Want to challenge your students to write in a more sophisticated and perceptive way? Want to impress observers with your natural embedding of maths?
There is a reason some find English difficult and, more often than not, it’s because they think they can’t do it. They think it’s difficult - like maths can be. However, this lesson could change all that and help your students realise how easy it is because we are programmed to do it!
This 3 hour lesson is split across two 1.5hr sessions and includes formative tasks and homework. There are detailed animations to provide a number of different examples of patterns across language and structure, using shapes and images and text boxes in a visually pleasing manner.
There are no handouts with this as students are encouraged to write down some notes and small quotes and to take pictures with their smart devices.
It also includes a short TED Talk clip teaching you how the human brain is programmed to recognise patterns…