Analysing Language KS3

Analysing Language KS3

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English KS3 non-fiction lesson for AQA English Language Paper 2. Students learn about language features common in nonfiction texts such as anecdotes, metaphors, similes, repetition and adjectives, as well as exploring an example letter written by Oscar Wilde. Students use their analyses to create Q3 style answers, with sentence scaffolds provided. Students explore non-fiction texts and use their new knowledge to analyse specfic examples. Useful preparation for both Section A and Question 5 of GCSE English Language exams, but designed for KS3 students. Includes teacher and student notes as well as differentiated activities throughout.

Also available as part of a KS3 Non-Fiction Complete Scheme of Work:
English KS3 non-fiction lesson for AQA English Language Paper 2. Students learn about language features common in nonfiction texts such as anecdotes, metaphors, similes, repetition and adjectives, as well as exploring an example letter written by Oscar Wilde. Students use their analyses to create Q3 style answers, with sentence scaffolds provided. Students explore non-fiction texts and use their new knowledge to analyse specfic examples. Useful preparation for both Section A and Question 5 of GCSE English Language exams, but designed for KS3 students. Includes teacher and student notes as well as differentiated activities throughout.

Also available as part of a KS3 Non-Fiction Complete Scheme of Work: