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Language Techniques DISPLAY

Language Techniques DISPLAY

24 Colourful, bright language techniques posters ready to print and laminate for your classroom. Terms are colour coded: Green = literary technique, Orange = Persuasive technique, Blue = word class List of terminology here: LIT TECHNIQUES: Simile, metaphor, personification, sibilance, sensory language, onomatopoeia, symbolism, alliteration, pathetic fallacy, foreshadowing, juxtaposition, atmosphere PERSUASIVE TECHNIQUES: Exaggeration, repetition, facts and statistics, emotive language, power of 3, anecdote, direct address, rhetorical question WORD CLASSES: noun, adjective, verb, adverb
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Frankenstein SOW - Context, Walton's Letters, Ch1-10 (8 Lessons)

Frankenstein SOW - Context, Walton's Letters, Ch1-10 (8 Lessons)

First half of a SOW on Frankenstein! Two context lessons (historical and literary) and lessons on Walton’s letters, Chapters 1-10 including all resources Lessons focus on a combination of chapter summaries and extracts from the text 8 lessons in total!
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OLIVER  TWIST - Character of Fagin

OLIVER TWIST - Character of Fagin

Lesson in which students work in groups with 6 different extracts featuring Fagin to present back on Dickens’ presentation of him. Ideal for after students have studied whole novel.
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TELLING TALES - Invisible Mass of the Back Row 6 Lessons

TELLING TALES - Invisible Mass of the Back Row 6 Lessons

6 Lessons on Invisible Mass of the Back Row from the AQA GCSE Telling Tales anthology. Lesson 1 - Lines 1-20 - First impressions of Hortense Lesson 2 - Lines 21-56 - Further analysis, includes context on Christopher Columbus and Jamaica **Lesson 3 **- Lines 57-123 - Analysis of Hortense’s school and staff **Lesson 4 **- Lines 124-186 - Analysis of Hortense’s feelings about leaving Jamaica for England Lesson 5 - Lines 187-243 - Hortense’s move to England, including creative writing task and context on key figures in Black history Lesson 6 - Lines 244 to end - Reflection and Hortense’s development throughout the story Lessons also available individually.
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