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Southern Lakes Anthology

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Benjamin Kossow

on 12 January 2017

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Transcript of Southern Lakes Anthology

Southern Lakes Anthology Learn about the different categories
Find out the 2010-2011 theme
Brainstorm ideas for your piece Our lesson today Categories Poetry
Illustrated Writing Poetry Poetry requirements:
Maximum one page
12-15 point font
One inch margin minimum
Double-spacing preferred
A variety of "styles" accepted Prose Prose requirements:
Maximum two typed pages OR 500 words or less
8 1/2" by 11" paper
One inch margins
12-15 point font
Double-spaced required
Art Art requirements:
Black and white only
Emphasis on strong contrast
Pencil must be dark for copying
Original work
Size: 2"x2" to 6 1/2" wide x 9" high
One inch margin around all entries
Use art paper provided Cartoon Cartoon requirements:

Use cartoon paper provided ONLY to get correct size
Black ink or dark pencil
Must have title
May have dialog
NO names within cartoon
Can be political, environmental, social, etc. Illustrated Writing Illustrated Writing requirements:
Maximum of two typed pages or 500 words or less
One inch margins
12-15 point font
Writing and art must complement each other
Two students may collaborate Theme Treasures What is a theme?
All writing and art must be related to the theme in some way
Do not use the theme in the title
Be creative! Treasures:
wealth, rich materials, or valuable things
any thing or person greatly valued or highly prized
to regard or treat as precious; cherish
to retain carefully or keep in store, as in the mind Brainstorming What are some of your treasures? Create a story or poem about something valuable to you. What kind of precious memories or experiences do you treasure? What are some natural treasures? What people in your life are treasures? Were you ever treated as a treasure? How to participate Select a category (poetry, prose, art, cartoon, or illustrated writing)
Think of an interesting idea related to the theme
Be creative!
Complete your piece and proofread
Fill out an entry form Entry Forms Student completes form
Print all information except the signature
Classroom teacher and TAG coordinator must sign to verify
Write a few sentences about how your piece connects to the theme GOOD LUCK!
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