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Poetry Essay aims to provide you with a range of English and Media resources to support students' learning.
Media Studies A Level – 60 Independent Study / Homework Tasks
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Media Studies A Level – 60 Independent Study / Homework Tasks

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60 independent study or homework tasks for students studying Media Studies A Level. The two documents are divided into the first (AS) and second (A2) year of study, with 30 different Media Studies tasks per resource. They can be given to students at the beginning of an academic year, to be completed weekly. The Media Studies activities are designed to encourage students to think critically about the media. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay's website.
Camera Shots, Camera Angles, Camera Movement
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Camera Shots, Camera Angles, Camera Movement

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24 of the most popular camera shots, camera angles and camera movement used. This resource is particularly helpful for students studying Media Studies, English, Photography or Film Studies. Equally, this could be used with other Media-based projects in other year groups.
Lesson Plan Template / Completed Example
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Lesson Plan Template / Completed Example

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This lesson plan template has been constructed to support the planning of well-structured lessons. It can be easily edited for different subject areas. A completed English lesson plan has been included, using this template, to support filling in each section. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
Extended Project Qualification – Production Log Prompts (AQA)
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Extended Project Qualification – Production Log Prompts (AQA)

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This Extended Project Qualification production log prompts document contains useful tips, questions and exemplar answers for students and staff (supervisor / centre coordinator). It has been developed around AQA’s production log and aims to simplify the process of filling in the production log. The Extended Project Qualification is widely recognised by universities and it is equivalent to half an A Level. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
‘The Wife of Bath’s Prologue’ Essay
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‘The Wife of Bath’s Prologue’ Essay

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This essay is based on Geoffrey Chaucer’s ‘The Wife of Bath’s Prologue’. It would be helpful to A Level students studying ‘The Wife of Bath’s Prologue’. It is approximately 2,532 words long and 5 pages in length. The essay answers the following question: How does late-medieval literature address the tensions between the urge to conform with, and to contest, religious authority (in the form of clergy/religious texts, or both)? Answer with reference to ‘The Wife of Bath’s Prologue’. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
‘A Christmas Carol’ – Context
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‘A Christmas Carol’ – Context

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This 6-page document concisely outlines the context to ‘A Christmas Carol’. Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ is often studied by students at GCSE standard. Students are now required to relate key quotes to contextual information and this document should support that. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
'King Lear' Essay
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'King Lear' Essay

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This essay is based on William Shakespeare’s ‘King Lear’. It would be helpful to A Level students studying ‘King Lear’. It is approximately 2,837 words long and 5 pages in length. The essay answers the following question: To what extent would you agree that the ‘evil’ characters in ‘King Lear’ have few redeeming qualities? For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
‘Jane Eyre’ Essay
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‘Jane Eyre’ Essay

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This essay is based on Charlotte Brontë’s ‘Jane Eyre’. It would be helpful to A Level students studying ‘Jane Eyre’. It is approximately 2,237 words long and 5 pages in length. The essay answers the following question: A novel of “rage and rebellion” to one of its contemporary reviewers, there sometimes seem to be as many Jane Eyres as there have been new generations and constituencies of readers. Post war feminist criticism has argued about whether it is a parable of women’s resistance to male domination, or a richly historical story about empire, class, race and nation. Can Jane Eyre be both of these, and a romance too? Support your argument with close textual analysis. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
Able, Gifted and Talented Policy - Whole School
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Able, Gifted and Talented Policy - Whole School

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Able, Gifted and Talented Policy. This Able, Gifted and Talented Policy is five pages long and can be modified for any school. Copy and paste the required information into a suitable document and tailor it to your school’s specific needs.
‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ and ‘The Changeling’ Essay
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‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ and ‘The Changeling’ Essay

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This essay is based on ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ and ‘The Changeling’. It would be helpful to A Level students studying these texts. It is approximately 2,040 words long and 4 pages in length. The essay answers the following question: Compare the ways the writers of Lady Chatterley’s Lover and The Changeling portray women choosing self-fulfilment over duty? For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
Extended Project Qualification Posters
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Extended Project Qualification Posters

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These two Extended Project Qualification posters display key information about the course and examples of topics previously studied. The qualification is widely recognised by universities and it is equivalent to half an A Level. The Extended Project Qualification posters have been created in high resolution – square shaped – so that they can used as a classroom display or possibly for an Options Evening. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
W B Yeats - 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come To Nothing’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions
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W B Yeats - 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come To Nothing’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions

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Annotation prompts for W B Yeats’ 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come To Nothing’. 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come To Nothing’ is addressing a companion whose work has been futile or unproductive. It is about maintaining dignity and integrity in the face of defeat. The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further poetry analysis and interpretation. Resources included: an editable PowerPoint presentation on W B Yeats’ 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come To Nothing’; a poetry planning table; 20 poetry analysis questions; and a booklet containing the poetry questions, with space to respond. This poetry resource complements the video annotation of W B Yeats’ 'To a Friend Whose Work Has Come To Nothing’, on Poetry Essay’s YouTube channel.
W H Auden – ‘In Memory of W B Yeats’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet
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W H Auden – ‘In Memory of W B Yeats’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet

