NEW OCR GCSE English (9-1) Reading Non-fiction Texts
OCR GCSE ENGLISH (9-1) TEACHING RESOURCES: Reading Non-fiction Texts
OCR GCSE ENGLISH (9-1) TEACHING RESOURCES: Reading Non-fiction Texts is a 94 slide PowerPoint presentation with 9 accompanying worksheets and 9 step by step lessons specifically designed to teach reading non-fiction texts in preparation for the OCR GCSE English (9-1) Paper 1 exam - Communicating Information and Ideas. This resource has been constructed with the four part lesson plan in mind (starter, introduction, development and plenary) and all lessons can be edited, adapted and differentiated to suit your teaching needs.
The lessons contain a range of tasks, skills and activities, including:
An Introduction to the OCR GCSE English (9-1) Paper 1 exam - Communicating Information and Ideas.
How do audience and purpose affect non-fiction texts?
How to follow an argument in a non-fiction text.
How are fact and opinion used in non-fiction texts?
Analysis of common language techniques used in non-fiction.
Developing awareness of how rhetorical techniques can affect the reader.
Exploring devices such as bias, rhetoric, exaggeration, generalisations and counter arguments
Comparing non-fiction texts in the exam
Preparing for the OCR GCSE English Paper 1 – Communicating Information and Ideas
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