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Summer 9+ creative writing 6 - John

Saturday. Phase 1. 1-to-3.

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  • 580 British pounds

Service Description

Phase 1: It is a 1-to-3 course. Phase 1. The main focus of the course is learning how to write fluently and effectively in English with varied sentence structure, ambitious vocabulary and a variety of figurative language. The course includes areas designed to build a student’s confidence, ways to improve their writing in terms of sentence structure, vocabulary and figurative language, and lots of hints and tips for how to boost their mark in an exam situation. We also factor in past papers from a variety of well-known independent schools to prepare the students for the range of exams that they may take. PHASE ONE – Description and Accuracy 1. Drawing with words (1) – descriptions and settings HOMEWORK: Please add to the powerful paragraph you have already written in the lesson by adding one more paragraph to complete your spooky setting. 2. Drawing with words (2) – mood and tone HOMEWORK: Pick three adjectives that you used today and look up five of your favourite synonyms for these words. 3. Enriching descriptions (1) – alliteration and onomatopoeia HOMEWORK: Writing a paragraph about a farmyard involving as much alliteration and onomatopoeia as possible. 4. Similes and metaphors (1) – spotting the difference HOMEWORK: Write a paragraph about one of the animals we have talked about today. 5. Similes and metaphors (2) – deploying the techniques HOMEWORK: Please list a simile and a metaphor to describe each of your family members. We will be sharing them next lesson! 6. Writing accurately (1) – sentences and paragraphs HOMEWORK: This is an opportunity to consolidate all the techniques we have discussed so far. 7. Drawing with words (3) – characters HOMEWORK: Don’t forget to use similes, metaphors and alliteration! You may use a thesaurus to help you if you would like. 8. Bringing words to life – sensory imagery HOMEWORK: Please write me a descriptive paragraph which uses all five senses, a metaphor, a simile AND alliteration! 9. Writing accurately (2) – learning to proofread your own creative writing HOMEWORK: Correct their own homework from the previous week to see if they can spot any run-on sentences. 10. Putting it all together – writing to a response Students will be invited to appraise each other’s work and to offer constructive advice of where they might go next with their creative writing


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