EDEXCEL English Language Paper 2 Question 7

EDEXCEL English Language Paper 2 Question 7

This worksheet takes students through the skills needed to compare the two texts. It shows them how to build from a topic sentence, using comparative connectives. It then explores how to move between the two texts, whilst comparing.
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EDEXCEL English Language Paper 2 Revision Guide

EDEXCEL English Language Paper 2 Revision Guide

This PDF guide takes students through each question on the examination. It gives practical tips about how to carry on the revision process beyond the tasks in the guide. This is a skills approach to the paper and covers both reading and writing.
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INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 3 Creative Writing

INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 3 Creative Writing

This lesson focuses on how the student creates ideas in their mind. The lesson takes the student through a series of activities - including a guided imagination/ questioning/ shared work - to produce a piece of creative writing.
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INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 2 Implication and Inference WORKSHEET

INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 2 Implication and Inference WORKSHEET

This worksheet accompanies the lesson plan on writing for implication. The idea is that students will gather assets that they can use in their advert on this worksheet. This can either before they write in pairs or when they move around the room gathering excellent examples from other people's adverts.
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INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 2 Implication and Inference PPT

INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 2 Implication and Inference PPT

This powerpoint supports the interview lesson plan on writing for inference/ implication. The idea of the lesson is to explore how we can use language to mislead but not lie to the reader. This lesson can also be used to explore the impact of language in the media and our role to be critical readers.
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INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 2 Implication

INTERVIEW LESSON Writing 2 Implication

This 30-minute lesson is effective in teaching how language can be used to persuade/ manipulate. The focus is on understanding how to make specific choices to impact on the reader
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INTERVIEW LESSON PLAN: Writing 2 Inference and implication

INTERVIEW LESSON PLAN: Writing 2 Inference and implication

This lesson will be perfect for engaging students in an interview setting, as it asks them to use language creatively. Students are asked to sell a broken down car in a way that doesn't lie but encourages someone to buy it anyway. The lesson plan encourages differentiation and shows how this 30-minute lesson could be turned into a 60-minute lesson.
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INTERVIEW LESSON PPT: Writing 1 Effective Vocabulary

INTERVIEW LESSON PPT: Writing 1 Effective Vocabulary

This lesson PowerPoint supports the interview lesson plan. It is a 30-minute lesson focused on making vocabulary choices with the reader in mind. This ppt includes an image and examples to guide students through the tasks. It also provides clear task insructions.
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INTERVIEW LESSON with resources: Writing 1 Effective Vocabulary

INTERVIEW LESSON with resources: Writing 1 Effective Vocabulary

This bundle provides a lesson plan, PowerPoint and worksheet for a thirty-minute lesson that would be effective at interview. There are suggestions for differentiation and for extension of the lesson to an hour. The focus is on making vocabulary choices to impact on the reader and introduces some basic grammar.
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INTERVIEW LESSON PLAN Writing 1 Effective Vocabulary

INTERVIEW LESSON PLAN Writing 1 Effective Vocabulary

This is a lesson plan for a thirty-minute lesson that would work in an interview lesson. The focus is on making effective vocabulary choices and encourages practical application of grammatical terms. Students are encouraged to make choices with impact on the reader in mind. The lesson plan includes suggested differentiation and possible extension to a one-hour lesson.
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AQA Eng Lit Anthology Poppies

AQA Eng Lit Anthology Poppies

This worksheet helps the student to understand the emotions in this poem. It takes them through some of the images in the poem and encourages them to come up with an interpretation.
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