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If you are an IB English B teacher looking for ready-made lessons covering writing skills, workbooks providing step-by-step approaches to writing text types, or a great resource pack to teach a novel and prepare your students for the IO - then you have come to the right place. Created by an award-winning writer and experienced English B teacher, these resources are just what you are looking for!

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If you are an IB English B teacher looking for ready-made lessons covering writing skills, workbooks providing step-by-step approaches to writing text types, or a great resource pack to teach a novel and prepare your students for the IO - then you have come to the right place. Created by an award-winning writer and experienced English B teacher, these resources are just what you are looking for!
IB English B TEXT TYPES PACK
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IB English B TEXT TYPES PACK

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This is the complete bundle containing all of the HOW TO WRITE ENGLISH B TEXT TYPE PACKS that I have created. Before purchasing this product: Please download the FREE ‘How to write a LETTER OF COMPLAINT Pack’. This will give you a clear idea of the structure and content of all of the How to… Packs. Please watch the promo video I have made. This will give you a visual overview of what to expect. Please ensure you have not already purchased one or more of the products already associated with this bundle. With each pack, you will receive: The SL Workbook – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets The HL Workbook – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets A one-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly. An answer key for Part 1 worksheets. Each workbook contains 2 parts: Part ONE contains worksheets to encourage students to do these activities: read the jumbled version of the mentor text and sequence the different elements correctly discuss and make decisions about the choice of text type to fulfil the requirements of the prompt read the actual mentor text answer comprehension questions to show understanding of the mentor text - now based on actual exam-type questions identify and label the different features of the mentor text explain different grammar aspects answer questions about synonyms, antonyms and the meaning of words determine how the main ideas in paragraphs are developed and extended. Part TWO invites students to write that text type using a follow-on prompt and to show handwritten evidence (by writing everything into the workbook) that they have … conducted a mini-research project to provide them with the necessary background information for the content of the task extracted relevant vocabulary and created sentence frames to assist the writing process used a structured planning page to jot down notes for each element of the writing task followed a step-by-step guide to writing their first draft assessed their first drafts with an informative checklist that also contains relevant advice to help them improve their first draft. The entire writing process, from understanding and using a mentor text, to researching, thinking about, planning, and redrafting is therefore completely visible and should provide students with enough practice to confidently write about each text type in their examinations. The entire bundle covers these text types, topics, and related themes: An ARTICLE about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) A BLOG ENTRY about the impact of social media (Identities) A DIARY ENTRY about cultural gaffes (Social Organisation) AN ESSAY about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) AN INFORMAL EMAIL about pet euthanasia (Experiences) A LETTER TO THE EDITOR about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) A PROPOSAL about improving International Day (Social Organisation) A REVIEW of a fiction book (Experiences) A SPEECH about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) AN OFFICAL REPORT about a technology experiment (Identities) A PERSUASIVE BROCHURE about a theme parks (Human Ingenuity) AN EMBEDDED INTERVIEW about making a difference (Sharing the Planet) A NEWS REPORT about being remarkable (Human Ingenuity) A SET OF GUIDELINES about mental well-being (Identities) A SET OF INSTRUCTIONS about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) A SOCIAL MEDIA POST about Third-Culture Kids (Identities)
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a SOCIAL MEDIA POST Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a SOCIAL MEDIA POST Pack

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This is a workbook pack showing IB English B students how to write A SOCIAL MEDIA POST based on a mentor text, comprehension and language questions, a mini-research project and a guided writing process. The topic is Third-Culture Kids – part of the Identities theme. Each Student Workbook Pack contains: • SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets • HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets • One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly • an answer key for Part 1 worksheets. Please watch the promo video for more details.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a PROPOSAL Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a PROPOSAL Pack

