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The Man He Killed (Hardy) Teaching Resources

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Conflict/War Poetry Teaching Resources: The Man He Killed (Thomas Hardy). 

The Man He Killed (Thomas Hardy) is an English/English Literature teaching resource consisting of a 39 slide PowerPoint and 6 pages of worksheets.  This teaching resource can be used with either the A-C or 9-1 English GCSE. Resources cover a range of lessons and activities ideal for studying and teaching the poem at KS4/GCSE.  The resources can be used as individual lessons on Hardy's The Man He Killed or incorporated into a wider lesson plan or scheme of work on war poetry and conflict.  Conflict/War Poetry Teaching Resources: The Man He Killed (Thomas Hardy) consists of a range of detailed and stimulating lessons and activities for students of all abilities including:

-A brief biography of Thomas Hardy
-The historical and social context of The Man He Killed - The Boer War conflict
-An introduction to the poem with consolidation notes
-A clean copy of 'The Man He Killed' for annotation
-Understanding and comprehension tasks
-Thomas Hardy's use of language and imagery in The Man He Killed
-Structure and poetic techniques in the poem
-Modelling the use of P.E.E. when writing an analysis of the poem
-The theme and message of The Man He Killed
-Links to related Thomas Hardy and Boer War resources and websites
-39 slide PowerPoint analysis of Hardy's The Man He Killed
-6 pages of worksheets to accompany the PowerPoint resource

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