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Model Example KS3/4 - Write an article for school magazine arguing that teens should put down phones
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Model Example KS3/4 - Write an article for school magazine arguing that teens should put down phones

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KS3 KS4 Full model example. Write an article for your school magazine, arguing that young people should put down their phones. Plan included. PLAN: Heading, sub-headings, paragraphs, range of sentence types, ambitious vocabulary, ambitious punctuation, range of persuasive language devices including anticipating the counter argument, commands, direct address, anecdotes, facts, flattery, opinion, rhetorical questions, repetition, statistics and three in a row. Clear introduction and conclusion.
Model Example for KS3/4 Write an article persuading peers to combat climate change
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Model Example for KS3/4 Write an article persuading peers to combat climate change

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FULL MODEL EXAMPLE for KS3 and KS4. Write an ARTICLE for a school newspaper, persuading your peers to join the fight against climate change. Plan included. The model example includes - heading, sub-headings, paragraphs, range of sentence types, ambitious vocabulary, ambitious punctuation, range of persuasive language devices including commands, direct address, anecdotes, facts, flattery, opinion, rhetorical questions, repetition, statistics and three in a row. Clear introduction and conclusion.
Model example for write to describe - KS3 KS4 - Amazon Rainforest
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Model example for write to describe - KS3 KS4 - Amazon Rainforest

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A model example for writing to describe - The Amazon Rainforest. Uses a wide range of language devices, specifically PEARMS (personification, emotive language, alliteration, rhetorical question/repetition, metaphor and simile). A wide range of ambitious punctuation and vocabulary and clear paragraphing. A ‘shift’ element is included, comparing the image to a flashback setting. Suitable for KS3 and 4.
model for write to narrate - KS3 KS4 - young boy in an urban setting plagued by a virus
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model for write to narrate - KS3 KS4 - young boy in an urban setting plagued by a virus

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A model piece for writing to narrate (tell a story) based upon a given image of a young boy in an urban setting, suitable for KS3 and KS4. It tells the story of a young boy living in a virus-infected country. The model uses the SIPCAR structure for writing to narrate (setting, introduce characters, problem, crisis, adjustment and resolution) and PEARMS (personification, emotive language, alliteration, rhetorical question/repetition, metaphor and simile). A wide range of ambitious vocabulary and punctuation run throughout. A cyclical structure is also used. A short plan is included.
Model example for write to describe - KS3 and KS4 - shipwrecked on an island
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Model example for write to describe - KS3 and KS4 - shipwrecked on an island

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A model example for writing to describe - KS3 and KS4 - shipwrecked on a desert island. Uses a wide range of language devices, specifically PEARMS (personification, emotive language, alliteration, rhetorical question/repetition, metaphor and simile). Incorporates a wide variety of ambitious punctuation and vocabulary. Clear paragraphing. Uses a ‘shift’ element, comparing the setting to another.
Poem - The Future I Want  - KS2, KS3, KS4
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Poem - The Future I Want - KS2, KS3, KS4

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A poem for all ages that illustrates the importance of going after your own dreams and not being afraid to be bold. The poem is rich in language devices - simile, metaphor, personification and emotive language etc. It also uses a wide variety of poetic techniques including enjambment, caesura, anaphora, stanza lengths and repetition.
Poem - Just a Little Cleaning Job - KS3, KS4
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Poem - Just a Little Cleaning Job - KS3, KS4

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Inspired by the cleaners who worked through the Covid 19 pandemic, this poem illustrates the value of their work. The poem has a wide range of language devices - metaphor, simile, alliteration, personification. It also uses a variety of poetic devices to analyse - enjambment, caesura, anaphora, repetition.