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GCSE Eduqas English Lit: Poetry Revision

GCSE Eduqas English Lit: Poetry Revision

A PowerPoint containing 16 poems from the Poetry Anthology Guide, which was provided by Eduqas WJEC. Each slide contains: - A brief overview. - Key Information regarding the poet. - Key quotations with detailed analysis.

By JoeS1112

Poetry Unit Workbook

Poetry Unit Workbook

This workbook acts as an engaging and accessible entry for KS3 pupils into a study of poetry. It includes the following sections: 1. Introduction to Poetry- exploring what poetry is, what others have said about poetry and a study of "An Introduction to Poetry" by Billy Collins. 2. Researching the definition and examples of poetic devices. 3. Understanding and using personification. 4. Introduction to War Poetry- understanding the context of WWI, understanding and analysing imagery in 'Dulce et Decorum est" and "Who's for the Game?". 5. Poetic Form: the Haiku: examples of Haiku, Haiku guessing game and crafting Haiku. 6. Poems and Songs- understanding the similarities and differences between poems and songs, analysing songs as poems.

By mcrossan92

AQA Lit B Coursework: Larkin( whitsun weddings)- Marxist Perspective

AQA Lit B Coursework: Larkin( whitsun weddings)- Marxist Perspective

This 6 - 8 lesson scheme covers: A basic Marxist perspective lesson with reference to critical anthology and real world examples. Close analysis of Mr Bleaney /Essential Beauty/ Large Cool Store / Toads / toads revisited 2 research homework tasks. embedded online tutorials. 2 model answers for annotation and discussion. Suggested essay questions and assessment opportunity.

By kellyblili

The Summer of Lost Rachel by Seamus Heaney- Poetry Analysis (CCEA A Level)

The Summer of Lost Rachel by Seamus Heaney- Poetry Analysis (CCEA A Level)

This detailed 30 slide PowerPoint has been developed to assist teachers in delivering a detailed analysis of Heaney's "The Summer of Lost Rachel" to Literature students. There are detailed questions that prompt critical stanza-by-stanza analysis from pupils. Each set of questions enables pupils to focus on identifying and analysing poetic methods (AO2) and strengthening their understanding of the poem. There are detailed and focused analyses of each stanza, focusing on poetic methods (AO2) to supplement the initial notes taken by students. Also included in this document: -Context on Seamus Heaney (AO3) -Context on The Harvest Bow (AO3) -Initial reading questions -Questions on the Theme of Grief and Loss

By mcrossan92

5 Reading Lessons on Writing and Performing a Poem

5 Reading Lessons on Writing and Performing a Poem

A week's plan, powerpoint and resources for year 5 reading focusing on the skill of writing and performing a poem. Easily adaptable for all other KS2 classes. Engaging and relevant starters, main activities and plenaries planned for everyday. Differentiated resources and activities for four groups of children (green LA, yellow M/LA, blue MA, red HA). Questions prompting higher order thinking and activities designed to develop children's understanding of poetry and their desire to write it. Each lesson builds and expands on the previous one. Example poems provided some text and some video form.

By marich

5 Reading Lessons on Rereading and Performing Poetry

5 Reading Lessons on Rereading and Performing Poetry

A week's plan, powerpoint and resources for year 5 reading focusing on the comprehension skill of rereading and performing poetry. 3 days on rereading and 2 days on performing poetry. Easily adaptable for all other KS2 classes. Engaging and relevant starters, main activities and plenaries planned for everyday. Differentiated resources and activities for four groups of children (green LA, yellow M/LA, blue MA, red HA). Questions prompting higher order thinking and activities designed to develop comprehension skills and enhance reading assessment results. Each lesson builds and expands on the previous one for both parts of the week. All texts provided, a range of interesting genres and styles.

By marich

War Photographer Carol Ann Duffy

War Photographer Carol Ann Duffy

This creative series of lessons on the poem War Photographer encourages pupils to engage independently with the themes of the poem. It is a great introduction to the poem and to war poetry in general.

By fineliner

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