Leisure By W. H. Davies Poetry Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity

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  • Weekly comprehension- exploring different genres and helping prep pupils for end of unit assessments.

    , Jun 5th
    • Hi ufuoma1989,
      Thanks for commenting! I'm glad to hear that this resource will be so useful :)

      , Jun 5th
A differentiated reading comprehension activity based on the poem entitled 'Leisure', by W.H.Davies. Great to use alongside a poetry unit, as a guided reading task or homework activity. Once your class have shown that they understand the language within the poem, they could rehearse and perform it.


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