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First World War Literature Teaching Resources

Comparing images in poems: Images from 5 WW1 poems to sort and discuss.
Owen coursework advice: Notes to help write a comparative essay looking at Wilfred Owen's poetry.
Two Owen poem questions: Sixteen questions on 'Exposure' and 'Strange Meeting' by Wilfred Owen in preparation for a comparative essay.
'Base Details' questions: A copy of the poem and questions.
Dulce internet research: Instructions for researching Wilfred Owen's drafting of 'Dulce et Decorum est'.
Dulce poem and  questions: A copy of 'Dulce et Decorum est' and some prompt questions.
Essay sample start: A sample start to a comparative essay.
Futility: A copy of Wilfred Owen's poem.
Futility wordled: A muddled copy of Owen's poem, useful as a poster.
Mental Cases: A lesson, which focuses on language, for Wilfred Owen's poem. Also available in Controlled Assessment.
Mental Cases wordled: A muddled copy of Wilfred Owen's poem for use with the Mental Cases lesson above.
Spring offensive grid: Grid to help interpretation and discussion of 'Spring Offensive' by Wilfred Owen.
'The Call' question: A copy of 'The Call' by Jessie Pope and an essay question
'The Call' sample answer: A sample start to the essay question above.
Using Anthem: Investigating the meaning of words in 'Anthem for Doomed Youth' by Wilfred Owen and a task to write a war poem.
Writing a leaflet or poster: Advice on writing a leaflet or poster about WW1.
Writing a recruitment poem: Task to write a recruitment poem based on Jessie Pope's 'Who's for the Game?'