Poems From Before 1914

Poems From Before 1914

A teaching resource provided by Willson Education.

Resource Description

This worksheets asks students to read extracts from The Tyger, The Highwayman, Daffodils, Sonnet 18, The Lady Of Shallott and Blackberry Picking and predicts when they were written as well as draw pictures to represent what they see when reading the extract

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Poems From Before 1914.docx
Microsoft Word 15KB

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Willson Education
Willson Education
I’m a Geography teacher with experience educating at various levels, ranging from mainstream schools, SEN and extra-curricular tuition. I also have experience in teaching humanities, English and PSHE topics. My resources are designed primarily as schemes of works for mainly Geographical topics with all levels considered

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