4th Class: Observational Poetry (Week 1 of 2)

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This easy-to-use and adaptable interactive PowerPoint includes 5 whole lessons relating to Observational Poetry. During week 1 of this 2-week unit children will practise reading and understanding a selection of poems (included) as they work together to identify various poetic devices. Pupils will enjoy discussing objects and creating powerful images (with a partner) in preparation for writing their own observational poems during lesson 3.

SPAG/GPS covered throughout these lessons include expanded noun phrases and relative clauses.

 

Related Poems:

‘Sharp Freckles’ and ‘Don’t be Scared’ by Carol Ann Duffy

’The Cow’ by Robert Louis Stevenson

’Sir Autumn’, ‘The Matter of Holes’ and ‘Granny Granny Please Comb my Hair’ by Grace Nichols

’Personal Helicon’ by Seamus Heaney

 

Lesson 1: To analyse a selection of poems

Lessons 2: To create expanded noun phrases based on observations

Lesson 3: To write an observational poem

Lesson 4: To explore relative clauses

Lesson 5: To use similes, metaphors and personification

 

Total Number of Teaching Slides: 28

Lesson Plan Included? Yes

Resources Included? Yes

Differentiation? Yes

No additional resources needed

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