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  1. Anthology Poetry Response Structure • Comparing Poems – Power and Conflict – 30 marks • Intro – what the two poems have in common – linked by key word from question. • Then, DETAILED PEACECPEACE /SEICSEI paragraphs about: • Meaning/Feelings and attitudes • Form and Structure • Language • ALL linked to key word. • Conclusion– direct comparison of both poems linked back to key word • ONLY COMPARE TWO POEMS!!! Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  2. Anthology Poetry Practice Questions: Planning • Like with language, planning properly BEFORE starting to write will help you gain marks. For each poem, plan to respond to the given question using these steps. • STEP 1: Read question and highlight key words • STEP 2:Annotate given poem in response to question – focus on KEY WORDS in question • STEP 3: Add quotes and analysis from chosen poem to RELEVANT bits in response to question – use different colour to make it obvious. Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  3. Anthology Poetry Practice Questions: Planning • Like with language, planning properly BEFORE starting to write will help you gain marks. For each poem, plan to respond to the given question using these steps. • STEP 1: Read question and highlight key words • STEP 2:Annotate given poem in response to question – focus on KEY WORDS in question • STEP 3: Add quotes and analysis from chosen poem to RELEVANT bits in response to question – use different colour to make it obvious. Compare the ways the poets explore ideas about identity in ‘Checking Out My History’ and one other poem from ‘Power and Conflict’ 5-7 mins annotating max! https://www.bbc.com/teach/class-clips-video/english-literature-ks3-gcse-checking-out-me-history-by-john-agard-poem-only/zm3sgwx Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  4. Let’s try annotating this one together – 5 mins only! Dem tell me Dem tell me Whadem want to tell me Bandage up me eye with me own history Blind me to me own identity Dem tell me bout 1066 and all dat dem tell me bout Dick Whittington and he cat But Toussaint L’Ouverture no dem never tell me bout dat Toussaint a slave with vision lick back Napoleon battalion and first Black Republic born Toussaint de thorn to de French Toussaint de beacon of de Haitian Revolution Dem tell me bout de man who discover de balloon and de cow who jump over de moon Dem tell me bout de dish ran away with de spoon but dem never tell me bout Nanny de maroon Nanny see-far woman of mountain dream fire-woman struggle hopeful stream to freedom river Compare the ways the poets explore ideas about identity in ‘Checking Out My History’ and one other poem from ‘Power and Conflict’ STEP 1: Read question and highlight key words STEP 2:Annotate given poem in response to question – focus on KEY WORDS in question STEP 3: Add quotes and analysis from chosen poem to RELEVANT bits in response to question – use different colour to make it obvious. Dem tell me bout Lord Nelson and Waterloo but dem never tell me bout Shaka de great Zulu Dem tell me bout Columbus and 1492 but what happen to de Caribs and de Arawaks too Dem tell me bout Florence Nightingale and she lamp and how Robin Hood used to camp Dem tell me bout ole King Cole was a merry ole soul but dem never tell me bout Mary Seacole From Jamaica she travel far to the Crimean War she volunteer to go and even when de British said no she still brave the Russian snow a healing star among the wounded a yellow sunrise to the dying Dem tell me Dem tell me whadem want to tell me But now I checking out me own history I carving out me identity John Agard

