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lesson 3 - Lamb to the Slaughter

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Transcript of lesson 3 - Lamb to the Slaughter

Comparing 'Lamb to the slaughter'
and 'The Speckled Band'

Compare the murder mysteries ‘The Speckled Band’ and ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’. How are they similar? How are they different?
EXPLANATION:

Helen Stoner is so scared that she cannot stop shivering. Something really bad must have happened to make her so afraid.
EVIDENCE:

‘It is not cold which makes me shiver… It is fear…’
POINT:

Helen Stoner is terrified.
Turn this PEE into a PEEExpandExplore
Helen Stoner is terrified.

‘It is not cold which makes me shiver… It is fear…’

The impact of the abstract noun 'fear' increases the level of tension within Helen Stoner's narrative...Moreover, the verb 'shiver'...
Why is this explanation inadequate?
The Speckled Band
Lamb to the Slaughter
AF6: Use clear examples from across a text to explain how a writer creates particular effects on readers
reader
AF7: Comment on the typical features of texts from different times
Working towards a level 6:
AF5: Comment on how language choices can contribute to a text’s overall effectiveness
(cc) image by rocketboom on Flickr
AF2: Use a short, well-chosen quotation within a sentence to show that I can refer closely to a text
Now complete the comparison chart in your booklet
Homework:
Blue review -
write a paragraph showing a similarity between the two stories.
remember to PEEEE
L.I.: to develop our ability to interpret text in a sophisticated manner; and to collate information on the two mystery stories
Helen Stoner is so scared that she cannot stop shivering. Something really bad must have happened to make her so afraid.
Points of Comparison
Similarity:


similarly...
likewise...
In the same way...
equally...
Difference:


Unlike...
Whereas...
However...
In contrast...
Planning my essay:
Compare the murder mysteries ‘The Speckled Band’ and ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’.
How are they similar?
How are they different?
Lamb to the Slaughter
The Speckled Band
Similarities
Differences
Compare
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tension = examples
Language + examples
Compare the murder mysteries ‘The Speckled Band’ and ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’.
How are they similar?
How are they different?
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