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Our trusty library editors and guest editors have been called upon in the past to rummage around their area of the site to unearth really useful and wonderful resources to share with you.We've kept these together as a collection so you can do your own spot of targeted digging and delving.Hopefully you'll find just what you're looking for – or at least some inspiration and advice! Mathew Lynch is Head of English and Whole School Literacy Co-ordinator at Oulder Hill Community School and Language College. This term he offers the following recommendations: ‘I’ll use the An investigation resource on Robert Browning’s ‘Porphyria’s Lover’ with a high ability year 7 group, to consolidate work on PEE paragraph structure.Students act as “text detectives” and the resource lends itself well to report writing.I recently used Chocolate: an advertising project with a bright year 9 class.Their enjoyment was obvious and the element of competition seemed to spur them on.This resource has always been a firm favourite of mine. This fun speaking and listening activity can incite some committed, impassioned persuasive language and gives you the opportunity to encourage the use and recognition of a variety of rhetorical devices.The Revising persuasive tactics resource would complement it well, even though it doesn't mention rhetorical questions.
I intend to adapt the editable Word document version of Character presentations from the Based on decades of experience in a range of schools, Mike Ellwood thinks that English teachers can best share their enthusiasms through activities which engage the imagination.
Here are his top three resources for this term: I probably became an English teacher because a long time ago, a brilliant teacher opened my eyes and ears to the joys of poetry.
Narrative poetry features strongly amongst the Key Stage 3 poetry resources and young imaginations can't but be excited and extended by this superb Bishop Hatto resource.
But is there a child in the country who doesn't know what a rhetorical question is?
I think it’s fair to say that English teachers are creative and resourceful.