I don't particularly like poetry. When given the assessment of having to sit in front of several teachers and talk about it. I was not keen at all! I have liked in class learning about The Great war. This is because I have only really learned about WW2 so it was good to learn about the great war. Being able to sit (or stand) in front of people or teachers means you are having to know your content extremely well. The teachers will find out if you don't know your content by throwing curve balls, so it was a good idea that we had to go up the front of class and talk about specific lines we were given, this is because it was a good way to learn poetry. This is a good practise method because it replicates what  we had to do in our assessment.