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  • image2.png POEM RECITATION Ms. Delgado and Mrs. Gonzalez 7th grade English class
  • image2.png POEM RECITATION  The secret to the effective recitation of a poem is practice. Patience and perseverance will overcome the difficulty of memorization and presentation. Practice before different audiences to gain confidence and fluency. Practice without notes as soon as possible. Practice slow delivery and natural movements so that the audience can take the meaning of the words into their hearts and minds.
  • image2.png ITEMS EVALUATED DURING A POEM RECITATION POEM RECITATION Stage presence Articulation Interpretation Memory/Accuracy Style
  • image2.png STAGE PRESENCE  Smile.  et your eyes range over the audience from front to back.  peak to the back of the room.  et your voice naturally lift and drop with the cadence of the text.
  • image2.png ARTICULATION Quality – Tone of voice reveals your feelings about your poem. Pitch - Questions and statements require different voice pitch; your voice. gliding up and down adds color and feeling to the recitation. Force – Intensity of your voice – let your volume match the mood of the text. Rate – Vary the rate of recitation with the mood of the text. Phrasing – Group words into meaningful phrases so that thoughts and images of the poet are best
  • image2.png INTERPRETATION  ith practice, the meaning of the selection determines what should be emphasized. Develop your own techniques of voice and body that convey what the poem means to you – your own interpretation of what the poet was trying to convey.  Think of your own experiences and use them to communicate what the poem means to you.
  • image2.png MEMORY/ACCURACY  ecite accurately so that the poet’s message is clearly conveyed to the listener.  ractice with a qualified listener; record your recitations to check for accuracy and strengths and weaknesses.
  • image2.png STYLE  our natural style will develop with practice. With the confidence that fluency and accuracy bring, you will develop your own, unique winning style.
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  • image2.png Disappointments by Vivian Gilbert Zabel  Every life has a room where memories are stored A box of special occasions here, shelves of shared laughter there. But back in the shadows, lurks a trunk locked tight, Not to be opened and searched. 