"you Can't Order a Poem Like You Order a Taco": an Introduction To Poetry
Pupils explore what poetry is and certain aspects within it. They write their own knowledge and perceptions of poetry and the expand that knowledge and experience through listening to, reading, and writing poetry and exploring poetic terminology.
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