how can i revise for english literature- learning poems?

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Posted Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 13:11 by summer2011

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Annotate meaning, language and structure points of the poem on you anthology using three different colours. Go over these repeatedly. Then print off a blank copy, and see if you can re-annotate it without looking at your anthology.

Answered Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 13:34 by Megan
Edited by Megan on Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 13:34
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Create a table containing a list of the poems down the left hand column and a list of themes across the top row such as imagery, structure and tick under each theme which poems you would compare if you got a question on that particular theme

Answered Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 18:37 by Charlotte
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revise a poem and then do a past paper question n ask a friend or someone you trust to check

Answered Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 13:13 by Tiffany
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Answered Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 13:49 by summer2011
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you coul dmake notes on like each poem, noting all the language, structure and form stuff then go over them, and do past questions, thts wat im doin, but it's DRAGGIN... been doin it all day :l

Answered Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 13:53 by Shannon D
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analyse it write notes all over it and put them of a big peace of coloured paper stick it on your bedroom wall or summit and read it every time u get a chance

Answered Mon 23rd May, 2011 @ 18:28 by Anon
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Erm.. what examining board are you doing because usually you are allowed to take a blank anthology with you in the exam as they are not testing you on memorising poems but how you can analyse them.

Answered Sun 30th September, 2012 @ 17:25 by Alice Deane
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I just kept looking over my notes and used the CGP anthology revision guide a lot. Just remember the techniques, the meaning of the poem and the structure. Then you should be okay!

Answered Sun 30th September, 2012 @ 17:41 by Joanne