Good Morning. First, playing pairs with the flash cards. One person puts their set word up, the other person puts their set word downand you take it in turns to find the pairswithout turning them over to check first. If you get a pair wrong you put it back and no one is allowed to touch it for three goes.
Tests Back Key improvements are: - Always give a piece of evidence and explain how it proves your point I you make a point. - Be careful with points on formality – a lot of people made the point but couldn’t explain clearly why it was formal/informal. - With graphological points, make sure you make a point about the graphology as every written text has graphological features – you are picking out certain ones for a certain reason.Write down the grade that you got, the grade that you are aiming for andyour target for how to improve – put it on the red sheet and don’t lose it!
What did you come up with?• What could you have talked about in this answer? Preferably with someone else, try to get up to 10 possible groupings.
Having a look at a good exam answer…1. Come up with three reasons and examples for why it is good (use the examiner’s comments if that helps).2. What could be improved?3. In the light of this, what do you think you could improve?
Which is the odd one out? (extra point for why) Come up with threedifferent combinations and reasons.
Come up with as many ways to group theseadverts as possible (at least 5)
A conversation betweentwo students in aclassroom before school.A: Have you done it?B: What?A: The er homework.B: Wh when was it due?A: Today stupid. (2)B: Wha was it? Use these texts to practice grouping. Write out an essay plan with groupings and the specific examples you would use. You are not allowed to use formality/ informality. (30 mins)
Punctuation RecapWhat is it? What does it do? Examples of it in a sentence..,:;‘-http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/teachers/ks2_a Click the link to revise your grammar. Ictivities/english/word_types.shtml know it is not KS5 work, but I learnt from it – the practice is good.
Mr Kobayashi wetted each burger before stuffing it into Finally the buzzer his mouth. After two minutes, he has consumed 23, sounded. Me Chestnut leading Joey Chestnut, America’s great hope by one. had devoured 91-21 In Chattanooga, Tenesse, last November I watched more than the world Takeru Kabayashi devour a record 97 hamburgers record but six fewer with buns, onions and mustard in eight minutes flat than Mr Kobayashi. – one every five second. It was a repulsive, riveting ‘Awesome’, muttered my neighbour. Put these bits of the article in the and astounding feat.Participants in the annual World Hamburger right order. While you’re doingwouldEating Championships had sought to I felt sure that they it,persuade me that competitive eating what is helping you going – think about was a vomit, but they kept tosport requiring extraordinary physical ability each bun a triumph of mind work out which bitover rebellious body.and mental toughness. goes where. I was deeply sceptical until I watched the baby-faced wisp from Japan in action. The Within five minutes both had 13 ‘gurgitators’ lined up, the MC counted smashed the previous record of 69, down, and they were off – a blur of flying and the 3000 spectators were hands, bobbing heads and gaping gullets. roaring.
Pancakes with chocolate sauceIngredientsFor the pancakes85g/3oz self-raising flour1 free-range egg Lists /10fl oz/½ pt milk (approx)drizzle oil instructionsFor the chocolate sauce55g/2oz caster sugarsplash hot water30g/1¼oz cocoa powderPreparation method1. To make the pancakes, whisk the flour, egg and milk in a bowl tomake a batter.2. Heat the oil in a pancake pan and ladle the mixture in. Allow themixture to coat the pan and fry the pancake for 1-2 minutes on eachside or until golden.3. Repeat to make further pancakes.4. For the sauce, whisk the sugar, water and cocoa together in a smallpan over a gentle heat. Add extra water depending on how thick yourequire the sauce.5. To serve, transfer the pancakes to a serving plate and drizzle thechocolate sauce over.
AnalysisThe rate of Consumer Prices Index (CPI) inflation in the UK fell slightly to 5%during October, down from a rate of 5.2% the month before.Falls in the price of food, air transport and fuel helped to push the inflationrate lower.Despite the drop, the rate still remains well above the Bank of Englandstarget of 2%.Retail Prices Index (RPI) inflation - which includes mortgage interest payments- also fell to 5.4% from 5.6%.Despite the fall, the government said it recognised that inflation remainedhigh."These are difficult times for households as prices continue to be affected byconditions in the global oil and gas markets," said a Treasury spokesperson.MPs are set to debate a motion later, which urges the government to limitincreases in the price of petrol.The government plans to increase fuel duty by 3p a litre in January.
Labov’s Narrative CategoriesSpeech still has some structure.Abstract (A)Orientation (O)Complicating Action (CA)Resolution (R)Evaluation (EV)Coda (C)
The analysis of conversationConversational Analysis: Have a go atAdjacency pair writing a simple conversationExchange structure that uses turn taking in its exchangeTurn-taking structure. Try to put anInitiation-response-feedback (IRF) insertion sequence inInsertion sequence it.
Transition points = natural pauses orstopping.Topic management – what shouldwe talk about?Powerful participants = Bush Write a new conversation that shows someone coming to a transition point (label it) and someone who is a powerful participant who does the topic management.