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AQA paper 2 Writers' Viewpoints and Perspectives - Revision Guide Q4

AQA paper 2 Writers' Viewpoints and Perspectives - Revision Guide Q4

Follow the guide to help answer Q4 paper 2 Tip: Refer to Source A using answers from Q2 move onto identifying methods used and why - Refer to Source B use answers from Q2 and Q3 move onto identifying methods explaining why the writers use the methods and how it impacts the readers (thoughts, feelings and imagination) - be specific focusing on phrases and appropriate words in the text. 1.In this way you will clearly show the difference in perspectives 2.Ensure you use PEE 3.both text naturally focus on a similar topic/subject but one text will be a negative review whilst the other a positive review 4. Identify which text reflects which view and incorporate this in your answer with reference to 19th century and 20th century differences Differences can be reflected in the following areas: attitudes, lifestyles, experiences, time, setting, weather, gender, classes, ages, transport, opportunities and so much more… follow the Guide - Good LUCK
doreen_ieducateyou
Adage to Zeitgeist, 40 Literary Devices

Adage to Zeitgeist, 40 Literary Devices

This presentation was developed from material prepared to support a non specialist short term teacher. 42 commonly used literary devices are briefly explained and the students were challenged to find examples in various texts. The whole presentation contains 45 slides with hyperlinks embedded throughout.
20JET12
2 Lessons The Red Room by H. G. Wells

2 Lessons The Red Room by H. G. Wells

Two lessons on The Red Room by H G Wells looking at ghost stories and the mood and atmosphere in a text. Was a nice way for my Year 9’s to begin looking at how mood and atmosphere is created so they could implement it in to their own writing.
beingkateish
Edexcel iGCSE Lit and Lang Anthology - FLASH CARDS COMPLETE SET

Edexcel iGCSE Lit and Lang Anthology - FLASH CARDS COMPLETE SET

Back to back completed flash cards. Features the type of text, the audience and purpose (TAP) and breaks down literature devices used into linguistic and structural - provides quotes and explanations for each one. Most also include paragraph and line references to quickly locate the quote during revision. Ready to print and use. The anthology consist of: Touching the Void Your Guide to Beach Safety Climate Change Webpage - Greenpeace UK Climate Change: The Facts A Game of Polo With A Headless Goat A Passage to Africa The Explorer’s Daughter Explorers, or Boys Messing About? Either Way, Taxpayer Gets Rescue Bill Taking On The World Chinese Cinderella Hope it helps.
WolseyAcademy
Piecing Me Together - (Reed Novel Studies)

Piecing Me Together - (Reed Novel Studies)

Piecing Me Together is a complete 81 page novel study guide based on the popular novel by Renée Watson. The guide is presented chapter-by-chapter and includes the following distinct sections: Before You Read, Vocabulary, Comprehension Questions (including many higher-level thinking questions); Activities. The novel study includes everything needed to teach the novel including the following concepts / activities: setting, literary devices, research assignments, cloze activities, creative writing assignments, character studies, parts of speech, analogies, synonyms and antonyms, crossword and word search puzzles, studies in conflict, constructing a storyboard and sequence chart. It also contains a complete Answer Key. Many Links with the Common Core Standards (U.S.) You may wish to check out Island of the Blue Dolphins – a free offering on TES done by the author in the same format as this novel study. The writer of this novel study has had more than 60 curriculum units published. These are available in such outlets as Chapters and Staples and most stores for teachers.
reednovelstudies
AQA A Level Othello Act 3, Scene 3 Lesson NEW Specification

AQA A Level Othello Act 3, Scene 3 Lesson NEW Specification

16 slides I used for my A Level class on Act 3, Scene 3 of Othello. All 16 slides include questions and activities that the students can get on with by themselves, in groups of be taught. It explores the structure and language of this scene focusing on Iago’s motives. All ‘handouts’ or exerts of the play are included in the powerpoint.
beingkateish
Blood Brothers - Russell's Dramatic Devices!

Blood Brothers - Russell's Dramatic Devices!

This engaging and interesting lesson enables students to make clear and developed interpretations regarding Willy Russell’s use of dramatic devices throughout Blood Brothers. In particular, students define eight advanced dramatic techniques used by writers, identify these in selected extracts from the play, and analyse their effectiveness. They then apply their new understanding to their own dramatic scene. The lesson utilises a range of tasks, that require students to be both independent and collaborative learners. It follows this learning journey: Defining and exemplifying each of the dramatic devices; Reading and comprehending extracts from the play, identifying and analysing Russell’s use of dramatic devices throughout; Understanding the writer’s intentions and the anticipated audience reactions through some of the dramatic devices; Creating revision cards demonstrating full understanding of the dramatic devices: definitions, examples, effects; Applying their understanding of dramatic devices to their own imaginative and emotional playscript scenes; Self-evaluating their learning in the lesson. Included in this resource pack are: A well-presented, thorough, and informative, whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; Appropriate extracts from the play; Dramatic devices cards for the card-sorting activity; Templates for creating the revision cards; A comprehensive teacher guidance form/lesson plan to assist delivery. Resources are provided in both Word (for easy editing)and PDF (to prevent formatting issues between computers). All images in this resource are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the lesson presentation.
TandLGuru
AQA language paper 1 Question 3 lesson based on 2017 paper

AQA language paper 1 Question 3 lesson based on 2017 paper

This lesson goes through methodology for question 3 before then taking students step by step through the question from the 2017 paper (*The Tiredness of Rosabel) *. Students then have an opportunity to answer questions on structure, before comparing their answers to a top level model.
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