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A workbook in which students handwrite the entire writing process leading to the submission of their final drafts of different IB English B text types. This is to verify that no AI was used to create their writing tasks. For students to make all stages of the writing process visible, each workbook has two parts: Part ONE contains worksheets to encourage students to do these activities: read the jumbled version of the mentor text and sequence the different elements correctly discuss and make decisions about the choice of text type to fulfil the requirements of the prompt read the actual mentor text answer comprehension questions to show understanding of the mentor text identify and label the different features of the mentor text explain the function of every punctuation mark answer questions about synonyms, antonyms and the meaning of words determine how the main ideas in paragraphs are developed and extended. Part TWO invites students to write that text type using a follow-on prompt and to show handwritten evidence (by writing everything into the workbook) that they have … conducted a mini-research project to provide them with the necessary background information for the content of the task extracted relevant vocabulary and created sentence frames to assist the writing process used a structured planning page to jot down notes for each element of the writing task followed a step-by-step guide to writing their first draft assessed their first drafts with an informative checklist that also contains relevant advice to help them improve their first draft. Each Pack contains: SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly An answer key for Part 1 worksheets. The first 9 writing packs cover the following: · Article about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) · Blog about the impact of social media (Identity) · Diary Entry about cultural gaffes (Social Organization) · Essay about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) · Informal Email about pet euthanasia (Experiences) · Letter to the Editor about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) · Proposal about improving International Day (Social Organization) · Review of a fiction book (Experiences) · Speech about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) More packs and text types will be added soon.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a LETTER TO THE EDITOR pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a LETTER TO THE EDITOR pack

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A workbook in which students handwrite the entire writing process leading to the submission of their final drafts of different IB English B text types. This is to verify that no AI was used to create their writing tasks. For students to make all stages of the writing process visible, each workbook has two parts: Part ONE contains worksheets to encourage students to do these activities: read the jumbled version of the mentor text and sequence the different elements correctly discuss and make decisions about the choice of text type to fulfil the requirements of the prompt read the actual mentor text answer comprehension questions to show understanding of the mentor text identify and label the different features of the mentor text explain the function of every punctuation mark answer questions about synonyms, antonyms and the meaning of words determine how the main ideas in paragraphs are developed and extended. Part TWO invites students to write that text type using a follow-on prompt and to show handwritten evidence (by writing everything into the workbook) that they have … conducted a mini-research project to provide them with the necessary background information for the content of the task extracted relevant vocabulary and created sentence frames to assist the writing process used a structured planning page to jot down notes for each element of the writing task followed a step-by-step guide to writing their first draft assessed their first drafts with an informative checklist that also contains relevant advice to help them improve their first draft. Each Pack contains: SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly An answer key for Part 1 worksheets. The first 9 writing packs cover the following: · Article about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) · Blog about the impact of social media (Identity) · Diary Entry about cultural gaffes (Social Organization) · Essay about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) · Informal Email about pet euthanasia (Experiences) · Letter to the Editor about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) · Proposal about improving International Day (Social Organization) · Review of a fiction book (Experiences) · Speech about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) More packs and text types will be added soon.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a BLOG Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a BLOG Pack

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A workbook in which students handwrite the entire writing process leading to the submission of their final drafts of different IB English B text types. This is to verify that no AI was used to create their writing tasks. For students to make all stages of the writing process visible, each workbook has two parts: Part ONE contains worksheets to encourage students to do these activities: read the jumbled version of the mentor text and sequence the different elements correctly discuss and make decisions about the choice of text type to fulfil the requirements of the prompt read the actual mentor text answer comprehension questions to show understanding of the mentor text identify and label the different features of the mentor text explain the function of every punctuation mark answer questions about synonyms, antonyms and the meaning of words determine how the main ideas in paragraphs are developed and extended. Part TWO invites students to write that text type using a follow-on prompt and to show handwritten evidence (by writing everything into the workbook) that they have … conducted a mini-research project to provide them with the necessary background information for the content of the task extracted relevant vocabulary and created sentence frames to assist the writing process used a structured planning page to jot down notes for each element of the writing task followed a step-by-step guide to writing their first draft assessed their first drafts with an informative checklist that also contains relevant advice to help them improve their first draft. Each Pack contains: SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly An answer key for Part 1 worksheets. The first 9 writing packs cover the following: · Article about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) · Blog about the impact of social media (Identity) · Diary Entry about cultural gaffes (Social Organization) · Essay about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) · Informal Email about pet euthanasia (Experiences) · Letter to the Editor about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) · Proposal about improving International Day (Social Organization) · Review of a fiction book (Experiences) · Speech about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) More packs and text types will be added soon.
IB English B: TEXT TYPES How to write a SET OF GUIDELINES
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IB English B: TEXT TYPES How to write a SET OF GUIDELINES

