This is a powerpoint activity for lower ability students who are learning to analyse colour in media contexts.\nAs my class are challenging and have weak literacy skills I printed the three analysis slides out as a worksheet for the pupils to write on. \n\nMy development from this lesson was to ask the pupils to bring in an advert that used colour in a way that interested them. This initial powerpoint and structured worksheet helped them to develop their own analysis of media texts. I hope it is useful to somebody else!
A powerpoint full of hints and tips for students taking the Higher Tier English Language exam. The slides run through the expectations and skills being explored, and then give some tips as to how students might want to approach answering the questions in order to get their best grade. Can be used as a last minute revision aid, or adapted and used earlier in the revision process. Most of the advice can be applied to all the exam boards.
<p>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.</p>
A revision activity for students taking their GCSE Language Unit 1 Non-Fiction paper, or any non-fiction paper. It requires them to read an article and plan what points they might use to answer the question.