Identifying Emotive Language In Non Fiction Texts Lesson Pack

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Identifying Emotive Language In Non Fiction Texts Lesson Pack

Identifying Emotive Language In Non Fiction Texts Lesson Pack - A self-contained lesson to serve as an introduction or reminder of emotive language. Good for both reading and writing in the GCSE exam.
This zip file contains:
  • Sort It Out Activity Sheet [PDF]
  • A Most Misunderstood Animal [PDF]
  • Analysing Emotive Language In Non Fiction Texts Teaching Ideas [PDF]
  • Analysing Emotive Language Sentence Starters [PDF]
  • Identifying Emotive Language Activity Sheet [PDF]
  • Identifying Emotive Language In Non Fiction Texts [PPT]

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