A power point covering two lessons for revision for section B - Child Language acquisition - for the new AQA A level English Language specification. Covering key linguistic frameworks and terminology, theorists, exam tips for writing essay, example paragraph, mark scheme and assessment task.
A lesson to introduce how a text producer creates meaning and representation. The focus is on analysis of noun, noun phrases, denotation, connotation and contexts. Ideal for Y12 as they begin their study of AQA AS/A Level English Language.
A comprehensive set of assessment and feedback sheets for each question on GCSE Language and GCSE Literature papers 1 &2. Each sheet has marking criteria for each question with a space for comments on what went well and even better if. Eases marking load for English teachers. Just highlight the criteria in green to show achievement and in pink to show next steps. Ideal for focussing students minds on the requirements for each question.
This activity includes work on language features giving definitions and examples, a task on finding language features in an extract, practice Q2 with writing frame and mark scheme. It could be used in the classroom or as a homework to consolidate learning.
Use these name cards to identify the target grades of pupils by easy colour borders, add a literary figure to show the area of need or level of ability. Laminate the cards and use them to re-arrange seating plans before a lesson. Great for pairing pupils and ensuring gender mix in group work. Lots of creative uses.
A lesson and all resources for an introduction to unseen poetry using Minister for Education. Great starter that engages the students and recaps and re-enforces learning of poetic techniques. It can also be used with other poetry. Includes differentiated poetic techniques for higher and lower ability.