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This is a workbook pack showing IB English B students how to write A SET OF GUIDELINES based on a mentor text, comprehension and language questions, a mini-research project and a guided writing process. You get a both an SL and a HL workbook, a Jumbled Text Starter - and an Answer Key. Please view the video for more details.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write AN OFFICIAL REPORT Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write AN OFFICIAL REPORT Pack

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This is a workbook showing IB English B students how to write an OFFICIAL REPORT based on a mentor text, comprehension and language questions, a mini-research project and a guided writing process. This pack contains: a SL workbook (20 pages) a HL workbook (20 pages) a Jumbled Text Starter an Answer Key Booklet Please watch the video for more details.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write an EMBEDDED INTERVIEW Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write an EMBEDDED INTERVIEW Pack

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This is a workbook showing IB English B students how to write an EMBEDDED INTERVIEW based on a mentor text, comprehension and language questions, a mini-research project and a guided writing process. This pack contains a SL workbook (20 pages), a HL workbook (20 pages), a Jumbled Text Starter and an Answer Key Booklet. Please watch the video for more details.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write an ARTICLE Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write an ARTICLE Pack

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A workbook in which students handwrite the entire writing process leading to the submission of their final drafts of different IB English B text types. This is to verify that no AI was used to create their writing tasks. For students to make all stages of the writing process visible, each workbook has two parts: Part ONE contains worksheets to encourage students to do these activities: read the jumbled version of the mentor text and sequence the different elements correctly discuss and make decisions about the choice of text type to fulfil the requirements of the prompt read the actual mentor text answer comprehension questions to show understanding of the mentor text identify and label the different features of the mentor text explain the function of every punctuation mark answer questions about synonyms, antonyms and the meaning of words determine how the main ideas in paragraphs are developed and extended. Part TWO invites students to write that text type using a follow-on prompt and to show handwritten evidence (by writing everything into the workbook) that they have … conducted a mini-research project to provide them with the necessary background information for the content of the task extracted relevant vocabulary and created sentence frames to assist the writing process used a structured planning page to jot down notes for each element of the writing task followed a step-by-step guide to writing their first draft assessed their first drafts with an informative checklist that also contains relevant advice to help them improve their first draft. Each Pack contains: SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly An answer key for Part 1 worksheets. The first 9 writing packs cover the following: · Article about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) · Blog about the impact of social media (Identity) · Diary Entry about cultural gaffes (Social Organization) · Essay about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) · Informal Email about pet euthanasia (Experiences) · Letter to the Editor about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) · Proposal about improving International Day (Social Organization) · Review of a fiction book (Experiences) · Speech about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) More packs and text types will be added soon.
IB ENGLISH B SKILLS SUPPORT: How to run HARKNESS Discussions 3-lesson Pack
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IB ENGLISH B SKILLS SUPPORT: How to run HARKNESS Discussions 3-lesson Pack

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Are you looking for a way to improve your IB English B students’ discussion skills? Look no further than Contented Being’s ready-made Harkness Discussion lessons! Harkness Discussions are student-led discussions where students gather to discuss a text or topic, fostering active listening, critical thinking, and respectful dialogue. The focus is very much on the students leading the discussion and learning from each other. In just three lessons, your students will learn the skills needed to run an effective Harkness Discussion, research an essential question, and practice running a discussion using contribution cards and research notes. In the first lesson, students will clarify the rules for respectful listening, explore 16 ways to contribute to a discussion, and practise creating keyworded images – a useful note-taking tool using a handy mini-booklet. By the end of this lesson, your students will have practised three skills needed to run a Harkness Discussion. In the second lesson, students will research answers to the essential question: Should students should have unlimited access to CHATGPT in the classroom? They will share applications for the keyworded images note-taking method, create another mini-book, and research eight questions about the impact of CHATGPT on education. This is to prepare them for the Harkness Discussion they will have in the next lesson. In the third and final lesson, students will review different ways to contribute to a Harkness Discussion, learn some of the basic rules and expectations, have practice running a discussion, and reflect deeply about the process. By the end of this lesson, your students will have practised conducting a Harkness Discussion and will have reflected on the experience. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to improve your students’ discussion skills with Contented Being’s ready-made Harkness Discussion lessons which contain slideshows with embedded scripts and multiple, scaffolded speaking frames. Which means – the only preparation you do is print, copy and laminate resources. The lessons practically run themselves, allowing you to give attention to individual students. Watch as your students become more engaged, confident, and skilled in their ability to discuss effectively.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a BOOK REVIEW Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a BOOK REVIEW Pack

