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Objectives: -To learn about the writer and how animals are presented in his poems. -To explore the theme man vs nature -to explore the concept of the dark side of the self. -to be able to apply these ideas and … Continue reading
Mid-Term Break BY SEAMUS HEANEY I sat all morning in the college sick bayCounting bells knelling classes to a close.At two o’clock our neighbours drove me home. In the porch I met my father crying—He had always taken funerals in his … Continue reading
Presentation 1 If thou must love me from Pato_Ch Presentation 2 The Pains of Sleep by Juana, Bianca and Sol Presentation 3 I years had been from home from Pato_Ch Presentation 4 A wife in london by thomas hardy from … Continue reading
Check out this video to understand the poem deeply. Rising Five by Norman Nicholson Take notes of the following: -Voice -Theme -Tone -Literary devices (visual images, symbols, alliteration, etc) After this, go to classroom to work on a worksheet.
In pairs/groups you’ll be analysing some poems from Songs of Ourselves! Include: – themes and tones -literary devices, explanation, analysis and impact (why the writer uses them -your opinion on the poem -any connection with any other poem, story, song … Continue reading
Get in pairs to work with songs Choose a song that you like and prepare a presentation that includes: -short biography of the band/singer -analysis of the song (theme/tone/literary devices) -explanation of the title -your opinion on the song (why … Continue reading
‘Muliebrity‘ by Sujata Bhatt describes the sight of a young girl in India who spends her days picking up cow-dung, and the inherent “glistening” power she has. The poem begins with the speaker describing how she has been unable to forget the … Continue reading
Farmhand You will see him light a cigarette At the hall door careless, leaning his back Against the wall, or telling some new joke To a friend, or looking out into the secret night. But always his eyes turn To … Continue reading
Coming On longer evenings, Light, chill and yellow, Bathes the serene Foreheads of houses. A thrush sings, Laurel-surrounded In the deep bare garden, Its fresh-peeled voice Astonishing the brickwork. It will be spring soon, It will be spring soon— And … Continue reading
Take a look at this presentation. Choose a topic to write an essay on a poem you have not analysed.