Contextualised introduction to ‘Look We Have Coming to Dover!’ and ‘The Deliverer’ with annotated poems too. Attempts to analyse both with reference to different ideas and theoretical perspectives on inequality.
For A-level English syllabus.
"Compare the ways poets present ideas about power in ‘Ozymandias’ and in one other poem from ‘Power and conflict.’”
Ozymandias and My Last Ducheess are compared with reference to some theoretical positions too.
This is not a complete essay but an exemplar for students to begin thinking about their own responses.
Poems of the Decade are a part of the English Literature A Level or AS Level provided by Edexcel.
For A Level, poetry is part of the third exam and in total accounts for 30% of the qualification. One half of that exam made up of the Post-2000 poetry that is part of the Poems of the Decade Anthology, and the other half a selection of Pre-1900 poetry, such as English Romantic Verse
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Question 8 or 9
Component 2 - Non-fiction and Transactional writing
Includes annotated beginning to answer the question:
Write an article for a magazine about an interesting hobby or activity.
In your article, you could include:
• what the interesting hobby or activity is and who it appeals to
• facts or information about the hobby or activity
• what the positives and negatives of your chosen hobby or activity are as well as any other ideas you might have. (40 marks)
Includes Revision Quiz at the end.
GCSE Tutoring Lesson on An Inspector Calls with a glossary of some useful terms related to the context of the play, and a word on assessment at the beginning (this can be removed if unecessary).
Essay paragraphs on the question:
How are the younger Birling’s, Sheila and Eric, different from their parents (and Gerald) in An Inspector Calls?