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A workbook in which students handwrite the entire writing process leading to the submission of their final drafts of different IB English B text types. This is to verify that no AI was used to create their writing tasks. For students to make all stages of the writing process visible, each workbook has two parts: Part ONE contains worksheets to encourage students to do these activities: read the jumbled version of the mentor text and sequence the different elements correctly discuss and make decisions about the choice of text type to fulfil the requirements of the prompt read the actual mentor text answer comprehension questions to show understanding of the mentor text identify and label the different features of the mentor text explain the function of every punctuation mark answer questions about synonyms, antonyms and the meaning of words determine how the main ideas in paragraphs are developed and extended. Part TWO invites students to write that text type using a follow-on prompt and to show handwritten evidence (by writing everything into the workbook) that they have … conducted a mini-research project to provide them with the necessary background information for the content of the task extracted relevant vocabulary and created sentence frames to assist the writing process used a structured planning page to jot down notes for each element of the writing task followed a step-by-step guide to writing their first draft assessed their first drafts with an informative checklist that also contains relevant advice to help them improve their first draft. Each Pack contains: SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly An answer key for Part 1 worksheets. The first 9 writing packs cover the following: · Article about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) · Blog about the impact of social media (Identity) · Diary Entry about cultural gaffes (Social Organization) · Essay about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) · Informal Email about pet euthanasia (Experiences) · Letter to the Editor about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) · Proposal about improving International Day (Social Organization) · Review of a fiction book (Experiences) · Speech about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) More packs and text types will be added soon.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a SPEECH Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a SPEECH Pack

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A workbook in which students handwrite the entire writing process leading to the submission of their final drafts of different IB English B text types. This is to verify that no AI was used to create their writing tasks. For students to make all stages of the writing process visible, each workbook has two parts: Part ONE contains worksheets to encourage students to do these activities: read the jumbled version of the mentor text and sequence the different elements correctly discuss and make decisions about the choice of text type to fulfil the requirements of the prompt read the actual mentor text answer comprehension questions to show understanding of the mentor text identify and label the different features of the mentor text explain the function of every punctuation mark answer questions about synonyms, antonyms and the meaning of words determine how the main ideas in paragraphs are developed and extended. Part TWO invites students to write that text type using a follow-on prompt and to show handwritten evidence (by writing everything into the workbook) that they have … conducted a mini-research project to provide them with the necessary background information for the content of the task extracted relevant vocabulary and created sentence frames to assist the writing process used a structured planning page to jot down notes for each element of the writing task followed a step-by-step guide to writing their first draft assessed their first drafts with an informative checklist that also contains relevant advice to help them improve their first draft. Each Pack contains: SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly An answer key for Part 1 worksheets. The first 9 writing packs cover the following: · Article about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) · Blog about the impact of social media (Identity) · Diary Entry about cultural gaffes (Social Organization) · Essay about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) · Informal Email about pet euthanasia (Experiences) · Letter to the Editor about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) · Proposal about improving International Day (Social Organization) · Review of a fiction book (Experiences) · Speech about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) More packs and text types will be added soon.
IB English B TEXT TYPES SKILLS SUPPORT: Formal and Informal VOCAB LESSON
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IB English B TEXT TYPES SKILLS SUPPORT: Formal and Informal VOCAB LESSON

