Literature Grade 4 Poetry Homework

Literature Grade 4 Poetry Homework Genre/Topic:

A poem by Russell Hoban. What does “homework is very fat” mean?

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Literature Grade 6 Poetry Sea–Fever

Literature Grade 6 Poetry Sea–Fever Genre/Topic:

Know the author. What is ‘’Sea–Fever’’ by John Masefield about? Does the poem “Sea–Fever” by John Masefield suggest that people always find the things they seek? Justify your answer.

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Literature Grade 5 Poetry Stopping by woods on a snowy evening

Literature Grade 5 Poetry Stopping by woods on a snowy evening Genre/Topic:

A poem by Robert Frost. Where does the rider stop? Who will not see his stop there? Why? Why do you think the horse is confused? How does the horse respond to the strangeness of the place? Why can the writer not remain longer in the lovely woods?

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Literature Grade 3 Poetry The hungry snake

Literature Grade 3 Poetry The hungry snake Genre/Topic:

Why is it hard for snakes to hop or skip?

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Literature Grade 1 Poetry Rhinos purple, Hippos green

Literature Grade 1 Poetry Rhinos purple, Hippos green Genre/Topic:

A poem by Michael Patrick Hearn where you can find hippopotamus and rhinos?

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Literature Grade 1 Poetry Mice

Literature Grade 1 Poetry Mice Genre/Topic:

Where do the mice live? what color are they?

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Literature Grade 1 Poetry People

Literature Grade 1 Poetry People Genre/Topic:

A poem by Alan Maley

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Literature Grade 4 Poetry Mr. Nobody

Literature Grade 4 Poetry Mr. Nobody Genre/Topic:

Who is Mr. Nobody? What does Mr. Nobody do?

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Literature Grade 8 Poetry All The World’s A Stage

Literature Grade 8 Poetry All The World’s A Stage Genre/Topic:

What are men and women if world is a stage? What does an infant do? What is a man like when he is lover? Why old age is called second childhood?

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Literature Grade 5 Poetry You can’t be that you can’t be that

Literature Grade 5 Poetry You can’t be that you can’t be that Genre/Topic:

What are the things that “they” want the speaker to be? What are the things the speaker wants to be? What don’t “they” know about the speaker? How can he fulfil his ambition?

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