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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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Language to persuade people

English lesson 1 (Series 1)

Learn about the language we use to persuade people.

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

Exploring and comparing persuasive language

English lesson 2 (Series 1)

Learn to notice and compare persuasive language.

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

Understanding verbs

English lesson 3 (Series 1)

Learn about 4 different kinds of verbs: action, saying, thinking and relating verbs.

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

Understanding verb groups and verb tense

English lesson 4 (Series 1)

Learn about verb groups and how to change tense.

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

Exploring modal verbs

English lesson 5 (Series 1)

Learn about modal verbs and how they can be more or less persuasive.

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

Contractions

English lesson 6 (Series 1)

Learn about contractions and how they're used.

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

Exploring evaluative words

English lesson 7 (Series 1)

Learn about evaluative language and how words can be used to persuade people.

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

Using word clines

English lesson 8 (Series 1)

Learn how evaluative words can show judgements or opinions about people, places or things.

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

Evaluative language in narratives

English lesson 9 (Series 1)

Learn how evaluative language can be used to persuade readers to make judgements in narratives.

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

Using evaluative language to persuade

English lesson 10 (Series 1)

Apply your knowledge of persuasive language to write a persuasive text.

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

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