English Year 9 Long Term Plan 2015-16

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Alcester Academy Curriculum Planning: Key Stage 4 (Year 9)
Department:
English
Term
Topic/
subject
Year
Group: 9
Assessment
Objectives
Autumn 1
Travel Writing
Language AO2
LanguageA05, AO6
Units will cover all AOs
An Introduction to GCSE English
Knowledge
Skills (Include details of differentiation)
Literacy, numeracy and
SMSC opportunities
Final assessment task
and title
Understanding and
application of language and
structure for impact
Language AO2:
-Explain, comment on and analyse how writers use language and
structure to achieve effects and influence readers, using relevant
subject terminology to support their views.
Language AO4- Evaluate texts critically and support this with
appropriate textual reference.
Language AO5:
-Communicate clearly, effectively and imaginatively, selecting and
adapting tone, style and register for different forms, purpose and
audiences.
-Organise information and ideas, using structural and grammatical
features to support coherence and cohesion of texts.
Language A06:
-Use a range of vocabulary and sentence structures for clarity, purpose
and effect, with accurate spelling and punctuation
Tasks will be tailored and planned for different needs where appropriate
(writing frames, planned questioning, appropriate worksheets and
sentence starters will be provided if required)
Language/Literature AO2:
-Explain, comment on and analyse how writers use language and
structure to achieve effects and influence readers, using relevant
subject terminology to support their views.
-Literature AO1: Read, understand and respond to texts by:
Maintaining a critical style and develop an informed personal response.
Use of textual references to support.
Literature AO3: Show understanding of the relationship between texts
and the contexts in which they were written.
Tasks will be tailored and planned for different needs where appropriate
(writing frames, planned questioning, appropriate worksheets and
sentence starters will be provided if required)
Language AO5:
-Communicate clearly, effectively and imaginatively, selecting and
adapting tone, style and register for different forms, purpose and
audiences.
-Organise information and ideas, using structural and grammatical
features to support coherence and cohesion of texts.
Language A06:
-Use a range of vocabulary and sentence structures for clarity, purpose
and effect, with accurate spelling and punctuation
Tasks will be tailored and planned for different needs where appropriate
(writing frames, planned questioning, appropriate worksheets and
sentence starters will be provided if required)
Literacy- Inference,
development of sophisticated
writing style, development of
effective vocabulary through
use of metalanguage.
Numeracy: planning and
structuring pieces.
SMSC- Cultures, experiences
Produce a piece of personal
travel writing
Literacy- Inference,
development of sophisticated
writing style, development of
effective vocabulary through
use of metalanguage.
Numeracy- Structural/pattern
analysis of poetry
SMSC- Victorian morals,
attitude to war, political
influences.
Based on questions from
paper 2 Literature:
How are feelings of conflict
presented by Tennyson in
‘The Charge of the Light
Brigade’?
Consider: Tennyson’s use of
language and structure and
the Victorian context.
INCLUDE SL ANCTIVITY
Literacy- sentence structure
and vocabulary usage.
Numeracy- structuring and
organising a piece of writing.
SMSC- City life through the
ages, social history
Based on paper 1 question
5: A creative writing
competition has asked
you to submit a piece of
writing in response to
ONE of the following:
a) This image of
London OR
b) Describe a busy
city
Creating engaging texts
Language AO4-
Autumn 2
Spring 1
‘The Victorian
Soldier’: A study
of Tennyson’s
‘The Charge of
the Light
Brigade’
‘The City’: A
study of William
Blake and
Charles Dickens
LanguageAO2
LiteratureAO1, AO2, AO3
LanguageA05, AO6
Literature-
Development of exploring
language and application of
metalanguage.
The ‘context bubble.’
Embedded/relevant details
or quotations as effective
support for effective
interpretation.
Understanding of how to
write descriptively by using
accurate and effective
sentence structure and
ambitious vocabulary.
INCLUDE SL ANCTIVITY
Alcester Academy Curriculum Planning: Key Stage 4 (Year 9)
Language-
Spring 2
Modern Prose
text Study
Summer
1
Summer
2
Poetry from
other cultures
and traditions
OR Moon on the
Tides Poetry
End of year
LANGUAGE
EXAM
LiteratureAO1, AO2, AO3
-‘The context bubble’
-Writer’s intentions
-Development of methods
used with a play script.
Language AO3
-Poetic devices
-Poet’s intentions
-Ability to compare two texts
All Language
AFs
-Understanding of the
structure of the paper
-Timing practise
-Development of key skills
Literature AO1: Read, understand and respond to texts by:
Maintaining a critical style and develop an informed personal response.
Use of textual references to support.
Language/Literature AO2:
-Explain, comment on and analyse how writers use language and
structure to achieve effects and influence readers, using relevant
subject terminology to support their views.
Literature AO3: Show understanding of the relationship between texts
and the contexts in which they were written.
Tasks will be tailored and planned for different needs where appropriate
(writing frames, planned questioning, appropriate worksheets and
sentence starters will be provided if required)
Literacy- Reading aloud
practise
Numeracy- structural analysis
of a play, political spectrum
SMSC- Social and political
history
Mock Literature exam
of paper 2.
Language AO3: Compare writer’s ideas and perspectives, as well as
how these are conveyed, across two or more texts.
Literature AO1: Read, understand and respond to texts by:
Maintaining a critical style and develop an informed personal response.
Use of textual references to support.
Language/Literature AO2:
-Explain, comment on and analyse how writers use language and
structure to achieve effects and influence readers, using relevant
subject terminology to support their views.
Literature AO3: Show understanding of the relationship between texts
and the contexts in which they were written.
Tasks will be tailored and planned for different needs where appropriate
(writing frames, planned questioning, appropriate worksheets and
sentence starters will be provided if required)
Literacy- Reading for
meaning./inference
Numeracy- patterns in poetry
SMSC- Racial/ethnic issues,
historical events.
Poetry
comparison/Unseen
poetry assessment
Literacy- Reading and writing
skills
Numeracy- Timings and
planning for questions
SMSC- Topical content in
papers
Internal Language
examination: Paper
1/Paper 2
All Language AFs will be practised during this term.
Tasks will be tailored and planned for different needs where appropriate
(writing frames, planned questioning, appropriate worksheets and
sentence starters will be provided if required)
INCLUDE SL ANCTIVITY

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