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Year 9 Poetry Project 2012

Year 9 Poetry Project 2012

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Published by Bianca Hewes
This is the project outline for my Year 9 Protest Poetry Project
This is the project outline for my Year 9 Protest Poetry Project

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Published by: Bianca Hewes on Feb 05, 2012
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Creative Thinkers Project
Can people use their voices to bringabout positive change?
(Due Thursday, Week 4)
Research, design and produce an original poem based on the work of protests poets from Australia and around the world. Your poem will reflectyour answer to the question:
Can people use their voices to bring about  positive change?
This poem will be composed with the help and feedbackof your co-poets from The Guerrilla Artists. The group will compile aneBook of these poems. The working title is "Poems for the Silenced." You will compile your eBook into an audio book.Presentation: This compilation will be shared with family and friends viathe internet. Selected poems will be read at our Performance PoetryEvening.
(Due Thursday, Week 6)
Art requires passion. Passion ignites conflict. You and a group of co-poetshave created a break-away poetry group to explore a specific issue. As agroup you will write a performance poem on this issue.Resource:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Performance_poetry 
ecome a member of a poetry group called
The Guerrilla Artist
. As a member of t

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