Our Day Out and Tension

Our Day Out and Tension

£3.00
Our Day Out by Willy Russell lesson. Explores tension in Scene 35 where Carol stands by the cliff edge and Briggs tries to bring her back. We explore how a writer can use language techniques to build tension and why the writer built to a climax and a twist at the very end of the scene. Includes differentiated activities and worksheets, sentence starters, engaging tasks and more.

Designed for KS3 English students, this lesson supports those working towards GCSE English Literature exams. Differentiated throughout and includes engaging worksheets and tasks, and extensive teacher and student notes.

Also available as part of a complete Our Day Out scheme of work pack:
Our Day Out by Willy Russell lesson. Explores tension in Scene 35 where Carol stands by the cliff edge and Briggs tries to bring her back. We explore how a writer can use language techniques to build tension and why the writer built to a climax and a twist at the very end of the scene. Includes differentiated activities and worksheets, sentence starters, engaging tasks and more.

Designed for KS3 English students, this lesson supports those working towards GCSE English Literature exams. Differentiated throughout and includes engaging worksheets and tasks, and extensive teacher and student notes.

Also available as part of a complete Our Day Out scheme of work pack: