This activity is designed to lead students to form their own understanding of the ideas and feelings in the poem, which you will find on the third page of the attachment.
On page one, there is the full list of the questions involved, in chronological order. But to avoid the impression of yet another list of comprehension questions, I do not issue these questions as they stand. On page two, the questions are re-ordered to engage group discussion – such a vital part of language learning and the development of ideas.
To use them in class, , print and cut the second page of the attachment into three, so that each group receives only “their” questions.