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AF3 teaching ideas

Teaching ideas to help pupils infer from a text and work out unfamiliar words. This is part of the reading progression map for intervention in secondary English.

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Building pupils’ skills

Teachers of secondary English can use this practical advice to help pupils build their skills in analysing how writers’ use of linguistic and literary features shapes and influences meaning. This includes a range of teaching approaches and learning opportunities to help them build their skills as linguistic and literary critics. This is part of 'Teaching for progression: Reading' within secondary English.

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Teaching approaches and learning opportunities

Building

The following activities will support pupils’ analysis of grammatical features at sentence level.

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Topic 2: Embedding key quotations

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Plenary

Plenary to help encourage pupils to use Point, Evidence, Explanation (PEE) paragraphs when writing about Romeo and Juliet. Find the activity sequence to complete this activity. This is part of lesson 6, week 2 of 'Year 8 study: Romeo and Juliet' in [[[Editorial query: collection title TBC]]]Enjoying Shakespeare within secondary English.

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