100 Ideas for Teaching English (Continuums One Hundreds) by Angella Cooze

By Angella Cooze

100 rules for educating English comprises a hundred artistic and cutting edge rules for buying scholars engaged in all features of the English curriculum. principles variety from knowing uncomplicated grammar and punctuation to learning performs, poetry and middle texts.>

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32 He appeared, an angry bull ready to knock down anything in his way. Pupils can underline any words that are used metaphorically and describe what effect the metaphor has. 33 IJH^il 27 34 One of the easiest ways to introduce the idea of informal and formal language is by way of the letter. Pupils should be aware of the layout of a formal letter. Prepare a model pair of letters that are based on the same basic subject, and distribute copies or present on IWB or OHP. Ask pupils to write down the audience and purpose of each letter.

Both help create a sense of panic and pace. It is this sort of understanding that you want your pupils to aim for. Pick out some common stylistic elements or devices, such as those above, and discuss with the class how this effect could be created in a book. To help ensure retention, this can be noted in table form: Film Book Fast chase upstairs with camera from one character's perspective. Writing in the first person with short sentences. Pupils can then transform their film scenes into text extracts.

Think about how you sometimes need to write a word to check its spelling - that is your motor memory at work. Teaching pupils 'joined up' writing can help with their spelling, as patterns are learned and remembered even if a child may not know a spelling when asked. 23 IDEA 20 24 Next, move them on to letters. Remember to focus not on notions of 'correctness5 as such, as handwriting is very individual, but rather on clarity. Many pupils do not form their letters completely. This needs to be emphasized, particularly as many pupils (often girls for some reason) write each letter the same height and width, resulting in a difficult-to-read 'fat bubble' effect.

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