Poppies by Jane Weir - teaching resource
Poppies - AQA GCSE Power and Conflict Poetry Anthology
This two-lesson unit teaches students about Jane Weir's 'Poppies' in detail. Designed for GCSE pupils studying AQA Power and Conflict poetry, this resource explores the poem in depth and explains how to compare it to other poems from the anthology. It is made up of a 50-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 4 accompanying worksheets.
The lessons contain the following:
Context - An introduction to the poet Jane Weir and the poem’s inspiration and context.
First Reading - A reading of ‘Poppies’ with comprehension / consolidation questions - answers included.
Language and imagery - Analysing 'Poppies' in detail. Exploring language and answering questions that delve deeper. Model answers provided.
Essay Writing - An essay question to assess students' initial understanding of the poem. An example response is included.
Imagery - Analysing Weir's use of imagery.
Themes - Discussing the poem's themes.
Structure and Form - Considering how Weir uses form, structure, rhythm and rhyme.
The GCSE exam - Comparing ‘Poppies’ with ‘War Photographer’ and explaining how to write a comparison essay in the exam.
This is a comprehensive resource containing a range of activities, however it can also be edited, personalised and differentiated to suit your teaching needs.
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