This lesson examines three responses to a question 2: one gaining 3/8, one gaining 6/8 and one gaining 8/8. Pupils will work together to unpick what makes a top band answer, fully expanded on by my powerpoint. Pupils will then write their own model answer based on this 8/8 mark response.
I look at: comparative phrases, identifying explicit differences, identifying implicit differences and embedding quotations.
I did this lesson myself with my year 10 top set, who initially struggled with summaries, simply because it was a new concept to them and they didn't know what was required, falling into the trap of analysing language rather than summarising. By the end of this lesson, all pupils achieved a top band answer.
This comes with one powerpoint, packed full of information, and a mark scheme, translated into accessible language for pupils.
BONUS: this pack comes with my full booklet of sources, additional to the texts used in this lesson - a total of 40+ pages of Source A and Source Bs for you to use in your lessons.
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