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  1. Read through the Learning Intention. Underline anything that you can do and circle what you would like to achieve in today’s lesson. STARTER: WHAT LINKS THESE TWO PICTURES TOGETHER? Learning Intention: To be able to write a persuasive speechusing AFOREST to vary my writing to suit my audience and purpose.

  2. What links these images together?

  3. Task 1: • With the person sat next to you have 30 seconds each to tell them about when you were last persuaded to do something or buy something. ***HINT*** Think about any adverts that you have seen recently or think about what you last bought from the shops-why did you buy it?

  4. To be able to write a persuasive speechusing AFOREST to vary my writingto suit my audience and purpose. A F O R E S T Alliteration Alliteration- Using the same sound in more than one word Opinions Opinions: Your thoughts Emotive language Threes Emotive language: Words used to trigger your feelings. Threes: Using three words together Facts and Figures Facts and Figures: Using numbers to support your ideas Rhetorical Questions Rhetorical Questions: Ask a question that doesn’t require an answer Superlatives Superlatives: The best or worst quality of something

  5. On your copy of the paragraph below underline at least one AFOREST technique. What can you find? A:Alliteration: Repeating the same sound in more than one wordF:Facts and Figures: Using numbersO:Opinions: What do you think?R: Rhetorical Questions: A question that does not require an answerE: Emotive Language: Words used to trigger your feelingsS: Superlatives: The worst or best quality of somethingT: Threes: Using three words together In Room 101 I want to banish* wasps. Wicked wasps sting and are sharp and angry. Who wants to feel their pain? 87% of people agreed with me that Wasps are the worst insects ever. At least 3 in 5 people have had a painful experience which made them cry. Do you want to see someone cry? Banish them now, banish them here, banish them for good. * Banish means send away

  6. Your task • Your boat has just sunk. There is only one place left on the life raft and your task (in your pair) is to write a persuasive speech to fight for your place. To be successful: You must use AFOREST Change your words so that you are persuasive Write in paragraphs Remember who you are writing it for-YOUR CLASS.

  7. IN PAIRS, WRITE A PERSUASIVE SPEECH. The speech must include all the techniques and last for 1 minute. • The class will then vote whether you will be allowed on the life raft and be saved from the watery ocean. • You will work with your elbow partner and have 15 minutes to write the speech. • I will now bring the box of doom around for you to pick a card from. This is who you are trying to save.

  8. Before we finish the lesson • Think about our learning objective: To be able to write a persuasive speechusing AFOREST to vary my writing to suit my audience and purpose. WWW: What went well EBI: Even better if Give yourself a Smiley face if you felt you had a successful lesson

  9. Quick Quiz Which AFOREST technique am I? Cadbury’s creme egg...How do you eat yours? RHETORICAL QUESTION

  10. Quick Quiz Which AFOREST technique am I? Dettol kills 99.9% of bacteria FACTS AND FIGURES

  11. Quick Quiz Which AFOREST technique am I? Liverpool are the best football club ever! SUPERLATIVES

  12. Quick Quiz Which AFOREST technique am I? Peter Piper picked a pepper ALLITERATION

  13. Quick Quiz Which AFOREST technique am I? See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil THREES

  14. Quick Quiz Which AFOREST technique am I? Just 20p a day can give water to a starving baby EMOTIVE LANGUAGE