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Persuasive device planning sheet

Persuasive device planning sheet

On this sheet is a table with all the IPERSUADE devices, a space to consider the definition of the word and space to create an example of this device linked to the topic you could be studying within the lesson. IPERSUADE stands for; Imperatives Personal Pronouns Emotive language Rhetorical questions Statistics Use discourse markers Anecdotes Direct address Exaggertion Nice and easy for pupils to remember!
mratcliffe88
Persuasive speech - Should Romeo and Juliet REALLY be allowed to get married?

Persuasive speech - Should Romeo and Juliet REALLY be allowed to get married?

A lesson in which pupils cover what is meant by the IPERSUADE devices used for a persuasive speech. This speech links to the pupil's study of Romeo and Juliet and towards the question 'Should Romeo and Juliet REALLY be allowed to get married?' This gives pupils the opportunity to practice their AO5/6 skills for English language and mixing their AO1/3 skills for Literature. This was a really engaging activity and pupils loved arguing their point of view on the issue.
mratcliffe88
Persuasive speech - Should an audience really be afraid of the Witches?

Persuasive speech - Should an audience really be afraid of the Witches?

A lesson in which pupils cover what is meant by the IPERSUADE devices used for a persuasive speech. This speech links to the pupil's study of Macbeth and towards the question 'Should a Jacobean audience really be afraid of the Witches?' This gives pupils the opportunity to practice their AO5/6 skills for English language and mixing their AO1/3 skills for Literature. This was a really engaging activity and pupils loved arguing their point of view on the issue.
mratcliffe88
Persuasive speech - Should women be inspired by Lady Macbeth?

Persuasive speech - Should women be inspired by Lady Macbeth?

A lesson in which pupils cover what is meant by the IPERSUADE devices used for a persuasive speech. This speech links to the pupil's study of Macbeth and towards the question 'Should Jacobean women be inspired by Lady Macbeth?' This gives pupils the opportunity to practice their AO5/6 skills for English language and mixing their AO1/3 skills for Literature. This was a really engaging activity and pupils loved arguing their point of view on the issue.
mratcliffe88
Explorations in Creative Writing Tasks

Explorations in Creative Writing Tasks

Two descriptive writing tasks that helps GCSE English AQA Language students practice for Question 5 on Paper 1. The two tasks are image based, but include six extra objects to include in their writing to encourage planning. Each object needs to be used in a new paragraph and so reinds students of the need to paragraph. These tasks also work well for English/Literacy cover lessons for both KS3 and KS4.
1981kmorris
A day in the life of Comic strip and free writing activity

A day in the life of Comic strip and free writing activity

A day in the life at ... Is a college/school based activity book in which learners will create a comic strip as a story board for their day. Learners will then be prompted to create a piece of writing based on the comic strip - self assessment forms included for teachers to provide formative feedback.
rkristina
GCSE English Descriptive writing booklet

GCSE English Descriptive writing booklet

Prompted and differentiated descriptive writing booklet with AQA GCSE criteria. Comparison of two GCSE level answers for individuals to assess. QR codes to scan for videos to help build up vocabulary and individual/supported writing task.
rkristina
GCSE English Word class lesson

GCSE English Word class lesson

A full powerpoint lesson to revise and recap on word class. Integrated activities to include in descriptive writing with embedded peer assessment and class discussion . To revise relevant knowledge of word classes: nouns / verbs / adjectives / adverbs To practice using word classes and language features (similes / personification / alliteration) To assess relevant knowledge of word classes and language features (AO1)
rkristina