Poetry Comparison. Hitcher and Education for Leisure. To analyse poetic techniques To complete a detailed response – about two pages. Learning Objectives. What do you think a poem called ‘Hitcher’ might be about? What do you think a poem called ‘Education for Leisure’ might describe?.
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Poetry Comparison Hitcher and Education for Leisure
To analyse poetic techniques To complete a detailed response – about two pages Learning Objectives
What do you think a poem called ‘Hitcher’ might be about? What do you think a poem called ‘Education for Leisure’ might describe? What do these titles suggest?
What is this poem about read though and watch the video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOM6NBeaGz8&feature=related Hitcher
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZXmUsQQYPo&feature=fvst Write your next paragraph. Education for Leisure by Carol ann Duffy is a sinister poem, it is about… Education for Leisure
‘Hitcher’ by Simon Armitage tells the story of… Carol ann Duffy’s poem ‘Education for Leisure’ has a slightly different focus, her poem is about… Paragraphs one & two
‘Hitcher’ begins with the line “…..” this suggests…. ‘Education for Leisure’ is also a sinister poem, its opening line is… Now write the next section of your essay.
Use the plan as a guideline. The paragraph numbers are just suggestions. Try to write as much as possible P4 is where you should write loads – optimistically about 4 paragraphs You are going to continue writing
Am I making good progress? Am I proud of my work today or could I do better? Am I working at GCSE grade C or higher – how can prove it? Progress
A*/A Very detailed response. Paragraphs are organised well. The writer has engaged with the poems and given a personal analytical response. There are lots of quotes and explanations. B – Very detailed. Clear understanding and analysis of techniques used. Explicit understanding of the poem. Lots of quotes not as many as there could be. C – Detailed. Clear understanding. Some explanations of quotes. Some explanations of themes and ideas Plenary