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Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro
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Kelli pecha kucha poetry intro

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

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

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  1. Connecting with poetry, again, and again:<br />A poetry ‘pedigree’. by Kelli McGraw<br />2011 poetry pechakucha: (re)connecting with poetry<br />
  2. 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 />
  3. HIGH SCHOOL<br />UNIVERSITY<br />TEACHING<br />Junior:<br /><ul><li>Haiku
  4. Limmerick
  5. Cinquain
  6. Ballad
  7. ABAC rhyme</li></ul>Year 11:<br /><ul><li>Romantic poetry</li></ul>Year 12:<br /><ul><li>John Keats
  8. Les Murray</li></ul>Year 8:<br /><ul><li>Protest poems</li></ul>Year 9:<br /><ul><li>Narrative in poetry
  9. ‘The Raven’
  10. Sonnets</li></ul>Year 10:<br /><ul><li>Poetry and song lyrics
  11. ‘The road not taken’
  12. Papercuts workshop</li></ul>Year 11:<br /><ul><li>Sylvia Plath (gender & power)
  13. Voices of protest - songs</li></ul>Year 12:<br /><ul><li>Skrzynecki (journeys)</li></li></ul><li>2009: ‘Papercuts’ workshop<br />
  14. The poetry walk:<br />Seeing the world ‘through the eyes of a poet’<br />
  15. Exam revision: the poetry scroll<br />
  16. New York City<br />
  17. poetry notebooks<br />
  18. Continuing the poetry connection…<br />what is next for me (and you)?<br /><ul><li>More connections with poets
  19. More poetry writing
  20. More poetry reading
  21. More connecting others with poetry</li></li></ul><li>Today:<br /><ul><li>‘Pechakuchas’ (x 3)
  22. Poem readings (x 5)
  23. Resource screenings (x 2)
  24. Poet in focus: Ross Clark
  25. Conversation & connection</li></ul>BEING! BEGIN!<br />

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