Pupils need to talk and write about many aspects of the texts they use. To do this well they need to be familiar with the major technical terms. B & D Publishing’s two Language for Literature schemes of work spanning key stages 3 and 4 aim to give pupils a sound understanding of many literary terms. These are explained and illustrated by examples. Work is provided for pupils to do on each topic.
The literary terms covered include Acrostics, Alliteration, Anecdote, Clerihew, Epic, Imagery, Simile, Metaphor, Myth, The Ballad, Fable, Assonance, Autobiography, Cinquain, Cliché, Elegy, Haiku, Ambiguity, Rhyme, Rhythm, Kenning, Legend, Ode, Parable, Parody, Personification, Sonnet, Limerick, Soliloquy, Pun, Spoonerisms, Dialect, Dialogue, Epitaph, Onomatopoeia, Proof Reading, Proverbs, Riddles, Anachronism, Allegory, Diaries and Journals, Dramatic Irony, Hyperbole and much more.
Two packs are available - Language for Literature Series One and Language for Literature Series Two, with each scheme of work suitable for KS3 and KS4 students.
Language for Literature Series Two is 51 pages long and free sample pages are available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/language-for-literature-series-two-scheme-of-work-sample-pages-11911642
Language for Literature Series One is 49 pages long and is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/language-for-literature-series-one-scheme-of-work-11911638
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