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WJEC LT1 Duffy and Pugh Poetry Scheme of Work

Andrea Lewis | Wednesday December 02, 2009


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  1. WJEC Duffy and Pugh Poetry Guide
  2. WJEC LT1 Duffy and Pugh Poetry Scheme of Work
  3. Poem Chart
  4. Education for Leisure Guardian Article
  5. Duffy ‘Comprehensive’ Worksheet
  6. 3 Pugh Poems for Discussion and Analysis in Groups
  7. Lesson Plan for Mid Term Review
  8. Duffy and Pugh Mid Course Review and Revision
  9. Poem Titles Cards
  10. Poetry Powerpoint Worksheet
  11. Duffy and Pugh Examination Question Practice and Sample Answer

LT1 Section A Poetry Post 1900 (40% of AS)

Core text Carol Ann Duffy: Selected Poems (Penguin) (Standing Female Nude, The Other Country, The World’s Wife)
Partner Text Sheenagh Pugh: Selected Poems (Seren)

Relevant Assessment Objectives AO1, AO2, AO3

Articulate creative, informed and relevant responses to literary texts, using appropriate terminology and concepts, and coherent, accurate written expression.

Demonstrate detailed critical understanding in analysing the ways in which structure, form and language shape meanings in literary texts.

Explore connections and comparisons between different literary texts, informed by interpretations of other readers.

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