English: Introducing Spoken Language in KS3

Introducing Spoken Language in KS3 English

Fun, stimulating and ready-to-use activities to introduce Spoken Language at KS3 and also prepare students for GCSE Spoken Language from September 2015. Activities cover the skills needed to:

  • Communicate and adapt language
  • Interact and respond
  • Create and sustain roles

The wide-range of activities allow students to:

  • Take part in discussions
  • Work in pairs or groups
  • Analyse various forms of spoken language
  • Play educational active learning games
  • Write essays
  • Present to the rest of the class
  • Take part in scripted and unscripted performances
  • Review and improve their own performance

“It’s a complete ‘no-brainer’ to introduce KS3 pupils to spoken language, and this resource facilitates that very well. There is a good range of activities to choose from – and nice to see ‘speaking and listening’, as well as ‘spoken word’ is included.” – N Timmis, English Teacher

“A nice range of activities exploring speaking and listening with clear links to skills needed at GCSE, and even A Level Language. It builds on skills bit-by-bit and is appropriately challenging. A refreshingly comprehensive resource that considers progression.” – A Baiden, English Teacher

Price is £44 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.

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