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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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    1. 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 15 and 16 Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form LQ: Can I actively listen and learn from others? Miss L. Hamilton

    2. 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: Due: Poetry Videos Set: You have each been given a poem – your task is to analyse the poem and teach it to the class. You must have an introductory activity and then a way of fully annotating the poem. Due: Next week (lessons 18-20) The Long Queen Map Woman History Anon The Light Gatherer The Dreaming Week Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form Can I analyse poems and consider them from different perspectives? Miss L. Hamilton

    3. 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 actively listen and learn from others? How much progress will you make today? Outstanding progress: Reflect on each video and feedback in relation to the success criteria. Add to your notes and consider the tone, mood and most poignant moments Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form Excellent progress: Consider the interpretation of the poem within the presentation – can you consider different view points to this poem Good Progress: Watch the videos and add to your annotations in your anthologies

    4. 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: Class Activity • Watch the poetry videos: • How do you feel after each one? • Which part was your favourite? • What questions do you now have about this poem? • Evaluate and feedback after each video • Add to your annotations Outstanding Progress: Impressive video showing a unique interpretation and reflection on tone, language and structure. Interesting quotes selected and music and image used to support ideas Excellent Progress: Interesting and unique interpretations shown through a confident video with well chosen images, music and quotes Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form Good Progress: Clear presentation showing an understanding of the poem with reference to appropriate quotes LQ: Can I actively listen and learn from others? Miss L. Hamilton

    5. 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 actively listen and learn from others? How much progress will you make today? Outstanding progress: Reflect on each video and feedback in relation to the success criteria. Add to your notes and consider the tone, mood and most poignant moments Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form Excellent progress: Consider the interpretation of the poem within the presentation – can you consider different view points to this poem Good Progress: Watch the videos and add to your annotations in your anthologies