Think Tanker
Think Tanker
53 reviews

Stimulating, engaging and promoting thinking beyond the lesson of the day - that's the support material I seek to produce in the English, Maths and Humanities areas. As a resource manager and classroom teacher for over 30 years, I want to offer practical, get-to-the-point material to broaden, challenge and deepen understanding, provide for a range of skill levels, and make teaching and learning stimulating and enjoyable.

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This is a complete unit of work in the form of a student study guide covering the novel ‘All Quiet on the Western Front.’ It contains all that is needed to examine, in a comprehensive literary study, the plotting, characterization, use of language and narrative point-of-view of Erich Remarque’s novel.

It is envisaged that this will support a three to four week span of class work at senior level.

The material is 25 pages of activities, thoroughly illustrated with varied text types and graphics to stimulate engagement and understanding. The handout is intended to provide a cumulative study of writing that causes social change and the way language is used to make a social protest.

Contained in the student handout is

  1. Background notes on World War One and Remarque’s point of view
  2. Analysis of characters
  3. Detailed analysis of themes
  4. Key quotes - student comprehension testing on the use of language and dialogue to position and form representations and
    symbolic meaning
  5. Exemplar essay
  6. Reflection activities
  7. Exemplar of persuasive language with comprehension test


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