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Published: 21/11/2016
KS4 | Reading
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Language features in 'Young and Dyslexic? You've got it going on'

After reading 'Young and Dyslexic? You've got it going on' by Benjamin Zephaniah, students identify a number of language features from the extract (within the Edexcel IGCSE Anthology).

Students annotate language and structure features such as:

  • groups of three
  • metaphor
  • negative language
  • insults
  • anecdote
  • adjectives
  • phrases
  • the language of crime
  • contrasts
  • pronouns
  • repetition and rhythm
  • declarative sentences
  • colloquial expression
  • humour
  • parallel sentences.

There is also a writing task:

How does the writer use language and structure to convey his views about young dyslexics? 

Answers are included.

   

See other resources: Anthology for Edexcel IGCSE


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subash lokujunda
subash lokujunda
The writer athe gahanawa when he can't read
Posted on 13th October 2019
Sheela Antony
Sheela Antony
noice








Posted on 25th August 2019
Sepali Kalubowila
Sepali Kalubowila
It's a tremendous help to both teacgers and the students as these resources a very rare for free access
Posted on 23rd December 2017

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