Here is a great starter task which develops your students' understanding of the key skills they will require to be able to analyse to a perfect level. Enjoy!
This is a reading analysis lesson building upon the Heroes and Villains powerpoint lesson (also available in my shop). It uses the PEE structure and a script/ transcript of the famous 'I am your father' scene from Empire Strikes Back. This lesson gets students to engage with play scripts, develop speaking and listening skills, work co-operatively and leads up to an assessment. NB The script is not my work (if only - I'd be rich!) but it is available to download online.
This was already on TES- I just cant remember where I found them. All I have done is put them all together on one sheet- laminated them and put them around my classroom. \nThis means that where ever I am teaching the class has the same input/resources.
This PPT has been created specifically for my KS4 pupils. They have been having trouble getting the hang of PEE points. The PPT pays close attenion to OF MICE AND MEN an AN INSPECTOR CALLS. It could easily be adapted to use at KS3. I have not yet tried it out, if you do, please leave me feedback. Thanks.
Engaging SPAG and PEE starter pack and Power Point slides taken from extracts of Karl Pilkington's hilarious travel diaries, The Idiot Abroad. Each starter features a short extract, with a short SPAG and an extended PEE or comprehension starter, together with an image of Karl Pilkington. Starters are ideal for KS4 students or later KS3 and suitable for a variety of different exam boards e.g. WJEC or AQA as they involve the same core skills. Also included for free is a bumper word puzzles Power Point which is normally £2: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/word-quizzes-11195792 Please rate and visit my shop store for more great resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish Thank you. (Credits: images royalty free, taken from Wikicommons and pininterest.com)
Used this with all my groups to reiterate and introduce the idea of PEE and PEE chains For the ppt version please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org. I am happy to send out ppt versions and exchange resources.
UPDATED. A powerpoint used to demonstrate how PQE/PEE technique works. Includes a practice activity based on an extract from Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. Can be adapted for any group and ability level.
This bundle of resources provides a differentiated guide to writing about a text using PEE, it is focussed on Macbeth but great as an example for any text. Could be blown up to make a display too. Each sheet has both the model (how to) but also exemplar / model material to make this clear.
This is a resource designed to improve student responses to structure questions. It is based on Tennyson's 'The Lady Of Shallot' and uses a collaborative approach to build confidence in the learners before the assessment. There is a self assessment grid and excerpt from the ballad to aid teaching. Ideally, this resource would span 2 hours/ 2 lessons.
A complete lesson plan, Powerpoint and resources helping to guide low ability Year 10s through Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, using PEE for their Controlled Assessment. The lesson looks at Act 3 Scene 5; Juliet and Lord Capulet's relationship.
An easy to use, step-by-step tutorial/introduction for students on how to produce an effective response to a text using PEE Paragraphs in preparation for any Literature Reading Assessment Task. Particular focus on selected extracts from the novel ‘Holes’ by Louis Sachar (students do not need to be studying the novel itself). Includes Useful Vocabulary to Explain students’ responses and a sample PEE Paragraph.