GCSE English A Teaching Resources, Notebook

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Effective vocabulary in descriptive / narrative writing: Animal attacks
£2.00
Engaging resource which has worked well with disengaged boys which encourages students to admire and describe the power of nature's most fearsome predators through encouraging them to come up withpowerful adjectives, verbs and adverbs to describe a great white shark. This leads on to them developing a description of an animal attack which utilises effective vocabulary choice.
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GCSE English A EDEXCEL
GCSE English A
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Narrative / descriptive writing...3 flats up
£2.00
Resource which encourages students to think closely about setting, atmosphere and character in order to describe the lives and surroundings of the different residents of a block of flats.
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GCSE English A EDEXCEL
GCSE English A
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Persuasive writing...Should Orcas be in Seaworld?
£3.00
Engaging resource which uses images and interesting facts and videos to explore the difference between the lives of orcas in the wild and in captivity, before leading to a persuasive letter writing task.
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GCSE English A EDEXCEL
GCSE English A
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Apocalypse - descriptive / narrative writing.
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Engaging resource which explores 'The end of the world' and apocalyptic events and scenes of post-apocalyptic devastation as lead into descriptive writing...
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