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IGCSE English Literature 0475 - A Raisin in the Sun
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IGCSE English Literature 0475 - A Raisin in the Sun

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Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English 0475 - 2021 Drama Text Paper 2 or 3 A selection of resources to support students through a close reading of the beginning of Act III - ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ by Lorraine Hansberry. Essay Question: Consider how the relationship between Asagai and Beneatha is developed at the start of Act III. Starter activity - dramatic techniques matching activity (answers included) **Passage Close Reading summary chart ** individual or large group (Bus Stop) activity. **Cheat Sheet **- Dramatic techniques, examples and effects Notes and analysis for the whole scene - student handout. Suitable for extension, group work. Could even be a stand alone activity to identify or reinforce knowledge of modern dramatic techniques. Created for IGCSE English Literature Drama Paper 2021
AS English Literature  9695  - All My Sons
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AS English Literature 9695 - All My Sons

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Cambridge International AS and A Level English - Literature (9695) Paper 1: Drama and Poetry 2021-2022 Content Test - Opening Scene: * ‘All My Sons’ by Arthur Miller* Use as a worksheet or test to reinforce knowledge of the expositon scene of this play. A focus on close reading skills. Questions include: setting symbolism genre plot dramatic and language techniques characterisation Allow one hour for your students to complete if this is to be used as a test. Two hours as a close reading learning exercise.
'First March' by Ivor Gurney: Annotation
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'First March' by Ivor Gurney: Annotation

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A scanned copy of my annotation notes of the poem First March using pen and highlighters. Designed for Cambridge International AS English Literature Syllabus, Paper 1, Section B: Poetry: Songs of Ourselves, Volume 2 Includes a link to an interactive vocabulary matching exercise designed to support English second language students in their reading of the poem: https://wordwall.net/resource/16252698
Poetry Reading Prompt- The Sound of Trees
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Poetry Reading Prompt- The Sound of Trees

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**Robert Frost - ‘The Sound of Trees’ A prompt sheet including** five questions to guide students through a first reading **of Robert Frost’s poem ‘The Sound of Trees’. Focus on imagery and sound devices Page 2 - includes the poem and space to annotate and a list of literary techniques found in the poem. Orignially created for: Poetry syllabus: Cambridge International AS English Literature (9695) Also suitable as a lesson to teach sensory imagery, in particular sound devices. Blow up to A3 size for an effective group activity.