Mr Legowski’s Year 9 home learning – due Wednesday 5 February

Watch the ‘how to write a plan’ tutorial below and then write down the top five tips you learned from it in the comments box below.

Extension task: should equal weighting be given to each part of ART WARS? Should you spend more time on some aspects of a poem than others? Again, answers in the box.

Deadline: Wednesday 5 February

 

 

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12 thoughts on “Mr Legowski’s Year 9 home learning – due Wednesday 5 February

  1. dartmouthacademyeng Post author

    Sorry guys! I’ve now remembered how to attach a YouTube video; it’s only the umpteenth video I’ve attached to the blog over the years. Anyway, it’s on now – I hope you find it helpful. Mr Legowski

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  2. lauren Brownhill

    metaphor, similes, theme, mood and theatre.

    About
    Repeated Ideas (Themes)
    Tone (mood)
    words
    Alliteration (letter sounds repeated)
    Rhyme + Rhythm (clues to messages)
    Structure (The way the poem is put together)

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  3. Charlie

    1) I now understand the meaning of ART WARS.
    2) I have a better understanding of all the definitions of the meanings of ART WARS.
    3) I could now take this method into an exam and feel comfortable using it.
    4) I think that this method could be used with any poem, as used by the woman in the video.
    5) It is a very effective way of structuring your answers.

    I think that the same amount of time should be given to each part of ART WARS.

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  4. Annabel

    1. Use repeated ideas.
    2. Try and include the way that the poet uses rhyming.
    3. Think about the way the poem has been structured. Has it used punctuation, enjambment?
    4. Give an example and state what the tone is.
    5. Pick out any poetic devises.

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