  5. 1. “Dick Whittington and he cat”: The legend describes Whittington’s rise from poverty-stricken childhood with the fortune he made through the sale of his cat to a rat-infested country. • 2. Toussaint L’Ouverture: a ruler who led the slaves to victory in the Haitian Revolution • 3. Napoleon: a French statesman and military leader who led several successful campaigns during the French Revolutionary Wars • 4. Haitian Revolution: The Haitian Revolution was a successful anti-slavery and anti-colonial insurrection by self-liberated slaves against French colonial rule in Saint-Domingue, • 5. De cow who jump over de moon: Hey Diddle Diddle is an English nursery rhyme • 6. Nanny de maroon: Queen Nanny or Nanny (c. 1686 – c. 1755), a Jamaica National Hero, was an 18th-century leader of the Jamaican Maroons • 7.Lord Nelson a British flag officer in the Royal Navy • 8.Waterloo: The Battle of Waterloo was fought on Sunday, 18 June 1815; the battle marked the end of the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815), which took the lives of 5 million people • 9. Shakade great Zulu: was one of the most influential monarchs of the Zulu Kingdom Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  6. 10. Columbus and 1492: Columbus left Spain in August 1492 with three ships, and after a stopover in the Canary Islands made landfall in the Americas on 12 October 11. Caribs and de Arawaks: Native people formerly inhabiting the Lesser Antilles, West Indies. They seem to have overrun the Lesser Antilles and to have driven out the Arawak about a century before the arrival of Christopher Columbus. 12. Florence Nightingale: Nightingale came to fame while serving as a manager and trainer of nurses during the Crimean War, in which she organised care for wounded soldiers 13. Robin Hood : Robin Hood is a legendary heroic outlaw 14. “ole King Cole”:Old King Cole" is a British nursery rhyme first attested in 1708 15. Mary Seacole: ABritish-Jamaican business woman and nurse who set up the "British Hotel" behind the lines during the Crimean War The narrator is talking about his identity and how it links to his knowledge of history. He was taught about British history but wasn’t taught about his Caribbean roots. He lists famous figures from history and questions why he doesn’t know about people from other cultures who did great things. He mentions men and women from diverse backgrounds who should be celebrated. At the end, he says he’s going to create his own identity based on his heritage. Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  7. Point – poem 1 • Evidence – poem 1 • Analysis – poem 1 • Close analysis – poem 1 • Effecton reader– poem 1 • Comparative word– likewise, similarly, in addition, on the other hand, unlike in, however • Point – poem 2 • Evidence – poem 2 • Analysis – poem 2 • Close analysis – poem 2 • Effect on reader– poem 2 Literature Paper 2Section A: Anthology Poetry After you have planned, have a go at writing one PEACECPEACE or SEICSEI paragraph in response to the question. To practise everything you’ll need to cover, I’ll ask you to focus on a different thing for each of your paragraphs. For this question focus your paragraph on… meaning/poet’s message, feelings and attitudes, language, structure At any point here, added comparisons to poem one would be helpful / beneficial 6+ ensure you are offering multiple interpretations and thinking outside the box!

  8. Anthology Poetry Practice Questions: Planning • Like with language, planning properly BEFORE starting to write will help you gain marks. For each poem, plan to respond to the given question using these steps. • STEP 1: Read question and highlight key words • STEP 2:Annotate given poem in response to question – focus on KEY WORDS in question • STEP 3: Add quotes and analysis from chosen poem to RELEVANT bits in response to question – use different colour to make it obvious. How do the poets present disturbing memories in ‘Remains’ and one other poem of your choice? Try to use a different poem from the ones you’ve used today already if you can/ it makes sense to! Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  9. Point – poem 1 • Evidence – poem 1 • Analysis – poem 1 • Close analysis – poem 1 • Effecton reader– poem 1 • Comparative word– likewise, similarly, in addition, on the other hand, unlike in, however • Point – poem 2 • Evidence – poem 2 • Analysis – poem 2 • Close analysis – poem 2 • Effect on reader– poem 2 Literature Paper 2Section A: Anthology Poetry After you have planned, have a go at writing one PEACECPEACE or SEICSEI paragraph in response to the question. To practise everything you’ll need to cover, I’ll ask you to focus on a different thing for each of your paragraphs. For this question focus your paragraph on… meaning/poet’s message, feelings and attitudes, language, structure At any point here, added comparisons to poem one would be helpful / beneficial 6+ ensure you are offering multiple interpretations and thinking outside the box!

