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A/A* English Language Paper 1: Writing to Persuade – Lesson 2. Have we moved on? Starter: Thinking back to the last session, what techniques can you use in your writing to be more persuasive?. William Hogarth. Who is this man?. What might his profession be?. When was he alive?.

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A a english language paper 1 writing to persuade lesson 2

A/A* English LanguagePaper 1: Writing to Persuade – Lesson 2

Have we moved on?

Starter:

Thinking back to the last session, what techniques can you use in your writing to be more persuasive?


William hogarth

William Hogarth

Who is this man?

What might his profession be?

When was he alive?


William hogarth1

William Hogarth

  • William Hogarth (10 November, 1697 – 26 October, 1764) was a major Englishpainter, printmaker, pictorial satirist, social critic and editorial cartoonist who has been credited with pioneering western sequential art. His work ranged from excellent realistic portraiture to comic strip-like series of pictures called "modern moral subjects". Much of his work, though at times vicious, poked fun at contemporary politics and customs. Illustrations in such style are often referred to as "Hogarthian".


A a english language paper 1 writing to persuade lesson 2

Gin Lane


Gin lane

Gin Lane

  • Looking at your copy of Gin Lane

  • Discuss these comments and questions:

  • What image of London is Hogarth trying to portray?

  • Why might he be doing this?

  • How does Hogarth persuade

  • you to a way of thinking?

  • Can you draw any comparisons

  • between this image and one

  • of modern day?


Bleak house

Bleak House

  • from George II – 1751 (Hogarth)

  • to Queen Victoria – 1852 (Dickens)


Charles dickens bleak house 1852 1853 chapter 46

Charles Dickens, Bleak House (1852-1853), chapter 46

  • In this extract from Bleak House, Allan Woodcourt, a doctor, comes across Jo, a homeless boy in Tom-all-Alone’s, a slum in central London. Although he had previously encountered Jo at a coroner’s inquest, Dr Woodcourt here struggles to recognise him. Eventually he is forced to acknowledge the child as the boy whom his friend, the ‘good young lady’, had taken into her home.

  • What are Woodcourt’s first impressions of Jo?

  • Pick out the words and phrases which best convey Woodcourt’s feelings.

  • When, and how, do those feelings change?

  • What words and phrases suggest the shift?


Plenary changing times

Plenary - Changing Times

  • Have we moved on since the Georgian and Victorian times?

  • Left side: Yes, we have Right side: No, we haven’t

  • 5 points each side with justification


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