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1 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Year 12: AS Level English ‘Struggle for Identity in Modern Literature’ Lesson 23 Year 12: AS Level English ‘Struggle for Identity in Modern Literature’ Lesson 23 Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights LQ: Can I actively listen and learn from others? LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem?

2 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem? Homework Reminder: Due: The Feminine Gospels are a collection of poems written for women, and seek to portray men as the oppressive gender How far do you agree? Set: “Like the sand and the oyster, it’s a creative irritant. In each poem, I’m trying to reveal a truth.” How much do you agree with Duffy’s commentary on her poetry? Homework Reminder: Due: The Feminine Gospels are a collection of poems written for women, and seek to portray men as the oppressive gender How far do you agree? Set: “Like the sand and the oyster, it’s a creative irritant. In each poem, I’m trying to reveal a truth.” How much do you agree with Duffy’s commentary on her poetry?

3 Good Progress: Read the poem and explore your given area of language and structure Excellent progress: Listen to feedback and consolidate ideas considering how specific language and structure add to the tone and message of the poem Outstanding progress: Write an analytical response considering the struggle in the poem. Fully annotate the poem and consider different interpretations and links to other poems How much progress will you make today? LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem? Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights

4 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Can I analyse poems and consider them from different perspectives? Starter: Introduction If you were given the chance – what would you like to shout about? List the things down and compare them with your partner – are there any similarities? Starter: Introduction If you were given the chance – what would you like to shout about? List the things down and compare them with your partner – are there any similarities? LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem?

5 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Can I analyse poems and consider them from different perspectives? Introduction: Individual Reflection and Class Discussion How does this make you feel? “Parents with mutilated children have been turned away from the empty hospital and told to hire smugglers to take them across the border to Quetta, a Pakistani frontier city at least 6 hours away by car.” (Afghanistan, 28 th October 2001) Introduction: Individual Reflection and Class Discussion How does this make you feel? “Parents with mutilated children have been turned away from the empty hospital and told to hire smugglers to take them across the border to Quetta, a Pakistani frontier city at least 6 hours away by car.” (Afghanistan, 28 th October 2001) LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem?

6 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Can I analyse poems and consider them from different perspectives? Main Task 1: Class Reading Read Loud on page 25 What are your first impressions? What is voice of the poem shouting about? Main Task 1: Class Reading Read Loud on page 25 What are your first impressions? What is voice of the poem shouting about? LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem?

7 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Can I analyse poems and consider them from different perspectives? Main Task 2: Group Task In 5 groups find examples of one of the following: Similes Metaphors Animalistic imagery Onomatopoeia Alliteration/sibilance Feedback findings and consolidate ideas on how the language is used in this poem to convey the ideas Main Task 2: Group Task In 5 groups find examples of one of the following: Similes Metaphors Animalistic imagery Onomatopoeia Alliteration/sibilance Feedback findings and consolidate ideas on how the language is used in this poem to convey the ideas LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem?

8 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Can I analyse poems and consider them from different perspectives? Main Task 3: Group Task In 5 groups explore and find examples of one of the following: Repetition Rhyme Short phrases Listing Numbers of syllables and lines in stanzas Feedback findings and consolidate ideas on how the structure is used in this poem to convey the ideas Main Task 3: Group Task In 5 groups explore and find examples of one of the following: Repetition Rhyme Short phrases Listing Numbers of syllables and lines in stanzas Feedback findings and consolidate ideas on how the structure is used in this poem to convey the ideas LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem?

9 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights LQ: Can I actively listen and learn from others? Excellent Progress: Use of second quote helps to support the point being made which is communicated clearly and confidently Outstanding Progress: Impressive communication of point using appropriate quotes to support. Consideration of critical interpretations and links to other poems Good Progress: Interesting point considering the effects of language/structure on the purpose of the poem LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem? Main Task 4: Paired Analysis Pick a struggle from the list below: Struggle to be heard over noise and devastation Struggle to communicate views on world due to sheer amount of conflict and violence around her Struggle to be understood among those who have different views Find evidence to support it and write an analytical response Main Task 4: Paired Analysis Pick a struggle from the list below: Struggle to be heard over noise and devastation Struggle to communicate views on world due to sheer amount of conflict and violence around her Struggle to be understood among those who have different views Find evidence to support it and write an analytical response

10 Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights LQ: Can I actively listen and learn from others? Plenary: Reflection 1.Peer evaluate paragraphs 2.Reflect on the poem – complete annotations and complete revision table Plenary: Reflection 1.Peer evaluate paragraphs 2.Reflect on the poem – complete annotations and complete revision table Excellent Progress: Use of second quote helps to support the point being made which is communicated clearly and confidently Outstanding Progress: Impressive communication of point using appropriate quotes to support. Consideration of critical interpretations and links to other poems Good Progress: Interesting point considering the effects of language/structure on the purpose of the poem LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem?

11 Good Progress: Read the poem and explore your given area of language and structure Excellent progress: Listen to feedback and consolidate ideas considering how specific language and structure add to the tone and message of the poem Outstanding progress: Write an analytical response considering the struggle in the poem. Fully annotate the poem and consider different interpretations and links to other poems How much progress will you make today? LQ: Can I find examples of specific language and structural techniques and explore how these add to the message of the poem? Extend your Bishop Justus 6 th Form Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance, symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights


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