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Figurative Language / Poetic Terms (Poster Bundle)

Figurative Language / Poetic Terms (Poster Bundle)

I've made sixteen posters of the most common GCSE English terminology, featuring images and examples to support understanding. They can be printed off easily using the .PDF, or edited to contain your own versions on the PowerPoint. Any feedback is welcome!

By beckbockk

SHAKESPEAREAN SONNET: LESSON AND RESOURCES

SHAKESPEAREAN SONNET: LESSON AND RESOURCES

This resource covers the integral, surface and deep features of Shakespearean Sonnets. It contains full-on activities and assessments to cover the skills of literacy in an easy, structured, cover-your-bases system. It includes everything you need to get going with teaching sonnets in your classroom. Teachers can use this to enhance the language skills of the learners, especially the technique needed to analyze the Shakespearean sonnets and interpret looking for an overall meaning. Learning Objectives: • Define a sonnet and understand its structure. • Identify the vocabulary and figurative language used in sonnets. • Discover ideas and themes in the sonnets. • Explore characteristics of the sonnet form. • Analyze the text line by line and interpret looking for an overall meaning. This Resource Includes: * Lesson Plan * Graphic Design - Sonnets * Sonnet Description * Assessment Rubrics * Worksheets with Answers (4 Exercises) * Word Bank (4)

By john421969

EYFS/KS1 Colour poems

EYFS/KS1 Colour poems

Nine separate powerpoint poems which I wrote to help pupils recognise the colours red, yellow, green, blue, orange, white, pink, black, brown. There are colour specific photos on each powerpoint. Each poem is written in a different style eg orange - acrostic.

By newromantic

Powerpoint Poem about the colour WHITE. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour WHITE. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour WHITE. EYFS/KS1. Simple rhyming ‘What is white?’ poem which I wrote myself to introduce a topic on colour recognition, help pupils learn the colour white and identify white objects around them. Lots of ‘white’ photos and an easy to follow ‘what is white?’ pattern. Links with cross curricular topics on ‘Colour’, ‘Rainbows’, ‘All around me’ and Literacy ‘Poetry’.

By newromantic

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BROWN. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BROWN. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BROWN. EYFS/KS1. Simple rhyming poem which I wrote myself to introduce a topic on colour recognition, help pupils learn the colour brown and identify brown objects around them. Lots of ‘brown’ photos and an easy to follow pattern about a ‘brown world’. Links with cross curricular topics on ‘Colour’, ‘Rainbows’, ‘All around me’, ‘Outside’ and Literacy ‘Poetry’.

By newromantic

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BLACK. EYFS/KS1

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BLACK. EYFS/KS1

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BLACK. EYFS/KS1. Simple two word line poem with repetition of the word ‘black’ which I wrote myself to introduce a topic on colour recognition, help pupils learn the colour black and identify black objects around them. Lots of ‘black’ photos and an ending which young children can relate to. Links with cross curricular topics on ‘Colour’, ‘Night and Day’, ‘All around me’, ‘Halloween’ and Literacy ‘Poetry’.

By newromantic

Powerpoint Poem about the colour PINK. EYFS/KS1

Powerpoint Poem about the colour PINK. EYFS/KS1

Powerpoint Poem about the colour PINK. EYFS/KS1. Simple rhyming poem which I wrote myself to introduce a topic on colour recognition, help pupils learn the colour pink and identify pink objects around them. The poem focuses on ‘I wish the world was pink……’ with pink enhanced images of everyday objects. Links with cross curricular topics on ‘Colour’, ‘Rainbows’, ‘All around me’ and Literacy ‘Poetry’.

By newromantic

Powerpoint Poem about the colour ORANGE. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour ORANGE. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour ORANGE. EYFS/KS1. Simple rhyming acrostic poem which I wrote myself to introduce a topic on colour recognition, help pupils learn the colour orange and identify orange objects around them. Lots of ‘orange’ photos and an easy to follow acrostic pattern. Links with cross curricular topics on ‘Colour’, ‘Rainbows’, ‘All around me’ and Literacy ‘Poetry’.

By newromantic

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BLUE. EYFS/KS1

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BLUE. EYFS/KS1

Powerpoint Poem about the colour BLUE. EYFS/KS1. Simple rhyming couplets which I wrote myself to introduce a topic on colour recognition, help pupils learn the colour blue and identify blue objects around them. Lots of ‘blue’ photos and an easy to learn ‘I love blue…’ repetition pattern. Links with cross curricular topics on ‘Colour’, ‘Rainbows’, ‘All around me’ and Literacy ‘Poetry’.

By newromantic

Powerpoint Poem about the colour GREEN. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour GREEN. EYFS/KS1.

Powerpoint Poem about the colour GREEN. EYFS/KS1. Simple rhyming couplets (repeating the word green) which I wrote myself to introduce a topic on colour recognition, help pupils learn the colour green and identify green objects around them. Poem focuses on ‘healthy greens’ and ‘not so heathy greens’! Lots of ‘green’ photos and an ending which young children can relate to. Links with cross curricular topics on ‘Colour’, ‘Rainbows’, ‘All around me’, ‘Healthy eating’ and Literacy ‘Poetry’.

By newromantic