Y12 Poetry Lesson 6 – The Woman Who Shopped

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Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
Year 12: AS Level English
‘Struggle for Identity in
Modern Literature’
Lesson Six
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
How much progress will you make today?
Outstanding progress: Sophisticated analysis and
confident link to theme and social context using the
formula, extended vocabulary and second embedded
quotes
Excellent progress: Interesting interpretation and
analysis of the poem linking it to the theme and social
context
Good Progress: Confident analysis of form, structure
and language and exploration of feminism and identity
in relation to the poem’s message
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
We are going to play ‘Pictionary’, pick who in your
pair is drawing and who is guessing. You have one
minute to draw and guess 3 verbs...
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
Starter: Paired Activity
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
We are going to play ‘Pictionary’, pick who in your
pair is drawing and who is guessing. You have one
minute to draw and guess 3 verbs...
Shopping
Cooking
Cleaning
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
Starter: Paired Activity
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
Shopping – why the gender divide?
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
Introduction: Group Discussions
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
Outstanding Progress:
Sophisticated communication using the
formula, extended vocabulary and second
embedded quotation making reference to
social context where relevant
Excellent Progress:
Interesting and unique interpretations and
analysis
Good Progress:
Confident and thorough analysis with clear
links to theme and social context
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
Main Task: Paired Analysis Task
Read and discuss the poem and answer the following
question based on just the two stanzas you’ve been
given: ‘What message is Duffy delivering in the poem
The Woman Who Shopped?’ (AO2 and 3)
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
AO3: Explore connections and comparisons between
different literary texts, informed by interpretations
of other readers.
•Explore links and connections between literary texts
Communicate understanding of the views expressed in
different interpretations or readings
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
AO2: Demonstrate detailed critical understanding in
analysing the ways in which form, structure and
language shape meanings in literary texts
•Identify relevant aspects of form, structure and
language
Explore how writers shape meaning and create effects
Use specific references to texts to support the
response
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
Outstanding Progress:
Sophisticated communication using the
formula, extended vocabulary and second
embedded quotation making reference to
social context where relevant
Excellent Progress:
Interesting and unique interpretations and
analysis
Good Progress:
Confident and thorough analysis with clear
links to theme and social context
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?
Miss L. Hamilton
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
Plenary: Self Evaluations
Read another pair’s work and then peer assess your
own work using the success criteria
Literary Techniques: Alliteration, assonance, caesura, enjambement, hyperbole, sibilance,
symbol, simile, metaphor, stanza, allusion, rhyme, rhythm, meter, personification, irony, satire
Formula Words: portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, illustrates, highlights
How much progress will you make today?
Outstanding progress: Sophisticated analysis and
confident link to theme and social context using the
formula, extended vocabulary and second embedded
quotes
Excellent progress: Interesting interpretation and
analysis of the poem linking it to the theme and social
context
Good Progress: Confident analysis of form, structure
and language and exploration of feminism and identity
in relation to the poem’s message
Extend your Thinking @ Bishop Justus 6th Form
LQ: Can I analyse a poem and link it to the theme?

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