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Representing: How to Slam a Poem

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Alan Crowley

on 23 May 2014

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Transcript of Representing: How to Slam a Poem

A Purpose
The Diction
The Invention
The Conviction
Slamming a Poem
Memories
Feelings
A Voice
A message about what you "GET" about a THEME
VIVID Stories about the times helped you "GET IT."
Revealing the PASSION inside your heart.
A sense of your audience and what THEY need
"...you have to close your eyes and listen to the hum of his conviction, his diction, his invention."
_ John Crowley, on David Foster Wallace's "This is Water"
IMAGES FEELINGS

IDEAS FIGURES
1. Brainstorm
2. Blast
3. Sculpt
List possibilities
Freewrite for Five ("Loop" for more.)
-Trim the fat
-Make breaks and patterns
-Move things around
- Add "flava"
Mental Models
Yawp
Howl
"To This Day",
Shane Koyczan
"Pretty",
Katie Makkei
"I Will",
Suheir Hammad
"Soul to Pencil"
then read aloud!
then read aloud!
then READ ALOUD!!!
Student Work
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