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The aim of this lesson is introduce students to the basic techniques for analysing poetry and hopefully, get them interested in studying it!
Students will learn key skills such as the ability to embed quotations and identify layers of meaning within a text. They should also be able to identify the viewpoint of the writer and apply criticism.
The poetry of Maya Angelou, Wilfred Owen and Carol Ann Duffy gives students a variety of poetic styles and allows them to develop their preferences and opinions.