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Getting our younger students to understand the importance of evidence in text analysis can be frustrating for teachers.
Supporting their ideas with textual corroboration is an essential part of attempting an English assessment question, whether that be in literature or language.
This neat little lesson allows learners really to get to grips with this concept, and should ensure they will never again forget to bring evidence to court…
It is important for KS3 English learners to understand that they must use evidence in their exams; so let them become ‘literary lawyers’!
Enables young students to understand and meet the AO1 requirements of the AQA Literature and Language examination.
How can our young students understand how important it is to include references to texts when completing analytical work?
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