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Aims

Raise students current reading


situation to target requirement

Objectives
Be a dominant reader,
as describe above in the
objectives, by:
connecting ideas
between texts
questioning text
and finding
answers
being selective
with sources

Materials and sources

Unit 1.9 Combining sources


(Academic writing, Bailey,2011)
Unit 1.2B Reading: finding
suitable sources (Bailey 2011)
Unit 1.2B Reading: finding
suitable sources (Bailey 2011)

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Raise students current writing


situation to target requirement

Predict and manage


unknown vocabulary
Connect reading
knowledge and
experience with writing
output
Develop academic style:
Vocabulary
Grammar
Rhetorical
functions
Coherence& Cohesion

Write Reflections

Write Evaluations

1.6 Paraphrasing (Bailey)


1.9 Combining sources (Bailey)

(From authentic sources)


(Need passive grammar)
(TBC)
1.10 Organising paragraphs
(Bailey)
1.11 Introductions and
conclusions (Bailey)

Unit 4 Narratives (R R Jordan)


Unit 9 Cause and effect (R R
Jordan)
(Course Samples?)

Describe processes and


objects
Unit 2Description: Processes
and Procedures (R R Jordan)
Unit 3 Description: Physical (R
R Jordan)
(Passive Grammar)

Develop student autonomy

Proof-reading

1.12 Re-writing and proofreading (Bailey)

Vocabulary recording
and development

Vocabulary in use Multiple


units

Reflection of progress
1.12 Re-writing and proofreading (Bailey)

Focus

Vocabulary

1
Paragraph
structures

Linking phrases within a paragraph


produce/sourced by teacher and extracted
from texts in Bailey P77-81

2
Introductio
ns

3
Skimming
and
Scanning,
Vocabular
y
developm
ent

Grammar

Synonym building
Word association
activity
(Brainstorming)

Matching
vocabulary to
synonyms from
homework

Focus on what it
means to know
a word.
Discussion on
vocabulary
development and
recording
strategies.
Vocabulary book
use.

Discussion
about typical
and expected
mistakes in
paragraphs
Proof-reading
Bailey P93-95
Peer checking
and discuss
errors Record
common in
books
Collect
writings for
assessment
Use Proofreading codes
to peer correct
(Recycled)
Collect
writings for
assessment

Reading

Writing

Homew
ork

Paragraph structures
Bailey P77-81

Bailey P.77-81

Thematic
Discussions

Process writing
paragraphs

Write two
or three
paragrap
hs
(Two/thre
e ideas)
Art
should
not be
privately
owned

Read T produce
introductions for art
related questions.

Read peers
answers to
homework and
to formulate
questions they
answer.
(Passively
looking at
opinions in
writing)
Practice
mapping and
titling
paragraphs
Skimming and

Bailey P83-86

Product
approach to
Introductions

Paraphrasing
(Synonyms)

Academic
phrasal
verbs
Vocabular
y in use
P20
Write 2
art
related
questions
, then
write
introducti
ons for
these.

Find two
sources
by title
only,
linked to
field of
study and
bring to
next
class.

Vocabular
y in use

4 Reading
selectively

5
Processes
and
procedure
s

Analyse unknown
words of texts in
context

Spelling test and


put vocabulary
from homework
into sentences
Orally discuss
previously
learned
strategies.

Rank according
to perceived
usefulness.

Record useful
vocabulary
during class on
board this
forms regular
spelling and
vocabulary
development
activities for
forthcoming
classes.
Spelling test and
put vocabulary
into sentences

Maintain policy of
recording
unknown
vocabulary in
special books
Student
autonomy

Introduce/Revi
ew Passive
forms in
context of
material
descriptions.

Peer check
Material
descriptions,
find any
mistakes which
are common
for pairs and
then for class.

Work on Class
grammar
problems.

Processes
using passive
form. R.R.
Jordan P14-16

Specific
procedures
using passive
forms R.R.
Jordan P16-17

Scanning Bailey
P11-14
Academic vs
non-academic
text genre
analysis (T
provided)

Use skimming
and scanning
strategies to be
more selective
with texts.

Judging sources
Bailey P20-25

Material
descriptions
produced by
teacher.

Academic
verbs

Study
vocabular
y and
practice
developm
ent
strategies
Write a
descriptio
n in one
or more
paragrap
hs
describin
g
favourite
type of
material
for
working
with.
Include
reasons.
Use
passive
where
necessary
.

Stages of writing
an essay Process
approach to writing
Bailey P17-18
(Sub focus Passive
grammar)

Find a
source on
the
productio
n of any
material
or
medium
used for
art
purposes,
read and
then
write in
own
words the
process.
Assessm
ent

6
Dealing
with briefs

Spelling test and


put vocabulary
into sentences

Vocabulary in use
problems and
solutions

Discuss tasks
and duties in
groups

Maintain policy of
recording unknown
vocabulary in special
books Student
autonomy

Look at rubric for


project criteria

Expressing
opinions
Vocabulary in use
P80-81

Review
vocabulary from
homework

Discuss
problems and
solutions for
project brief
Critical thinking
when reading
Forming and
answering
questions during
the process
Bailey P27-29

7
Describing
opinions &
Critical
reading
Continued

Advice for
procedures
and processes
using passive
form. R.R.
Jordan P17

8
Narratives
&

Personal
statement
s and
Reflection
s
continued

Maintain policy of
recording unknown
vocabulary in special
books Student
autonomy

9
Combining
sources
for
reading
and
writing

Spelling test and


put vocabulary
into sentences

Spelling test from


Vocabulary in use
P50-51. Put
vocabulary into
sentences

Maintain policy of
recording unknown

Read sample
briefs from
course.

(Process writing)
Bailing P148-149
Problems and
solutions

Skim through
provided options
of texts, select
one. Use skills
and sample
questions to
critically read
chosen text.

R.R.Jordan
Writing Personal
statements and
Reflections based
Focus on Narrative/Past tenses
on narrative
o Past tenses
tenses. P30
o Present perfect tenses
(Modified)
o Past perfect tenses
Product Writing
Use samples of
Look at History of universities in the
Reflections and
U.K. R.R. Jordan P29-30
personal
statements
Peer check

Look at how writers mention other


writing
sources in their writing Bailey P72-76
Read text on the history of art Put
key dates onto a time line

Discuss plagiarising and benefits of


including other works in own writing.
Recycle paraphrasing techniques to
avoid plagiarising
Look at three texts for art subjects,

Academic
vocabular
y in use
nouns
P28-29

Review
vocabular
y from
class
Vocabular
y in use
academic
adjective
s P30-31

Vocabular
y in Use
Study
habits
and Skills
P.50-51

Vocabular
y in Use
94-95
Making
connectio
ns

vocabulary in special
books Student
autonomy

10
Evaluation
s&
Rewriting
process

Review
vocabulary from
homework.
Discuss how
phrases can be
used to make
connections
between different
writers onions in
own text.

Maintain policy of
recording unknown
vocabulary in special
books Student
autonomy

skim to find best two to answer T


provided art question. Rephrase
needed information using citations and
narrative tenses where needed.
(Product and process writing)

Develop
redrafting skills
via Bailey P9193

Use skills to
rewrite and
improve text
from previous
lesson
including
vocabulary
from
homework

Look at
structure and
examples of
writing
reports/evaluat
ions based on
T provided
examples for
BA
Programme.