Our Day Out - teaching resource

Our Day Out Teaching Resources

* Watermarks do not appear on purchased resources

Click on images to enlarge

Our Day Out - Unit of Work

(93-slide PowerPoint presentation and 25 worksheets)

This Our Day Out English teaching resource includes a detailed 93-slide PowerPoint presentation, 25+ worksheets and 13 step by step lessons.  Every lesson is structured with clear objectives and follows the four part lesson format: starter activity, introduction, development and plenary.  The PowerPoint slides are fully editable so that English teachers can modify and differentiate every lesson to suit their teaching needs.  To view the Our Day Out resources in more detail please click on the images in the preview box below. 

Our Day Out teaching resource pack includes a wide range of activities for pupils of all abilities:

a quick biography of Willy Russell and the social and historical context of Our Day Out

activities to develop knowledge of the plot

detailed analysis of the characters of Mrs Kay, Mr Briggs and Carol

exploration of the key themes of Our Day Out (class, education, poverty)

developing awareness of the features of a drama text – character, stage directions, etc

teaching the use of Point/Evidence/Explain to write about Our Day Out

Willy Russell’s political message - the author's purpose

cloze passages for each act to consolidate understanding of the plot

analysis of Russell’s language in key scenes

Willy Russell’s use of tension and suspense

hot seating activities

empathy questions - Diary and letter writing

sequencing activities

developing inference and deduction skills

Our Day Out essay with step-by-step essay guide

To preview English Teaching Resources: Our Day Out (Willy Russell) click on the images from the PowerPoint presentation.

Get access to thousands of pages of resources. Find out more about membership here.

Our Price : £9.99 / 10 Credits   English resources membership credit system

 

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. You can change this and find out more by following this link

Accept Cookies