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Introduction to Unseen Poetry

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Colette Thompson

on 16 June 2014

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Transcript of Introduction to Unseen Poetry

Then
The skills you will need.
Quiz Time
Get into teams of four
Exploding the myth
It's only a poem !
Today's learning Intentions
to get an overview of the skills you are being tested on in this part of the GCSE;
to get a picture of which skills you have already;
to try out those skills by looking at examples from two poems.
Unseen Poetry
in
GCSE English Literature

Give your team a name
You will now read some questions based on some of the skills you may already have.
Don't panic because it's a multiple choice quiz.
It will not be too difficult for you to understand because you will be doing lots of unseen poetry practice !
(ascertaining what you know already)
Identify what this poem: "Invictus" is about.
The Skills You Need
1. Explain what the poem is about.
(Meaning)
You can help each other !

2. Find
examples
to support
your ideas. (
Language
)
3. Explain how the
Poet's skills
are used.
The choice of poetry form (
structure
)
The
images
used to catch your imagination.
It's
effect
on you.
What might have happened to the speaker in the poem ?
Find examples
to support your ideas.
How is the poem divided up ?
Does the language of the poem have any impact on you ?
Does it rhyme ?
http://www.slideshare.net/mariettedutoitdodd/poetry-basics-introduction-to-poetry-analysis-and-forms
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