'Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802', by William Wordsworth

A Poetry Lesson Plan from Education Umbrella

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'This city now doth, like a garment, wear
The beauty of the morning; silent, bare'

'Earth has not anything to show more fair' than the prose and poetry of William Wordsworth. Well, a slight exaggeration perhaps, but only slight.

In this lesson plan, students consider the relationship of man and nature, while also mulling the title of the poem, which is withheld until later in the lesson.

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Year 10 [GCSE] - Year 11 [GCSE]
Subjects Covered:
  • English 1st Language
  • • Poetry

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  • to consider the relationship of man and nature and how Wordsworth expresses it in the poem
  • to guess at the poem's title
  • to write a precis of the poem

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