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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 4

LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

What targets did you set yourself last lesson?

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

Homework:

Due – Monologues

Set – Write a short monologue based on a moment in your life where you have wanted to give your say about something important and you haven’t been listened to. Consider the impact you want to have and use language and structure to achieve that.

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

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 the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding Progress: I have insightful ideas about how Crooks is feeling in relation to Steinbeck’s intentions and can find quotes to support my ideas

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Excellent Progress: I understand how Crooks is feeling at the close of chapter 4

Good Progress: I know what happened in chapter 4


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: Class Recap Task

Skim chapter 4 and discuss what has just happened

Extension Task:

What themes have been explored in this chapter?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

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: Active Watching Task

Watch the 4 clips and consider the different interpretations of Crooks

Extension Task:

How does Steinbeck present Crooks? What message does he deliver to the reader?

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

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

On big paper brainstorm how Crooks might be feeling at the close of this chapter

Share your ideas with the class

Extension Task:

Add quotes to support your ideas

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

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

Resentful:

Bitter:

Crooks

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Scared:

Lonely:

LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

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

Extension Task:

What might Crooks want to say to the reader directly about how he feels?

Plenary: Individual Consolidation Task

Draw a picture of Crooks in your book

On the outside label what Crooks looks like

E.g. Wears glasses

On the inside label how Crooks feels

E.g. Lonely

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

LQ: Am I able to explore the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

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 the emotions of a character at a certain point in a text?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding Progress: I have insightful ideas about how Crooks is feeling in relation to Steinbeck’s intentions and can find quotes to support my ideas

Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014

Excellent Progress: I understand how Crooks is feeling at the close of chapter 4

Good Progress: I know what happened in chapter 4


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