Support your students in developing the skills required to understand and respond to every studied poem in the 2015 AQA Poetry Anthology. - Teaches students how to analyse seen and unseen poems by moving gradually from first impressions to detailed explorations with thought-provoking questions at each stage - Provides approaches to learning all 30 poems in the AQA Anthology, including vital guidance for writing comparison answers - Ensures students are prepared for examination with a focus on the skills needed to succeed and how to tackle the different question types in Paper 2A conclusion where you provide your personal views or original ideas and sum up what you have concluded about the two ... 3 Stitch your ideas together A good comparison essay is one that has lots of good ideas that a#39;coherea#39; (fit together) so that your thinking is made clear to the reader. To do this, as you write, use a range of cohesive devices a words and phrases that link or connect your ideas up.
|Title||:||AQA GCSE English Literature Working with the Poetry Anthology and the Unseens|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2015-05-08|