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Revision strategies: one sheet summaries

Like many of us, I am in the midst of revision with my exam classes, and so I am constantly on the look out for activities which will be both meaningful and provide a break from crunching exam questions. One strategy I enjoy is the one sheet summary. I can’t take the credit – norContinue reading “Revision strategies: one sheet summaries”

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“When We Two Parted”: Form and Structure

To me, the first poem in a collection or anthology is crucial for establishing the poet or editor’s central concerns. And so when I first opened the AQA GCSE Anthology to Lord Byron’s “When We Two Parted”, I was struck by the emphasis on introducing students to the poetic canon. Skirting around the thorny issueContinue reading ““When We Two Parted”: Form and Structure”