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Ultimate 'Power and Conflict' Poetry GCSE Course!

Gain an English Literature GCSE and an AMAZING understanding of Poetry!

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3.5 hours

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Jan 2021

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What you will learn

English literature Poetry Anthology 'Power and Conflict' GCSEs

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Study Poetry Anthology


Description

Are you a parent homeschooling your child and not sure how to go about helping them when it comes to studying the 'Power and Conflict' Poetry Anthology? Alternatively your child may sadly have failed their GCSEs in English and need to resit and the thorn in your side has always been the fifteen poems in this anthology? Maybe you are currently studying the Anthology at school but you feel lost, unsure about what your teacher is saying and the pace at school may be too rapid?

Not to worry - we've got you covered! The Ultimate 'Power and Conflict' Poetry GCSE Course covers EVERYTHING you need to know and understand when it comes to learning this Anthology, understanding its key themes as well each of the poems' poets. Barbara, your teacher, will also examine literature techniques related to each poem as well as how you can compare and analyse each poem for your exams.


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Ultimate 'Power and Conflict' Poetry GCSE Course!
Ultimate 'Power and Conflict' Poetry GCSE Course!
Ultimate 'Power and Conflict' Poetry GCSE Course!
Ultimate 'Power and Conflict' Poetry GCSE Course!

Content

Introduction

Introduction

Back to basics

Important concepts and Terminology Explained

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Overview of what will be covered in the course

Poem Analysis

Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley: overview, poem and analysis

London by William Blake: overview, poem and analysis

Extract from, The Prelude by William Wordsworth: overview, poem and analysis

My Last Duchess by Robert Browning: overview, poem and analysis

The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson: overview, poem and anal

Exposure by Wilfred Owen: overview, poem and analysis

Storm on the Island by Seamus Heaney: overview, poem and analysis

Bayonet Charge by Ted Hughes: overview, poem and analysis

Remains by Simon Armitage: overview, poem and analysis

Poppies by Jane Weir: overview, poem and analysis

War Photographer by Carol Ann Duffy: overview, poem and analysis

Tissue by Imtiaz Dharker: overview, poem and analysis

The Émigree by Carol Rumens: overview, poem and analysis

Kamikaze by Beatrice Garland: overview, poem and analysis

Checking Out Me History by John Agard: overview, poem and analysis

Power and Conflict: Exam Paper examples

Power and Conflict: Model Answers


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1/28/2020

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