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Interview lesson- sentence structure

Discussion in 'English' started by deadparrot, Mar 18, 2010.

  1. Hi I have an interview lesson coming up with the objective of varying sentences for effect. Anybody got any great ideas of what could work really well. It is for high ability y7 pupils!
  2. ceesaw

    ceesaw New commenter

    How about a scary ghost story and how to vary sentences for effect to create tension? I did this recently with extremely weak mostly SEN yr 9 boys only group who responded really well to it.... included delaying the main clause to the end to create suspense and simple sentences for dramatic effect. I have some resources if you're interested.
  3. Could I please have the same resources? I have a
    very weak Y9 class that could do with a new approach. Thanks

  4. sweetie1

    sweetie1 New commenter

    Could I add my name to your list for these resources please - my Year 8 group could do with a little inspiration! Thanks

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