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  • Year 10 set 4 HAVE YOU HIT THE GROUND RUNNING? ARE YOU GETTING THE BASICS RIGHT?
  • Learning Questions: HOW IS BEN JONSON FEELING IN HIS POEM ‘ON MY FIRST SONNE’, AND HOW DOES HE GET THIS ACROSS TO THE READER? HOW DO POETS USE WORDS TO CREATE IMAGES?
  • GCSE Eng/Eng Lit COURSEWORK EXAMS Original Writing Media Shakespeare 20 th Century Drama (play) Prose Study (Novel) 3 Speaking & Listening Assessments Eng Paper1 Sec A: Questions on Non Fiction & Media texts Sec B: Writing to Argue Persuade or Advise Eng Paper 2 Sec A: Other Cultures Poetry Sec B: Writing Inf/Ex/Descr Lit Paper: ‘Of Mice & Men ’ And Poetry (Heaney & Clarke) Lang: 40% Lit:30% Lang:60% Lit:70% S K I L L S 20% of the 40%
  • What are they singing about? How are they feeling?
  • ‘ On My First Sonne’ By Ben Jonson 1616
  • What the hell is he going on about? It’s all in stupid olde English innit?
  • Why do you think these images are important to the poem?
  • Independent writing: Write me about three paragraphs about any feelings of ‘loss’ you have experienced. Try and explain your thoughts and emotions…
  • LOSS DEATH
  • ‘ Mid Term Break’ By Seamus Heaney
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  • ‘ Wearing a poppy bruise’ ‘ Snowdrops and candles’ ‘ Gaudy scars’ ‘ In the four foot box as in his cot’
  • ICT Task: Take the sheet of quotes with you. Find an effective image for each quote. Copy and paste into Word or Publisher (you may want to ‘edit’ the image etc…). Print before the end.