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Question and Answer
Samples and Techniques
RaymondWilson
The poem Poisoned Talk by Raymond Wilson is about the lethal effects of pollution
on the (1)____________________. Each ver...
a. Who confessed to killing cock robin?
b. What ‘great harm’ did the worm do to cock robin?
c. Where did cock robin die?
d...
a. Who confessed to killing the heron?
b. Where does the heron lives?
c. What does the tainted mean?
d. What kind of birds...
a. Who confessed to killing the lake?
b. How does the killer feel about his crime?
c. What is ‘weapon’ used by the killer?...
a. Who confessed to killing the flowers?
b. What does ‘prowl unconfined’ mean?
c. How were the flowers killed?
d. Why do y...
a. Who confessed to killing the forest?
b. What does the word ‘ensured’ (line 22) tell us about this crime?
c. What does w...
Describe your feelings about pollution
after reading this poem.
a. How did the worm kill cock robin?
b. How does Industry feel about killing the lake?
c. Name two poisonous substances me...
a. Cock robin and the birds of the lake died of the same cause. What is the
cause of their deaths?
b. Who took the blame f...
In your opinion, why did the poet write this
poem? Give a reason for your answer
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Poisoned Talk (Quiz Show)

  1. 1. Question and Answer Samples and Techniques RaymondWilson
  2. 2. The poem Poisoned Talk by Raymond Wilson is about the lethal effects of pollution on the (1)____________________. Each verse begins with a (2) ____________ about who is responsible for the (3) __________ of an element of nature. This is followed by a (4) _______________ by the guilty party. The culprit explains how he committed the (5) ____________. From his explanation, we realise the death was caused by (6) ____________. The real killer is (7) _________, who polluted the earth. confession man environmentcrime pollutionquestion death
  3. 3. a. Who confessed to killing cock robin? b. What ‘great harm’ did the worm do to cock robin? c. Where did cock robin die? d. What poisoned the worm?
  4. 4. a. Who confessed to killing the heron? b. Where does the heron lives? c. What does the tainted mean? d. What kind of birds are the tern, duck and drake?
  5. 5. a. Who confessed to killing the lake? b. How does the killer feel about his crime? c. What is ‘weapon’ used by the killer? d. Why did the culprit commit the crime?
  6. 6. a. Who confessed to killing the flowers? b. What does ‘prowl unconfined’ mean? c. How were the flowers killed? d. Why do you think the poet uses alliteration in the last line (line 20)?
  7. 7. a. Who confessed to killing the forest? b. What does the word ‘ensured’ (line 22) tell us about this crime? c. What does word ‘life’ refer to? d. What does the last line (line 25) tell us about the power of the killer? Give reason for your answer.
  8. 8. Describe your feelings about pollution after reading this poem.
  9. 9. a. How did the worm kill cock robin? b. How does Industry feel about killing the lake? c. Name two poisonous substances mentioned in the poem d. Do you think the fish should be blamed for the death of the birds of the lake? Give a reason for your answer
  10. 10. a. Cock robin and the birds of the lake died of the same cause. What is the cause of their deaths? b. Who took the blame for killing the flowers? c. What did sulphur dioxide destroy? d. In your opinion, why did the poet write this poem? Give a reason for your answer
  11. 11. In your opinion, why did the poet write this poem? Give a reason for your answer

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