Touchstones: A Teaching Anthology of Poetry

; Peter Benton

Develop a love for poetry at key stage three with the trusted Touchstones series. This diverse selection of over 150 poems features thought-provoking contemporary voices and much-loved favourites. Tou. Les mer
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Develop a love for poetry at key stage three with the trusted Touchstones series. This diverse selection of over 150 poems features thought-provoking contemporary voices and much-loved favourites. Touchstones: A Teaching Anthology of Poetry will help you to:

* Explain and contextualise poems across a broad range of genres and themes
* Support your lessons with over 100 ready-made activities designed for independent, paired and group work
* Challenge your students with additional activities specifically designed to stretch their learning
* Build the skills required for the poetry element of the latest GCSE English Literature specifications, with chapters dedicated to comparative and unseen poetry
* Introduce a range of poets commonly studied at GCSE, from William Wordsworth to Imtiaz Dharker
* Introduce a range of contemporary poets, such as Kate Clanchy and Holly McNish, alongside more familiar classics
* Support the implementation of the 2014 national curriculum at Key Stage 3

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Michael Benton (Author)
Michael Benton is a highly respected author of Britain's leading poetry anthologies for schools including the 'New Touchstones' series and three books on paintings and poems - 'Double Vision', 'Painting With Words' and 'Picture Poems'. He is a lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Southampton.

Peter Benton (Author)
Dr Peter Benton is a highly respected author of Britain's leading poetry anthologies for schools including the 'New Touchstones' series and three books on paintings and poems - 'Double Vision', 'Painting With Words' and 'Picture Poems'. He is a lecturer in the Department of Educational Studies at Oxford University.