Do your students’ essays tend to repetitive? Would you like to broaden their vocabulary and increase the variety of their essay language at the same time?
This double-sided resource will help students to do just that. By using it they will be able to avoid repetition of key phrases and increase variety in their language when writing essays about literature/plays/films for A Level German (2016 spec - all exam boards).
Format: alternatives are suggested for three common sentence structures which are often overused. On the reverse side are some worked examples. The language here can be used in all essays on any play/film/work of literature and will help boost students’ language marks with minimal effort.
This handout is ready to print and hand to students. It could form the basis of a lesson, or be an independent task students use to reflect and improve on their own essays.
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