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AQA Unit 3- Significance of Shakespeare and Literary Heritage resource uploaded

Discussion in 'English' started by diamond_raindrops, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. Hello all, I have just uploaded a booklet I have done with my year 10s based on the AQA Shakespeare Controlled Assessment. I compare the futile nature of conflict in Romeo and Juliet with a range of conflict poetry (not all from the new Anthology). The booklet I have uploaded allows them to analyse 4 unseen poems and then write about Futility. (The unseen poetry practise helps them to prepare for the Unit 2 Section B exam.) They can use their essay/ideas from this activity to go with their Romeo and Juliet study.
    The key areas of conflict in Romeo and Juliet are-
    • Opening
    • Mercutio's Death
    • Death of R&J near the end.
    And you can use the film for your analysis! [​IMG] It keeps this task quite brief and the title of the task can be adapted to fit in with character, etc. when the task banks change.
    http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Unseen-poetry-Assessment-3-hour-task-6103746/
    Hope you find it useful.
     
  2. Hello all, I have just uploaded a booklet I have done with my year 10s based on the AQA Shakespeare Controlled Assessment. I compare the futile nature of conflict in Romeo and Juliet with a range of conflict poetry (not all from the new Anthology). The booklet I have uploaded allows them to analyse 4 unseen poems and then write about Futility. (The unseen poetry practise helps them to prepare for the Unit 2 Section B exam.) They can use their essay/ideas from this activity to go with their Romeo and Juliet study.
    The key areas of conflict in Romeo and Juliet are-
    • Opening
    • Mercutio's Death
    • Death of R&J near the end.
    And you can use the film for your analysis! [​IMG] It keeps this task quite brief and the title of the task can be adapted to fit in with character, etc. when the task banks change.
    https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Unseen-poetry-Assessment-3-hour-task-6103746/
    Hope you find it useful.
     
  3. Hi,
    How did you get on with this? I'm planning to do something similar and will gladly use your resources and forward any I create. I didn't think I'd be so nervous about these controlled assessments but feel so much better when I speak to colleagues who are sharing the experience.
    Thanks,
    Cariadbelle
     

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