London': Language, Form and Structure

In this lesson, we are going to examine some of the ways Blake uses language, form and structure to create meaning within the poem. We will be focusing specifically on Blake's ideas about power.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the definition of 'deprivation?

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Q2.Below are two sentences that use the word 'deprivation'. Which sentence links to the context of 'London'?

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Q3.What major event took place in 1789 that demonstrated that people who did not have power could revolt against those in power?

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Q4.Which two things in the poem are described as "charter'd"?

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Q5.Complete the line, by filling in the missing word: “How the Chimney-sweepers cry/ Every ____________ Church appalls”

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is the definition of 'deprivation?

1/5

Q2.Below are two sentences that use the word 'deprivation'. Which sentence links to the context of 'London'?

2/5

Q3.What major event took place in 1789 that demonstrated that people who did not have power could revolt against those in power?

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Q4.Which two things in the poem are described as "charter'd"?

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Q5.Complete the line, by filling in the missing word: “How the Chimney-sweepers cry/ Every ____________ Church appalls”

5/5

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'London': Language, Form, and Structure Quiz

A Review quiz to check your understanding of the Key Vocabulary and Terminology, and of the language, form and structure Blake uses in 'London'.

Q1.Which sentence uses the verb 'to oppress' correctly?

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Q2.What is the definition of 'anaphora'?

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Q3.London is "charter'd", even the Thames is controlled by the powerful people in the city.

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Q4.Choose the most suitable reason why Blake wrote 'London'.

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Q5.Fill the sentence with the correct word: 'The language Blake uses shows the suffering experienced by the ___________ and downtrodden people of London.'

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'London': Language, Form, and Structure Quiz

A Review quiz to check your understanding of the Key Vocabulary and Terminology, and of the language, form and structure Blake uses in 'London'.

Q1.Which sentence uses the verb 'to oppress' correctly?

1/5

Q2.What is the definition of 'anaphora'?

2/5

Q3.London is "charter'd", even the Thames is controlled by the powerful people in the city.

3/5

Q4.Choose the most suitable reason why Blake wrote 'London'.

4/5

Q5.Fill the sentence with the correct word: 'The language Blake uses shows the suffering experienced by the ___________ and downtrodden people of London.'

5/5

Lesson summary: London': Language, Form and Structure

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