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English Secondary 2 Express- Collective Nouns/ Indirect Characterisation English Secondary 2 Express- Collective Nouns/ Indirect Characterisation Presentation Transcript

  • + 2 Express English Week 3: Collective Nouns armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 2 Recall: Visual Cues  Refers to things we see on screen  Body language and Facial Expressions  elicits an emotional response from viewersarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 3 Symbols in Popular Culture:armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 4 Recall: Color/ Visual Effects  Color- “think Instagram”  Visual Effects- special images which are usually computer- generated and used together with regular imagesarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 5 Recall: Dialogue/ Voice Over  refer to what we hear when we are watching a film  Dialogue  spoken interaction between characters in flim  reveals their personalities or their attitude towards one another  Voice Over  voice of an unseen narrator who may be a character in a film  reveal the narrator’s thoughts and feelings about an event or another characterarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7YIAWsyB1Iarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 7 Recall: Music  intensifies the atmosphere in a scene  hints at a character’s state of mindarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 8 Recall: Sound Effects  Artificial sounds created to imitate or exaggerate natural sounds in a flim  helps to predict the events that will followarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 9 Movie Trailers distribute worksheet 1_1/ first examplearmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 10 Lesson Objectives  By the end of the lesson I should  learn about the use of collective nounsarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 11 Collective Nouns  Words for groups of people, animals or things government class army family audience band choir club flock herd Grammar Plus Unit 5 pg 19armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 12 Collective Nouns: How do we use them? 1. Most collective nouns are countable  can be used with determiners eg. a/ an/ both  usually used with the 2. Follows Subject Verb Agreement (SVA) rules  Singular collective noun used with a singular verb  Plural collective noun used with a plural verb  Depends on what you are referring to 3. Some collective nouns can be used with  (of) + (plural noun)  follows SVA rules even with the determiner aarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
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  • + 14 Exercise 2: Notes  Underline the word which give you the clue to your answer  eg. The club _____ (was/ were) founded last year and it meets every month  This will help you in your editing exercise  #6, #9armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 15 Exercise 3: Notes  Note that the collective nouns are  herd, team, flock, crowd, litter, group, clump, board  Were you able to clearly know whether the writer was referring to the group as a unit or as individuals?  Underline the verbs which allowed you to do so  eg.#3 We watched a flock of birds fly past  Singular: #7  Plural: #3, #6, #8?armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • resource sheet 1.1 16 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nh7UgAprdpMarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 17 Resource Sheet 1.1: Pg 1 Vocabularyarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
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  • + 20 Resource Sheet 1.1: Pg 2 Vocabularyarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 21 Resource Sheet 1.1: Pg 3 Vocabularyarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 22 Resource Sheet 1.1: Pg 3 (Em Dash)  None of the … the entire neighborhood — an ever- growing shadow … cold, dark embrace  longer than an en dash (January- June)  used sparingly in formal writing  may replace commas, semicolons, colons and parentheses to indicate  an added emphasis  an interruption  or an abrupt change of thoughtarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 2 Express English Week 3: Journal Writing armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 24 Journal Entry: Feedback  Target Setting  Mostly at least b3  More “realistic” ones want to see an improvement of 5-10 marks  Must be achievable and must be clear  Reading more books  Lexile chart (Grade 9- Sec 2)  Guide at www.armanalluwie.blogspot.com  Model Compositions  Student Groupingsarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 25 Journal Entry  Disappointed  (of a person) Sad or displeased because someone or something has failed to fulfill ones hopes or expectations.  (of hopes or expectations) Prevented from being realized.  Disillusionedarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 2 Express English Week 3: Characterisation armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 27 Characterization  Way writers create, develop and present the characters in a narrative  Describes appearance, actions, speech, thoughts and feelings  Which help to reveal their personalityarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
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  • + 33 Characterisation  Direct Characterisation  Explicitly stating what he or she is  Indirect Characterisation  Writer shows us what a character is like through  Appearance  Actions Engages reader’s imagination  Speech/ Thoughts/ Feelings  What other characters think and say about herarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 34 Engaging Reader’s Imagination: Vampiresarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 35 Engaging Reader’s Imagination: Vampiresarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • 36 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugbOR40eoCwarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 37 Engaging Reader’s Imagination: Vampiresarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 38 Engaging Reader’s Imagination: Vampiresarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 39 Indirect Characterisation  What can you learn about Sarah from her actions or thoughts? (pg 78)  Limitations of Characterization  Word limit  Development of plot  Common knowledge/ Culturearmanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 40 Indirect Characterisation  Appearance  Pgs 80-81  Actions  Pg 82  Speech  Pg 83- 84  Impact on other characters  Pg 85-86armanalluwie.blogspot.sg
  • + 41 GFA Composition  Using techniques of Indirect Characterisation, describe your favorite character  Should come from a movie/ cartoon  Searchable on YouTube  Not from a book  250- 400 words  Submission Dateline: Monday 28th  Late submissions will not be markedarmanalluwie.blogspot.sg