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Duffy and Armitage assessment. Poetry Comparison Essay. Analytical Assessment - Poetry. LO: t o understand how to plan and structure a poetry comparison essay on the writing of Duffy and Armitage . SA: Peer marking our answers on ‘Mother, any distance greater’. Assessment - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Duffy and Armitage assessment

Duffy and Armitage assessmentPoetry Comparison Essay

Analytical Assessment - PoetryLO: to understand how to plan and structure a poetry comparison essay on the writing of Duffy and Armitage.SA: Peer marking our answers on Mother, any distance greater.

Further Challenge: You can evaluate the language used by the poets. (In other words, explore a range of meanings behind the quotes you have selected from the poems.)AssessmentShow understanding and express yourself clearly.Use and analyse key quotes where necessary.Ensure spelling, grammar and punctuation is accurate.

Poetry Terms TestWrite down the answers to the following test on the sheet provided.SimilePersonificationToneColloquial ExpletiveMetaphorCaesuraHyperboleEnjambmentalliteration

Learn the poetic terms and spellings we learned today.The Task:Duffy and Armitage both write poems featuring unusual narrators. Compare two poems, one from each poet, focusing on how the characters could be considered an outsider or unusual. You will need to quote extensively from the poems in your answer. (Level 7)

Complete One PEALook at the guide to analysis on page 35 of your booklets. Choose one quote and follow the steps provided.Understanding How Your Work is MarkedIndividual WorkUsing the level descriptors on the next slide, write your Top Five Tips for attaining a level 7 for this essay.

Timed Pair ShareYou have one minute to explain your ideas to your partner. Add any new ideas or insights into your notes.Level Descriptors7You can blend quotations and references, offering a personal response where appropriate. Embed quotes.7You can always see and understand different layers of meaning.7You can always analyse why a writer has used a particular structure.7You can skillfully work out and explore the writer's choice of words and sentences. Focus on language.7You can explain how attitudes and points of views are conveyed by the writer. Social messageOrganising Your WorkWhich poems are you going to write about? Choose one poem from each of the columns in the table below:

DuffyArmitageStealingEducation for LeisureMy Father Thought it ValentineHitcher

Planning: Writing Your IntroductionName the two poems you are going to use.Explain what the poems are about and how the narrators are unusual or outsiders. (Make sure that you are engaging with the keywords in the task: unusual characters or narrators who can be considered as outsiders)Make sure that you are comparing the poems using comparative markers such as:

HoweverIn contrastSimilarly

Task: now write your introduction using the guidelines above Peer AssessmentIn pairs, read through your introductory paragraphs and make notes on:

Is the paragraph focused on the task? Highlight the key words from the question.Have you started to compare the poems and the ideas presented? Underline the comparative marker.Is your writing clear and well expressed?

Analytical AssessmentLO: (same as yesterday)

SA: verbal revision on poetic techniques.Review of poems chosen for comparison (revision given for homework).

Comparison = Planning Your Work: Main DevelopmentEducation for LeisureMy Father Thought it Stanza One Quotes:

Stanza One Quotes:Stanza Two Quotes:

Stanza Three Quotes:

Stanza Two Quotes:Stanza Four Quotes:

Stanza Five Quotes:

Stanza Three Quotes:

Unusual characters / NarratorsPoem 1Didnt even swervePoem 2Im going to change the world.Comparative Essay On Duffy and Armitage.LO: Same as last lesson. We are carrying on.

SA: Sample ParagraphComplete the task given on the sheet.Further Challenge: You can evaluate the language used by the poets. (In other words, explore a range of meanings behind the quotes you have selected from the poems.)SA: A Short Example Stealing and Hitcher.Firstly, the narrators of both poems could be described as spiteful and unfeeling characters. In Stealing that narrator explains, part of the thrill was knowing that children would cry in the morning. This indicates to the reader that one of his primary motivations in stealing the snowman was because he knew that it would distress the children who had worked so hard to create it. This alienates the reader to a large extent because the thief has no compassion for his victims. Similarly, the speaker in Hitcher is equally callous. However in this poem the actions of the protagonist had deathly consequences. The speaker here shows little remorse for his actions and blatantly asserts that he let him have it, proudly confessing that he mercilessly attacked the hippie six times with the krocklok. The fact that he didnt even swerve conveys his emotional negligence in the aftermath of the attack and shocks the reader.

Peer MarkingNow use your knowledge to peer mark your partners work.Clear expression.Knowledge and understanding evident.Key quotes chosen and embedded.Close analysis of language.Effective use of comparative marker (similarly, likewise etc)Correct spelling, grammar and punctuation.Write WWW and EBI. Comparative EssayNote for PlannersEssay Due: Wednesday 1st May.Approx. 1000 words.Look at the checklist on page 36 before submitting.Two prizes given for this assessment.1st Highest grade attained.2nd Most improved analytical writing (since Christmas)You have the remainder of the lesson to finish your plan and draft your essay in your exercise book.Remember that the more you get completed in class, the less you will need to do at home.

Writing the paragraphs of your main development: An exampleParagraphs 2 3: Look at how the narrator is presented in the opening two stanzas of Education for Leisure. Use two or three examples of PEA to present a character is unusual or an outsider.Paragraph 4: Now look at the first stanza of My Father Thought it Write a PEA paragraph to present how the central protagonist is also unusual or an outsider. Is this in the same way as Education for Leisure? (Consider where you can put in your comparative marker)Please finish your comparative point for tomorrow. Sample Structure (Continued)Paragraph 5 6: Next, look at the how Duffy continues to present the central protagonist in Education for Leisure as an outsider/unusual. (two or three examples of PEA needed again)Paragraph 7: Look at the second stanza of My Father Thought it Paragraphs 8 9: How does Duffy conclude her poem? What becomes more apparent about the narrator at the end of the poem?Paragraph 10: The final stanza of My Father Thought it How does Armitage increase the sense of isolation surrounding the narrator?

Peer MarkingClear expression.Knowledge and understanding evident.Key quotes chosen and embedded.Close analysis of language.Effective use of comparative marker (similarly, likewise etc)Correct spelling, grammar and punctuation.Write WWW and EBI.

Using your plan, write the first two paragraphs of your essay.Alternatives to This shows RevealsDemonstratesIndicatesSuggestsHighlightsInfersInsinuatesEvokes Peer Marking6You can embed quotations and references into your sentences.6You can understand different layers of meaning.6You can explain most reasons why the writer has chosen to shape or order the text in a particular way.6You can work out and explain what the writer is trying to achieve by choosing certain words and sentences.6You can explain the writer's purpose and effects.7You can blend quotations and references, offering a personal response where appropriate. Embed quotes.7You can always see and understand different layers of meaning.7You can always analyse why a writer has used a particular structure.7You can skillfully work out and explore the writer's choice of words and sentences. Focus on language.7You can explain how attitudes and points of views are conveyed by the writer.Writing ConclusionsThis needs to re-iterate the points you have made in your introduction using different words.FeedbackWWWUnderstanding of the task.Engaging to read.Some effective use of pathetic fallacy etc.EBIDevelop plot what is happening in story.Proof reading work to ensure spelling, grammar and punctuation is accurate.