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.
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?
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
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
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.
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.
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
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