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Email Writing Formal Writing Worksheets Sample Emails Functional Skills
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Email Writing Formal Writing Worksheets Sample Emails Functional Skills

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1 x Sample email - great for getting students to proofread, evaluate and amend formal emails. 1 x Sheet with 2 versions of the same email - ideal for students to compare a well-written formal email and a poorly written email. 1 x Email writing task - students have information and are asked to write an email using that information. Great for preparing for exams.
Juxtaposition Oxymoron Info Worksheets Language Analysis Explain GCSE
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Juxtaposition Oxymoron Info Worksheets Language Analysis Explain GCSE

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1 x Oxymoron Introduction worksheet - students are encouraged to write the definition of oxymoron and identify examples. Includes answers. 1 x Oxymoron vs. juxtaposition information and worksheet - explaining the difference between the two and identifying both. 1 x Oxymoron and Juxtaposition information and worksheet - info in a table and a task to identify both. Great for GCSE / High school students.
Audience & Purpose Worksheets GCSE Language Analysis
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Audience & Purpose Worksheets GCSE Language Analysis

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1 x Guess Who Worksheet - students go into detail about who the audience is of five examples and consider what language was used for that audience. 1 x What’s The Point Worksheet - students say what the main purpose is of five examples and consider what language has been used by the writer for that purpose. Full instructions are given on the worksheet. Includes aims so that students understand why they are completing the activities. Ideal for GCSE / High School / Functional Skills students. The aim of the worksheet is to get students considering how language is used by writers for specific audiences and purposes. Great for developing skills in language analysis.
Imagery Worksheets and Info Sheet Language Analysis Explain GCSE Creative Writing
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Imagery Worksheets and Info Sheet Language Analysis Explain GCSE Creative Writing

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1 x Imagery basics information sheet. 1 x Imagery introduction worksheet - gives students a good understanding of how writers use imagery. 1 x Identify and Explain Imagery worksheet - students identify the type of imagery used and devices that are used to create iamgery. (With answer sheet). Great for helping students: identify and explain imagery use in texts. write detailed, engaging descriptions and imagery in their own writing. Created for GCSE / High school students.
2x Language Analysis Worksheet Tasks Word Association and Explanation
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2x Language Analysis Worksheet Tasks Word Association and Explanation

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2 x Circle, Square, Triangle worksheets. Students draw a circle. square or triangle around words to match them with given emotions. Then give their reasons for choosing certain words and why they believe it shows that emotion. Created to help students develop their skills in language analysis. Great for High School / GCSE students. Includes full instructions on the worksheet. Aims are included so that students understand why they are completing the task.
Persuasive Writing Extract and Activities Worksheet Purpose Language Analysis
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Persuasive Writing Extract and Activities Worksheet Purpose Language Analysis

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1 x Informative Extract with activities. 1 x Copy of the extract with no activities or questions, to use as you need or to set your own questions or tasks. Charity leaflet - fictional charity created. Full instructions are given on the worksheet. Includes aims so that students understand why they are completing the activities. Ideal for GCSE / High School / Functional Skills students. The aim of the worksheet is to get students considering the main purpose of a text and linking words and features to that purpose. Great for developing skills in language analysis.
Irony InfoSheet and 2 Irony Worksheets GCSE Language Literature
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Irony InfoSheet and 2 Irony Worksheets GCSE Language Literature

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1 x Information sheet that shows the difference between three types of irony: dramatic, verbal and situational. Easy to follow and includes examples. 1 x worksheet to encourage students to identify the type of irony being used in given sentences. It also includes an activity asking students to consider the reasons why writers might use irony. 1 x worksheet to encourage students to identify the type of irony used in given paragraphs and explain the use of irony. Ideal for GCSE / High School students.
Academic Writing Concise and Confident Writing Info Worksheets Tasks Improve Essays A Level GCSE
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Academic Writing Concise and Confident Writing Info Worksheets Tasks Improve Essays A Level GCSE

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1 x Information sheet explaining concise writing and containing practical tips. 1 x Concise writing worksheet - students are given sentences that they have to rewrite. Great to improve academic writing and practice proofreading. Includes answer sheet. 1 x Writing confidently info sheet / worksheet - gives brief info about writing confidently and includes a task where students evaluate examples of writing. Created for A-Level students but would also be suitable for GCSE students too.
Informative Writing Extract and Extract with Activities Worksheet Football Theme
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Informative Writing Extract and Extract with Activities Worksheet Football Theme

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1 x Informative Extract with activities. 1 x Copy of the extract with no activities or questions, to use as you need or to set your own questions or tasks. Football theme - about the fictional Manchester Rovers Museum and Tour. Full instructions are given on the worksheet. Includes aims so that students understand why they are completing the activities. Ideal for GCSE / High School / Functional Skills students. The aim of the worksheet is to get students considering the main purpose of a text and linking words and features to that purpose. Great for developing skills in language analysis.
Focus Worksheets Story Opening Extract Structure Analysis GCSE English
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Focus Worksheets Story Opening Extract Structure Analysis GCSE English

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1 x Identifying Focus worksheet - ideal for introducing and explaining focus to students. Includes answer sheet. 1 x Focus worksheet - includes the opening paragraphs of a story. Students are asked to identify focus and answer questions as a way to prompt analysis of focus. An answer sheet is included for this worksheet. 1 x Copy of the story extract with no questions or tasks so that you can add your own tasks or use for analysis. Created for GCSE / High School students - specifically students who struggle with answering questions on structure.
Wuthering Heights A-Level Quick Recap/Introduction to Theories & Context Structuralism Feminism Marx
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Wuthering Heights A-Level Quick Recap/Introduction to Theories & Context Structuralism Feminism Marx

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Quick Recap / Introduction sheets focusing on author context and 3 theories of Wuthering Heights. 1 x Author context info sheet - listing significant points for students to consider and understand why certain characters or events happen in the novel. 1 x Info Sheet focused on Feminism. 1 x Info Sheet focused on Marxism. 1 x info Sheet focused on Structuralism Each info sheet gives a concise overview of feminism and interesting points to consider in the novel. These sheets are designed for A-Level students - to get students thinking about the theory and how it relates to Wuthering Heights.