Two Londons: comparing Blake's and Worsdworth's views.  Ideal GCSE lesson
I created this lesson for an observed lesson and it covers both poems in depth and offer them wider contextual points to enrich their answers. Ideal preparation for the comparative skills section of the AQA poetry exam, and for revising Blake. The 'odd one out' activity differentiates by outcome and gets students thinking carefully about the city and what it might represent. Lots of extension tasks and homework opportunies. Over 16 slides and structured to take a lesson.
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Created: May 30, 2017

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