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Nothing's Changed

Edexcel GCSE English (9-1) Teaching Resources: Nothing’s Changed (Tatamkhulu Afrika).

Edexcel GCSE English Teaching Resources: Nothing’s Changed (Tatamkhulu Afrika) includes a wide range of activities for pupils of all abilities such as:

    * a quick biography of Tatamkhulu Afrika and the social and historical context of Nothing’s Changed

    * activities to develop knowledge of the ‘narrative’ of Nothing’s Changed

    * exploration of the key themes of Nothing’s Changed (racism, segregation, identity, political and social change etc)

    * the literary, social and historical context of the poem  (South Africa, apartheid, District 6)

    * developing awareness of techniques used in poetry – metaphor, imagery, personification, alliteration, etc

    * teaching the use of Point/Evidence/Explain to write about Nothing’s Changed

    * Tatamkhulu Afrika’s purpose and the poem’s meaning

    * analysis of Tatamkhulu Afrika’s use of language in Nothing’s Changed

    * Tatamkhulu Afrika’s use of poetic techniques

    * developing inference and deduction skills

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