Teaches a variety of creative writing skills (i.e. varying your vocabulary, creating a "twist in the tale", adding descriptive detail) with plenty of practice tasks built in to help students release their potential.
Guidance on how to read over and enhance what you have written. Includes examples where students are challenged to improve extracts and then shown where these could have been edited. Key performance criteria also incorporated to show what
Complements teaching of creative writing. Aim is to encourage students to maturely reflect on their experiences and share their personal stories with sympathetic readers. Various skills covered, including identifying exactly what reflection is and
Pupils challenged to create their own superhero and introduced to language techniques including alliteration and onomatopoeia. They are then encouraged and helped to write stories, diamond poems and other creative responses. This unit works best
Match the words with the definitions. All the words chosen are more obscure but being exposed to them will help students, 16 years or older, to expand their vocabulary, so they can write with greater sophistication and clarity. There are also a
This resource is designed to work with the PowerPoint and helps provide pupils with more scaffolding to work through the learning task. They are very carefully designed to maximise interest and be a high quality resource for learners.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Vocabulary