AQA Relationships Teaching Resources
AQA GCSE Poetry – Moon on the Tides Teaching Resources
Illustrated interactive whiteboard e-poetry booklets - AQA relationships
For English teachers, two illustrated e-poetry booklets containing all fifteen poems in the ‘Relationships’ cluster.
Click ‘Play’ to launch the e-poetry booklets.
- E-poetry Booklet 1 for AQA Relationships (no audio)
- E-poetry Booklet 2 for AQA Relationships (with audio MP3s)
Teaching resources for AQA poetry - relationships
From TES English, free GCSE English literature teaching resources, activities and worksheets on AQA Poetry – ‘Relationships’. The teaching packs include sample examination essay tasks. Also included are downloadable MP3 audio file readings and brief commentaries on each poem for teaching and revision of the poems in the cluster. The scheme of work has been developed for teaching Unit 2: Poetry across time - Route A, Section A. However, teachers of English who have opted for a different cluster for Route A, Section A might find the pack of use when teaching the unseen element of the unit – Route A, Section B.
- Handy, and beautiful, revision support.
Contemporary poetry – teaching resources
Literary heritage poetry – teaching resources
MP3 readings for AQA poetry - relationships
Free audio MP3 readings on each poem from the ‘Relationships’ cluster. For each poem, three MP3s are available:
- an audio MP3 reading with no music / sound effects (No SFX)
- an audio MP3 reading with music / sound effects
- an audio MP3 commentary
Click ‘Play’ to launch the TES English MP3 player.
Contemporary poetry – MP3s
Literary heritage poetry – MP3s
BBC class clip videos
- Khalvati discusses and reads extracts from her poem.
- Khalvati reads her poem.
- Nichols discusses and reads extracts from her poem.
- Nichols reads her poem
- Armitage introduces and reads his poem.
- Video by Ben Crystal with an OP & RP reading.
- Video by Ben Crystal. An OP reading.
- A modern dramatisation of Andrew Marvell’s ‘To His Coy Mistress’ set in an office showing a male office worker using the poem to seduce a female worker.
- A tender performance of the poem by a babysitting couple.