Composed upon Westminster Bridge - Wordsworth

Composed upon Westminster Bridge - Wordsworth

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This unseen poetry lesson helps students to analyse Composed upon Westminster Bridge by William Wordsworth in terms of perspective and language. We look at how Wordsworth is able to use language features to build up a positive perspective on London and then make comparison to William Blake’s London to see how writers are able to build up contrasting perspectives on the same place or topic. Ideal preparation for AQA English Literature Paper 2 or just for poetry in general. Fully differentiated throughout.

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This unseen poetry lesson helps students to analyse Composed upon Westminster Bridge by William Wordsworth in terms of perspective and language. We look at how Wordsworth is able to use language features to build up a positive perspective on London and then make comparison to William Blake’s London to see how writers are able to build up contrasting perspectives on the same place or topic. Ideal preparation for AQA English Literature Paper 2 or just for poetry in general. Fully differentiated throughout.

Also available as part of these schemes of work: