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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

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Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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

Lesson 5

LQ: Am I able to explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

What are your targets for this CA?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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 explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding Progress: I have explored Crooks’ emotions and have insightful ideas and points for my monologue

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Excellent Progress: I know the points I want to cover within the monologue

Good Progress: I know Crooks’ emotions and feelings


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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: Individual Recap Task

Write down 4 Facebook status updates for Crooks throughout chapter 4

Extension Task:

Can you write them using language used by him in the novella?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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: Group Active Task

In groups of 4 pick one person to be Crooks and hot seat him asking him open questions about his feelings and emotions at different points within the novella

After 5 minutes switch people so everyone has a turn to be Crooks

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Extension Task:

Can you extend your thinking and ask insightful questions and give interesting and detail responses?

LQ: Am I able to explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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: Group Task

Pick one person from your group that gave the most believable and insightful performance as Crooks and nominate them to be questioned by the class...

Extension Task:

How can you use this to extend your understanding?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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: Individual Consolidation

On 8 post it notes or in 8 bullet points write down the 8 different emotions/points you want to explore within the monologue

Extension Task:

What order should these go in to create the desired effect?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking bishop justus 2013 2014

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 explore Crook’s emotions in further detail?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding Progress: I have explored Crooks’ emotions and have insightful ideas and points for my monologue

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Excellent Progress: I know the points I want to cover within the monologue

Good Progress: I know Crooks’ emotions and feelings


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