10xEN1 Preparation for Mock Week

You said, I will...

Following last week’s home learning, for which I asked you to suggest topics to learn and revise for the mock exam, I have taken your Post-Its in and summarised them in the table here. In short, there are three columns: You said, I will, and You could. I have taken on board what you have said you need for next week and I will tailor our lessons to take these suggestions into account (in fact, I have been since I took the Post-Its in last Friday). The last column, You could, contains suggestions for your own research; in short, what you could do to further your learning in the areas you have suggested.

If you have questions about this, or if there are others areas you need help with, please come and see me in F040, email or write in the comments box below.


2 thoughts on “10xEN1 Preparation for Mock Week

  1. Sophie

    To understand the storyline and plot of Macbeth we could read through or act out the play. This would help us because we would develop a better understanding of what happens and we could focus on the key scenes. We would learn a lot because we would be very involved. This would also help to get a better understanding of the character. We could answer questions about the relationships between characters to develop our skills in that area and to learn the vocabulary we could do a game. This way, we would be more involved so will learn more and it will be more memorable than just looking at cards.

    1. Mr Legowski Post author

      Thanks Sophie. We have already done quite a bit of acting in our Macbeth lessons, haven’t we (forum theatre, Two Minute Macbeth, lots of group performance)? Rest assured, we’ll do more but just not before the mock next Tuesday.


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