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Poetry analysis - Intro lesson
Poetry analysis - Intro lesson
Poetry analysis - Intro lesson
Poetry analysis - Intro lesson
Poetry analysis - Intro lesson
Poetry analysis - Intro lesson
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  • 1. Anagrams: S M I L E •TRUTCURES Think about analysing •GINNEAM poetry…. What could these •YEGIMRA initials represent? •GELANUAG •TEFFEC
  • 2. Wednesday, 5th February 2014 Today’s Lesson Objective: To learn a structure for analysing poetry.
  • 3. S M I L E STRUCTURE MEANING IMAGERY LANGUAGE EFFECT ON THE READER
  • 4. The Task  Examine the way various poets present power and control in their work. You should focus on their use of narrative, language structure and imagery. You will again have one hour and thirty minutes to write your response
  • 5. A framework for poetry analysis  In your groups you are going to be preparing to teach the rest of the class about your area of the SMILE poetry analysis framework.  STRUCTURE  MEANING  IMAGERY  LANGUAGE  EFFECT ON THE READER
  • 6. In your groups  Read through the information you have been given and prepare to teach the rest of the class about your area of the analysis framework.  Decide what the most important parts of your area are and summarise them so the rest of the class can complete their table for use in future lessons.
  • 7. Group presentations  As each group feeds back make notes to complete you analysis framework table.  This will be used in future lessons to help you analyse the poetry for this section of the CA.
  • 8. Today’s Lesson Objective: To learn a structure for analysing poetry. In today’s Lesson, I’ve learnt….

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