Teach your students how to compare poems for GCSE English.
The WJEC Eduqas GCSE in English literature encourages learners to develop knowledge and skills in reading, writing and critical thinking. It provides learners with opportunities to read widely for pleasure across a range of high quality texts in the genres of prose, poetry and drama and to develop an understanding of how literature.
Introduction: Poetry is a way to express opinions and ideas and this can often be more effectively achieved through song. Analysing a poem or song lyrics involves explaining the subject matter, identifying and discussing the impact of using poetic devices and commenting on the mood created.
GCSE War Poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” and “For the Fallen”, are both poems about war. “The Charge of the Light Brigade” written by Alfred Tennyson on 14th November 1854, describes an event in the Crimean war. Britain and France were concerned that Russia may power southwards, so they attacked Russia at Balaclava.
War Photographer James Nachtwey explains his motivations for photographing conflict. Taken from Christian Frei's documentary 'War Photographer'. Used alongside teaching of Carol Ann Duffy's 'War Photographer' for AQA English Literature GCSE 1-9.
Studying and Revision - English Literature - Poetry Comparisons. It'll either be Storm on the Island or London tomorrow, and your boi is hoping she can talk about the power of nature because The Prelude is 100% the best poem in this anthology.
Analyse, explore and evaluate Carole Satyamurti's 'War Photographer' poem from the 'Conflict' cluster of the Edexcel GCSE English Literature Anthology. This lesson guides students through the language, form, structure, imagery and context of the poem in a fun and engaging way, as well as looking at potential points of comparison for the exam.
In this section you will find various assignments that are to be completed following the lesson schedule. You will be asked to answer questions based on the chapters you have read for each lesson.; We will be discussing the novel through the general questions in class.; And you will be writing an essay between 500-600 words. You may choose your own essay question out of one of four possible.