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An Intro to Slam Poetry:

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Sheniece Jackson

on 17 April 2017

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Transcript of An Intro to Slam Poetry:

An Intro to Slam Poetry:
Let your voice be heard!

Your Poetry Should...
1. Make a point.

2. Be precise, clear, and original.

3. Use poetic devices (imagery, figurative language, rhythm, rhyme, repetition)
The Rules
1. Express your thoughts about what matters to you.

2. Must be school-appropriate.

3. Have fun!!!
The Project
What is Slam Poetry?
Poems are written to be spoken. Slam poetry is when the poem is performed using the voice and body to bring the poem to life. In a poetry slam, poets compete by reading and reciting original work that is later judged by the audience.
Conclusion
So... Let's Get Started!
We will create poetry, then transform our classroom into a poetry cafe. Read on to find out just what we have in store.
Getting Ideas
View the video clips. Take notes on each of the following areas:
-body language
-tone/use of voice
-audience interaction
-overall presentation
Takeaways...

-Body Language?
-Tone/ Use of Voice?
-Audience Interaction?
-Overall Presentation?
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