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AQA Poetry 2010 Teaching Resources

AQA A labels: A set of labels for section A of the AQA A English Literature paper. Stick on students' practice pieces and highlight either 'T' for target or 'S' for success.
Brendan Gallacher 1: A diagram and questions on the poem by Jackie Kay.
CFAILS chart: A chart for revision of the 'Character and Voice' literature poems.
Character and voice 1: Students match poems with themes to create their own exam questions.
Clown Punk pre-reading: A pre-reading presentation on 'The Clown Punk' by Simon Armitage (also available under Simon Armitage in KS4).
Clown Punk 1: Ten questions to encourage students to explore why poets use particular literary techniques (also available under Simon Armitage in KS4).
Clown Punk 2: A series of discussion cards for students to use in groups (also available under Simon Armitage in KS4).
Conflict: Starter slide to explore the concept of conflict.
Conflict 1: Students match poems with themes to create their own exam questions.
Flag 1: A list of words from John Agard's poem for a pre-reading exercise.
Flag 2: A presentation to start discussion about the meaning of John Agard's poem.
Flag 3: A 'fill-in' sheet on various aspects of John Agard's poem.
Futility: Activities for students on 'Futility' by Wilfred Owen.
Give 1: Question cards on this poem by Simon Armitage (also available under Simon Armitage in KS4).
Improving analysis: A presentation to help students focus on details. Uses 'Clown Punk' in the example answer.
My Last Duchess 1: The CSI approach to poetry analysis.
My Last Duchess 2: Questions on Robert Browning's poem.
My Last Duchess lesson plan: A lesson and activities on language and structure in Browning's poem.
My Last Duchess help: Two sets of prompt cards to go with the lesson plan above.
My Last Duchess a: A presentation on language in Browning's poem.
My Last Duchess labels: Three poetic terms which print 4 sets to a page.
Poetry Sl1: Use 'Conflict' poems for an English Language speaking and listening assessment.
Place 1: Students match poems with themes to create their own exam questions.