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Be You & Become a Better Writer: Poetry Writing, 8-Week Course


Improvisational Poetry Writing and Illustrating to Jazz Music #1

In this two day, 60 minute class, students will be creating and illustrating a free verse poem from imagination, creativity, and jazz music!
Mike P
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Completed by 3 learners
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$16 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 1 week
55 minutes per class

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Class Experience

Students will gaining increase knowledge a free verse poetry, imagery, symbolism, tone, and voice to create a poem based on a jazz piece of music using their creativity an imagination to create a theme for what the song is about to them and produce a working draft of a poem based on their own inspiration.
Depending on the pace of the student, he or she may need to complete writing the first verse of the poem between the first and second class and may need to finish illustrating the poem after the second class is over.
Instructor will supply a packet containing all instructions and Supply requirements. Students would benefit from having White Construction or computer paper, pencil, ruler, thin Line Sharpie and crayons or colored pencils
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.


Mike PThird fifth sixth grade teacher
556 total reviews
780 completed classes

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There is nothing more exciting than when you see a student think deeply, question ideas, share a knew thought, or explore the meaning of the character’s action/ decision or a quote  or a purpose the author had when writing a novel. Helping... 
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