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