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Head of Teaching and Learning at an Outstanding provider. First class Linguistics & Literature graduate. I do appreciate feedback, so please do leave a review if you get chance. Also, I am all about reducing stress, so very happy to advise trainees/NQT's on all areas pedagogic... get in touch at 70RosieHill@gmail.com

Head of Teaching and Learning at an Outstanding provider. First class Linguistics & Literature graduate. I do appreciate feedback, so please do leave a review if you get chance. Also, I am all about reducing stress, so very happy to advise trainees/NQT's on all areas pedagogic... get in touch at 70RosieHill@gmail.com
Lesson analysing rhetorical devices in Edward VIII's  abdication speech
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Lesson analysing rhetorical devices in Edward VIII's abdication speech

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Useful for any A Level Language/Language & Literature course on rhetoric, but particularly for OCR A Level Language & Literature anthology A lesson with objectives to demonstrate: how to apply relevant terminology and concepts to analyse the King’s abdication speech an ability to explain the significance and influence of the contexts in which the text is produced and received Homework activity to consolidate learning
PPoint explaining Left and Right Wing; Tabloid and Broadsheet (British print media)
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PPoint explaining Left and Right Wing; Tabloid and Broadsheet (British print media)

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Useful for most A Level students as an overview of the origins of implicit and explicit political and cultural bias in British print media. Particularly useful as a springboard for units such as Language and Power, Language and the Media, in A Level English Language. Print as a “3 slide-per-page” for note-taking as a lecture, or use as an introduction for setting individual research tasks. (Have students place each newspaper on a continuum from left to right afterwards!)
Complete A Level English Language Change coverage for OCR
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Complete A Level English Language Change coverage for OCR

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A 53-slide ppoint presentation with embedded Q&A, consolidation tasks and links to wider reading. Provides a solid foundation for the unit on language change. Explores the process and theories of standardisation and codification of English and the political and social attitudes towards these processes. Explains key morphological, semantic, and grammatical changes undergone by the language. Suggestspertinent theories that account for language change.
A Level English Language: Grammar -The Simple Tense
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A Level English Language: Grammar -The Simple Tense

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A lesson which allows A level Language students to: -Identify and explain the use of the simple tenses -Produce and apply examples of these in their own work -Evaluate the role these play in a range of texts Useful for teaching Language and Language& Literature students to recognise and explain the use of this tense when applying the grammar level in analysing written texts. Includes opportunity for pair work and open-ended evaluation.