Chaucer’s Verse: Structure and Form

A screencast and powerpoint to look at the structure and form in Chaucer’s Merchant’s Tale. This covers an introduction to the Iambic Pentameter and a look at the narrative form of the tale with some opportunities for students to work independently.

Chaucer’s verse and style

The screencast link to the John Lyon English Department You Tube channel:https://youtu.be/lrXpQUoYWoA

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Filed under AQA LitB 4, OCR A level, OCR English Literature, OCR NEW English Literature, poetry

2 responses to “Chaucer’s Verse: Structure and Form

  1. Really useful – thank you. Your stuff somehow get me through teaching The Pardoner’s Tale this year – my class thank you!!!!

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