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Aims of the lesson. To understand how the poem Exposure fits into the collection To examine how the imagery is used to create meaning. Wilfred Owen. Signed up to fight in WW1 at the age of 22 Owen wrote frankly about his experiences of war.

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aims of the lesson

Aims of the lesson

To understand how the poem Exposure fits into the collection

To examine how the imagery is used to create meaning

wilfred owen
Wilfred Owen
  • Signed up to fight in WW1 at the age of 22
  • Owen wrote frankly about his experiences of war.
  • He talked openly about the suffering and horror that he witnessed which contrasted with the positive and patriotic images of war propaganda which was encouraged in Britain.
  • He was killed one week before the end of the war at the age of 25
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Have a look at the following two images...what impression do you get about the living conditions of the soldiers?

language and imagery
Language and Imagery

In your group, discuss the phrase which you have been assigned from the list below. Analyse the phrase together.

a. Merciless iced east winds

b. Mad gusts tugging on the wire

c. Twitching agonies of men among its brambles

d. Like a dull rumour of some other war

e. Poignant misery of dawn

f. Dawn massing in the east her melancholy army

g. The air that shudders black with snow

h. Pale flakes with fingering stealth

self assessment
Self assessment
  • Did my partner name a language device?
  • Did my partner integrate quotes effectively?
  • Did my partner comment on how the language conveys the poet’s ideas?
  • Did my partner develop their argument by making links to another part in the poem?
  • Did my partner use the key words of the question in their final line to show they had answered the question?

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What have you learned? Pick out one example from the poem which explores the idea of clashes and collisions