CA Prep LQ: Am I able to plan for a Band 5 Controlled Assessment?

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Of Mice and Men: CA Prep
LQ: Am I able to plan for a
Band 5 Controlled
Assessment?
Miss L. Hamilton
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Lesson 7
LQ: Am I able to plan for a Band 5 Controlled Assessment? LQ: Am I able to plan for a Band
How much progress will you make today?
Outstanding progress: I am able to plan using effective
techniques
Excellent progress: I understand what to include within my
planning
Good Progress: I know how to plan to get a Band 5
LQ: Am I able to plan for a Band 5 Controlled Assessment? LQ: Am I able to plan for a Band
Starter:
Complete the story board summarising the 6
chapters of the novella
Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery,
abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, metaphor, simile,
extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, personification
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals
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CA Title Options:
1. How does Steinbeck present the relationship between
George and Lennie in the novel Of Mice and Men?
2. How does Steinbeck present the theme of isolation
within the George and Lennie’s relationship?
3. How does Steinbeck present the theme of violence
within the George and Lennie’s relationship?
4. How does George and Lennie’s relationship develop
from chapter 1 to chapter 6?
Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery,
abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, metaphor, simile,
extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, personification
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals
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Introduction:
How can we write a concise and impressive
introduction and conclusion which impresses the
examiner and answers the question?
Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery,
abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, metaphor, simile,
extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, personification
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals
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Introduction:
How does Steinbeck present the relationship between
George and Lennie in the novel Of Mice and Men?
Steinbeck explores the themes of friendship, isolation and
violence within George and Lennie’s relationship. The depth and
compassion shown throughout the novella, provides the reader
with empathy and understanding of the importance of
companionship during a challenging time in America.
George and Lennie’s relationship is pivotal in the novella in
challenging stereotypical fraternal relationships in the midst of
the Great Depression. The insight into this relationship creates
empathy within the reader for these protagonists.
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Main Task:
Let’s continue to think about the controlled
assessment...
How does Steinbeck present the relationship between
George and Lennie in the novel Of Mice and Men?
What are your 8 paragraphs going to be?
Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery,
abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, metaphor, simile,
extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, personification
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals
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Assessment for Learning:
AQA say ‘sophisticated’ means
finding layers of meaning.
Band 5
•sophisticated interpretation of texts
•sophisticated engagement with writers’ ideas and
Short embedded quotes
attitudes;
•sophisticated interpretations using imaginatively
selected supporting textual detail
•sophisticated analysis of aspects of language and
structure.
What point is Steinbeck making? What
themes does he use?
Pick out details of language and
use technical terms
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Plenary:
Share notes with your partner
How are you going to get Band 5s?
Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery,
abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, metaphor, simile,
extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, personification
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals
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LQ: Am I able to plan for a Band 5 Controlled Assessment? LQ: Am I able to plan for a Band
How much progress did you make today?
Outstanding progress: I am able to plan using effective
techniques
Excellent progress: I understand what to include within my
planning
Good Progress: I know how to plan to get a Band 5
Homework extends learning... Homework extends learning... Homework extends learning.
Planning Lesson – Thursday 12th
Study Guides – Thursday 12th
CA Writing – Tuesday 17th
CA Writing – Wednesday 18th
Miss L. Hamilton
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