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Langston Hughes / John Agard

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Poetry Jump-Up - various activities
Activities to help pupils explore the poem. (NB - copies of the poem not provided).
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KS3 | Poetry |  From the resource collection(s): Langston Hughes / John Agard
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Resource 3 - Tricky spellings
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Resource 2 - Passing on messages
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Resource 1 - Punctuation cards
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Week 3 scheme
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Week 2 scheme
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Week 1 scheme
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Overview
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Resources and objectives
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Understanding similes and metaphors is a great poetry resource. Students seem to enjoy creating visual representations of common similes and metaphors. This is particularly helpful for kids who struggle to think figuratively. 

Jenny Fribbins, Teacher