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Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08
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Yr11 Litpoetry 5/3/08

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  • 1. Objectives:
    • To further analyse ‘Storm on the Island’
    • To be able to explore links with the other poems
    • To introduce a new poem…
  • 2. The AOs:
    • Critical, sensitive response to the poems using textual evidence
    • Explore how language, structure and forms contribute to meaning
    • Consider different approaches and interpretations
    • Explore and evaluate relationships and comparisons within and between the poems
  • 3. ‘ Storm on the Island’ By Seamus Heaney
  • 4. So, just a bad storm then, etc etc…
  • 5. LINKS!!!! OFF YOU GO – YOU SHOULD BE GOOD AT THIS BY NOW!
  • 6. Main Heading: ‘Nature’
    • Look back through the poems and your notes
    • Write down some comments under the main heading above
    • How have many of the poets so far explored or ‘used’ NATURE in their poems?
  • 7. Main Heading: ‘Death/Loss’
    • Now, do the same for this heading…
  • 8. ‘ Patrolling Barnegat’ By Walt Whitman
  • 9. Er…. No idea Sir…
  • 10. What do you notice about the final word in each line? What effect does this achieve? PRESENT PARTICIPLE; NOT GRAMMATICALLY COMPLETE SENTENCE EFFECT?????
  • 11. SONNET?
  • 12. Key notes:
    • Barnegat Bay, North end of Long Beach Island, New Jersey
    • Known as a dangerous and unpredictable sea passage
    • Whitman was an American poet 1819-1892
    • Poetry about simple events, democracy, nature
    • An atmospheric poem about the force and power of the sea…
  • 13. Cross reference: You know what to do…. … 7 minutes…

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