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KS3 English – Writing non-fiction: Reviews (6/6)
11 February @ 11:00 am - 11:50 am GMT£7.50
KS3 English – Writing non-fiction: Reviews (Lesson 6)
In this topic, students will learn to write range of different types of reviews. From film reviews, to restaurant reviews to car reviews there’s an awful lot of things out there to give our opinion on!
We will learn hoe to create different tones such as positivity, outrage or sarcasm and learn how to use structural and linguistic features to aid understanding and create effects.
Writing non-fiction texts is a key skill for KS3 students and will likely form part of any English GCSE they eventually take. There are a range of non-fiction texts that students would be expected to be able to write including reviews.
Having plenty of practice at writing a range of non-fiction texts, including reviews, sets students up for the best possible chance of success in their exams.
Lessons are standalone, though we do advise attending all lessons.
Prior Learning: Students need not have studied this topic before. If they have, then this is a great opportunity for revision!
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