* Close study of individual poems with activities which encourage students to read the poems comparatively and in context. * Active drama approaches offering accessible ways into the poems and appealing to a range of learning styles. * Contextual material including: Blake's own work and beliefs; historical, political and literary contexts closely connected to textual study. * A range of critical responses and ways of exploring the context of readings over time. * Strategies to support students in preparing to write about the poems in examination.
CD ROM for interactive whiteboards, data projectors and PCs * Interactive activities and resources complementing and extending each section of the print publication. * 35-minute interview divided into 10 sections with Blake specialist Professor David Punter, Bristol University. * Extracts from The South Bank Show: Peter Ackroyd, Alan Ginsberg and enacted readings. * Images and Picture Power program for work on 'London'. * All the poems from Songs of Innocence and of Experience (illuminated poems and Word files). * A pdf of the full publication enabling you to create your own resources.