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TEXT TYPES SKILLS SUPPORT VOCABULARY LESSON: Formal and Informal (60 minutes) This lesson supports the writing of all the required English B Text types. Resources: No-prep, ready-made SLIDESHOW Resource Booklet Lesson Outcome: By the end of this lesson, your students will have learned 6 sets of 18 vocabulary words associated with formal and informal writing in these categories: contractions, FANBOYS and conjunctive adverbs, formal vocabulary, colloquial language, nominalised verbs and adjectives, and phrasal verbs. They will use the Pelmanism Game to try to remember the vocabulary and play another memory game to help retain the words encountered in the lesson. The ultimate goal of the lesson is to remember informal words and their formal counterparts. Activities: Activity 1: STARTER: to unscramble terms related to the categories featured in the rest of the lesson. Students will also match those terms with the correct definitions and identify which relates to the formal and which to the informal register. (15 minutes) Activity 2: THE PELMANISM GAME: to use observation, inference, and memory skills to identify pairs of formal and informal counterparts. (30 minutes) Activity 3: MEMORY TASK: to use observation and memory to link informal words with their formal counterparts. (10 minutes) PLENARY: to quiz one another on words encountered in the lesson. (5 minutes) HOMEWORK: To text one another: one sends an informal message; the other replies with its formal equivalent. Apart from the need to print handouts and a few bits of admin, this lesson is NO-PREP, INSTANTLY-USABLE. (You just need to run through the slideshow to familiarise yourself with the lesson elements.)
IB English B: HL LITERATURE PACK
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IB English B: HL LITERATURE PACK

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Would you like an HL literature teaching pack containing low-to-no-prep resources with EVERYTHING you need to prepare your students for their Individual Oral? Look no further than my Individual Oral Preparation Resources, specifically designed for busy teachers like you. My IB English B HL Literature Pack is fully-resourced, time-saving, and instantly-usable, making it perfect for both new and experienced teachers. This pack is based on my award-winning and highly-acclaimed young adult novel, The Pebble Champion, about a gay teen dealing with the death of his mother, The novel is Lang B-relevant and explores powerful themes such as loss, grief, guilt, coming-of-age, identity, and inner strength. With the PDF version of the novel included, you can make as many copies as you need, saving both time and money. But that’s not all. The pack also includes resources to help your students explore the novel, including a set of ready-to-use, discussion-based slideshow lessons covering pre-reading, setting research, chapter-by-chapter discussions, and post-reading reflection. Plus, the workbooks and teacher resources will help your students prepare for their oral, with a 5-step planning process and speaking process, as well as 20 text extracts for practice and prediction activities. Mock and Final Exam extracts are also included. What’s in the pack? • 1 x PDF Copy of the novel, The Pebble Champion • 13 x Discussion-based Lesson Slideshows • 5 x Student Workbooks + 3 Answer key booklets • 2 x Oral Preparation Teacher Resource Books • 1 x Suggested Teaching Schedule That’s 30 x 60-minute lessons. Just what you’re looking for! With 25 resources in total, there are 25 reasons to purchase this IB English B HL Literature Pack.
IB English B TEXT TYPES SKILLS SUPPORT: Sentence Variety SWIRL Lesson
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IB English B TEXT TYPES SKILLS SUPPORT: Sentence Variety SWIRL Lesson

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TEXT TYPES SKILLS SUPPORT SWIRL LESSON: Sentence Variety (60 minutes – May take longer) This lesson supports the writing of all text types. Resources: No-prep, ready-made SLIDESHOW Handout resources Lesson Outcome: By the end of this lesson, your students will have used a jigsaw activity to teach each other 18 different ways to vary their sentences, incorporating sentence starters, sentence expanders, sentence punctuation and sentence types. Students will have used what they have learned to improve weak paragraphs. Depending on the size of your class, these activities may take more than one lesson to complete. Activities: INTERACTIVE STARTER: to identify and discuss the flaws in poorly written paragraphs. (5 minutes) Activity 1 SWIRL TASK: To use home-expert groups, peer teaching, group writing, and jigsaw learning to practise applying 18 sentence-variety tips to improve a weak paragraph. (50 minutes) PLENARY: to identify ways that other groups have improved their paragraphs. (5 minutes) HOMEWORK: To text each other using the sentence variety tips learned in the lesson. Apart from the need to print handouts and a few bits of admin, this lesson is NO-PREP, INSTANTLY-USABLE. (You just need to run through the slideshow to familiarise yourself with the lesson elements.)
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a NEWS REPORT Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a NEWS REPORT Pack

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This is a workbook pack showing IB English B students how to write A NEWS REPORT based on a mentor text, comprehension and language questions, a mini-research project and a guided writing process. The topic is BEING REMARKABLE – part of the Human Ingenuity theme. In this Student Workbook Pack you will get: · SL Version – with answer options for Part 1 worksheets · HL Version – without answer options for Part 1 worksheets · One-page Jumbled Mentor Text Starter – the elements of the mentor text are jumbled up and students need to sequence them correctly · an ANSWER KEY BOOKLET for Part 1 worksheets. Please see the video promo overview for more details.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a SET OF INSTRUCTIONS Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a SET OF INSTRUCTIONS Pack

