# CLIFS - A Level Literature at Caldew School

CLIFS AO1: Articulate informed, personal and creative responses to literary texts, using associated concepts and terminology, and coherent, accurate written expression. AO1 Articulate informed, personal and creative responses to literary texts, using associated concepts and terminology, and coherent, accurate written expression. * perceptive, assured and sophisticated argument in relation to the task * assured use of literary critical concepts and terminology; mature and impressive expression

AO2 Analyse ways in which meanings are shaped in literary texts. * perceptive understanding of authorial methods in relation to the task * assured engagement with how meanings are shaped by the methods used AO3 Demonstrate understanding of the significance and influence of the contexts in which literary texts are written and received. * perceptive understanding of the significance of relevant contexts in relation to the task

* assuredness in the connection between those contexts and the historicist literary concept studied AO4 Explore connections across literary texts. * perceptive exploration of connections across literary texts arising out of historicist study AO5 Explore literary texts informed by * perceptive and confident engagement with the different interpretations. debate set up in the task CLIFS

One of the reasons poetry is so effective (and so challenging!) is that poetry doesnt tell, it shows. It does this through the poets use of imagery, language, form and so on. So when youre writing about poetry in an exam, you need to be able to not only say what the poem is about, but what techniques the poet is using and what effect they have. The acronym CLIFS can help you remember what to include in your analysis. CLIFS C Context (AO3) L Language (AO1/AO2) I Imagery (AO1/AO2) F Form (AO1/AO2) S Structure (AO1/AO2)

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