Phonology - KS5 English Language

Phonology - KS5 English Language

Students will learn to: - Understand the term key terms. - Practise the international phonetic alphabet. - Demonstrate learning by identifying phonetic sounds in words and sentences.
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A Level Language - Prosody

A Level Language - Prosody

In this lesson, students will: - Understand the term prosody and prosodic features. - Discuss spoken transcript conventions. - Read a model analysis of prosody and demonstrate our own understanding.
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Storm on the Island - AQA GCSE Poetry

Storm on the Island - AQA GCSE Poetry

Bell task: Describing atmosphere (use of sound effects) of storm to link to subject matter. Starter: Soundscape Main: Annotate poem using annotation prompt sheet (pdf) Development: Quote and explanation match up. Then students are to write an analytical paragraph demonstrating their understanding.
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Exposure - Context

Exposure - Context

This lesson is aimed at students studying 'Exposure' - Wilfred Owen from the AQA Power & Conflict anthology. It is to develop their use of context in analytical writing. This was an observation lesson and was graded as 'Outstanding'.
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AQA A Level English Language - SOL

AQA A Level English Language - SOL

A series of lessons, resources, homework and model answers for the AQA English Language exam. The main focus is AO1 and terminology including: morphology, noun phrases, verb phrases, transitivity, verb processes, parallel clauses and so on.
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AQA English Language A LEVEL

AQA English Language A LEVEL

Accent presentation - Lesson on theories linking to accent. Students are required to create their own presentation based on theories. 10 page document on theories (inc Trudgill & Labov) to aid presentation. Could be set as homework - wider reading.
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Blood Brothers - Context

Blood Brothers - Context

Fun and interactive context lesson to develop understanding of the modern text 'Blood Brothers'. Aimed at lower ability GCSE, but easily adapted.
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'Outstanding' Mystery box - story writing lesson

'Outstanding' Mystery box - story writing lesson

This lesson focuses on narrative perspectives and develops students' story writing skills. I was observed in this lesson and received an 'outstanding'. You will need to provide your own mystery box (or bag), but I included: a bright red lipstick, a few euros, a ticket stub from Paris, an empty perfume bottle, a scarf, a key and an old polaroid. The students really loved this lesson, so I hope you enjoy it, too! Stretch & challenge embedded throughout. Special extension tasks included at the end of the PowerPoint, which you could print off, put in envelopes and give to the most able.
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Non-fiction scheme of learning

Non-fiction scheme of learning

Fully resourced non-fiction scheme of work (18 lessons - PowerPoints), including homework and assessments. Really useful for English Language AQA Paper 2 exam.
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Non fiction - whole unit - 6 weeks

Non fiction - whole unit - 6 weeks

This scheme is non-fiction writing based, aimed at top set Year 7s. It has a range of non-fiction texts, exciting opportunities for debates and speeches. The texts all centre around a theme of 'animals'. Homework project & assessment included.
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