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Welcome to Bishop Justus... Welcome to Bishop Justus... Welcome to Bishop Justus...
Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
Miss L. Hamilton
Welcome to Bishop Justus... Welcome to Bishop Justus... Welcome to Bishop Justus...
The beautiful thing about learning is that no one
can take it away from you.
Miss L. Hamilton
Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
Welcome to English
@ Bishop Justus
LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
How much progress will you make today?
Outstanding progress: You will be able to explain the
effect and expand and improve the Magpie Tips
Excellent progress: You will be able to explain how you
can apply them in your own practice
Good Progress: You will understand three Magpie Tips
and how they impact on learning/progress
Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
Starter: Group Discussion
What are your top tips?
Pose
a question
Ext: Can
you develop
one of
these tips?
Pause
allow thinking time
Pounce
chose victim
Bounce
ask for a hint/extension
Literary terms: alliteration, simile, metaphor, personification, rule of three, oxymoron,
juxtaposition, adjectives, emotive language, sensuous description, colour imagery monosyllabic
phrase, pathetic fallacy, onomatopoeia, assonance, sibilance, variety of sentence structure
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
Main Task: Individual Task
Move around the work stations and investigate the
resources available
Ext: Can you
present an
improved
version of
one of the
resources?
Outstanding progress: You will be able
to explain the effect and expand and
improve the Magpie Tips
Excellent progress: You will be able to
explain how you can apply them in
your own practice
Good Progress: You will understand
three Magpie Tips and how they
impact on learning/progress
Literary terms: alliteration, simile, metaphor, personification, rule of three, oxymoron,
juxtaposition, adjectives, emotive language, sensuous description, colour imagery monosyllabic
phrase, pathetic fallacy, onomatopoeia, assonance, sibilance, variety of sentence structure
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
Miss L. Hamilton
Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
The Formula
LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
Literary terms: alliteration, simile, metaphor, personification, rule of three, oxymoron,
juxtaposition, adjectives, emotive language, sensuous description, colour imagery monosyllabic
phrase, pathetic fallacy, onomatopoeia, assonance, sibilance, variety of sentence structure
Miss L. Hamilton
Keywords:
portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
Data Sheets
LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
Literary terms: alliteration, simile, metaphor, personification, rule of three, oxymoron,
juxtaposition, adjectives, emotive language, sensuous description, colour imagery monosyllabic
phrase, pathetic fallacy, onomatopoeia, assonance, sibilance, variety of sentence structure
Miss L. Hamilton
Keywords:
portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
The Blog
Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn...
a) Have you understood the
Magpie tips?
1
2
3
4
b) Can you apply them to your
own practice?
c) Can you explain, expand or
improve the tips?
Literary terms: alliteration, simile, metaphor, personification, rule of three, oxymoron,
juxtaposition, adjectives, emotive language, sensuous description, colour imagery monosyllabic
phrase, pathetic fallacy, onomatopoeia, assonance, sibilance, variety of sentence structure
Miss L. Hamilton
Keywords:
portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
Plenary: Evaluation
Rate the methods you have explored today 1-5
(1 extremely useful – 5 not useful at all)
LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
How much progress will you make today?
Outstanding progress: You will be able to explain the
effect and expand and improve the Magpie Tips
Excellent progress: You will be able to explain how you
can apply them in your own practice
Good Progress: You will understand three Magpie Tips
and how they impact on learning/progress
Improving our Practice @ Bishop Justus
LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks? LQ: Can I learn new tricks?
Final Thought...
Have you got any
questions?
Do you have a favourite
aspect of this session?
How do you feel about
using these methods in your
practice?
Literary terms: alliteration, simile, metaphor, personification, rule of three, oxymoron,
juxtaposition, adjectives, emotive language, sensuous description, colour imagery monosyllabic
phrase, pathetic fallacy, onomatopoeia, assonance, sibilance, variety of sentence structure
Keywords: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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