Friday, 16 July 2010

Spoken Language Study: Spoken Genres (Political Speeches)

English Teaching Resources

English 2010 Teaching Resources: Spoken Language Study - Spoken Genres is an 87 slide PowerPointScheme of Work and Unit Plan with a medium term scheme of work plan and step by step lessonsdesigned to teach English 2010 Spoken Language Study at KS4/GCSE English and a 24 page booklet of teaching worksheets. Resources include seven lessons, each structed using the four part lesson plan (starter activity, introduction, development and plenary) all of which can be edited, personalised and differentiated to suit your teaching needs.  English 2010 Teaching Resources: Spoken Language Study - Spoken Genres focuses on Political Speeches of the C20th and is designed to help students prepare for the Spoken Language Study Controlled Assessment tasks for English 2010 GCSE.  Spoken Language Study - Spoken Genres is a comprehensive resource with dozens of PPT slides covering a range of activities:
  1. What is the Spoken Language Study and what are Spoken Genres?
  2. Differences between spoken and written English
  3. Explanation of Controlled Assessment and assessment objectives
  4. How audience and purpose impact on spoken language
  5. Introduce Spoken Genres and political speeches
  6. The use of bias, generalisations, fact, opinion and exaggeration in speech writing
  7. Verbal and Non verbal communication
  8. The study of political speeches: Martin Luther King, Winston Churchill, William Wallace (Mel Gibson in Braveheart!), George W Bush (9/11), Barack Obama, Charlie Chaplin (The Great Dictator) and many more
  9. Analysing the use of rhetoric and language in the spoken language study context
  10. How to compare and contrast examples of spoken language
  11. Self/peer assessment
  12. 87 slide PowerPoint presentation on Spoken Language Study: Spoken Genres
  13. 24 worksheets for Spoken Language Study: Spoken Genres
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