x3 Lessons following on from 'Writing to argue lessons&' on emotive language. Some parts adapted from other powerpoints. Fact and Opinion lesson (used a recent newspaper article to annotate). Different skill introduced each lessons. Pupils write one paragraph each lesson using that skill.
This complete interactive Macbeth lesson is based on investigating quotations to find the best possible interpretation and explain in detail. The prezi explains the format. Use the magnifying glasses/lightbulbs for differentiation. There are 3 worksheets with 3rd one as extension (have to swap for lighbulb) and can swap the magnifying glass for glossary or more detailed analysis. Video is included on Prezi. http://prezi.com/sira4dl-f-l-/lady-macbeth/ Hexagons are to be written on last ready for lesson 2 where they can be used to link quotations to themes and characters.
A resource with worksheets exploring informal and formal language. Useful for a variety of lessons especially those exploring writing of non-fiction texts with an eye for a particular purpose.
LO: To understand the purpose of the witches in Macbeth. It focuses on the witches spell in Act 4. The idea is to look at context, history and then language. It can lead on to a discussion about who is responsible for Duncan's murder.
Writing to argue introduction. First lesson introuduces techniques - then argument formulation technique (give pupils statements to argue about then ask them to think of as many points as possible for and against on sugar paper - perhaps do this as a silent debate.). Pupils categorise and choose best points. Second lesson - using One Direction Comic Relief link (bottom of slide) look at emotive lang. Use 1D script to highlight. Discuss. Write own point using emotive lang.
A PP which is used with Year 7 to introduce comprehension in a build up to assessment. Character Plenary and Adjective Starter. A worksheet which describes the role they are asked to write from to help lower ability classes.
prologue, oxymorons, act 1 scene 3, act 1 scene 5. Useful for ideas.Two powerpoints which overlap but one has many more slides than the other. The first looks at
This PPT shows some activities you can use when reading the play Face. There are two extended homework possibilities - these can be adapted to be shorter homeworks. The prompt cards are for an early lesson which asks the class to argue for or against a statement often stated in the book 'judging people is human nature'. This activity is repeated at the end of the scheme.
All about me - a sheet to use in the first few english lessons. Any Saturday - a sheet to use when beginning to question ideas/thoughts and for comprehension skills.
This is a useful unit to do with year 9 to introduce them to Non fiction evaluation.
7 documents which can all be used together to create a 'spy passport' which focuses on writing to persuade, advise, instruct and recount. Useful for low ability learners in KS3.
The first PPT is about writing to advise - for the examples I just used magazine 'dear ....' letters. You could also use any agony aunt letters from The Sun website (not always advised but this time they're good!). The second PPT is a reworking of a great PPT I found on TES before so no credit taken but it makes it a bit simpler for revision purposes. The persuader grid can be used to go in their books. With these PPTs I was doing a project on LOs so move/reword the LOs if necessary. Most of you probably won't want the kids to create their own like I did at this point!
Powerpoint looking at Lady Macbeth in more detail. Includes complete printable worksheets to accompany. Cut up the individual lines and hand out to class to get used to the language. Ask them to read aloud and swap. Work out what may be going on as a class. Watch clip and then read modern version. Use 'Lady Macbeth notes' sheet to add notes about character over a series of lessons. Use glossary for Lower ability pupils. Extend by asking pupils to explain S&'speare&';s choice of words.
Scheme for Macbeth - Includes a range of activities approved by the RSC, and resources to help visual, kinaesthetic, and auditory learners to understand the play. Culminates in a reading assessment.
Frankenstein PPTs - not totally finished unfortuntately and a booklet to support it. Monster Masterchef is an extended homework or task based on understanding characters better by writing 'ingredients&' for them and how to make them. We then made our cakes and decorated/annotated them. See more about Monster Masterchef here: http://littlemisslud.wordpress.com/2013/03/02/monster-masterchef/
Teach the structure and imagery of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Includes group work and whole class work. Put pupils into groups of 4 and allow them copies of Act 1 Scene 5 (perhaps the prologue too). Split class in 2 - half look at strucutre/half at imagery. They can have access to a dictionary, thesaurus, laptop, notes on religious imagery or structure. The idea is to complete the worksheet using the questions to guide them so they can share with others after 30 mins.
This PPT was made to look at The Highwayman and the way in which atmosphere is created in a poem. You do not have to use it just to learn about this specific poem. The idea is read the first stanza and ask pupils to draw the picture they see in their mind's eye. Then get them to label it. Identify why they drew certain images - links to metaphors and then ask them to write a metaphor poem - 5 sentences of metaphors about love, hate, happiness etc.
Powerpoint presentation resources for a scheme of work on the features and tropes of Fairy Stories. Teach the contexts and themes of this genre of writing, and learn how to subvert them.
This lesson is complicated but resources are very adaptable. Idea is that pupils judge their progress using SOLO levels and start at a different station. Each station has a different amount on information on it. They move up the stations as time goes on before using their information to relate their ideas to either an image, quotations or the extract. Depending on ability. The images and facts may be useful to teach any class about racism. The quotations worked well at the end. Ignore SOLO if necessary and just use resources to add to your lesson.
Can be used as success criteria. To go in the middle of tables. To help group discussion or as posters.
activities for section 1,2,3 or 1984