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Touching the Void Language Analysis - GCSE English Language Paper 2 Q2 (PowerPoint + annotations)

Touching the Void Language Analysis - GCSE English Language Paper 2 Q2 (PowerPoint + annotations)

A collection of resources on analysing language for the paper 2 non-fiction exam. This question uses an extract from ‘Touching the Void’ and uses the question, HOW DOES JOE SIMPSON MAKE THE EXTRACT TENSE AND DRAMATIC?’ I have included the 82 slide PowerPoint, extract annotations and the extracts themselves. The following is covered: Model answer Language analysis Group activities Lecturer exam paper annotations and comments Examiner insight Modern, fun and dynamic images to help analyse the text. Connotation advice Answer Structure Exemplar work
SteveNoyce1
Touching the Void annotated extracts - GCSE English Language Paper 2 (non-fiction)

Touching the Void annotated extracts - GCSE English Language Paper 2 (non-fiction)

A selection of teacher annotated and highlighted extracts from Touching the Void. I have included my PowerPoint and the individually scanned PDFs. They are annotated by whole extract and individual paragraphs. Extracts included. The following extracts are examined, annotated and analysed: Leg break - Joe’s account Leg break - Simon’s account Cutting the rope
SteveNoyce1
Simple Newspaper Format

Simple Newspaper Format

Super simple newspaper format with space for the name of newspaper, headline, sub-heading, main text, photo, caption and date.
Irvine109
Changing How We Use Energy

Changing How We Use Energy

In this lesson students find out which appliances in their classroom use energy and work together to create agreements for the classroom about switching off and adjusting these appliances. The lesson ends with students making informative stickers for these appliances. Students will use comprehension strategies to build literal meaning about key ideas and information in texts. They’ll be able to identify way to reduce energy use of items in class, clearly express instructions about how to use an appliance and work in groups to plan a text.
TheTeachersFriend
Literacy Comprehension, Speaking, Listening and Writing SEN, Early Years, Primary

Literacy Comprehension, Speaking, Listening and Writing SEN, Early Years, Primary

Includes 12 'storyboard' Nursery Rhymes: The Grand Old Duke of York, Row Row Row Your Boat, Hey Diddle Diddle, Little Miss Muffet, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, Old Mother Hubbard, Little Bo-Peep, Hickory Dickory Dock, Pat-a-cake and Itsy-bitsy Spider. Say the rhymes with the students, get them to listen and recite each line afterwards, ask them to order the 4 pictures for each nursery rhyme, then use the differentiated worksheets to assess their writing and listening skills. For the speaking, listening and writing worksheets we ask carers to let us know either during drop off or via email a couple of things their child has done over the weekend. We then ask the students what they did at the weekend, prompting other students to ask questions of their peers, and then do a recap by asking who did what to assess who was listening before getting the children to write either with help or independently what they did at the weekend.
smidgealot
Literacy 2nd set Nursery Rhymes Comprehension for SEN, Early Years, Primary, Reception, Preschoolers

Literacy 2nd set Nursery Rhymes Comprehension for SEN, Early Years, Primary, Reception, Preschoolers

2nd set of Nursery Rhymes Comprehension suitable for SEN, Early Years, Primary, Reception, Preschoolers. 6 Nursery Rhymes for Comprehension- Jack and Jill, Little Miss Muffet, Little Bo-Beep, Hickory Dickory Dock, Pat-a-cake and Old Mother Hubbard. Use the ‘storyboard’ worksheets to say the nursery rhyme, encouraging students to repeat it after you, see if they can recite it back to you after hearing it a couple of times (often students help each other out, seeing who can say it loudest). All students can cut out the 4 pictures for each ‘storyboard’ and arrange them in the correct order. There are then 18 worksheets for comprehension 6 for lower abilities where they can circle/point/say the correct answer from a choice of 3. 6 for middle abilities where they can copy the correct answer after choosing from a choice of 3, practicing their handwriting. 6 for higher abilities where they should be encouraged to answer questions in full sentences, and use descriptive words, and also because… Extension work- get students to ask/ write other questions about the nursery rhyme. See if they can draw their own pictures. See if they can create or recite their own nursery rhyme and illustrate it in 4 pictures.
smidgealot
Medieval Scribes - Educational Pack

Medieval Scribes - Educational Pack

An educational pack aimed to KS3 students based on archival documents held at the London Metropolitan Archives. It includes information and activities on: How English came to be the language of the UK The Guildhall Scribes The art of writing and illuminating Calligraphy Special English Letters
versym
Poetry for handwriting ks2 handwriting

Poetry for handwriting ks2 handwriting

A booklet to practice handwriting, suitable for all of ks2. Booklet can be printed and stapled for each child. Can be used as a morning activity over a number of weeks or as an intervention tool. 21 pages.
Conormckeown