Match the quotes with the correct technique used AND the explanation.

Match the quotes with the correct technique used AND the explanation.

This poem draws on Agard's experience to make us look at the way [[history]] is taught, and how we conceive our identity as we learn about [[cultural]] traditions and narratives. It becomes clear that Agard had to follow a history [[curriculum]] biased towards whites, especially British whites, so that he learned about mythical, nursery [[rhyme]] characters instead of living black people from the past. He challenges this view of history and cites some major black figures to balance the bias and create a basis for his own [[identity]].

In this poem, the speaker is talking about his [[identity]] and how it links to his knowledge of history. He was taught [[British]] History at school but not about his Caribbean [[roots]]. He lists famous figures from history and questions why he has no [[knowledge]] of those from other cultures who did great things.

In the poem he mentions men and women from other [[cultures]] who should be remembered and celebrated and he concludes by saying he is going to create his own identity based on his [[heritage]].

Sort the statements between which are true and which are false.