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Apply Understanding of Language Techniques to 'The Emigree' and 'The Prelude' and Analyse The Effect

In this worksheet, students will identify the language techniques used in both 'The Emigree' and 'The Prelude' and explain their effect on the reader.

'Apply Understanding of Language Techniques to 'The Emigree' and 'The Prelude' and Analyse The Effect' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 4

GCSE Subjects:   English Literature

GCSE Boards:   AQA

Curriculum topic:   Poetry

Curriculum subtopic:   Power and Conflict: 'The Emigree'

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

For this activity, you will need to turn to the poem 'The Emigree' by Carol Rumens and 'The Prelude' by William Wordsworth. Both of these poems can be found in the Power and Conflict section of your Anthology.

 

 

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Both 'The Emigree' and 'The Prelude' describe the effect that power can have on people. 'The Emigree' describes the power that people can have, whereas 'The Prelude' explores the power of nature. Both poems look at power through a child's perspective.

 

The poems focus on the main themes of power, nature, conflict and regret.

 

In the following questions, you will compare the language techniques used in both poems.

 

You should always refer to your own text when working through these examples. These quotations are for reference only.

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