Collect everything you have gathered and put it in a folder, an electronic document, a notebook or whatever you like. You may want to sift through your research at a separate sitting from gathering it. Or just go ahead and sprinkle your research in right when you find it.
Quiz Objectives All students will be guided in structuring their ideas and have practise of prioritising them. Most will be able to use this as a model for structuring future articles. Some will be able to evaluate why certain openings and closings are more successful than others.
Show them some examples of sentences on an OHP which they either have to change into passive, or to the active voice. Ask students in which contexts they are most likely to use the passive.
Activity Brainstorm on the board reasons why healthy eating is important. Ask students to choose the three most compelling reasons on the board and write them down.
Ask students in pairs or individually to think of five ways in which the school could encourage students to eat more healthily. Ask students to prioritise their points in order of importance.
Ask students to think of a counter-argument to one of their points, and then in turn, an argument against the counter-argument.
Ask students what the benefits to the school as a whole would be if they were to encourage healthy eating. Tell students that they have now planned their article.
The compelling reasons will form their opening, the ways to encourage students the main body of the article, and the benefits to the school the end. Ask students to compose an eye-catching title and an appealing first sentence which might involve the reader of the school magazine.
Summary Hear suggestions and evaluate which ones are the most successful. Homework Students write an article for the school magazine arguing that the school should do more to encourage healthy eating, using the passive voice at least three times.Over pages of KS3, KS4 and KS5 English, Media and Drama teaching resources, with free PDFs.
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