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Blackout Poetry

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Laura Murray

on 16 December 2014

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Transcript of Blackout Poetry

Choose a piece of text to use, newspapers and magazine articles, novels, non-fiction texts and many more.

Get ready with your marker...
Step 1
Step 2
Loosen up! Don't worry about making a mistake or messing up your poem - you can't, it's art.

This is supposed to be fun!

Remember, DON'T read the the article or passage right away. Instead scan and look for an 'anchor' word that draws you in. That word will guide the direction of your entire poem.
Step 3
Choose a page - there is a lot of variety. If you don't like it, don't worry! Just choose another one.

Remember the focus is emotive World War II language. Look out for key words that are mentioned in World War II literature that you have read.

Let's go!
Step 4
Here is a video which will help you understand the activity more.










Don't forget to enjoy it and be creative!
16th December 2014
Blackout Poetry
L.O - I can use emotive language to create WWII blackout poetry.

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