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Onomatopoeia PowerPoint Lesson

Onomatopoeia PowerPoint Lesson

This resource contains a fully editable and engaging 75-slide PowerPoint lesson on the literary device of onomatopoeia. The content includes 1. Explanation and definition of onomatopoeia. 2. Why it is used. 3. Examples of onomatopoeia from poetry, literature, adverts and comics -including The Ancient Mariner (Samuel Taylor Coleridge), The Highwayman (Alfred Noyes), The Charge of the Light Brigade (Alfred Tennyson), The Lake Isle of Innisfree (W. B. Yeats), The Bells (Edgar Allan Poe), The Tempest by William Shakespeare and For Whom the Bell Tolls (Ernest Hemingway). 4. Challenges and opportunities within the PowerPoint for pupils to identify and use onomatopoeia. 6. Images to stimulate students to compose their own onomatopoeic words. The PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to a short, entertaining video on onomatopoeia; some adverts containing onomatopoeia and a recitation by Roger McGough of his poem 'The Sound Collector'. Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide

By Krazikas

The Woman in Black: Arthur Kipps!

The Woman in Black: Arthur Kipps!

This engaging and informative lesson enables students to make precise and sustained interpretations regarding the portrayal of Arthur Kipps throughout Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black. In particular, students consider how Kipps is initially presented, and how his character is developed throughout the text. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: - Reading and understanding how Arthur's character is introduced to the reader; - Understanding and comprehending the different events that Arthur experiences; - Considering how these different events shape and alter Arthur's emotions and personality; - Analysing how Hill presents and develops Arthur's character throughout the text; - Peer assessing each other's learning attempts. Included is: - Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; - Selected extracts from 'The Woman in Black' - Arthur Kipps stress graph; - Analysis template with success criteria for creating well-structured responses; - Comprehensive lesson plan. There are also opportunities for group learning, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. This was originally taught to mixed ability year 10 groups, but can easily be differentiated for groups of different ages and abilities. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.

By TandLGuru

NEW AQA  exams from 2017 GCSE Macbeth Act 1, Scenes 1-7 Lesson Bundle Year 10 & 11

NEW AQA exams from 2017 GCSE Macbeth Act 1, Scenes 1-7 Lesson Bundle Year 10 & 11

For teaching towards the new GCSE AQA style Act 1 Scenes 1-7 Macbeth lessons. This is to start Year 10's or 11's off with Macbeth. Each lesson has a powerpoint (apart from lesson 2) and supporting worksheets. It familiarises them with the plot and the characters of the Witches, Macbeth, Banquo, King Duncan and Lady Macbeth before reading on. After Act 1, Scene 7 there is a recap context powerpoint which should be securing their learning and then an Act 1 - 3 how does Macbeth change sheet which i have attached. It can be used as an assessment or again, more to secure the knowledge of the play and Macbeth's changing character. Mine are a mid ability set but everything can be adapted. Hope it helps!

By beingkateish

'An Inspector Calls' Arthur Birling revision

'An Inspector Calls' Arthur Birling revision

A whole lesson used for an observation which was graded as 'outstanding'. Aims to challenge students but also accessible for all abilities. Focus on the close analysis of language needed to succeed at GCSE.

By EB03

The Woman in Black: Jennet Humfrye and Nathaniel Drablow!

The Woman in Black: Jennet Humfrye and Nathaniel Drablow!

This engaging and informative lesson enables students to make precise and sustained interpretations regarding the sub-plot of Jennet Humfrye and Nathaniel Drablow in The Woman in Black. Through close analysis of extracts of the sub-plot, they consider how the woman in black herself came to being, and learn her ghastly purpose. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: - Reading and understanding the sub-plot of Jennet Humfrye and Nathaniel Drablow; - Understanding and comprehending the key themes and ideas raised in the sub-plot; - Empathising and evaluating the sub-plot, arguing a viewpoint on behalf of a character; - Analysing how Hill utilises the sub-plot to aid and develop the wider story; - Peer assessing each other's learning attempts. Included is: - Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; - Extracts from 'The Woman in Black' which details the sub-plot; - 'Jennet Humfrye and Nathaniel Drablow' worksheet (and answer sheet for teachers); - Empathy Footprints for 'In Your Shoes' task; - Analysis template with success criteria for creating well-structured responses; - Comprehensive lesson plan. There are also opportunities for group learning, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. This was originally taught to mixed ability year 10 groups, but can easily be differentiated for groups of different ages and abilities. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.

By TandLGuru