Reading and Exploring 'Good Bones' by Maggie Smith
In this lesson, you will explore the power of poetry in the 21st century, before reading Smith's poem 'Good Bones' and analysing her use of sentence types. By the end of the lesson, I hope you will be inspired to write your own poem for change.
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