Power and conflict pack

165 pages

Power and conflict student revision

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(KS4) | Downloadable revision guide
 
 
£15.00
 
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Written for the Power and conflict cluster of the AQA poetry anthology, Power and conflict student revision is an illustrated revision guide comprising detailed, handwritten notes and activities to build students’ confidence and develop their understanding of the poems.

Perfect for revision and consolidation prior to the exam.

Featured poems:
‘Ozymandias’ – Percy Bysshe Shelley
‘London’ – William Blake
‘The Prelude’ (extract from) – William Wordsworth
‘My Last Duchess’ – Robert Browning
‘The Charge of the Light Brigade’ – Alfred Lord Tennyson
‘Exposure’ – Wilfred Owen
‘Storm on the Island’ – Seamus Heaney
‘Bayonet Charge’ – Ted Hughes
‘Remains’ – Simon Armitage
‘Poppies’ – Jane Weir
‘War Photographer’ – Carol Ann Duffy
‘Tissue’ – Imtiaz Dharker
‘The Emigrée’ – Carol Rumens
‘Checking Out Me History’ – John Agard
‘Kamikaze’ – Beatrice Garland
 

Key features:
  • 15 sections (one per poem), each containing illustrated revision notes and engaging revision activities
  • extension tasks focused on language, structure and themes
  • exam-style questions.
 

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Reviews


Alison BrownAlison Brown
I was happy to pay for this resource. It is exceptional in terms of its content and the ways in which it encourages students to explore the poems. It's beautiful too! I understand people's concerns. However, if this had been published elsewhere I can imagine it would have cost a lot more. It still feels like a bargain to me.
Posted on 10th February 2019
Addie BramptonAddie Brampton
Haven't members already paid £55 to access resources?
Posted on 7th February 2019
Richard HarveyRichard Harvey
Why is this not free for members?
Posted on 5th February 2019
RAZINA AHMEDRAZINA AHMED
Why isn't this free for members?
Posted on 3rd February 2019
Sarah RanceSarah Rance
Please don't go like the TES where I have to wade through resources that cost a fortune made by educational companies rather than teachers happy to share.
Posted on 1st February 2019
PETER BARRYPETER BARRY
Why is this not free for members?

Posted on 30th January 2019
Bronach McConvilleBronach McConville
Disappointed this is not free like your other guides.
Posted on 29th January 2019
Angus WestAngus West
Its very strange to charge for this new very useful teaching pack which would be in much demand for so many. Should be free like others, the subscription is enough!!
Posted on 29th January 2019
Kate Lee, Senior EditorKate Lee, Senior Editor
Thanks everyone for taking the time to leave a comment.

We are experimenting with a range of products to support students, and believe that this photocopiable revision guide offers excellent value for money. We really appreciate feedback from teachers, and will absolutely bear your comments in mind for the future.


Posted on 29th January 2019
Sue FaulksSue Faulks
Why is this not free for members please? We pay an expensive school faculty subscription annually and are loyal customers. Come on Teachit... this isn't like you!
Posted on 29th January 2019
matt jacobsmatt jacobs
?
Posted on 28th January 2019
matt jacobsmatt jacobs
Why is this not free for members?
Posted on 28th January 2019
Joy ShortenJoy Shorten
Why is this not free to members?


Posted on 28th January 2019
karen reevekaren reeve
Again, why is this not free or members?
Posted on 28th January 2019
Mark CrookMark Crook
Why is this not free for members?
Posted on 28th January 2019
 

 

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