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As teachers, we are all under pressure to ensure our students perform, which often leaves us little room to stray from the path (especially when teaching KS4).
Although performance is paramount, I believe nothing can evolve unless students are interested, invested and ultimately have a love of learning.
It was this lesson plan that marked a turning point for my students, with even the most reluctant referring to poetry as ‘cool’.
Not only does this lesson inject fun into teaching poetry, but it also supports the development of key GCSE skills.
This lesson plan will put life back into studying poetry in the classroom. It will ignite interest and work on building skills needed for approaching unseen poetry.
Pupils should be able to:
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