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PRE-READING QUESTIONS Poetry
Look at the following photograph and discuss the question. Make notes of your ideas. What is the setting (place) depicted in the photograph? Describe this setting in as much detail as possible. ©istockphoto
The following photograph appeared in a South African newspaper in 1960. Describe the encounter in as much detail as possible: who are the people in the photo, what are they doing, and why? ©Drum Social Histories/Baileys African History Archive/Africa Media Online
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