies of every page without worrying about photocopy limits or royalties.
closelyobserved
Sixty-Six Little Lessons - The Slides

Sixty-Six Little Lessons - The Slides

This is a series of PowerPoint slides to accompany the pdf resource ‘Sixty-Six Little Lessons’, available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sixty-six-little-lessons-11909266 Each pair of slides contains: – a big picture connected to the topic – simple discussion questions aimed at levels B1 and up – more complex discussion questions aimed at levels B2 and up On their own, the slides for each topic should be sufficient for about thirty minutes of lesson time, perhaps longer depending on how much detail you go into for each. Used in conjunction with the resource linked to above, the lessons should run to about ninety minutes, depending on how much of the resource is used.
closelyobserved
Templates for Marking Spellings by their Syllables

Templates for Marking Spellings by their Syllables

Ten spellings may consist of thirty syllables and it is much more rewarding to gain 15/30 than 1/10. Not only is this great to boost confidence but students soon appreciate the value of learning their prefixes and suffixes. Students can see the same mistakes in different words. Syllables are small manageable chunks to learn, once learned they are transferable into hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of words. These are large font to make laminated dry wipes. Alternatively I print two pages onto A4 landscape, to go into the Lexicology A5 workbooks. Check out the website to book Lexicology, Staff Training, Literacy modules or Interventions: www.lexicologyforreading.co.uk
lexicologyforreading
Fact vs Opinion activity and display

Fact vs Opinion activity and display

A resource for functional skills English. An interactive display or poster to help explain the difference between fact and opinion. It comes with ‘facts’ and ‘opinions’ cards that can be cut out and used as an activity where learners choose which statements are which. Just add blue tac!
Glen182
ESL GRAMMAR CARDS  FOR BEGINNERS

ESL GRAMMAR CARDS FOR BEGINNERS

ESL GRAMMAR CARDS FOR BEGINNERS Teaching simple present third person singular pronouns is challenging for ESL teachers. I don’t particularly enjoy teaching this subject. To make my job easier and add a little bit fun, I have created ESL grammar cards for my fifth grade ESL students. There are 80 cards. The first twenty covers only positive sentences, the second twenty negative sentences, the third twenty questions, the fourth twenty is about exercises. The procedure works this way: students get a card, they copy the card in their notebook, they fill in the blanks in the notebook, not on the card, they write their names at the back of the card, they return the card and get a new one. You can work it out on your own way. Students finish from 4 to 10 grammar cards in one single lesson. While they are busy with their cards, I walk around the class and see how they are doing. They go crazy for this activity. It is worth the effort.
wordcraft
Food Themed Flash-Cards for MFL/ESL

Food Themed Flash-Cards for MFL/ESL

A set of 12 food-and-cooking-themed vocabulary flash-cards for MFL/ESL activities. Set contains 120 unique topical words (in English), divided up into Noun/Verb/Adverb and Connective cards. Easy to print, cut-up and mix-and-match to create all sorts of fun learning activities. IE, “Cook your dream dinner”.
DifferentiatedLearning
English months and days bundle - ELA - ESL - ELL

English months and days bundle - ELA - ESL - ELL

This months and days bundle will help your primary and beginner ESL students learn the days of the week and the months, and they’ll enjoy the learning! LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
English months and days word search activities - ELA - ESL - ELL

English months and days word search activities - ELA - ESL - ELL

These word search worksheets will help your lower primary students or beginner ESL students of all ages learn the days of the week and the months. This resource includes a worksheet with a blank grid for students to create their own word search. All of the days and months are written on the sheet. When they’ve finished making it they can exchange with another student and solve each solve the puzzle made by their classmate. 3 ready-made word searches are included. You can choose which one to give your students as each one is of a different level of difficulty. I like to print the ready-made search that I want to use on one side of a paper, and print the make your own version on the other side. I have used this resource with 8 year old students as well as 14 years olds. The basic puzzle is suitable for grades 1 and 2. Words are hidden across and down only. The intermediate puzzle is suitable for grades 3 and 4. Words are hidden across, down and diagonally. The advanced puzzle is suitable to grades 5+. Words are hidden across, down, diagonally and backwards. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
Free English German Study Cards

Free English German Study Cards

This set of cards consists of 20 card pairs with English - German sentence pairs in a 4-page pdf file . It is meant to be used by learners of English or German starting from the age of 11 or 12. These are first 20 of the 130 cards of the paid version.
OnlyTheBestOnes
Holiday Themed Flash-Cards for MFL/ESL

