Who would make the best prime minister?Evaluating others’ responses:Clarify – What do you mean by…Probe – Tell me more about…Recommend – Which answer do you think is best?
Learning Outcome LEARNING: OUTCOME: To be able to analyse So that we can So that we can Evaluatecharacterisation Steinbeck’s intentions
Your questions• Which of your 3 best questions will allow you to meet the learning outcome?• Choose 1 which you will rewrite
Second Question Is?/Doe Did? Can? Could? Will? Might? Grid s? Past Possibility Probability Prediction Imagination Present What? Event Where Jou ? r ne ytFirstFirst Place When? od ee Time pe Who? qur Person est Improving your questions: ion Why? Reason Pick a ‘first’ word, then a ing How? ‘second’ word to design better Meaning questions
Your questions• Choose a quotation about your character• Answer your question by ZOOMING IN and OUT on your quotations
Review LEARNING: OUTCOME: To be able to analyse So that we can So that we can Evaluate characterisation Steinbeck’s intentions• CSP your work• Highlight where you think you have met the LO• Explain how you have met the LO
Next steps• Your presentation on theme must be ready for Friday• Read up to the end of Section 4 (NB – this is the most important section of the novel!)
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