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Slides for the opening pecha kucha in our poetry mini-conference. Student PBL presentation day.

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  • Connecting with poetry, again, and again:
    A poetry ‘pedigree’. by Kelli McGraw
    2011 poetry pechakucha: (re)connecting with poetry
  • With the lights out, it's less dangerousHere we are now, entertain usI feel stupid and contagiousHere we are now, entertain us…
    So never mind the darkness
    we still can find a wayNothin' lasts forever
    even cold November rain
    I may be dumb, but I’m not a dweeb
    I’m just a sucker with no self esteem
  • HIGH SCHOOL
    UNIVERSITY
    TEACHING
    Junior:
    • Haiku
    • Limmerick
    • Cinquain
    • Ballad
    • ABAC rhyme
    Year 11:
    • Romantic poetry
    Year 12:
    • John Keats
    • Les Murray
    Year 8:
    • Protest poems
    Year 9:
    • Narrative in poetry
    • ‘The Raven’
    • Sonnets
    Year 10:
    • Poetry and song lyrics
    • ‘The road not taken’
    • Papercuts workshop
    Year 11:
    • Sylvia Plath (gender & power)
    • Voices of protest - songs
    Year 12:
    • Skrzynecki (journeys)
  • 2009: ‘Papercuts’ workshop
  • The poetry walk:
    Seeing the world ‘through the eyes of a poet’
  • Exam revision: the poetry scroll
  • New York City
  • poetry notebooks
  • Continuing the poetry connection…
    what is next for me (and you)?
    • More connections with poets
    • More poetry writing
    • More poetry reading
    • More connecting others with poetry
  • Today:
    • ‘Pechakuchas’ (x 3)
    • Poem readings (x 5)
    • Resource screenings (x 2)
    • Poet in focus: Ross Clark
    • Conversation & connection
    BEING! BEGIN!