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Write a Personal Manifesto or Rant

The student will be guided through a writing activity to create a personal manifesto for motivation & inspiration. This writing activity is easily accomplished through filling in prompts.
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Class Experience

Students will learn how to express themselves using language and play with some poetic devices such as rhythm, rhyme, imagery and metaphor. They'll begin a creative writing journey that can develop into a powerful tool and has the side benefit of increasing literacy and the pleasure of learning about language. It is also a great motivational tool and can raise the spirit of all who participate in giving energy to the manifesto, such as reciting it aloud with the family.
I am a poet, a creative writer, English as a second language teacher and I have a great deal of facilitation training and experience. I created this course because I feel like having the manifesto or rant poem format available to you as a format to express a strong feeling or thoughts you want to remind yourself of later is a great asset in your personal creative toolkit. 
The only homework will be an invitation to continue working on their manifesto/rant/poem & feel free to submit it for positive feedback! I will adjust my teaching to accommodate all types of learning and participation. If your child for example has trouble printing or typing, cutting out words from a magazine and creating a cut and paste collage of words provides options. You will receive suggestions in advance of the class for materials that can be used as per the student's preference. 
The learner can show up with nothing and simply use a text writing notepad on the computer to complete the tasks. Alternatively a notebook, some pens, pencils and markers or pencil crayons work well as do collage making materials (paper, glue or tape, scissors) and magazines to cut words out of. These can also be acquired after the class if the student chooses to do work on the poem after the class.
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There is no assessment, only supportive encouragement. I will respond to emails after the class with submissions of work. There may be an option to produce the writing into a visual format like a poster or tshirt as well. 
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
I'd like to talk about the Holstee Manifesto.
There is a nice video made from it here:
I will also share one of my poems, some examples can be found on my youtube channel:


Angela Heeds
Lives in Canada
Experienced, Creative, Fun English Teacher - Makes it Easy to Learn

About Me

I've ben teaching for almost two decades, I have an Honours BA degree in English, International Studies Minor and I am an English as a Second Language teacher. I'm also a performance poet and creative writer. I've designed and delivered many... 
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