Host: Rosie is a freelance writer, language teacher and psychotherapist based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. She has over six years’ experience of teaching English and Italian, and has written features on language, mental health and sustainable travel for the Guardian, Wanderlust, Dalesman and Therapy Today. Her memoir Suddenly, While Living - a book that focuses on health and recovery - will be published by Valley Press in January.
You can find out more about Rosie at www.rosiealicecounselling.co.
Rosie will talk you through how to examine how a poem’s form, structure, language and context can shape its meaning.
This framework for analysis can help you approach any unseen poem and examine it through a more critical lens.
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- The importance of assessment objectives when examining poetry
- How to talk about meaning without jumping to conclusions
- Examining how structure, form, language and context can shape a poem’s meaning
This class is aimed at AS and A Level English Literature students, but would also be good prep for year eleven students who are going into sixth form in September.