Extra Break Time English Resources
Extra Break Time English Resources
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I offer English resources from Year 6 to 13. This shop specialises in Shakespeare teaching resources, poetry resources and a range of comprehension and composition packs aimed at Year 6,7 and 9 Entrance Exam skills for all the main grammars and indie schools.

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This is ideal for anyone wanting a better overview of Romanticism before launching into the topic in school. It summarises what the poetic movement was and defines tricky ideas such as the Romantic epiphany, the sublime and redeeming the Fall. Also lots of images and clear bulleted points to break it down better for students. After playing this, you would have no problem launching into Blake's 'Songs of Innocence and Experience' or Wordsworth's Lucy poems. It is ideal contextual background for the Wordsworth Prelude extract and Blake's 'London' poems in the AQA power and conflict anthology.

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Romantic poetry: Blake and Wordsworth mega bundle!

Huge value as it contains five resources, including: 1) Thorough slideshow about the way London is seen by Wordsworth and Blake. Fully differentiated with probing questions based on images Over 14 slides in this pack alone, including focus slides on different aspects of 'Westminster Bridge' which teachers can print out as word cards for students. Blake's London is compare to in the final section, focus is more on Wordsworth. Good context on both poets. 2) Thorough 12 slide contextual background to Romanticism resource. 3) 12 slide unit on Romanticism and Childhood, introducing more key terms and concepts and applying them to Romantic poems, especially Blake's. Helps the students understand what the 'Songs of Innocence and Experience' are and what 'the two contrary states of the human soul' means! 4) Handy handout of poetic terms with examples and definitions, 3 sides, very varied and well defined, ideal revision resource. 5) Clean copy of Blake's poem 'London', illustrated by Gustav Dore, ideal lesson starter as the image is rich and links on to other rich resources.


Romanticism theory, Blake and Wordsworth bundle

Nice set of carefully prepared and designed resources which offer contextual backgrounds to the movement and introduce students to new concepts and some useful quotations (Rousseau, Blake, Wordsworth) There's a lot of focus on childhood innocence and experience in one slideshow and more on the roots of the movement and how they relate to the poets in the other. Other bundles available...



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