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A Monster Calls - lesson four

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Transcript of A Monster Calls - lesson four

Match up!
Can you match the persuasive techniques to examples?
It's time to write a draft of your letter
What skills do you need to use?
Can you explain one persuasive technique?
Let's read the next chapter
What happened in the last chapter?
How do you persuade?
Person A - you have 1 minute to try and persuade your partner to buy you some chocolate.
Homework
Your homework was to learn about the author Patrick Ness.
A Monster Calls - lesson four
Bullying
We see Connor struggling with bullies in this chapter.
To persuade, you need to know persuasive techniques
Stick the definitions of 9 persuasive techniques into your book.
Quiet reading
Planners and equipment should be on your desk.
1. Let's meet over ______.
2. _______ not coming out tonight.
3. That's ______ house over _______.
4. I'm going to _______ party.
Challenge

5. ______ is a strong chance _______ going to be _______.

6. The students have done ______ homework, but ________ not getting _______ marks yet.
Homophones
There, their and they're
1. Let's meet over
there.
2.
They're
not coming out tonight.
3. That's
their
house over
there
.
4. I'm going to
their
party.
Challenge

5.
There
is a strong chance
they're
going to be
there
.

6. The students have done
their
homework, but
they're
not getting
their
marks yet.
1. Staggered
2. Destroyed
3. Sympathy
4. Struggled
5. Through
6. Anxious
7. Controlling
8. Encourage
9. Temptation
10. Ordinary
L.O. Writing to persuade
Go one at a time (starting with person 1) to say one thing you found out.
@Patrick_Ness
How do you feel about bullying?
Your task today is to write a letter,
persuading
schools and teachers to be tougher on bullies.
Did they succeed? How?
Rhetorical questions
Emotive language
Facts
Opinions
Rule of three
Flattery
Direct Address
Expert opinion
Superlative
Challenge - can you think of your own examples?
Person 2 will feedback
Random name selector feed back
Level 4
Level 5
Progress checkpoint
Spellings
Persuade
Convince
Bullying
Superlative
Emotional
Rhetorical
Opinion
Direct
Flattery
Technique
A range of
sentence lengths.
Correct use of
commas and apostrophes.
Ideas divided into paragraphs.

Accurate sentence construction.
Accurate punctuation that has been used for effect.
Links between paragraphs.
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