Year 7 English
The core contents of year 7 English are:
- Identifying how structures such as extended metaphors are used in informative and persuasive texts,
- Understanding that coherence of texts is helped by devices such as introductions, conclusions, and topic sentences,
- Responding to literature by reflecting on opinions about the text and comparing views with others,
- Experimenting with using language features found in other texts for effect in students’ own work,
- Planning, drafting, and publishing imaginative, informative, and persuasive texts with emphasis on using language, and visual and audio features to convey information.
By the end of year 7 English, students should be able to:
- Explain and respond to issues using evidence from texts,
- Understand how audiences may be influenced through the use of language features,
- Create texts that use language features and images for effect,
- Use language features to engage the audience when making presentations,
- Edit their work, ensuring that they use correct grammar, varied and specialised vocabulary, and accurate spelling and punctuation.
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