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Year 10 C/W prep part two
Transcript of Year 10 C/W prep part two
How will you be assessed?
Use the mark scheme alongside your planning/writing to ensure you hit the assessment objectives.
1. The theme(s)/idea(s) explored
2. How the poet communicates these ideas using language, structure and form
How to approach an unseen poem
Annotating the poem
1. Work out what the poem is about
2. Work out the purpose, theme or message
3. Explore the emotions, moods or feelings
4. Identify use of techniques
5. Personal response to the poem (your feelings about the poem)
A*- A response
Insightful exploration of text
Closely analyses details in the poem to support interpretations
Evaluates poet's use of language, structure and form and effect on the reader
Original and alternative interpretations of ideas and themes
Excellent written communication
Really explores the text
Analyses detail of poem to support interpretations
Explores poet's use of language, structure and form and effects on reader
Gives original interpretations of ideas and themes
Shows good written communication
Essay writing skills
What is a thesis, anyway?
A thesis is a brief statement, usually one sentence, which tells the reader what the crux of your argument is going
to be. It is detailed enough to give your reader a map to your argument, or to highlight the most important
aspects of your argument, but not so detailed as to bog the reader down with too much data. Most importantly,
there should be no doubt in your reader’s mind about what your thesis statement is or how your paper is going to
progress from it.