Entry task…

Entry task…

Entry task What does this term mean? What is the definition? Repetition Simile Metaphor Onomatopoeia Personification Rhyme Rhythm Direct Address Spoken Language/Dialogue

Enjambment 10 minutes QUICKLY Complete the tick sheet more than one theme per poem Time to apply what we know and develop writing skills POETIC DEVICES

WALT To remind ourselves of the poems To look at specific poetic devices and consider the WHY? And EFFECT? To write a T E A paragraph (Technical Term/Example/Analysis) A Quick Reminder The question will give you ONE poem in full and you will have to link to ONE other (your

choice). Your answer MUST contain some detailed analysis of technical terms AND the effect/analysis (TEA). Soyou need to know the poetic devices This lesson (WALT) will give you a brief re-cap of the poetic devices and the EFFECT that they have PLEASE NOTE you will NOT get marks for FEATURE SPOTTINGi.e : Owen has used personification Pale flakes with

lingering stealth come feeling for our facesin the poem Exposure. X The effect of Owen using personification in Exposure on the reader is What am I looking for? For example, your TEA paragraphs - T (Technical Term/Theme) - E (Effect/Explanation on reader) - A (Analysis/Focus on a specific word) The poet has used ? in order to show

conflict/consequences of conflict/abuse of powerasThe effect on the reader of this is Specifically, the word/verb/adjective is important because An example In Remains, Armitage has used repetition of all of (the same mind/open fire in lines 6-7 when recalling the incident. The effect on the reader is to emphasise that it was not just him physically there; others were too. Specifically, the word same to describe the

decision suggests that they all shared the similar mindset. This could also imply that the narrator perhaps feels guilty, and therefore wants the reader to understand that it was the situation they were in that caused them to kill. Criteria 1. 2. 3. 4.

Compare the poems (Similarities/differences) MUST link points to the context (time period) 3-4 techniques PER poem cover language, structural technique MUST comment on how the form of the poem helps the poet express their view 5. MUST use T-E-A for EVERY point 6. Introduction overview of the themes and perspective in the poems (link them here) 7. Conclusion EVALUATE which poem perhaps presents the stronger view of the theme and/or what do both poems try to

teach/show their readers. An example In Remains, Armitage hasPoetic used Device repetition of all of (the Quotation same mind/open fire in lines 6-7 when recalling the incident. The effect on the reader is to emphasise that it Theme

Effect on the in Reader was not just him physically involved the conflict; others were too. Specifically, the word same to describe the decision suggests that they all shared the similar mindset. This could also imply that the narrator perhaps feels guilty, and therefore wants the reader to understand that it was the situation they were in that caused them to kill. Through

this, Armitage here depicts the consequences of being involved in conflict Specific Detail More Language Identified with example and explanation The Task You need to focus on the poem, War Photographer

Id like you to write a TEA paragraph, focusing on ANY technique of your choice Write in detail and use sophisticated language where relevant Time to RAG

Stick the colourful grid near your work SELF ASSESS review your skills CONCENTRATE and be honest I will be marking this. The Task Feedback?

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