These two lessons explore the Windrush Scandal.
The video gives an opportunity to listen for gist and detail, and is followed by a focus on sentence stress and intonation.
The article gives an opportunity for learners to analyse the purpose of the text and look at persuasive techniques, and is accompanied by a vocabulary from context exercise.
A resource suitable for GCSE or Functional Skills English (L2) that uses an image of an old lady as the basis of a series of activities for students to learn/embed the following:
The power point presentation (18 screens) includes:
This is new from Sept 2015 for L2 reading.
It is a list of writing techniques – the name of the technique, a description and an example.
Editor’s note (updated 7/5/2017)
Also ideal for GCSE English revision.
Covers 14 techniques: similes, hyperbole, alliteration, rhetorical questions, superlatives, personification, analogy, colloquialisms, cliches, onomatopoeia, oxymorons, imperatives, metaphors and emotive language.