This 26 slide PPT contains approximately 4 hours worth of lessons (depending on your class and their pace) analysing ‘London' by William Blake.
This resource is specifically tailored to the new WJEC/Eduqas Anthology for teaching from September 2015, although it would be suitable for analysis for other exam boards, especially for the ‘unseen’ element of the exam.
It covers first impressions, opportunities for detailed language/poetic technique analysis, discussion and analysis about tone, structure, themes and context. Homework and revision opportunities are also built in.
One of the activities on structure, makes comparisons between this poem and 'Living Space' by Imtiaz Dharker. (The resource for Living Space can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/mini-poetry-scheme-living-space-by-imtiaz-dharker-wjec-eduqas-11084407)
Each activity is linked to the AO’s (of which there is a student-friendly version) and there is a set of grade criteria/banding towards the end of the PPT, for peer/self-assessment.
Some activities are for individual completion, some pair and group work and an opportunity to respond to an exam question at the end, with some hints about how to structure a response.
Check out my other resources for use with the Eduqas Poetry Anthology.
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