A lesson plan and activity from 'Think! Education': In this lesson, students use the interactive activity (see link) to examine the scene of a car incident. It shows an urban street in which paramedics are attending a boy who has been involved in a traffic incident. A car has hit the boy who is injured but survives.
Students gather information about the incident and examine a timeline to see events that led up to the incident and the impact on everyone involved.
How many times have students asked you, "Why does the writer use alliteration?" They can identify it, they can use it, but they don't understand what effect it has on the reader. This resource enables students to independently discover how poetic devices, persuasive devices and sentence types create emotional responses in the reader.
Describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.
I've put these trackers together based on the new AQA markschemes. I've based the mark conversions on the Ofqual statement that the proportion of each grade will be similar to the current cohort. Just add your students' names and their results and the spreadsheet should do the rest!
Please note - these are my best estimate based on the little we currently know about grade conversions!
this is a spreadsheet for tracking pupil achievement within English Language (2017 exams). It's based on the latest release from the government which suggests grades will be similar proportions to current grades achieved.
All you need to do is enter the names of students and the marks achieved.