James Bond Structure Lesson - KS3 Introduction

Learning Objective: To introduce the concept of structure in writing, understand key structural terminology and explore how this works in a James Bond story.

**The resources included are as follows:

  1. Lesson slides including the following activities:**
  • Starter on how suspense is created in an image * Introduction to three key questions that students will be able to answer by the end of the lesson * Introduction to structure * Treasure hunt activity - students work in differentiated pairs to find the five key parts of a James Bond story - Live and Let Die - that you have cut up and placed around the room and put them in order. (Resource provided) * Key structural terminology - e.g. problem, climax, resolution - introduced and students then work in differentiated pairs to label the different elements of the Bond story. * Class discussion activity - whole class discussion of what structure is and how it’s used for effect in the James Bond story, to prepare students for the subsequent writing task. * Individual writing activity - students answer the questions from the start of the lesson. (Resource provided). This provides stretch and challenge through the final question which asks students to write in as much analytical detail as possible. **2. Simplified version of James Bond story - Live and Let Die - , to be printed and cut up for treasure hunt activity.
  1. Comprehension and analysis questions to be answered individually in the final section of the lesson.**
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  • Structure-Intro-Lesson.pptx
  • Structure-lesson---Bond-Story.docx
  • Structure-Questions-for-the-end-of-the-lesson.docx

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Created: Feb 14, 2018

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