Holiday Themed Flash-Cards for MFL/ESL

A set of 12 holiday-themed vocabulary flash-cards for MFL/ESL activities. Set contains 120 unique words (in English), divided up into Noun/Verb and Connective cards. Can print, cut-up and mix-and-match to create all sorts of fun learning activities. IE, “Plan a weekend break”.
DifferentiatedLearning
Writing Skills - Gothic SOW - Wolsey Academy 20 Lessons

Writing Skills - Gothic SOW - Wolsey Academy 20 Lessons

English Writing Skills – KS3/EAL - Gothic SOW 20 lessons with a revision guide and an online end of unit test. SOW made initially for secondary school students in the UK. However, this SOW especially has had huge success in boosting grades in international schools because of its accommodation of various learning styles, engaging content, deep levels of differentiation and development of core skills. Lessons are as follows: Gothic Stories – to be apply to apply a range of adjectives. Sentence Structures - To investigate a variety of sentence structures and their effect on the reader Imaginative Sentences – To edit sentences and make them imaginative. Using the senses - To create an effect using senses in my writing. Using sound effects - To be able to identify and explain tension. Character descriptions - To explain the effect of the language chosen by the author Pathetic Fallacy - To apply pathetic fallacy Addams Family Punctuation - To create a character through punctuation Varied Sentences – To apply a variety of sentence styles. Introduction to poetry techniques - To analyse poetic techniques used Persuasive Techniques – Speaking and listening skills Persuasive techniques – speaking and listening presentation Genre conventions – To create your own gothic character Similes and Metaphors - To manipulate adventurous vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe a haunted house. Understanding criteria - To understand the assessment criteria Planning extended writing - To plan a gothic story Extended Writing Assessment - To create a gothic story Poetry techniques – To analyse the language of a poem. Gothic poetry – To apply poetic techniques to your own poem. Gothic Filmn Review Gothic homework task grids (this homework works for the entire SOW and pupils complete at their own pace). See www.wolseyacademy.com for more SOW, Learning Worlds, Online Quizzes and Free Resources.
WolseyAcademy
Similies + Metaphors - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - Wolsey Academy 14/20

Similies + Metaphors - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - Wolsey Academy 14/20

English Writing Skills – KS3/EAL - Gothic SOW 20 lessons with a revision guide and an online end of unit test. SOW made initially for secondary school students in the UK. However, this SOW especially has had huge success in boosting grades in international schools because of its accommodation of various learning styles, engaging content, deep levels of differentiation and development of core skills. Lessons are as follows: Gothic Stories – to be apply to apply a range of adjectives. Sentence Structures - To investigate a variety of sentence structures and their effect on the reader Imaginative Sentences – To edit sentences and make them imaginative. Using the senses - To create an effect using senses in my writing. Using sound effects - To be able to identify and explain tension. Character descriptions - To explain the effect of the language chosen by the author Pathetic Fallacy - To apply pathetic fallacy Addams Family Punctuation - To create a character through punctuation Varied Sentences – To apply a variety of sentence styles. Introduction to poetry techniques - To analyse poetic techniques used Persuasive Techniques – Speaking and listening skills Persuasive techniques – speaking and listening presentation Genre conventions – To create your own gothic character Similes and Metaphors - To manipulate adventurous vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe a haunted house. Understanding criteria - To understand the assessment criteria Planning extended writing - To plan a gothic story Extended Writing Assessment - To create a gothic story Poetry techniques – To analyse the language of a poem. Gothic poetry – To apply poetic techniques to your own poem. Gothic Filmn Review Gothic homework task grids (this homework works for the entire SOW and pupils complete at their own pace). See www.wolseyacademy.com for more SOW, Learning Worlds, Online Quizzes and Free Resources.
WolseyAcademy
Pathetic Fallacy - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 7/10

