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At least a couple of lessons worth of material here on speech writing - looking at both reading and writing skills. Extracts from William Wilberforce and Martin Luther King Jnr included. Relevant historical context and activities included in PowerPoint.
mikeboyd
Hansel and Gretel display Pack

Hansel and Gretel display Pack

Hansel and Gretel Display Pack make easy work of your display A2cauldron, broomstick and hat A3 Bones and a bread banner also includes gingerbread men and lollipop extras for corners of work on display.
thegruffalo71
Act Two, Scene One: Macbeth's Soliloquy

Act Two, Scene One: Macbeth's Soliloquy

This presentation focusses on Macbeth's soliloquy in Act One, Scene Two, and how it links to the themes of the play. There are speaking and listening opportunities and a written task with an example answer paragraph. It could be used alone or as part of a scheme of work on Shakespeare's tragedy. Key ideas: growth mind-set, self assessment, Socratic thinking, independent learning.
havetocomment
Act One , Scene 7: Macbeth and Lady Macbeth's Relationship

Act One , Scene 7: Macbeth and Lady Macbeth's Relationship

This presentation focusses on the interplay between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in a section of Act One, Scene 7. There are speaking and listening opportunities and a written task with an example answer paragraph. It could be used alone or as part of a scheme of work on Shakespeare's tragedy. Key ideas: growth mind-set, self assessment, Socratic thinking, independent learning.
havetocomment
Spooky Book Titles (creative writing prompts for Halloween)

Spooky Book Titles (creative writing prompts for Halloween)

This interactive resource provides randomly generated spooky book titles to be used as prompts for a range of projects. Simply extract the zipped folder and double-click on 'Spooky Book Titles' to launch the application. The folder includes a document with additional supporting information and lesson ideas. If you enjoy this, you might also like the full 'Library of Lost Books' resource here: https://goo.gl/yBqg7A
ZoopResources
Lesson 8 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Language (continued)

Lesson 8 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Language (continued)

Folowing the previous lesson on language, this is the final lesson in my scheme on speeches and techniques used in the Study of Spoken Language. Lesson objective: to be able to understand the meaning of key linguistic terms and identify these devices in a presentation, and their purpose. This provides a comprehensive review of language features, and practice analysis.
erinsarahh
Lesson 7 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Language Teachniques

Lesson 7 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Language Teachniques

Folowing my lesson on engagement, this is lesson seven in my scheme on speeches and techniques used in the Study of Spoken Language. Lesson objective: to be able to understand the meaning of key linguistic terms and identify these devices in a presentation, and their purpose. Devices used in direct audience engagement that are examined include: imperatives, rhetorical questions, pronouns, alliteration, superlatives, and statistics. This may take more than one lesson, depending on the duration of periods.
erinsarahh
Lesson 6 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Engagement

Lesson 6 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Engagement

Folowing my lesson on tone, this is lesson six in my scheme on speeches and techniques used in the Study of Spoken Language. Lesson objective: to be able to identify techniques used by speakers to effectively engage their audience. Five techniques are examined: voice, accent, volume, pace, and pauses. Includes videos of speeches to illustrate points.
erinsarahh
Lesson 5 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Tone

Lesson 5 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Tone

Folowing my lesson on structure, this is lesson five in my scheme on speeches and techniques used in the Study of Spoken Language. Lesson objective: identify the general tone of a speech and be able to identify changes of tone in a presentation, and their purpose. Three tones are examined: reflective, argumentative, and encouraging. Includes videos of speeches to illustrate points.
erinsarahh
Lesson 4 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Structure

Lesson 4 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Structure

Folowing my lesson on audience, this is lesson four in my scheme on speeches and techniques used in the Study of Spoken Language. Lesson objective: be able to identify techniques that are used to create an effective opening and ending to a presentation. Three elements are examined: introductions, conclusions, and sentence structure. Includes videos of speeches to illustrate points.
erinsarahh
Lesson 2 or 3 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Audience

Lesson 2 or 3 in The Study of Spoken Language / Speeches - Audience

Folowing my lesson on Introduction/purpose, this is lesson two (or three if the previous took two) in my scheme on speeches and techniques used in the Study of Spoken Language. Lesson objective: to be able to identify the audience of a speech, and comment on the impact that audience would have on the language and delivery of the presentation. Five audiences are examined. Includes videos of speeches to illustrate points.
erinsarahh