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This informative and engaging lesson enables students to understand the difference between the active voice and the passive voice. Students analyse how both voices can be utilised for clarity and effect, before imaginatively employing a combination of active and passive in their own creative writing attempts.
Students follow a clear and logical learning journey, in which they:
-Define and identify the meaning of the active voice and the passive voice;
-Understand how the voices can be used for clarity and effect;
-Identify each of the different types of voice in sentences;
-Read and analyse the use of the active and passive voices in a model example, before making their own edits to the text;
-Apply their understanding of active/passive voice to their own writing attempts;
-Peer/self-assess their learning attempts.
All resources are provided in both office (Word and PowerPoint) to allow for easy editing, and PDF, in case formatting differs on your computer. Resources are eye-catching and purposeful, including:
-Visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint;
-An interesting, imaginative, and well-presented worksheet (in Word and PDF) which requires the students to use progressively more difficult learning skills - identifying, understanding, analysing, synthesising, evaluating;
A useful helpsheet (also in Word and PDF);
-Step-by-step lesson plan.
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