This presentation will take you through, line by line, some of the key features that may be worth discussing in class about Gillian Clarke's 'Journey'. The analysis here is, largely, aimed at the CIE IGCSE English Literature Poetry examination - nevertheless, I hope it would be useful for anyone studying this poem.
I have also included, in each individual analysis, a series of seven 'revision prompts' that can be used at the start of lessons in order to generate some writing. You can get this separately in my shop, but I thought they'd be a nice bonus for these Line by Line analyses!
This presentation is part of my Gillian Clarke Bundle #2. This bundle includes analyses on: 'Catrin'; 'Pipistrelle'; 'Friesian Bull'; 'Journey'; 'Miracle on St David's Day', Family House' and 'Lunchtime Lecture' Within that bundle, I have also included a series of Mock Exam papers that you may find useful to use for revision with your class.
I also have an Ultimate Gillian Clarke Bundle that has everything I have created in it - I think that is more cost effective to pickup the whole bundle , but I know some people prefer to consider individual resources: hence listing it separately here!
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