Today’s Revision Activities

Choose from one of the activities below, you should spend between 35-45 minutes today.  Remember to prepare for both Literature exams. Conflict Poetry Re-read ‘Futility’ and identify language devices, grammar and themes.  What exam question would you write about this poem?  Which other Conflict poem would you compare it to?  Why? What next: write a detailed…

Today’s Revision Activities

Exam Layout Look at past papers through this link.  Do you know the layout of each exam?  What are your timings?  Do you know which texts you will be assessed on? Which area of the paper should you look at to find the questions you will be answering?  Make a note for each exam and put…

Today’s Revision Activities

Revise little and often – Choose at least one of the activities below to complete today – spend around 25-40 minutes doing this activity well.  Try to choose a glance of activities for each text. Conflict Poetry Re-read ‘Mametz  Wood’.  How does the poet present the effects of war?  Find at least five quotations to…

Today’s GCSE Literature Revision Activities

Revise little and often – Choose at least one of the activities below to complete today – spend around 25-40 minutes doing this activity well. Conflict Poetry Make a Venn diagram comparing imagery of war in ‘Futility’ with one other poem in the Conflict cluster.  Focus on themes, language, grammar and sound devices.  Be sure…

Today’s Revision Activities

Revise little and often – Choose at least one of the activities below to complete today – spend around 25-40 minutes doing this activity well.  Try to choose a glance of activities for each text. Conflict Poetry Re-read ‘next to of course god america i’.  How has the poet shown the speaker’s point of view…

Today’s GCSE Literature Exam Revision Activities

Revise little and often – Choose at least one of the activities below to complete today – spend around 25-40 minutes doing this activity well. Conflict Poetry How are attitudes to war shown in ‘Poppies’?  find five secure quotations that support your argument. What next: Identify a language/grammar or sound device for each quotation –…