Non-Fiction Writing to Argue

Non-Fiction Writing to Argue

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KS3 English writing to argue non-fiction lesson for English Language Paper 2. Students focus on the topic of plastic surgery, explaining their own views and learning about the views of others. This provides a stimulus for revisiting writing to argue articles and thinking about the different perspectives around cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery. A relevant and engaging lesson for both KS3 and KS4 students.

Includes examples, scaffolds and more.

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 Year 9 Non-Fiction Writing scheme of work:
KS3 English writing to argue non-fiction lesson for English Language Paper 2. Students focus on the topic of plastic surgery, explaining their own views and learning about the views of others. This provides a stimulus for revisiting writing to argue articles and thinking about the different perspectives around cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery. A relevant and engaging lesson for both KS3 and KS4 students.

Includes examples, scaffolds and more.

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 Year 9 Non-Fiction Writing scheme of work: