Creating an effective opening for a narrative

Creating an effective opening for a narrative

A teaching resource provided by Sabrina Pandoo.

Resource Description

Creative writing lesson based around pathetic fallacy to create an effective and engaging opening to a piece of writing. Strong focus on using wide vocabulary. Brilliant for lower ability and can be used for KS3 and KS4, particularly for the imaginative writing pieces for OCR or AQA. Includes a Notebook version and PPT version of the lesson and handout words plate for students to access new vocabulary.

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Sabrina Pandoo
Sabrina Pandoo
Teacher of English
I've been teaching for 6 years and I've been making my own resources ever since. My passion is teaching and learning and I believe it starts with the materials you use in the classroom. I pride myself on making lessons interesting and engaging.

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