Pathetic Fallacy - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 7/10

English Writing Skills – KS3/EAL - Gothic SOW 20 lessons with a revision guide and an online end of unit test. SOW made initially for secondary school students in the UK. However, this SOW especially has had huge success in boosting grades in international schools because of its accommodation of various learning styles, engaging content, deep levels of differentiation and development of core skills. Lessons are as follows: Gothic Stories – to be apply to apply a range of adjectives. Sentence Structures - To investigate a variety of sentence structures and their effect on the reader Imaginative Sentences – To edit sentences and make them imaginative. Using the senses - To create an effect using senses in my writing. Using sound effects - To be able to identify and explain tension. Character descriptions - To explain the effect of the language chosen by the author Pathetic Fallacy - To apply pathetic fallacy Addams Family Punctuation - To create a character through punctuation Varied Sentences – To apply a variety of sentence styles. Introduction to poetry techniques - To analyse poetic techniques used Persuasive Techniques – Speaking and listening skills Persuasive techniques – speaking and listening presentation Genre conventions – To create your own gothic character Similes and Metaphors - To manipulate adventurous vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe a haunted house. Understanding criteria - To understand the assessment criteria Planning extended writing - To plan a gothic story Extended Writing Assessment - To create a gothic story Poetry techniques – To analyse the language of a poem. Gothic poetry – To apply poetic techniques to your own poem. Gothic Filmn Review Gothic homework task grids (this homework works for the entire SOW and pupils complete at their own pace). See www.wolseyacademy.com for more SOW, Learning Worlds, Online Quizzes and Free Resources.
WolseyAcademy
Character Descriptions - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 6/10

Character Descriptions - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 6/10

English Writing Skills – KS3/EAL - Gothic SOW 20 lessons with a revision guide and an online end of unit test. SOW made initially for secondary school students in the UK. However, this SOW especially has had huge success in boosting grades in international schools because of its accommodation of various learning styles, engaging content, deep levels of differentiation and development of core skills. Lessons are as follows: Gothic Stories – to be apply to apply a range of adjectives. Sentence Structures - To investigate a variety of sentence structures and their effect on the reader Imaginative Sentences – To edit sentences and make them imaginative. Using the senses - To create an effect using senses in my writing. Using sound effects - To be able to identify and explain tension. Character descriptions - To explain the effect of the language chosen by the author Pathetic Fallacy - To apply pathetic fallacy Addams Family Punctuation - To create a character through punctuation Varied Sentences – To apply a variety of sentence styles. Introduction to poetry techniques - To analyse poetic techniques used Persuasive Techniques – Speaking and listening skills Persuasive techniques – speaking and listening presentation Genre conventions – To create your own gothic character Similes and Metaphors - To manipulate adventurous vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe a haunted house. Understanding criteria - To understand the assessment criteria Planning extended writing - To plan a gothic story Extended Writing Assessment - To create a gothic story Poetry techniques – To analyse the language of a poem. Gothic poetry – To apply poetic techniques to your own poem. Gothic Filmn Review Gothic homework task grids (this homework works for the entire SOW and pupils complete at their own pace). See www.wolseyacademy.com for more SOW, Learning Worlds, Online Quizzes and Free Resources.
WolseyAcademy
Sound effects in writing - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 5/20

Sound effects in writing - Gothic Writing Skills SOW - English - Wolsey Academy 5/20

English Writing Skills – KS3/EAL - Gothic SOW 20 lessons with a revision guide and an online end of unit test. SOW made initially for secondary school students in the UK. However, this SOW especially has had huge success in boosting grades in international schools because of its accommodation of various learning styles, engaging content, deep levels of differentiation and development of core skills. Lessons are as follows: Gothic Stories – to be apply to apply a range of adjectives. Sentence Structures - To investigate a variety of sentence structures and their effect on the reader Imaginative Sentences – To edit sentences and make them imaginative. Using the senses - To create an effect using senses in my writing. Using sound effects - To be able to identify and explain tension. Character descriptions - To explain the effect of the language chosen by the author Pathetic Fallacy - To apply pathetic fallacy Addams Family Punctuation - To create a character through punctuation Varied Sentences – To apply a variety of sentence styles. Introduction to poetry techniques - To analyse poetic techniques used Persuasive Techniques – Speaking and listening skills Persuasive techniques – speaking and listening presentation Genre conventions – To create your own gothic character Similes and Metaphors - To manipulate adventurous vocabulary, similes and metaphors to describe a haunted house. Understanding criteria - To understand the assessment criteria Planning extended writing - To plan a gothic story Extended Writing Assessment - To create a gothic story Poetry techniques – To analyse the language of a poem. Gothic poetry – To apply poetic techniques to your own poem. Gothic Filmn Review Gothic homework task grids (this homework works for the entire SOW and pupils complete at their own pace). See www.wolseyacademy.com for more SOW, Learning Worlds, Online Quizzes and Free Resources.
WolseyAcademy