Literature Grade 7 Poetry The Brook

Literature Grade 7 Poetry The Brook Genre/Topic:

Where does the brook originate and where does it end? List the places which the brook passes by during its journey to the river. The brook doesn’t always sound the same as it flows. Pick out four different sounds that it makes. Do you think the poet is a nature lover? What makes you say […]

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Literature Grade 2 Poetry Don’t throw the seeds away

Literature Grade 2 Poetry Don’t throw the seeds away Genre/Topic:

A poem by Paramita Kaur.

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Literature Grade 2 Poetry Animal sounds

Literature Grade 2 Poetry Animal sounds Genre/Topic:

Where can’t the duck go? Where does the dog go? Who can’t find little Bo-Peep? Who squeaks from the roof of the house? What does the horsy say?

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Literature Grade 3 Poetry The fun fair

Literature Grade 3 Poetry The fun fair Genre/Topic:

What do you like about fun fair?

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Literature Grade 8 Poetry Fire And Ice

Literature Grade 8 Poetry Fire And Ice Genre/Topic:

Would it then be right to say that passion is as hot as fire? Explain in your own words. Is hatred then a cold emotion? Explain in your own words. Write down the words which rhyme with fire. Write down the words which rhyme with ice.

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Literature Grade 8 Poetry The Tyger

Literature Grade 8 Poetry The Tyger Genre/Topic:

How has the poet described the tiger? “Did He who made the lamb make thee?” In this line, who does “He” refer to? What do you think the poet is trying to stress by repeating the first stanza of the poem in the end?

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Literature Grade 7 Poetry Don’t Rat On A Mouse

Literature Grade 7 Poetry Don’t Rat On A Mouse Genre/Topic:

What are the names of the different animals, birds, insects, fish, mammals that are mentioned in the poem? Make a list of them. What advice does the poet give the reader?

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Literature Grade 6 Poetry Coromandel Fishers

Literature Grade 6 Poetry Coromandel Fishers Genre/Topic:

What is the significance of the word ‘brother’? What time of the day has the poet described in the first stanza? How can you tell? What do you understand from the first line of the poem? Who does the word ‘brothers’ refer to? The poet has mentioned the four things that are sweet. What are […]

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Literature Grade 2 Poetry Cats

Literature Grade 2 Poetry Cats Genre/Topic:

A poem by Eleanor Farjeon. Where does the cat sleep?

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Literature Grade 8 Poetry My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold

Literature Grade 8 Poetry My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold Genre/Topic:

What happens to the poet when he sees a rainbow? Has the feeling changed since his childhood? Does he want to change it in the future? Explain the paradox “The child is a father of the Man” in your own words in context to the poem.

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