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  1. 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 1 LQ: Am I able to explore the concept and effect of a monologue? Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 Miss L. Hamilton

  2. 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: Find a monologue from the internet, print it and annotate it identifying the literary techniques and effective use of language and punctuation. Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 Miss L. Hamilton

  3. 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 concept and effect of a monologue? How much progress will you make today? Outstanding Progress: I can explain in writing the concept and effect of a monologue and consider how one can be used in a text to make it more effective Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 Excellent Progress: I understand the effect of a monologue Good Progress: I know what a monologue is

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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 What is a monologue? Write your ideas down on a post it note or in your books Extension Task: What is a soliloquy and an aside? Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 LQ: Am I able to explore the concept and effect of a monologue? Miss L. Hamilton

  9. 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 Definition of a Monologue: 1. a form of dramatic entertainment, comedic solo, or the like by a single speaker: a comedian's monologue. 2. a prolonged talk or discourse by a single speaker, especially one dominating or monopolizing a conversation. 3. any composition, as a poem, in which a single person speaks alone. 4. a part of a drama in which a single actor speaks alone; soliloquy. Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 LQ: Am I able to explore the concept and effect of a monologue? Miss L. Hamilton

  10. 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 What is the effect of a monologue on the audience and other characters when they are present? Watch the clips and further discuss the effects on both other characters and the audience Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 Extension Task: What types of monologue are the examples? LQ: Am I able to explore the concept and effect of a monologue? Miss L. Hamilton

  11. 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 Writing Task Pick one of the clips you have watched and write in your books why the monologue is effective as a dramatic device Extension Task: Can you make reference to the type of monologue it is? Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 LQ: Am I able to explore the concept and effect of a monologue? Miss L. Hamilton

  12. 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: Paired Reflection Task When does Steinbeck use monologues in Of Mice and Men or when could he to make a situation more effective? Extension Task: What would be the effect on the reader and the other characters if they are present? Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 LQ: Am I able to explore the concept and effect of a monologue? Miss L. Hamilton

  13. 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 concept and effect of a monologue? How much progress will you make today? Outstanding Progress: I can explain in writing the concept and effect of a monologue and consider how one can be used in a text to make it more effective Extend your thinking@ Bishop Justus 2013/2014 Excellent Progress: I understand the effect of a monologue Good Progress: I know what a monologue is