  10. Anthology Poetry Practice Questions: Planning • Like with language, planning properly BEFORE starting to write will help you gain marks. For each poem, plan to respond to the given question using these steps. • STEP 1: Read question and highlight key words • STEP 2:Annotate given poem in response to question – focus on KEY WORDS in question • STEP 3: Add quotes and analysis from chosen poem to RELEVANT bits in response to question – use different colour to make it obvious. How do the poets present strong emotions in ‘My Last Duchess’ and one other poem of your choice? Try to use a different poem from the ones you’ve used today already if you can/ it makes sense to! Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  11. Point – poem 1 • Evidence – poem 1 • Analysis – poem 1 • Close analysis – poem 1 • Effecton reader– poem 1 • Comparative word– likewise, similarly, in addition, on the other hand, unlike in, however • Point – poem 2 • Evidence – poem 2 • Analysis – poem 2 • Close analysis – poem 2 • Effect on reader– poem 2 Literature Paper 2Section A: Anthology Poetry After you have planned, have a go at writing one PEACECPEACE or SEICSEI paragraph in response to the question. To practise everything you’ll need to cover, I’ll ask you to focus on a different thing for each of your paragraphs. For this question focus your paragraph on… meaning/poet’s message, feelings and attitudes, language, structure At any point here, added comparisons to poem one would be helpful / beneficial 6+ ensure you are offering multiple interpretations and thinking outside the box!

  12. Anthology Poetry Practice Questions: Planning • Like with language, planning properly BEFORE starting to write will help you gain marks. For each poem, plan to respond to the given question using these steps. • STEP 1: Read question and highlight key words • STEP 2:Annotate given poem in response to question – focus on KEY WORDS in question • STEP 3: Add quotes and analysis from chosen poem to RELEVANT bits in response to question – use different colour to make it obvious. How do the poets present the power of nature in ‘Kamikaze’ and one other poem of your choice? Try to use a different poem from the ones you’ve used today already if you can/ it makes sense to! Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  13. Point – poem 1 • Evidence – poem 1 • Analysis – poem 1 • Close analysis – poem 1 • Effecton reader– poem 1 • Comparative word– likewise, similarly, in addition, on the other hand, unlike in, however • Point – poem 2 • Evidence – poem 2 • Analysis – poem 2 • Close analysis – poem 2 • Effect on reader– poem 2 Literature Paper 2Section A: Anthology Poetry After you have planned, have a go at writing one PEACECPEACE or SEICSEI paragraph in response to the question. To practise everything you’ll need to cover, I’ll ask you to focus on a different thing for each of your paragraphs. For this question focus your paragraph on… meaning/poet’s message, feelings and attitudes, language, structure At any point here, added comparisons to poem one would be helpful / beneficial 6+ ensure you are offering multiple interpretations and thinking outside the box!

  14. Anthology Poetry Response Structure • You now have four PEACE C PEACE / SEICSEI paragraphs covering everything you need to include in your exam. • Use these as a starting point for your revision to write further practice responses – if you don’t know quotes from the poems off the top of your head then you won’t be able to do as well in this exam!! • Focus on learning 3-5 (including a war and a nature and a crossover if you can) really well and being familiar with the rest. Bronze– identifythe skills required in the examSilver – identify the common themes across the poems studied Gold – understandhow to create and plan an answer Platinum - Applyexisting knowledge of the poems and complete plans for sample questions

  15. Point – poem 1 • Evidence – poem 1 • Analysis – poem 1 • Close analysis – poem 1 • Effecton reader– poem 1 • Comparative word– likewise, similarly, in addition, on the other hand, unlike in, however • Point – poem 2 • Evidence – poem 2 • Analysis – poem 2 • Close analysis – poem 2 • Effect on reader– poem 2 Literature Paper 2Section A: Anthology Poetry Other questions you can prepare answers to at home: How do the poets present control in… How do the poets explore the feeling of loss in… How do the poets convey fear in… How do the poets present the effects of war in… How do the poets encourage the readerto sympathise with the speaker in… How do the poets force the reader to dislike the speaker in… How do the poets explore attitudes to war in… STEP 1: Read question and highlight key words STEP 2:Annotate given poem in response to question – focus on KEY WORDS in Q STEP 3: Add quotes and analysis from chosen poem to RELEVANT bits in response to question – use different colour to make it obvious. Write PEACECPEACE or SEICSEI paragraphs using your plan focussing on meaning/message, feelings and attitudes, language, structure At any point here, added comparisons to poem one would be helpful / beneficial 6+ ensure you are offering multiple interpretations and thinking outside the box!