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Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Year 10

Term 3 – English Language 3b Unit

Controlled Assessment #2

Lesson 16

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Check out the blog: http://www.justuslearning.com/?p=2167

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Homework:

Set: Respond to feedback and fully prepare for your controlled assessment week beginning 10th February 2014

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Check out the blog: http://www.justuslearning.com/?p=2167

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary Techniques: Dramatic irony, imagery, simile, metaphor, oxymoron, rule of 3

Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights

Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience

Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding Progress: I will write an engaging paragraph using language, structure and techniques that creates tension

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Excellent Progress: I will consider the structure and language used in my story to capture the tension built in the film

Good Progress: I will plan a story based on the images and film clip


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

The BIG Picture

This term you are completing two Controlled Assessments for the English Language 3b Unit:

Recreation

Moving Image

These are worth 10 marks each and your average accuracy mark out of 10 will make up your mark out of 30 for this section. This is 15% of your whole English Language Grade.

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Check out the blog: http://www.justuslearning.com/?p=2167

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Recreation CA Title

Use a character from a literary text you have read as the inspiration for a piece of your own writing.

Write a monologue as if you were Crooks from Of Mice and Men

Moving Image CA Title

Use a still image taken from a film as the basis of a piece of writing.

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Check out the blog: http://www.justuslearning.com/?p=2167

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Literary Technique Quiz...

Name a technique

Define

Provide an example

Explain the effect

State when it is appropriate to use

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Starter: Class Task

Watch the clip WITHOUT SOUND and look at tension is still raised without dialogue...

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Ext: How could you describe the scenes?

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Introduction: Paired Discussion Task

Look at the following images and use these as inspiration for your own story extract...

How can you use language and structure to effectively describe these images?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Ext: What techniques are effective to use for each?

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Main Task : Individual Task

In your books write down the numbers 1-8 and make notes on what you want to write in each paragraph to reflect the images

Remember:

Sentence structure

Language

Techniques

Punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Ext: How are you going to open and close?

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Modelled Example:

Consider this modelled example and discuss what makes it effective...

Sunset Boulevard. 10.35 am. Two men dressed in matching dark Italian suits cruised the streets drinking in the Los Angeles morning sunshine. As they looked out onto the streets filled with fast-food diners and car dealers, they considered the work ahead of them. The sunlight flooded through the windscreen drenching the two men in warm west-coast heat. The cadillac’s white leather seats creaked as one of the men shifted slightly to brush a bead of sweat from his brow.

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

Plenary: Peer Evaluation Task

Pick one of the images and write a paragraph of the story considering the modelled example

Outstanding: Impressive use of language, structure and techniques to create tension

Remember:

Sentence structure

Language

Techniques

Punctuation

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Excellent: Variety of sentence length, punctuation and well chosen language to create tension

Good: Exciting language and attempts at techniques and variation in structure

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

Miss L. Hamilton


Literary Techniques: Dramatic irony, imagery, simile, metaphor, oxymoron, rule of 3

Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights

Key Words: Shakespeare, tragedy, character, Verona, interpretation, Elizabethan audience

Literary terms: onomatopoeia, adverbs, metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, powerful adjectives, simile, monosyllabic phrase, pathetic fallacy, emotive language, short sentences, structure, sensuous description, rule of three, extended vocabulary, varied punctuation

LQ: Am I able to plan a story from a sequence of images?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding Progress: I will write an engaging paragraph using language, structure and techniques that creates tension

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Excellent Progress: I will consider the structure and language used in my story to capture the tension built in the film

Good Progress: I will plan a story based on the images and film clip


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