Using different critical interpretations | Mrs P

Using different critical interpretations | Mrs P

This is a link to a short lecture on how to use critical interpretations, focusing on Twelfth Night, A Doll’s House and the poetry of Christina Rossetti. This lecture was delivered as part of a Lunchtime Lecture series.

This is aimed at students studying for the OCR A Level English Literature, Drama and Poetry Pre-1900 paper.

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Using different critical interpretations | Mrs P

Using different critical interpretations | Mrs P

This is a link to a short lecture on how to use critical interpretations, focusing on Twelfth Night, A Doll’s House and the poetry of Christina Rossetti. This lecture was delivered as part of a Lunchtime Lecture series.

This is aimed at students studying for the OCR A Level English Literature, Drama and Poetry Pre-1900 paper.

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https://ift.tt/2H4sYMr

Unseen Poem – How does the poet create a sense of place in ‘Island Man’? | Mrs P

Unseen Poem – How does the poet create a sense of place in ‘Island Man’? | Mrs P

This is the opening section of an unseen poem response based on the Edexcel iGCSE English Literature poetry question: How does the poet create a sense of place in ‘Island Man’?

This isn’t either complete or perfect but it gives a suggestion of where you might take an answer and how it could be structured. It was completed in about 20 minutes after planning as a class but would obviously need to be extended for a ‘real’ answer. During planning, the focus was on making sure that close analysis was clearly linked to the task.

Do leave a comment with any suggestions of how this could be…

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Unseen Poem – How does the poet create a sense of place in ‘Island Man’? | Mrs P

Unseen Poem – How does the poet create a sense of place in ‘Island Man’? | Mrs P

This is the opening section of an unseen poem response based on the Edexcel iGCSE English Literature poetry question: How does the poet create a sense of place in ‘Island Man’?

This isn’t either complete or perfect but it gives a suggestion of where you might take an answer and how it could be structured. It was completed in about 20 minutes after planning as a class but would obviously need to be extended for a ‘real’ answer. During planning, the focus was on making sure that close analysis was clearly linked to the task.

Do leave a comment with any suggestions of how this could be…

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The Nineteenth Century – Paradox and Power | Mrs P

The Nineteenth Century – Paradox and Power | Mrs P

This is a link to a short lecture on Nineteenth Century Britain, focusing on the paradoxical nature of life in the Victorian age. This lecture was delivered as part of a Lunchtime Lecture series.

This is aimed at students studying for the OCR A Level English Literature, Drama and Poetry Pre-1900 paper.

Continue reading at:
http://bit.ly/2UPnrgm

The Nineteenth Century – Paradox and Power | Mrs P

The Nineteenth Century – Paradox and Power | Mrs P

This is a link to a short lecture on Nineteenth Century Britain, focusing on the paradoxical nature of life in the Victorian age. This lecture was delivered as part of a Lunchtime Lecture series.

This is aimed at students studying for the OCR A Level English Literature, Drama and Poetry Pre-1900 paper.

Continue reading at:
http://bit.ly/2UPnrgm