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Bruce Dawe - Enter Without So Much as Knocking

Bruce Dawe - Enter Without So Much as Knocking

Author: Polly Dunning
Description:

To explore and annotate Bruce Dawe's poem 'Enter Without So Much as Knocking'

This tutorial gives a reading line by line of this poem to help you to better understand it and be able to annotate your own copy.

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Tutorial

Instructions

READ THROUGH THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE WATCHING THE VIDEO

  1. ​WRITE notes while you watch the video (this can be in the form of annotating your copy of the poem)
  2. SUMMARISE what you have learned in one or two paragraphs. This means summarising the poem and what you know about it.
  3. ​QUESTION the video. Write down two questions that you have about the poem. If you think you don't have any, write down two questions you think someone else might have.

YOU MUST DO THIS BEFORE OUR NEXT LESSON

Enter Without So Much as Knocking