By English & Media Centre, Kate Oliver
Competence *Activities on every one textual content, together with resourceful methods to studying, writing and talking and listening. Creativity *Comparative projects ranging throughout or extra texts to assist scholars make connections. *Challenging actions challenging inventive pondering talents and challenge fixing with possibilities for utilizing the mind's eye in writing and conversing and listening actions. Cultural realizing *Texts from and approximately diversified cultures with contextual historical past and actions to motivate students to discover the methods rules, reports and values are portrayed. severe knowing *Activities to have interaction scholars with the texts and thought-provoking principles. Contents contains texts...: ...from diversified genres to interact boys (and women) together with Josh reflecting on his lifestyles offerings in 'Just Like Your Father' through Jacqueline Wilson and Gary Rolfe telling his near-death event in 'I Fell via Arctic Ice'...to interact women (and boys) reminiscent of the narrator of 'Note to 6th Grade Self' fighting the college bullies for the affections of Eric Cassio or nationwide Curriculum suggested author Nadine Gordimer telling the tale of a refugee woman fleeing Mozambique in 'The final Safari'. ..to galvanize attention-grabbing discussions, for instance Xinran reflecting on inequalities in smooth China in 'One Woman's Cup of Tea' and a soldier in Iraq, writing a few poignant own adventure in 'I cannot omit the lady within the Orange Dress'...for the total skill variety from a Newsround tale to at least one from the day-by-day Telegraph at the student-friendly factor of 'Playing Out', for example...from diversified genres corresponding to a speech by way of Lord Coe, writer's suggestions for a way to put in writing a narrative, directions from The Worst Case situation Survival guide, or an extract from invoice Bryson's hilarious autobiography The existence and occasions of the Thunderbolt child.
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Extra resources for Best of Both: Fact and Fiction Texts (EMC KS3 English Series)
Each night, he returned later, with no one following. Each night, Martin sank deeper and deeper in his pillow. 'Well, people are busy,' said Mother. "Ihey haven't time to notice the tag Dog carries. ' But there was more to it than that. There was the fevered shining in Dog's eyes, and his whimpering tic late at night, in some private dream. His shivering in the dark, under the bed. The way he sometimes stood half the night, looking at Martin as if some great and impossible secret was his and he knew no way to tell it save by savagely thumping his tail, or turning in endless circles, never to lie down, spinning and spinning again.
Alice Thomson's memories of her childhood - Her mother's memories of her own childhood - Facts and statistics - Her own behaviour as a parent • What do you notice? • Why do you think she structures the article in this way? What effect might this have on the reader? For example, why do you think she doesn't give any facts and statistics until halfway through the article? 2. Yes, and... Yes, but... • Re-read the text as far as'.. 'comments as you can. ' comments show that there is part of the text that you agree with, or where you could take the ideas further.
You could then: - go into a class and interview the children to find out what animals they are interested in and what they like in a non-fiction book - use what you have found out to help you to produce a first draft of your book. • 62 Go back to the class to read them the first draft of the bookyou have produced and get some feed back to help you to re-draft your book. frt a Dogs life -Activities The Emissary — — — — — Before Reading — — — — — The word'emissary'comes from two linked Latin words:'emfttere' which means'to send out' and 'emlssarius' meaning 'spy'.
Best of Both: Fact and Fiction Texts (EMC KS3 English Series) by English & Media Centre, Kate Oliver