4 resources which includes:
1. At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners Consequence Chart
An advanced task where students must make the connections and explore the consequences of Judgement Day in the context that the poem was written in.
2. At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners Close Reading
This worksheet can be used as a group work task, jigsaw group work task or individual analysis. For differentiation you could ask students upon completion of the worksheet to create an essay question based on the four elements they explored and complete, or provide a simple summary question for slower learners.
3. At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners Themes of Justice, Judgement and the Apocalypse
A listening task where students must identify important images based on statements read by the teacher. For each image students must write a summary paragraph explaining the symbol's importance. The second aspect of the worksheet is a word cluster to expand on one symbol's significance in the poem as a whole.
4. At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners Mortality Writing Frame
A series of idea starters to encourage extended paragraph writing.