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LESSON PLAN

Unit Topic: English Comms


Yr Level: 12
Lesson Number: 1
Lesson Topic: Persuasive Writing
Unit Aim or Outcome: Students will refresh on persuasive writing techniques and
how they fit into an essay structure. Students will practice persuasive writing
techniques. Class will construct an argument together using persuasive writing
techniques.

LESSON OUTLINE AND SEQUENCE


Duration: 110 mins
Resources: Persuasive writing PowerPoint, Persuasive argument scaffold, Persuasive
writing quiz.
Learning outcomes: Students will:
Practice persuasive writing techniques

Sequence:
Durati
on
5 mins

Activity

Teachers role

Students role

Introduce topic and activity for today.


Explain session is a refresher to prepare
students for supervised assessment.
Assessment occurring in double of week
9.

Introducing topic,
answering questions
students have.

Listening and
asking questions if
the teacher is
unclear.

45 mins
PowerPoint presentation

Teaching from
slideshow.

15 mins
Quiz
45 mins
Construct argument as a class Everyone
should be vegetarian
5 mins
Close class. Reiterate learning and
assessment date.

Walking around,
helping where
needed.

Filling out quiz


(individual)

Leading discussion,
writing class
answers on board

Thinking about
arguments, offering
answers (class)

Talking, answering
any questions
students may have.

Asking any
questions they have
about lesson or
upcoming
assignment.

Notes: Could be long and boring, break it up. Relies on student interaction.
Assessment: Quiz
Reflection:

Listening, taking
notes and
interacting.

Lesson Plan
Unit Topic: Persuasive Writing
Yr Level: 10
Lesson Number: 3
Lesson Topic: Persuasive Techniques and Tone
Unit Aim or Outcome: Students will be able to recognise and differentiate between
persuasive writing techniques. Students will be able to employ persuasive writing
techniques

LESSON OUTLINE AND SEQUENCE


Duration: 90 mins
Resources: Persuasion PP, Persuasion cheat sheet, Tone PP, Tone vocab list, Tone and
Purpose sheet, Tone practice sheet
Learning outcomes: Students will:
Learn about a range of writing techniques used to persuade
Practice using a range of persuasive techniques in their own writing
Recognise different tones in different pieces of writing

Sequence:
Durati
on
5 mins

Activity

Teachers role

Students role

Introduction to topic for the day.

Talking, explaining

Listening, asking
questions where
unsure

15 mins

Persuade PP, running through meanings


and uses of techniques (drastically
shortened PP to only bare minimum,
removed interactive portions and
only focused on PERSUADE
techniques. Gave extra information
and examples in the form of a
handout)

Talking, explaining

5 mins

15 mins

10 mins

5 mins

Walking around,
helping where
needed

Writing (individual
or small group)

Talking, explaining
Techniques activity. Use techniques to sell
something. (Students like to push
boundaries and argue over pointless
things. This gives them an outlet and
opens up discussion about
techniques. Also allows me to see
what techniques the class is most
comfortable with)

Walking around
helping where
needed
Leading discussion

15 mins
20 mins

Listening, taking
notes, asking
questions where
unsure

Persuade PP appeals, including activities


(Split Persuade PP into 2 shows. The
activity break in the middle allows

Listening, taking
notes, asking
questions where
unsure and
answering
questions when
asked
Reading and
interpreting letter
(individually or in
small groups)

Talking, explaining
Offering questions

students to refresh and to separate


techniques and appeals in their
minds. Makes both PPs feel shorter)

Decipher techniques in letter (Martin


Luther King speech originally part of
PP now a shorter section of one of
his letters. Allows the students to
recognise techniques and appeals
easier as they can reread)

Answers (Notify students ahead of


time we would be answering as a
class to make them accountable)
Tone PP with activity (Cut this PP down
as well, didnt address tone in
previous class as it wasnt relevant
to their assessment piece)
Self-directed work on tone. Must do Tone
& Purpose, recommended Tone Practice
Sheet (Gives students a bit of leeway
and a break at the end of a long
lesson. Testing them to see if they
can handle self-directed work)

when asked
Walking around,
helping where
needed

Listening,
answering
questions where
asked

Practicing reading
tone (individually or
small group)