Find the Ace of Spades

Find the Ace of Spades

Recall Quiz Back of books! 1. Romeo and Juliet: complete You kiss by th____ 2. A Christmas Carol: Finish the quote - What ____ has replaced you? a ______ one 3. An Inspector Calls: Complete Was she ____? (Sheila about Eva Smith) 4. Poetry: What is the first line of London? 5. Language: How many marks is the evaluate question? S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Have you watched/read The Hunger Games? Why is it effective? S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and

accurate use of terminology Success Today S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology BEFORE YOU ANSWER ANYTHING!!!! Follow these simple steps BEFORE attempting the questions and you will be much more well equipped when you start: 1. READ through the entire text once. 2. READ through the text again, this time add WET annotations: W WHAT is happening? WHAT does it mean? Brief summary next to every paragraph! E What EMOTIONS are explored? How does a character feel? T What TECHNIQUES are being used, and what is the IMPACT of each of these?

10 minutes to read the source and annotate then well go S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- somewhat understanding, somecome examplesup and some through youve withterminology together! S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Paper 1 GCSE English Language Paper 1 will give you an extract from a fiction text to answer questions on. For all of the questions except Question 1 you should use SE-I: Statement: Answer the question (The writer.) Evidence: Impact: Explain what effect this would have (This shows

that This emphasises The word suggests) Q2 and Q3 = 2x SEI Q4 3-4 x SEI S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 1 Read again the first part of the source, up to thrashing desperately around. List four things about Katniss from this part of the source. (4 marks) Answer in full sentences Make sure you answer the question. Make sure you focus on the right part of the source. S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology

Question 2 How does the writer use language here to describe Katniss and Peetas experience? You could include the writers choice of: words and phrases language features and techniques sentence forms. (8 marks) 2x SEI Focus on language (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia etc). And IMPACT The marks are for your analysis so make sure you explain the effects of the writers language choices.

Suggests, emphasises, enhances, shows, forces the reader to S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 2 How does the writer use language here to describe Katniss and Peetas experience? You could include the writers choice of: words and phrases language features and techniques sentence forms. (8 marks) Have a go at writing an SEI paragraph to answer this

question. Then, swap with someone with a similar target and give them advice on how to improve. Remember multiple interpretations and thinking outside the box = top marks! S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Recall Quiz Back of books! 1. Romeo and Juliet: complete turn your households _____ to pure love 2. A Christmas Carol: Which ghost is a symbol of light? 3. An Inspector Calls: What other name does Eva Smith go by in the play? 4. Poetry: What are the first three words of Remains? 5. Language: How many marks is the structure

question? S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology An Inspector Calls Feedback Highlight anything relevant to you on the CRIB sheet please highlight EVERYTHING that is useful, if you do everything Ive asked you to, marks will soar! In green pen, fill in the box on the bottom right hand side reflecting on success and next steps. For your information, the grade boundaries for this paper were ( /30): 9 8

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 29 26 22 20 17 14 9 7 3 S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology

Knowledge organiser homework: Year This weeks focus: This weeks revision technique: 11texts Features of fiction Free choice Remember to put your homework into your knowledge organiser folder, ready for your teachers and your tutors to check! Success Today S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 3

You now need to think about the whole of the source. How has the writer structured the text to interest you as a reader? You could write about: what the writer focuses your attention on at the beginning of the source. how and why the writer changes this focus as the source develops. any other structural features that interest you. 3x SEI Focus on structure: beginning, changes of focus and ending. The marks are for your analysis so make sure you explain the effects of the writers structural choices. Structural features: time, repetition/parallel syntax, mood, shift of focus, inside or outside etc. WHY has the writer changed the

focus? How does this affect the text? (8 marks) S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 3: Class SEI You now need to think about the whole of the source. How has the writer structured the text to interest you as a reader? You could write about: what the writer focuses your attention on at the beginning of the source. how and why the writer changes this focus as the source develops. any other structural features that interest you. (8 marks)

S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 4 Focus this part of your answer on the second section of the source, from Trust me to the end. A student said, This part of the story shows how brave and clever Katniss and Peeta are. I think they deserved to win the Hunger Games. To what extent do you agree? In your response, you could: consider your own impressions of Katniss and Peeta. evaluate how the writer conveys Katniss and Peetas actions. support your response with references to the text. 3-4 x SEI 20 minutes Agree with the statement!

but be critical with justification for top marks if you can! E.g. Although this is effective Write about the effect the writer creates; the methods she uses to create those effects; and how the method creates those effects. Closely analyse the language Quick plan if you wish! (20 marks) S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 4: Class SEI Focus this part of your answer on the second section of the source, from Trust me to the end. A student said, This part of the story shows how

brave and clever Katniss and Peeta are. I think they deserved to win the Hunger Games. To what extent do you agree? In your response, you could: consider your own impressions of Katniss and Peeta. evaluate how the writer conveys Katniss and Peetas actions. support your response with references to the text. (20 marks) S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 4 Focus this part of your answer on the second section of the source, from Trust me to the end. A student said, This part of the story shows how brave and clever Katniss and Peeta are. I think they deserved to win the Hunger Games. To what extent

do you agree? In your response, you could: consider your own impressions of Katniss and Peeta. evaluate how the writer conveys Katniss and Peetas actions. support your response with references to the text. (20 marks) Have a go at writing an SEI paragraph to answer this question. Then, swap with someone with a similar target and give them advice on how to improve. Remember multiple interpretations and thinking outside the box = top marks! S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology

Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology Question 5 you can use this for practice at home! Either Describe a fight in the Hunger Games as suggested by this picture. Or Write a story set in the future. (24 marks for content and organisation 16 marks for technical accuracy)

PLAN ON THE PICTURE Linking opening and endings Include STRUCTURAL FEATURES Be clear about the difference between writing to describe and writing a story. Write 4-5 paragraphs. Use language techniques throughout Make sure you vary your sentence structures. Make sure you use a variety of punctuation. S1 - simple awareness, simple references S2- some understanding, some examples and some terminology S3 - clear understanding, relevant quotes accurate use of subject terminology Challenge - detailed and perceptive understanding, judicious range of quotes with sophisticated and accurate use of terminology

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