Non-Fiction Writing to Explain - Feminism

Non-Fiction Writing to Explain - Feminism

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KS3 English non-fiction lesson for English Language Paper 2. Students focus on Feminism and use a model article to explore how a writer uses tone and language to explain their opinions, rather than argue or persuade. This helps the students to reflect on how they can write their own writing to explain pieces and how they can differentiate them from writing to argue pieces.

Includes modelled examples, differentiated activities, success criteria, 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 non-fiction lesson for English Language Paper 2. Students focus on Feminism and use a model article to explore how a writer uses tone and language to explain their opinions, rather than argue or persuade. This helps the students to reflect on how they can write their own writing to explain pieces and how they can differentiate them from writing to argue pieces.

Includes modelled examples, differentiated activities, success criteria, 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: