Audio Education Study Guides
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|Other Information: ||Cassette format|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 December 2001|
SmartPass 'On Your Marks' audio guides use full-cast drama to introduce students, and literature-lovers alike, to the real life and times of authors and their text(s). Devised for key stage 3 & 4, the guides present entertaining, essential information plus intelligent debate to help students develop, express and support their ideas with confidence. (350 characters with spaces)
Table of Contents
As the story of one man's war is revealed through flashbacks, with the help of his great granddaughter and the PassMaster, he hears and analyses the following poems: Dulce et Decorum est, Anthem for Doomed Youth, The Send Off, Spring Offensive, Exposure, Disabled, Insensibility, Mental Cases, Futility, At Calvary near the Ancre, Greater Love, The Parable of the Old Man and the Young, Strange Meeting by Owen; The Call by Pope; Excerpt from Henry V by Shakespeare; The General, Suicide in the Trenches, Blighters, The Hero, The Dug-out, The Rear Guard (Hindenberg Line, April 1917), Does it Matter? by Sassoon; Peace, The Dead by Brooke; Excerpts from All Quiet on the Western Front by Remarque; Into Battle by Grenfell; In Flanders Fields by McRae; Returning, we Hear the Larks, The Dying Soldier, Louse Hunting, Dead Man's Dump, Break of Day in the Trenches by Rosenberg; As the Team's Head Brass by, This is No Case of Petty Right or Wrong, No One Cares Less Than I Thomas; Comrades: an episode, Noon by Nichols; The Charge of the Light Brigade by Tennyson; Officers' Mess by Munro; Come on My lucky Lads by Blunden; The Waste Land by Eliot.
|Publisher: ||Smartpass Ltd|