A topical lesson on the new sugar tax! Visually attractive lesson, guaranteed to promote debate. This is the writing to inform lesson where students have to create a balanced leaflet on the topic. If you prefer this lesson as a main task to write a lively article you can find that at the link below:<br />
Lesson Power Point includes a shock starter, learning objectives, links to video clips for information on the sugar tax and planning prompts throughout.<br />
BBC article included.<br />
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A set of simple resources to support the use of rhetorical questions and some simple prompts to write an information leaflet on Cardiff Bay. I've used it with low ability GCSE classes, but would suit any age, depending on their level.
Originally a one off lesson used for an interview - this could be adapted to a longer period of work. Involves non-standard units and cms - again can be adapted to suit. The growing topic is based on Mr Bloom from Cbeebies, so more suited for young children.
Students will use note taking skills to paraphrase notes on third-person-point-of-view. Notes will provide and promote better writing when writing various text, constructed responses, and extended responses. Notes are excellent for understand which point of view a piece of text is written from, and changing a point of view when writing.
A detailed scheme of work with full colour PPTs and resources. Relates to Bloom's Taxonomy with clear AOs and leads clearly to summative assessment. Starters focus on grammar and literacy skills. All lesson plans included.