An analogy between being a racing driver and a student in an exam – Level 2 class notes – 19th May 2016


  1. Write a story in the passive tense about Mark age 3 – eyebrow, blood, sister, a swing, next-door neighbour, stitches
  2. Group reading game
  3. Make questions from texts for other groups
  4. An analogy about taking an exam – you need to be like a Grand Prix driver – what qualities does a Grand Prix driver need to succeed?

analogy noun [C or U]

C2 a comparison between things that have similar features, often used to help explain a principle or idea:He drew an analogy between the brain and a vast computer.It is sometimes easier to illustrate an abstract concept by analogywith (= by comparing it with) something concrete.

Fast, careful, pay attention to detail, keep an eye on the time, don’t go too fast and crash!

Most importantly. You don’t want your heartbeat like this:



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