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This is a workbook showing IB English B students how to write A SET OF INSTRUCTIONS comprising a mentor text comprehension, language, vocabulary worksheets a mini-research project a guided writing process - including a step-by-step guide and comprehensive post-draft checklist with helpful advice This pack contains a SL workbook (20 pages), a HL workbook (20 pages), a Jumbled Text Starter and an Answer Key Booklet. Please watch the video for more details.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: 16 Exemplar texts and stimulus prompts
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: 16 Exemplar texts and stimulus prompts

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Here is a collection of 16 Mentor Texts for IB English B text types. PLEASE NOTE: These mentor texts are the focus of my How to write Packs. If you have purchased those - particularly the complete bundle - then you do NOT need to buy this product. This is for those who just want mentor texts and their prompts only and who have not bought any of the workbook packs. This collection contains: AN ARTICLE about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) A BLOG ENTRY about the impact of social media (Identities) A DIARY ENTRY about cultural gaffes (Social Organisation) AN ESSAY about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) AN INFORMAL EMAIL about pet euthanasia (Experiences) A LETTER TO THE EDITOR about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) A PROPOSAL about improving International Day (Social Organisation) A REVIEW of a fiction book (Experiences) A SPEECH about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) AN OFFICAL REPORT about a technology experiment (Identities) A PERSUASIVE BROCHURE about a theme parks (Human Ingenuity) AN EMBEDDED INTERVIEW about making a difference (Sharing the Planet) A NEWS REPORT about being remarkable (Human Ingenuity) A SET OF GUIDELINES about mental well-being (Identities) A SET OF INSTRUCTIONS about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) A SOCIAL MEDIA POST about Third-Culture Kids (Identities) Each mentor text come with a STIMULUS PROMPT which inspired the content of the text. PLEASE NOTE: I have created a series of workbooks based on the above which encourages students to record the writing process in its entirety to prove no AI was involved. These worksheet packs are available should you wish to purchase them INSTEAD of this collection, and can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12833170
IB ENGLISH B PRACTICE TESTS PACK
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IB ENGLISH B PRACTICE TESTS PACK

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This is a bundle of 3 of my IB ENGLISH B TEXT TYPE listening and reading practice products. Each listening and reading test is worth 20 marks, and I have attempted to style and create it based on the sample papers provided by the IB last year. These resources are part of a larger set of resources containing 10-lesson units for each of the 3 text types. Feel free to view them here in my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/ContentedBeing Thank you.
IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a FORMAL LETTER OF COMPLAINT Freebie Pack
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IB English B TEXT TYPES: How to write a FORMAL LETTER OF COMPLAINT Freebie Pack

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A free resource for you! A workbook showing how to teach IB English B students how to write a formal letter of complaint. This is to ensure the whole writing process is made visible (all work is recorded in the workbook) so teachers can be assured that students have not used AI to write their texts. This this pack you will receive: a jumbled mentor text that students need to sequence Part One of the Workbook = analysing a mentor text in order to learn how to emulate it by doing comprehension, punctuation, vocabulary and paragraph-development tasks Part Two = doing a mini-research project and then using the workbook to extract useful frames and vocabulary from the mentor text, to plan using a structured planning page, to write their first draft using a step-by-step guide and then to assess their first draft using an informative checklist. This way, the entire writing process is visible by being handwritten. The sole purpose of this freebie is to entice you to buy the other workbook packs in the series. There are 9 in series one: The first 9 writing packs cover the following: · Article about learning to learn (Human Ingenuity) · Blog about the impact of social media (Identity) · Diary Entry about cultural gaffes (Social Organization) · Essay about the need to learn writing skills (Human Ingenuity) · Informal Email about pet euthanasia (Experiences) · Letter to the Editor about plastic pollution (Sharing the Planet) · Proposal about improving International Day (Social Organization) · Review of a fiction book (Experiences) · Speech about saving a zoo (Sharing the Planet) More packs and text types will be added soon.