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Learning at home resources

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This suite of lessons support short-term learning at home when face-to-face learning is interrupted due to COVID.

Students can start at lesson 1 and work their way through in order. Each lesson is either a video or a PowerPoint presentation.

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Finding our voice

English lesson 1 (Series 1)

Learn what is meant by a ‘voice’ and some barriers preventing voices from being heard.​

You'll need a pen and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Language choices

English lesson 2 (Series 1)

Learn about and analyse some of the language choices that creators make.

You'll need a pen and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Slam poetry

English lesson 3 (Series 1)

Discover more about making your voice heard.

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

May your pen grace the page​

English lesson 4 (Series 1)

Discover more about the craft of the poet.

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Exploring an issue of personal importance

English lesson 5 (Series 1)

Begin planning a podcast episode about an issue of personal importance.

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Literature and narrative

English lesson 6 (Series 1)

Learn about the distinguishing features of literature and narrative structure.

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Symbolism and setting

English lesson 7 (Series 1)

Learn about symbolism and setting in story telling.

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Characterisation and slow motion

English lesson 8 (Series 1)

Learn about vivid characters and slow motion in visual storytelling.

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Storytelling in a visual text

English lesson 9 (Series 1)

Learn about applying narrative skills and narrative sequencing to create a visual story.  

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

Visual storytelling – film

English lesson 10 (Series 1)

Learn about visual composition and shot types used in visual storytelling.

You'll need a pen or pencil and paper, or a device to record your written answers.

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