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My name is Tammy and I'm at the end of an English degree, and I am hoping to secure a place at Keele University to do a Secondary English PGCE. I have an interview next week, for which I have to prepare a 2 minute presentation on a novel or poem that I would like to teach at KS3. I've read around a bit and I am considering William Blake - the songs of innocence/experience, as I felt it would cover Literature - it's canonical and classical - and also Language, where it would be possible to examine the different treatment of the same subject through a different use of language.
If I could get your thoughts on this I would be very grateful. I want something that will reallly impress them, I really want a place at Keele!
Thank you, in advance :)
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