Poems fromOther Culturesand Traditions Group exploration
ProgressionHow far can you go with your poem analysis?
PROGRESSION: Analysing a poem               I can explain                               I can explore the               wh...
Two Outcomes:• A prepared reading of the poem• A presentation to the class of your poem  analysis.                        ...
Poems fromOther Culturesand Traditions   Group Exploration   Group Presentation
ProgressionHow far can you go with your poem analysis?
PROGRESSION: Analysing a poem     I                      I can explore the     I can see the        I can look at the     ...
Two Outcomes:• A prepared reading of the poem• A presentation to the class of your poem  analysis.
Success Criteria      Speaking and Listening Skills             Reading Skills (analysis)             Presentation        ...
Success Criteria Speaking and Listening Skills    1-5            Reading Skills (analysis)         1-5         Presentatio...
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  1. 1. Poems fromOther Culturesand Traditions Group exploration
  2. 2. ProgressionHow far can you go with your poem analysis?
  3. 3. PROGRESSION: Analysing a poem I can explain I can explore the what the Form (=structure and layout) poem poem is about overall I can make notes Language on the ideas and Imagery imagery used Rhyme and rhythmYear 9 - Poems from Other ToneCultures
  4. 4. Two Outcomes:• A prepared reading of the poem• A presentation to the class of your poem analysis. Success Criteria Speaking and Listening Skills Reading Skills (analysis) - Skills in Collaborative work Clarity and Quality of the - Skills in Presentation analysis Come up with a list Use information provided
  5. 5. Poems fromOther Culturesand Traditions Group Exploration Group Presentation
  6. 6. ProgressionHow far can you go with your poem analysis?
  7. 7. PROGRESSION: Analysing a poem I I can explore the I can see the I can look at the candescribe poem connections bigger what the between the bits picture by I can make notes on poem is about I’ve found out. reflecting and the ideas and generally evaluating. I can imagery used I can analyse of link the ideas of I have one different several poems idea about it techniques enhance together the messageYear 9 - Poems from OtherCultures
  8. 8. Two Outcomes:• A prepared reading of the poem• A presentation to the class of your poem analysis.
  9. 9. Success Criteria Speaking and Listening Skills Reading Skills (analysis) Presentation Clarity and Quality of the analysis * Show awareness of your audience • Read the poem aloud in a way thatby: helps others make sense of the- projecting your voice text- adopting an engaged body language • Offer a clear overview of the ideas and connecting with your audience and themes of the poem- varying tone and speed in response • Analyse (=explain the effects to audience’s reactions created by) some language (including imagery) and structural- rephrasing and clarifying as devices, as well as rhyme and necessary rhythm etc… • Aim to link the poem to other(s) poems we have studied. Highest response will compare / contrast.
  10. 10. Success Criteria Speaking and Listening Skills 1-5 Reading Skills (analysis) 1-5 Presentation Clarity and Quality of the analysis* Show awareness of your • Read the poem aloud in a way thataudience by: helps others make sense of the text- projecting your voice • Offer a clear overview of the ideas- adopting an engaged body and themes of the poem language and connecting with your audience • Analyse (=explain the effects created by) some language (including- varying tone and speed in imagery) and structural devices, as response to audience’s well as rhyme and rhythm etc… reactions • Aim to link the poem to other(s)- rephrasing and clarifying as poems we have studied. Highest necessary response will compare / contrast.TARGET (s):
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