Tag Archive | Grammar for Writing

Grammar for Writing – Dystopian Openings – The Final Analysis

Today’s lesson was brilliant – and from it everyone now has at least 4 pieces of detailed feedback exploring how a grammatical approach might improve the effectiveness of their piece. Look out for this work, as much of it is going to appear online soon!

(we were filmed, too – so you might get a peek inside the classroom on the edutronic site soon!)

This Might Interest You… A Graphic Representation of the Ideas in 1984

Since we have been looking at the writing of George Orwell, and in particular Nineteen Eighty Four, some of you might be interested in this graphic representation of the novel’s ideas produced for me by a student in New Zealand, Rosemary Wolfin

Rosemary Wolfin created this graphic answer to an essay question that asked her to explore some of the messages in George Orwell’s novel, Nineteen Eighty Four

The Grammar for Writing Project: Part 4: Relative Clauses


(Tonight’s homework is to complete the re-write of two of your sentences from you existing pieces of dystopian descriptive writing – we’ll present some of these as part of the opening to the lesson tomorrow)

The Grammar for Writing Project: Part 1: Prepositions

As part of the Grammar for writing programme, these presentations are being developed. This, first, presentation is an introduction to the subject of Prepositions. For further information check the site http://www.edutronic.net/