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<ul>Inspiration from PHOTOGRAPHERS </ul><ul><ul><li>INS ‘JOAN MIR Ó’
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
AGUSTÍ LLOBERAS DEL CASTILLO </li></ul></ul>
New York  by Louis Stettner
Round of Cards  by Umbo (1935)
Hell´s Gate Paris  by Robert Doisneau (1952)
Mujer que lee  by Ferdinando Scianna
Le phenomene de l'extase  by Brassai (1932)
<ul>NOW, LET'S WRITE A POEM </ul>
<ul>Alan Maley and Alan Duff. (1989).  The Inward Ear. Poetry in the language classroom . Cambridge Handbooks for Language...
<ul>Alan Maley and Alan Duff. (1989).  The Inward Ear. Poetry in the language classroom . Cambridge Handbooks for Language...
<ul>Now it is your turn to write a poem. </ul><ul><li>See Henri Cartier-Bresson's pictures again.
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Writing activity for Batxillerat. It seeks inspiration in black & white pictures by several photographers.

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Letter poetry - photographers-1

  1. 1. <ul>Inspiration from PHOTOGRAPHERS </ul><ul><ul><li>INS ‘JOAN MIR Ó’
  2. 2. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
  3. 3. AGUSTÍ LLOBERAS DEL CASTILLO </li></ul></ul>
  4. 4. New York by Louis Stettner
  5. 5. Round of Cards by Umbo (1935)
  6. 6. Hell´s Gate Paris by Robert Doisneau (1952)
  7. 7. Mujer que lee by Ferdinando Scianna
  8. 8. Le phenomene de l'extase by Brassai (1932)
  9. 9. <ul>NOW, LET'S WRITE A POEM </ul>
  10. 10. <ul>Alan Maley and Alan Duff. (1989). The Inward Ear. Poetry in the language classroom . Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers. </ul><ul>What i </ul><ul>What is this? Who sent it? Why did they send it? Who is it for? What does it say? </ul>
  11. 11. <ul>Alan Maley and Alan Duff. (1989). The Inward Ear. Poetry in the language classroom . Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers. </ul>
  12. 12. <ul>Now it is your turn to write a poem. </ul><ul><li>See Henri Cartier-Bresson's pictures again.
  13. 13. Ask yourself the same kind of questions: </li><ul><li>What, When, Where, Why, Who…
  14. 14. Yes/No questions </li></ul><li>The first sentence must be: </li><ul><li>Who can it be? </li></ul><li>The last sentence must be: </li><ul><li>do I ____ to _____? </li></ul></ul>

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