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Poetry by Welsh poets based on memories
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Poetry by Welsh poets based on memories

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Five pairs of poems. Analysis of each poem. Building to writing a comparison essay. Poems from Welsh Anthology. Topic of question is memories of people and places. Poems are: 1. Eclipse and After a Friendship, 2. Walnut Tree Forge and To My Father, 3. Evans and Dying at Pallau, 4. My Mother’s Perfume and Jugged Hare, 5. Return to Cardiff and In Chapel.
Villains and Heroes
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Villains and Heroes

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A variety of lessons around the theme of villains and heroes. Introduction to topic. Captain Hook - short answer questions. Peter Pan - how is Pan presented as a hero? Dolores Umbridge - analysis of text and what makes her a villain. Neville Longbottom - text analysis and short answer questions Young James Bond - analysis of text and short answer questions. El Huracán (Bond) - using language to describe characters, creating tension. Reading infographics, crating and describing a superhero. Simon Armitage’s “Kid” - relationship between Batman and Robin. Gender of heroes and villains - short answer questions and comparing texts.
Seaglass
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Seaglass

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Lessons to accompany a reading of “Seaglass” by Eloise Williams. All have a focus on vocabulary, plus a variety of literacy based starter tasks and end of lesson tasks, including summarising, sentence types and proofreading. Extended tasks include describing a character, “how does the writer …” question, a newspaper report, "what impression … " question, a fable and a book review. Many tasks are based on “The Writing Revolution”.
Road of the Dead
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Road of the Dead

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Chapter by chapter lessons on Road of the Dead by Kevin Brooks. It includes tasks on extending and combining sentences, writing embedded sentences and recognising sentence types. Extended writing tasks include description, how the writer creates tension and a review of the novel.