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Published: 18/09/2009
KS4 | Reading
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Analyse that! Language and structural devices

A good exemplar piece of original writing, this worksheet integrates some analytical tasks and extension tasks helpful to many areas of the English course (in particular, GCSE original writing).      

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Karen Pilling
Karen Pilling
It would also be useful if you could provide 'suggested' PEE paragraphs to show completion of the boxes but thank you for a really good resource to use with learners who are struggling to identify writers' techniques. What they find even harder is though to develop their points.

Posted on 26th January 2020
Karen Pilling
Karen Pilling
Is there an answer sheet for use
Posted on 26th January 2020
Dalia  Azzam
Dalia Azzam
Really unique
Posted on 11th July 2019
Mustafa
Mustafa
This looks really useful for GCSE English. A whole lesson could be created around it. Thanks for sharing.
Posted on 12th June 2019
Dave Beech
Dave Beech
I'm helping Chinese students preparing for the ISEB Common Entrance Exam or 11+ exams to independent schools. This resource will give them an idea of the kind of standards they can expect to meet. Very good indeed!
Posted on 21st February 2019
dee brown
dee brown
This is a really good resource, students can relate to and remember the colour system. Thank you.
Posted on 22nd January 2018
Sue Nick
Sue Nick
this is a fantastic resource I am going to try and use this template for future pieces
Posted on 8th January 2018
Jalene Morris
Jalene Morris
Brilliant, thank you
Posted on 20th November 2017
Seyi
Seyi
Really helpful, I have used this a few times
Posted on 16th November 2017
Agatha  Oputu
Agatha Oputu
Helpful resource
Posted on 24th October 2017
PINAR KILINC
PINAR KILINC
Very useful resource. Thank you!
Posted on 10th December 2016

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