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The presentation of relationships in 'Climbing My Grandfather', by Andrew Waterhouse (AQA anthology)
The focus of the lesson is on exploring how Andrew Waterhouse uses imagery to help shape our understanding of the relationship presented to us in the poem. In terms of outcomes, the aim is for students to produce two relatively short, but high-quality, written responses (containing appropriately used poetic terminology, reporting and analysing verbs, and conjunctions) - please see slides 13, 14 and 15.

At the beginning of the lesson, students should read and discuss the poem; there's a set of structured tasks on the worksheet. Following that, I've included a copy of the poem across five slides for teacher-lead annotation.

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Created: Jan 26, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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