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TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
personification, personal pronoun, feminism, rhetoric
CONTEXT TERMS: misogyny, homophobia, racial equality, gender equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
Working towards the exam
LQ: Can I apply our new exam strategies effectively?
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
Working towards the exam
LQ: Can I apply our new exam strategies effectively?
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There are LOADS of unseen texts on which to practise
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I understand how to structure my essay ensuring
all AOs are covered: a well-structured essay, closely detailed analysis of the
text, cogent and perceptive links made to wider reading quotations while
contextualising the piece within its social, historical and literary place.
EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I understand how to structure my essay ensuring all
AOs are covered: a well-structured essay, close analysis of the text, cogent
links made to wider reading quotations while attempting to contextualise the
piece within its social, historical and literary place.
GOOD PROGRESS: I understand how to structure my essay ensuring all AOs
are covered: a well-structured essay, some analysis of the text, some links
made to wider reading quotations while attempting to contextualise the
piece within its social, historical and literary place.
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
Recap:
How should our plan be structured to answer Section 1
successfully?
EXT: what ingredients did the examiner’s report call for?
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
In pairs, read the
extract.
STEP 1: IDENTIFY THE
STRUGGLE
What is the main
thematic focus of the
text: which struggle
does it address?
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
In fours…
STEP 2: ANNOTATE
Annotate and analyse
how language and
structure and FORM is
used to present the
struggle
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
In fours…
STEP 3: CONTEXTUALISE
Where and when was the
text written?
Which social issues,
events or other texts may
have an influence on the
writer or the
CONTEMPRORARY
reader?
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
In fours...
STEP 4: Prose LINK to
Wider Reading – ideally
THEMATICALLY NOT by
language techniques!
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
In fours...
STEP 5: Poetry LINK to
Wider Reading – ideally
THEMATICALLY NOT by
language techniques!
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
In fours...
STEP 6: Drama LINK to
Wider Reading – ideally
THEMATICALLY NOT by
language techniques!
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
In fours...
STEP 7: PLAN
Using the structure we
agreed last week
EXT: can you add
sophisticated language
to your plan?
OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I understand how to
structure my essay ensuring all AOs are covered: a
well-structured essay, closely detailed analysis of
the text, cogent and perceptive links made to
wider reading quotations while contextualising
the piece within its social, historical and literary
place.
EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I understand how to
structure my essay ensuring all AOs are covered: a
well-structured essay, close analysis of the text,
cogent links made to wider reading quotations
while attempting to contextualise the piece within
its social, historical and literary place.
GOOD PROGRESS: I understand how to structure
my essay ensuring all AOs are covered: a wellstructured essay, some analysis of the text, some
links made to wider reading quotations while
attempting to contextualise the piece within its
social, historical and literary place.
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
Now share plans as a
class…
As we listen, peer
assess, against criteria.
EXT: can you offer
improvements?
OUTSTANDING PROGRESS: I understand how to
structure my essay ensuring all AOs are covered: a
well-structured essay, closely detailed analysis of
the text, cogent and perceptive links made to
wider reading quotations while contextualising
the piece within its social, historical and literary
place.
EXCELLENT PROGRESS: I understand how to
structure my essay ensuring all AOs are covered: a
well-structured essay, close analysis of the text,
cogent links made to wider reading quotations
while attempting to contextualise the piece within
its social, historical and literary place.
GOOD PROGRESS: I understand how to structure
my essay ensuring all AOs are covered: a wellstructured essay, some analysis of the text, some
links made to wider reading quotations while
attempting to contextualise the piece within its
social, historical and literary place.
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
HOMEWORK:
Answer the question –
timed essay (55 mins of
writing and 5 mins to
check)
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
TO FINISH:
Can you make a
mnemonic for the
sequence to approach the
text?
TERMINOLOGY: onomatopoeia, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, simile, metaphor,
sophisticated language,
topic sentence,
analysis, analytical
personification,
personal developed
pronoun, feminism,
rhetoric terminology,
struggle
presented,
comparative
language
CONTEXT TERMS:context,
misogyny,
homophobia,
racial
equality, gender
equality, segregation,
marginalisation, discrimination, alienation, dislocation
Can you make a
mnemonic for the
sequence to approach the
text?
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