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Published: 07/10/2019
KS4 | Poetry
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Comparing anger in 'London' and 'Checking Out Me History'

A structured series of tasks to support an exam style question comparing anger in the poems 'London' and 'Checking Out Me History'. Includes brief suggested answers/teacher notes. 

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What is Blake angry about in the poem ‘London’?

Write down three examples.

Now pick one of the things and turn this into a paragraph.

Blake is angry about …

He uses …

to show his frustration …

The reason he is angry about this is because ...

       

See other resources: Agard, John ('Checking Out Me History') | Anthology poetry for AQA (2015 onwards) Power and conflict | Blake, William ('London')


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Margaret winn
Margaret winn
for weaker students in revision olesson
Posted on 2nd March 2020

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