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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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Extend your thinking 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

Year 12: AS Level English

‘Struggle for Identity in Modern Literature’

Lesson Seven

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Homework

Essay Due – ‘How does Duffy use form, structure and language to present her ideas of the stereotypical portrayal of women in two poems of your choice.’

Set – Create a revision table of the poems we have studied so far which covers all the aspects within the AOs

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

Homework extends learning

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

Homework extends learning

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding progress: Sophisticated analysis and confident comparison using a mature and well developed essay style

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

Excellent progress: Interesting interpretation and analysis of the poem showing an understanding of the effect of structure

Good Progress: Confident analysis of form and structure with a suitable comparative


Extend your thinking 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

Starter: Individual Activity

Write down everything you need to do today

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Starter: Individual Activity

Write down everything you need to do today

Swap with your partner and see how they have presented their work

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Introduction: Group Discussions

What effect can listing information have?

Find examples of listing in the poems we have studied so far and discuss the effect of this type of structure

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Task 1: Paired Discussions

Read the poem ‘The Virgin’s Memo’

Discuss and summarise the message in 3 words, share these with the rest of the class.

Come up with one word to describe each aspect:

Tone

Pace

Aural Choices

Ending

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Main Task: Paired Analysis Task

How does Duffy use form and structure to convey her message in the poem ‘The Virgin’s Memo’. Compare to another poem of your choice.

Outstanding Progress:

Sophisticated communication of a unique point using extended vocabulary and literary terminology and comparing to another suitable poem

Ext: Think of a point that no one else will think of

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

Excellent Progress:

Interesting and unique interpretations and analysis

Good Progress:

Confident and thorough analysis using the formula and a second embedded quote

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Modelled Paragraph:

Duffy uses a listing structure in the poem ‘The Virgin’s Memo’ to convey a woman’s representation of creation and their value in society. “Maybe not rats son” The uncertainty in the language shows a hesitancy suggesting the lack of power held by women, not only in potentially the modern day, but throughout history. It also presents a stereotype as the Virgin Mary’s requests items such as rats, snakes and spiders to be eliminated from the world and creatures such as the unicorn to remain. The fact that this isn’t the case portrays the idea that woman are not valued or listened to. The long list and use of the phrase “son” gives the impression that the list is continuous and boring and seems like a list of chores set by a mother. The reader is overwhelmed by the negativity and ugly nature of the language and ideas used and leads them to link this to society itself in the way that women are treated.

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

Plenary: Individual Creative Task

Convert your to do list from the starter into a poem using form and structure to convey your mood towards the tasks that lay ahead of you

Ext: Extend your vocabulary and try to use literary techniques

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

Miss L. Hamilton


Extend your thinking 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

LQ: Can I analyse the structure of a poem and compare it to another?

How much progress will you make today?

Outstanding progress: Sophisticated analysis and confident comparison using a mature and well developed essay style

Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form

Excellent progress: Interesting interpretation and analysis of the poem showing an understanding of the effect of structure

Good Progress: Confident analysis of form and structure with a suitable comparative


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