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This film is from the series Poets in Person available on BBC Teach.

Poet John Agard describes the process of writing his poem ‘Checking Out Me History’.

He explores where the ideas behind the poem came from.

His commentary is illustrated with school scenes and his own performance of extracts from the poem.

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Angelaprogressschools

a year ago
5

Great resource will being using this next year with the year 10 students.

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