This a unit of several lessons for GCSE English Language students learning what to analyse - writing techniques - and how to write effective analysis, including the structuring of an essay.
The booklet and the essay writing frame makes it a great help for especially middle and lower ability students to learn how to analyse, what to look at, and how to write about literary devices - the material closely helps them make notes with leading questions through the chapter looking at almost every paragraph. It leads the analysis of the text and it teaches them how to write their paragraphs (writing frame is optional - the thing is even better students appreciated it as it is a step by step guide if they need it).
The material is a great help for teachers as well, basically the analysis of the text is done by following the booklet and the PPT presentations.
Structure and Effect - though it was created for an AS/A2 lesson - I based it on how I taught the devices used in that famous paragraph describing the convict for the first time.
Additional materials are added that I used for the unit.
Planning and drafting - you may help them by showing them a student essay and make them see what is good about it, what could be improved - students said it was great to actually see an essay and based on the essay guide in the booklet and the essay writing frame - realise that the task is doable and they could do better.
Booklet should be printed as A3 booklet (total page number must be dividable by 4)
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