- Spoken Word exercise
- Stereotypes and the Indigenous Culture
- We will be doing spoken word activities all block. Be ready to move and slam!!!
Here is the inquiry project again: Inquiry for Identity
- Rubric! Rubric for Spoken Word
- Rest of the block to work on your spoken word OR poetry sheet.
I will give you the first half of class to work on Spoken word. We will begin with some physical activities to get your brain going and your comfort level up (hopefully).
Remember- you perform on Thursday or Friday.
Then we will watch half of”Homecoming King”. How do stereotypes affect one’s identity? What are the conflicts that may arise when one is a new immigrant? How does Hasam feel about his identity as a Indo-American?
- Go over these terms. For each slide, input the concept: Devices
- Use the rest of the class to work on your poetic device sheet OR your spoken word.
- Poetic Device sheet: due on Friday of next week (the 17th)
- Spoken Word presentations: Wednesday and Thursday of next week!!!
Review “What Kind of Asian…”
Analyze poems in your group.
- Choose ONE poem per partner
- Analyze as we did the our first poems. Write all over it!!!
- Answer the question: how does this poem reflect the identity of the writer?
Rest of the block to work on either 1. Spoken Word 2. Notes for your project.
- We will do a group activity on “imagery” and figurative devices.
- If we have time, continue working on your poetry map.
- Have your spoken word topic ready for tomorrow!!!!
Stereotypes- what are some common ones? How are they formed? What impact does it have on a person? On a culture?
- Time to start spoken word! Here is the outline: Spoken Word Presentation
2. We will watch a variety of videos today too.
3. You MUST have a topic by Thursday!!!! Just a topic is fine.
4. Figurative Language in Poetry! You are to know ALL of these terms for English 10.: poetry_terminology_10-
5. Do this worksheet to help you learn them: Poetry Terms Graphic Organizer
6. That sheet is due by Monday!!!