Lesson Title: Poetry/Music lyrics analysis Key Stage: 4 National Curriculum Key Stage and Targets: (2.2b) Understand how meaning is constructed within sentences and across texts as a whole. (2.2g) Relate texts to their social and historical contexts and to the literary traditions of which they are a part. Cross-Curricular Elements: History – timeline of events […]
Lesson Title: Persuasive/Argumentative devices Key Stage: 3 National Curriculum Key Stage and Targets: (2.2 j, l+m) How texts are crafted to shape meaning and produce particular effects. How writers’ uses of language and rhetorical, grammatical and literary features influence the reader. How writers present ideas and issues to have an impact […]
Lesson Title: CREATING EMPATHY THROUGH RHETORICAL QUESTIONS (by studying the poem ‘Quiet Kid’) National Curriculum Key Stage: KS4 National Curriculum Targets: 2.1 h. Listen with sensitivity, judging when intervention is appropriate. 2.1 j. Work purposefully in groups, negotiating and building on the contributions of others to complete tasks or reach consensus. 2.2 c. Recognise […]
Lesson Title: Biography Key Stage: 3 Barbara Burford 1944–2010 Barbara Burford was a lifelong champion of equality and diversity in the health service and has directly inspired hundreds of health professionals and managers through her work. Throughout her career, Barbara worked closely with the NHS, government departments, minority groups and public sector organisations […]
Lesson Title: Stereotypes and the Media Key Stage: 3/4 National Curriculum Key Stage and Targets: (2.2g) Understand how audiences and readers choose and respond to texts (2.2m) […]
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