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OCR Lit (first teaching Sept 2011): WB Yeats SoW
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W B Yeats

Comprehensive Scheme of Work
for A Level OCR

“Another perfectly planned scheme from the author who brought you the bestselling OCR Literature Owen Poetry SoW last year.”
R Grundy, English Development Manager

 

34 carefully-planned lessons with notes, visual stimuli and engaging activities and tasks. Build-up your students' skills towards the examination.

  • Contains explicit tasks for comparison of poems within the selection, and to other famous poems by Yeats, Shelley, Blake, and more!
  • Students are encouraged to close read, paying close attention to tone, form, theme and language - great examination preparation!
  • Lesson plans include lesson objectives and reference the AOs
  • All worksheets provided ~ ready-to-go and photocopiable
  • Special revision and examination guidance section for perfect F661 exam preparation

"The resource is excellent. It combines helpful socio-historical context for Yeats' poetry with detailed discussion of the set poems in light of wider poetic influences. The resource enhances learning by providing a series of detailed lessons on Yeats which cater for a wide variety of learning approaches - for example, visual learners are encouraged by some excellent, detailed grids and worksheets which are tailored to each set poem. The author's notion of encouraging autonomous learning through this resource is very laudable and is achieved successfully here."
E Cullen, English Teacher, Independent Reviewer

 

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (4314)
'Very comprehensive. I felt this outlined the main themes well and exposed the students to the concept on national identity and personal struggle in Yeat's poetry. I liked the clear structure and felt it would be particularly beneficial for teachers new to Yeats.' C Cornell, English Teacher, Independent Reviewer
"Excellent, informative, stretches the students.I particularly like this resource because of the material of the poems not covered in the Oxford Student texts edition." A Dorofeev, English Teacher and Satisfied Customer
I particularly like this resource because1) Distilled complex philosophical and biographical material, expressed in clear prose. 2) Allowed pupils to self-start. 3) Excellent range of approaches to poems. J  Phillips, English Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'Suberb. I thought this was brilliant - full of interesting and very imaginative tasks and ideas. I thought the background and contextual summaries were excellent. There is enough material here for many stimulating lessons. It is one of the best teacher schemes of work resources I have ever seen.'M Craddock, English HoD, Independent Reviewer
'The resource is excellent. It combines helpful socio-historical context for Yeats' poetry with detailed discussion of the set poems in light of wider poetic influences. The resource enhances learning by providing a series of detailed lessons on Yeats which cater for a wide variety of learning approaches - for example, visual learners are encouraged by some excellent, detailed grids and worksheets which are tailored to each set poem. The author's notion of encouraging autonomous learning through this resource is very laudable and is achieved successfully here.'E Cullen, English Teacher, Independent Reviewer


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