Poetry Anthologies Comprehensive Guides for AS / A Level AQA B
Comprehensive guides to the Aspects of Comedy and Aspects of Tragedy Poetry Anthologies for AS and A Level AQA English Literature B.
Expertly designed to support and enhance students’ study of the genres of comedy and tragedy by exploring the various themes, motifs and poetic techniques used in these carefully selected works.
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Guide your students towards writing top-graded essays through the key stages of poem analysis:
- Introduction to the anthology, including a brief history, and biographical notes for each poet.
- Walk-through Poem-by-poem overview and thorough analysis walks students through each poem. ✓ All analysis referenced to AOs to link learning directly to the exam.
- Drawing it all together In-depth discussion of the whole anthology focuses on characterisation, form and structure, themes, attitude and values, use of language, literary approaches and critical reception.
- Indicative content Easy marking with suggested content for all tasks.
- ‘The Flea’ - John Donne
- ‘A Satirical Elegy on the Death of a Late Famous General’ – Jonathan Swift
- ‘Tam O’Shanter’ – Robert Burns
- ‘Sunny Prestatyn’ – Philip Larkin
- ‘Not my Best Side’ – U.A. Fanthorpe
- ‘My Rival’s House’ – Liz Lochhead
- ‘Mrs Sisyphus’ – Carol Ann Duffy
- Extracts from The Prologue to the Monk’s Tale and The Monk’s Tale – Geoffrey Chaucer
- Extract from Paradise Lost – John Milton
- ‘Tithonus’ – Alfred Tennyson
- ‘Jessie Cameron’ – Christina Rossetti
- ‘The Death of Cuchulain’ – W.B. Yeats
- ‘The Convergence of the Twain’ – Thomas Hardy
- ‘Out, out' – Robert Frost
- ‘Miss Gee’ – W. H Auden
- ‘Death in Leamington’ – John Betjeman
An excellent guide... extremely informative for students and teachers alike.
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Absolutely excellent. The poems are all covered in great detail, and the resource will be invaluable for teachers... It will give teachers a huge amount of information and save them a lot of time.... all the poems are covered very comprehensively. The section on 'Tam O'Shanter' is absolutely excellent... the glossary is very detailed, and there are really useful notes on all important aspects of the poem. The contextual information on all the poems is very useful, and the writer has included detailed notes on form and use of language, which will help students to achieve high grades. The learning activities and extended learning tasks are also very good and will encourage students to expand their knowledge... It enhances learning because it considers students of all abilities... teachers won't need to do much, if any, independent research if they purchase this resource... very user-friendly... It matches the specification extremely well... There are excellent notes on the form, language, meaning and context of each poem, which will help teachers and students to cover all the assessment objectives in great detail... I really have no suggestions for improving it. This resource is one of the best I have ever seen... It really is very comprehensive and detailed... It will be a great asset... I would like to thank and congratulate the writer for producing such an interesting and comprehensive resource. I look forward to using it in the future.
What do teachers say about this resource? (10076)
An excellent guide for the A level study of Aspects of Tragedy. Extremely informative for students and teachers alike. I liked the summaries of each poem which draw particular attention to the Assessment objectives and how each poem could address these. Each poet is covered in an informative manner.
The inclusion of Assessment objectives will help students to use the terminology in order to analyse the poems.
There are very few resources for these poems and no resource would include as much detail with Assessment objectives and active learning. The Extension essay questions are very applicable to the course.
It is a comprehensive guide and its thoroughness and attention to detail is impressive.
- A level English Literature
- A Level AQA B English Literature
- The Flea by John Donne
- A Satirical Elegy on the Death of a Late Famous General by Jonathan Swift
- Tam O’Shanter by Robert Burns
- Sunny Prestatyn by Philip Larkin
- Not my Best Side by U.A. Fanthorpe
- My Rival’s House by Liz Lochhead
- Mrs Sisyphus by Carol Ann Duffy
- AQA B Poetry Anthology
- Poetry Companion
- Comprehensive Guide
- The Death of Cuchulain by W.B. Yeats
- Aspects of Tragedy
- Jessie Cameron by Christina Rossetti
- Miss Gee by W. H Auden
- Death in Leamington by John Betjeman
- ‘Out, out -’ by Robert Frost
- Tithonus by Alfred Tennyson
- A Level Comprehensive Guide
- A Level English Literature Comprehensive Guide
- The Monk’s Tale by Geoffrey Chaucer
- The Convergence of the Twain by Thomas Hardy
- Paper 1: Literary Genres
- A Level AQA B English Literature (7717)
- Extract from Paradise Lost by John Milton