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1 GCSE English Unit 1 (Foundation) Section A – Reading Section A Reading15 mins Q1a4 marks6 mins Q1b4 marks6 mins Q28 marks12 mins Q312 marks18 mins Q412 marks18 mins Section B Q516 marks24 mins Q624 marks36 mins Total80 marks2 hrs 15 mins Compare the effects of presentational features in two texts. (12 marks) Tip Comment on specific similarities and differences in the way the texts appear on the page. Tip Comment on specific similarities and differences in the way the texts appear on the page. Q4

2 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Q4 WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts

3 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Q4 WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts Task (10 minutes) Look at these two advertisements. What similarities and differences are there? Why do they appear in this way? Task (10 minutes) Look at these two advertisements. What similarities and differences are there? Why do they appear in this way? Source 2 Source 1

4 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts Task (18 minutes) Answer to the question below. Task (18 minutes) Answer to the question below. Source 2 Source 1 Compare the effects of the presentational features in the two texts. (12 marks) Q4

5 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts Task (5 minutes) Which elements of the Band 3 criteria are being met, and where? Task (5 minutes) Which elements of the Band 3 criteria are being met, and where? Example A Source 1 contrasts two colours to reinforce that the website compares things. These colours are also the main colours of the company brand, so you instantly know who they are when you see it. The word ‘ATTENTION!’ is big, bold, capitalised and emphasised by the exclamation mark to draw the reader towards the key message of the text. The meerkat is dressed in a sophisticated way even though he is a silly animal character, which makes the reader think the company is also sophisticated, but not without a sense of humour. Example A Source 1 contrasts two colours to reinforce that the website compares things. These colours are also the main colours of the company brand, so you instantly know who they are when you see it. The word ‘ATTENTION!’ is big, bold, capitalised and emphasised by the exclamation mark to draw the reader towards the key message of the text. The meerkat is dressed in a sophisticated way even though he is a silly animal character, which makes the reader think the company is also sophisticated, but not without a sense of humour. Q4

6 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts Task (5 minutes) Which elements of the Band 3 criteria are being met, and where? Task (5 minutes) Which elements of the Band 3 criteria are being met, and where? Example A (continued) In comparison, source 2 also clearly shows that the website compares things because the man is holding his arms out in a way which makes you think he is weighing up options. The fact that the ‘gocompare.com’ logo appears above each hand implies that they are the the only option. Furthermore, the character is, like the meerkat, dressed smartly despite being a very silly man with a ridiculous grin on his face. Again, this suggests that the company is smart but friendly and humorous. Example A (continued) In comparison, source 2 also clearly shows that the website compares things because the man is holding his arms out in a way which makes you think he is weighing up options. The fact that the ‘gocompare.com’ logo appears above each hand implies that they are the the only option. Furthermore, the character is, like the meerkat, dressed smartly despite being a very silly man with a ridiculous grin on his face. Again, this suggests that the company is smart but friendly and humorous. Q4

7 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts Task (10 minutes) How could this answer be improved? Task (10 minutes) How could this answer be improved? Example B Source 1 has two different colours in the background which are the main colours of compare the meerkat. The word ‘ATTENTION!’ is big and bold which has an effect on the reader. The meerkat is a silly animal character which will make the reader laugh. It says ‘for cheap car insurance’ which makes the reader know what the company does. Source 2 is all white and has the company logo on it twice. The man’s tie matches the logo. He is smiling because he thinks go compare is really good. He is holding up his hands to celebrate how good they are. His moustache is silly which will make the reader laugh. Example B Source 1 has two different colours in the background which are the main colours of compare the meerkat. The word ‘ATTENTION!’ is big and bold which has an effect on the reader. The meerkat is a silly animal character which will make the reader laugh. It says ‘for cheap car insurance’ which makes the reader know what the company does. Source 2 is all white and has the company logo on it twice. The man’s tie matches the logo. He is smiling because he thinks go compare is really good. He is holding up his hands to celebrate how good they are. His moustache is silly which will make the reader laugh. Q4

8 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Q4 WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts Task (15 minutes) Go back to your answer from the beginning of the lesson. Redraft it using the skills we have focused on this lesson. Task (15 minutes) Go back to your answer from the beginning of the lesson. Redraft it using the skills we have focused on this lesson. Source 2 Source 1

9 Compare the presentational devices of these advertisements. Compare the presentational devices of these advertisements.

10 GCSE English Unit 1 (Foundation) Section A – Reading Section A Reading15 mins Q1a4 marks6 mins Q1b4 marks6 mins Q28 marks12 mins Q312 marks18 mins Q412 marks18 mins Section B Q516 marks24 mins Q624 marks36 mins Total80 marks2 hrs 15 mins Compare the effects of presentational features in two texts. (12 marks) Tip Comment on specific similarities and differences in the way the texts appear on the page. Tip Comment on specific similarities and differences in the way the texts appear on the page. Q4

11 Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Band 3 Criteria clear evidence that the texts are understood in relation to presentational features clear comparison and/or cross reference of presentational features clear analysis of the effect of the presentation relevant and appropriate examples to support ideas Q4 WALT: improve how we comment on presentational features in texts

12 Task (10 minutes) Look at these two images. What similarities and differences are there? What effect does each have on the reader? Task (10 minutes) Look at these two images. What similarities and differences are there? What effect does each have on the reader?

13 Task (10 minutes) The title for each one is now attached. How can you support your ideas from the last task with words from these headlines? Task (10 minutes) The title for each one is now attached. How can you support your ideas from the last task with words from these headlines? City take title after day of footballing drama The Case for Messi

14 Q4. Compare how presentational features are used differently in both texts. City take title after day of footballing drama The Case for Messi


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