Have you ever had a really bad hair day because you've been blown about in the wind?
Well, that's nothing compared to what the islanders in this poem have to go through!
You will need to grab your Power and Conflict anthology for these activities.
It might be useful to get a pen and paper too to make notes.
We're going to compare the content in the poem 'Storm on the Island' by Seamus Heaney with other poems.
These are the aspects that we're going to consider:
Structure and form
Feelings and attitudes
As you work through the activity, try to make notes to help you study later.
When you are ready - let's make a start!