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The poetry resources here are hugely detailed and are aimed to support staff and students at the very highest level. Other material here is useful for KS3/4 teaching at a whole range of levels where you can adapt expectations and outcomes according to ability.

The poetry resources here are hugely detailed and are aimed to support staff and students at the very highest level. Other material here is useful for KS3/4 teaching at a whole range of levels where you can adapt expectations and outcomes according to ability.
The Kraken - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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The Kraken - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘The Kraken’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics.
Journey's End - Lessons, Worksheets, Examples
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Journey's End - Lessons, Worksheets, Examples

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This Journey’s End bundle includes all of my resources on the text. Although having Flipchart access / ActivInspire will make this even easier to use - with everything quite literally ready to go to teach a superb unit on the play - even without that, the resources include that which could be easily transfered to PowerPoint or adjusted to suit exact teaching style and preferences. Ultimately, there is everything that you could need in order to teach the text to a high level with the ability to differentiate according to ability - it is certainly one of my favourite texts to teach!
Written Near a Port on a Dark Evening - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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Written Near a Port on a Dark Evening - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘Written Near a Port on a Dark Evening’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics. This one also includes questions to support independent annotation.
The Crucible - pp. 129-136
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The Crucible - pp. 129-136

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This resource is a podcast on The Crucible (page numbers correspond to the Oxford University Press Version) that analyses the language in detail. It can be used by teachers to develop their own annotations and understanding of the text or set as homeworks for the pupils in order for them to annotate their own texts / write detailed notes. Some of the scenes selected in this series of podcasts are most suitable for homeworks as that leaves extended lesson time to focus on the most important scenes in the play. This podcast is part of a series that helps to analyse, understand and annotate the entirety of Act 4 of The Crucible. This podcast covers the final scene of the play from Hathorne’s entrance all the way until Elizabeth’s final line: ‘He hath his goodness now. God forbid I take it from him!’
Stormcock in Elder - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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Stormcock in Elder - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘Stormcock in Elder’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics.
You Will Know When You Get There - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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You Will Know When You Get There - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘You Will Know When You Get There’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics. This one also includes questions to support independent annotation.
Cetacean - Fully Annotated Poem CIE Anthology
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Cetacean - Fully Annotated Poem CIE Anthology

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘Cetacean’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics.
The Sea Eats the Land at Home - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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The Sea Eats the Land at Home - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘The Sea Eats the Land at Home’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics. This one also includes a PowerPoint and questions to support independent annotation.
Journey's End - Example Essays, Questions and Paragraphs
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Journey's End - Example Essays, Questions and Paragraphs

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This is a bundle of resources that includes a range of example essays, questions and paragraphs on Journey’s End. This is a hugely useful resource providing teachers with ideas for essays / analysis of the text. Similarly, it can be a useful example to students for them as a model of the kind of analytical writing expected of them in KS3 for high level ability students.
Afternoon With Irish Cows - Annotated Poem CIE
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Afternoon With Irish Cows - Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘Afternoon With Irish Cows’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics.
Journey's End - Introduction Work
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Journey's End - Introduction Work

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This Journey’s End introductory work uses the well known accusation that soliders in WWI were ‘Lions led by donkeys’; using some images and a clip from Blackadder and verious discussion points, pupils are asked to reflect on the nature of the military leaders at the time. This resource can be used at the very start of the play for pp. 2-8 too (alongside the other resource in my shop if that is helpful).
The Caged Skylark - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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The Caged Skylark - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘The Caged Skylark’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics. This one also includes an ActivInspire and questions to support independent annotation.
Watching for Dolphins - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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Watching for Dolphins - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘Watching for Dolphins’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics.
Journey's End - Context and Pre-Reading
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Journey's End - Context and Pre-Reading

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These resources are excellent for pupils to use prior to starting the text - the book covers resource is a particular favourite (where it gives pupils the opportunity to discuss the function of books covers, explaining what themes and issues they anticipate in the text and explain their inference).
Ode on Melancholy - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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Ode on Melancholy - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of 'Ode on Melancholy’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics.
London Snow - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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London Snow - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘Cetacean’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics. This one also includes a PowerPoint and questions to support independent annotation.
The Poplar-Field - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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The Poplar-Field - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘The Poplar-Field’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics.
The Buck in the Snow - Fully Annotated Poem CIE
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The Buck in the Snow - Fully Annotated Poem CIE

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This is a fully annotated version of ‘Cetacean’ that incudes line by line analysis of imagery, language, structure, tone etc. The analysis is also colour-coded so that points are already divided into suggested topics / paragraphs. It also includes a helpful student handout to support study (pre annotation) that gives an overview, key structural / form observations and a suggested division of the poem into topics. This one also includes additional questions to support independent analysis and annotations.
In Praise of Creation - CIE Poetry Anthology English Literature Podcast
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In Praise of Creation - CIE Poetry Anthology English Literature Podcast

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This is a poetry podcast in support of ‘In Praise of Creation’ - currently on offer as part of Stories of Ourselves on the CIE English Literature specification. It is a great resources for both teachers as students alike. It includes detailed analysis of the entire poem, a suggested division into main topics / paragraphs and some suggested personal responses.
The Crucible - pp. 33-40 Podcast
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The Crucible - pp. 33-40 Podcast

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This resource is a podcast on the Crucible Text (page numbers correspond to the Oxford University Press Version) that analyses the language in detail. It can be used by teachers to develop their own annotations and understanding of the text or set as homeworks for the pupils in order for them to annotate their own texts / write detailed notes. Some of the scenes selected in this series of podcasts are most suitable for homeworks as that leaves extended lesson time to focus on the most important scenes in the play. This podcast focuses on analysing the section where the narrative voice describes Hale (‘loaded down with half a dozen heavy books’) until his interrogation of Abigail about their dancing in the woods.