OUR CURRENT TOPIC IS PLAY SCRIPTS. WE WILL BE LOOKING AT A RANGE OF PLAYS INCLUDING OLIVER TWIST (OUR PREVIOUS THEME) AND SCROOGE (LEADING UP TO CHRISTMAS).
- Justify opinions and elaborating by referring to the text (Point + Evidence + Explanation).
- Use punctuation to determine intonation and expression when reading aloud to a range of audiences.
- Prepare playscripts to read aloud and perform, showing understanding through intonation, tone, volume and action so the meaning is clear to an audience.
- Demarcate complex sentences using commas and explore ambiguity of meaning.
- Identify and use brackets and dashes.
- Identifying the audience and purpose.
- Select the appropriate language and structures.
- Note and developing ideas.
- Think how authors develop characters and settings in films and performances.
- Assess the effectiveness of own and others’ writing in relation to audience and purpose.
- Suggest changes to grammar, vocabulary and punctuation to enhance effects and clarify meaning.