Formal and Informal letters with worksheets and power point to support

Formal and Informal letters with worksheets and power point to support

Three lessons looking at informal and formal letters. Resources and worksheets are incorporated into the power point ready to be printed out. Lesson one - The difference between informal and formal letters, why do we write formal letters and an example resource looking at layout. Lesson two - Pupils to select an issue from the screen and to begin planning their letter to the local council. Lesson three - Writing the letter using a checklist worksheet to ensure that all literacy targets and key elements of a formal letter are met.
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GCSE Edexcel: Jane Eyre Extract Questions 1-4

GCSE Edexcel: Jane Eyre Extract Questions 1-4

Two whole lessons on an extract from Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Eyre'. First Lesson: A3 sheet with extract and questions. A fun settling task and timed slides for questions 1 and 2. Second Lesson: Using the A3 sheet again to unpick answers and prep for answering question 3 with a timed slide; peer assessment (Which Bronte sister are you? Using language from the mark scheme); Slides that support pupils how to respond to question 4. Differentiated worksheets incorporated into the slide show with extension/challenge/support.
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Edexcel English Paper 1 Section A: Treasure Island

Edexcel English Paper 1 Section A: Treasure Island

Two lessons of a Treasure Island extract from the anthology. Each lesson comes with differentiated resources and tasks (embedded into the Power Point) A Power Point with AIMS and Outcomes. Two engaging lessons exploring language and structure in a 19th century fiction text.
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The Globe Theatre and Actors

The Globe Theatre and Actors

A lesson looking at the Globe theatre, how the actors were used and fun facts. Worksheets incorporated into the power point address the following: - What do you know? - Globe theatre fact file to fill in (video to accompany) - Fun at the theatre Support station added on at the end for differentiation.
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Fiction and Non-Fiction: Travel Themed lessons

Fiction and Non-Fiction: Travel Themed lessons

Three lessons looking at fiction and non-fiction extracts on the theme of travel. An amazing variety of activities, incorporated worksheets and challenging texts aimed at KS3 pupils. Pupils are asked to: - Identify implicit and explicit information in a text - Answer exam style questions on a piece of fiction text - Explore literary techniques - Annotate a piece of text looking for examples of figurative language - Write a travel piece using a check list as a guide - Rank Trip Advisor reviews - Diamond 9 exercise on travel leaflets
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Fiction and Non-Fiction: Travel Theme Part 3

Fiction and Non-Fiction: Travel Theme Part 3

Three lessons looking at a variety of non-fiction and fiction extracts on the theme of travel. Pupils are asked to: - Plan and write a comparative response to a fiction and non-fiction text - All worksheets are differentiated/can be differentiated to suit your pupil(s) - Using VENN diagrams - Evaluate the effect of language and structure on the reader - Chronologically order a text - Identify different text structures - Exam style question
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Fiction and Non-Fiction: Travel Theme Part 2

Fiction and Non-Fiction: Travel Theme Part 2

One lesson looking at the 5 W's of writing a newspaper report. Pupils are asked to: - Identify what the 5 W's of writing are - To spot the 5 W's in a piece of non-fiction about the Titanic - Read an extract from 'Down the Rabbit Hole' and write a news report on Alice's journey down the hole - A differentiation of key word boxes are included to support pupils use of language when writing their news report.
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Formal and Informal letters with worksheets and power point to support

Formal and Informal letters with worksheets and power point to support

Three lessons looking at informal and formal letters. Resources and worksheets are incorporated into the power point ready to be printed out. Lesson one - The difference between informal and formal letters, why do we write formal letters and an example resource looking at layout. Lesson two - Pupils to select an issue from the screen and to begin planning their letter to the local council. Lesson three - Writing the letter using a checklist worksheet to ensure that all literacy targets and key elements of a formal letter are met.
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Old Joe's Shop

Old Joe's Shop

A lesson looking at extracts from Old Joe's Shop (Stave 4). Extracts annotated with questions to encourage student participation and to promote a conversation about content. Exam style question at the end with progress stops and purple pen reflection.
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