WJEC GCSE Love Poetry - teaching resource

WJEC GCSE Love Poetry Teaching Resources

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English Teaching Resources: WJEC GCSE English & English Literature - WJEC Poetry Collection (Love Poems). 

This outstanding resource covers all nine poems from the WJEC Poetry Collection - Love Poems as covered in WJEC GCSE English Literature (Unit 3) Poetry and drama (literary heritage) and WJEC GCSE English (Unit 3) literary heritage poetry and Shakespeare.  The massive 347 slide PowerPoint and 100 page booklet of worksheets contain outstanding, ready to teach lessons for each of the following poems from the WJEC Poetry Collection:

The Passionate Shepherd to His Love - Christopher Marlowe

The Sun Rising - John Donne

Cousin Kate - Christina Rossetti

Sonnet 18 ('Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?') - William Shakespeare

Sonnet 43 ('How do I love thee') - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Valentine - Carol Ann Duffy

A Frosty Night - Robert Graves

The Flea - John Donne

Holy Sonnet 17 - John Donne

Each poem has a series of lessons with analysis of the author, language, theme, social and historical context, structure, style and form of each poem.  If you are teaching the WJEC GCSE English (Unit 3) literary heritage poetry and Shakespeare or WJEC GCSE English Literature (Unit 3) Poetry and drama (literary heritage) this invaluable resource has everything you need.  The resource explores all the poems in the WJEC Poetry Collection and works through the following stages:

What is each poem about?  How does it make you feel?  What questions does the poem raise?

Focus on the language of each poem.

Develop understanding of theme, content, viewpoint, mood and style.

Analysis of writers' language and techniques.

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