Creativity. Embedding numeracy and creativity in English. English lit remote education lesson plan. Stretch and Challenge. Poetry In Autumn.
Inclusion in English. Assessment Techniques. Great resources. Effective Pedagogies. Fleming, M. (1998).
English Teaching in Secondary School, London: David Fulton Goodwin, A. (2005). Teaching English. London: Routledge Capel, S. Cowley, S. (2004). Davison, J. (2011). DfES (2004). Evans, C et al (2009). An Inspector Calls. Classroom Management. Rituals: Task: Use Blake's The Tyger to explore metreTyger!
Tyger! Burning brightIn the forests of the night, What immortal hand or eyeCould frame thy fearful symmetry? In what distant deeps or skiesBurnt the fire of thine eyes? On what wings dare he aspire? What the hand, dare sieze the fire? And what shoulder, & what art, Could twist the sinews of thy heart? What the hammer? When the stars threw down their spears, And water'd heaven with their tears, Did he smile his work to see? Tyger! Written in trochaic tetrameter catalectic. Explaining, Modelling and Questioning. Task: Act out the extract from An Inspector Calls.
In pairs ask one 3 questions to the class. Then, 3 trainees come to the front of the class and practise this Pose, Pause, Pounce, Bounce. Use either Socratic questioning or Bloom's. The class will then evaluate the effectiveness of the questions and look for ways to improve. Plenaries and group work. Links to the Teachers’ Standards S1: Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils Because Pinterest is such an efficient way of discovering and saving information, you may want to think carefully about what they will do with this information.
S2 Promote good progress and outcomes by pupils Leading on from the point above, will learners be able to communicate the mastery goals to each other (Hattie, 2008)? S3 Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge You can use Pinterest to share impressive new resources. S4 Plan and teach well structured lessons Pinterest helps you set varied, fresh and stimulating activities. S5: Adapt to the strengths and needs of all pupils. English Subject Knowledge Development (SKD) SKD English. Edpuzzle.
All 11997945. Differentiation. Inclusion, Technology Enhanced Learning, and English. Books Atherton, P. 2018. '50 Ways to Use Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom.' London: Sage Publications.
Bergmann, J., 2012. Flip Your Classroom - Reach Every Student in Every Class . 1st ed. Savannah, G.A: International Society for Technology in Education. Carr, N, 2011. Encyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education. The Romantics. Ode to a Nightingale (Keats) Group 1 Stanza 1 1) Debate how the following ideas are explored: Immortality and mortalityThe human condition 2) Keats' brothers died when they were 1 and 21, his father died when Keats was 9, his mother when he was 15.
Assess the following references: Hemlock – a drug that induces paralysis Greek mythology: Lethe – the spirits of the dead drank here to forget their pain. Greek mythology: Dryad – a tree nymph Group 2 Stanza 2 Synaesthesia - sunburnt mirth? Flora – the Greek god of flowers. War Poetry. 1) OPTIONAL: Write a war poem as a pair.
Make it about as long as 'The Send Off'. Critique each other's parts. Redraft to make one super war poem. Read to the class. Get a round of applause and lots of praise! 2) Study Strange Meeting. 3) Identify and evaluate examples of irregularities in the poem. 4) What do you notice about the use of 'half rhyme' or 'para rhyme'?
5) Orwell 'Inside the Whale': 'The truth was that in 1917 there was not a single thing that a sensitive and thinking person could do, except to remain human, if possible.' Assessment Techniques. Grammar. Independent and Collaborative Learning. 'Learning takes place in the mind and the soul.' (Sir Ken Robinson) Don't let technology take your soul...
In 2007, UCLA conducted an experiment into the effect of web 'surfing' on the human brain. In the more active internet users there was considerably more activity in the, prefrontal cortex associated with problem-solving and decision-making (Carr 2010). Internet use, then, had effectively 'rewired the brain' and created fresh neural pathways.Furthermore, attitudes towards young people's prolific use of digital technology are persistently ambivalent. Subject Pedagogy. Emerging Issues 1. Using the extract as a starting point, write about how Shelley explores revenge in Frankenstein.
Frankenstein extract: Chapter 24 How I have lived I hardly know; many times have I stretched my failing limbs upon the sandy plain and prayed for death. But revenge kept me alive; I dared not die and leave my adversary in being. When I quitted Geneva my first labour was to gain some clue by which I might trace the steps of my fiendish enemy.
But my plan was unsettled; and I wandered many hours round the confines of the town, uncertain what path I should pursue. As night approached, I found myself at the entrance of the cemetery where William, Elizabeth, and my father reposed. The deep grief which this scene had at first excited quickly gave way to rage and despair.