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Annotation prompts for W H Auden’s ‘In Memory of W B Yeats’. ‘In Memory of W B Yeats’ is an elegy – it mourns death. The poem commemorates the life and work of the Irish poet William Butler Yeats (13.06.1865 – 28.01.1939). The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further poetry analysis and interpretation. Resources included: an editable PowerPoint presentation on W H Auden’s ‘In Memory of W B Yeats’; a poetry planning table; 20 poetry analysis questions; and a booklet containing the poetry questions, with space to respond. This poetry resource complements the video annotation of W H Auden’s ‘In Memory of W B Yeats’, on Poetry Essay’s YouTube channel.
W H Auden – ‘O lurcher-loving collier, black as night’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions
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W H Auden – ‘O lurcher-loving collier, black as night’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions

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Annotation prompts for W H Auden’s ‘O lurcher-loving collier, black as night’. ‘O lurcher-loving collier, black as night’ is a poem that describes a collier (a coal miner or person who carries or sells coal). The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further poetry analysis and interpretation. Resources included: an editable PowerPoint presentation on W H Auden’s ‘O lurcher-loving collier, black as night’; a poetry planning table; 20 poetry analysis questions; and a booklet containing the poetry questions, with space to respond. This poetry resource complements the video annotation of W H Auden’s ‘O lurcher-loving collier, black as night’, on Poetry Essay’s YouTube channel.
Punctuation Definitions – A4 Display
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Punctuation Definitions – A4 Display

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This punctuation display presents simplified definitions of all the key punctuation marks, which can be printed on separate sheets of A4 paper. English students are expected to be familiar with all of these punctuation marks and this makes their task easier. The punctuation definitions work particularly well as a classroom display. For more learning resources, please visit Poetry Essay’s website.
W B Yeats - 'A Coat' – Annotation – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet
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W B Yeats - 'A Coat' – Annotation – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet

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Annotation prompts for W B Yeats’ ‘A Coat’. ‘A Coat’ is literally about an outer garment with sleeves; a natural covering (e.g. fur of an animal); a layer or covering of anything. However, this coat could be an extended metaphor for Yeats relinquishing an older style, belief or poetic voice, and embracing another one. The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further poetry analysis and interpretation. Resources included: an editable PowerPoint presentation on W B Yeats’ ‘A Coat’; a poetry planning table; 20 poetry analysis questions; and a booklet containing the poetry questions, with space to respond. This poetry resource complements the video annotation of W B Yeats’ ‘A Coat’, on Poetry Essay’s YouTube channel.
Seamus Heaney – ‘Blackberry-Picking’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet
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Seamus Heaney – ‘Blackberry-Picking’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet

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Annotation prompts for Seamus Heaney’s ‘Blackberry-Picking’. ‘Blackberry-Picking’ concentrates on collecting and stockpiling wild fruit during late August. The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further poetry analysis and interpretation. Resources included: an editable PowerPoint presentation on Seamus Heaney’s ‘Blackberry-Picking’; a poetry planning table; 20 poetry analysis questions; and a booklet containing the poetry questions, with space to respond. This poetry resource complements the video annotation of Seamus Heaney’s ‘Blackberry-Picking’, on Poetry Essay’s YouTube channel. For support writing a poetry essay, please check out this essay writing resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/poetry-analysis-support-essay-writing-template-sentence-starters-annotation-prompts-12034083
Simon Armitage – ‘Remains’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet
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Simon Armitage – ‘Remains’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet

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Annotation prompts for Simon Armitage’s ‘Remains’. ‘Remains’ is an anecdotal account of a looter who is shot by three soldiers and the consequences that follow. The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further poetry analysis and interpretation. Resources included: an editable PowerPoint presentation on Simon Armitage’s ‘Remains’; a poetry planning table; 20 poetry analysis questions; and a booklet containing the poetry questions, with space to respond. This poetry resource complements the video annotation of Simon Armitage’s ‘Remains’, on Poetry Essay’s YouTube channel. For support writing a poetry essay, please check out this essay writing resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/poetry-analysis-support-essay-writing-template-sentence-starters-annotation-prompts-12034083
Seamus Heaney – ‘Mid-Term Break’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet
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Seamus Heaney – ‘Mid-Term Break’ – Annotation / Planning Table / Questions / Booklet

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Annotation prompts for Seamus Heaney’s ‘Mid-Term Break’. ‘Mid-Term Break’ is about the death of Heaney’s younger sibling, Christopher, who was killed by a car, aged four. The annotation prompts are a supportive tool, intended to encourage further poetry analysis and interpretation. Resources included: an editable PowerPoint presentation on Seamus Heaney’s ‘Mid-Term Break’; a poetry planning table; 20 poetry analysis questions; and a booklet containing the poetry questions, with space to respond. This poetry resource complements the video annotation of Seamus Heaney’s ‘Mid-Term Break’, on Poetry Essay’s YouTube channel. For support writing a poetry essay, please check out this essay writing resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/poetry-analysis-support-essay-writing-template-sentence-starters-annotation-prompts-12034083