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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

What do you call 20 students sitting, listening and clicking their fingers?

Poetry Slam! Of course!

This week we were lucky to have Marina Alefosio and four high school students come and perform some spoken word to us. We learnt to show our appreciation by clicking our fingers.

They gave us some great ideas for some poems so we raced back to class and had our own poetry slam straight away. Here are the top four points scorers and their poems. Well done Danielle for coming first!

Give our poets some feedback about what you liked and what you think they could work on.


14 comments:

  1. I like the way that they stood up and look foreword bye

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  2. cool poems! My favorite poem was... Mine, just jokes,it was all of them! by the way it is me Danielle from ROOM3!I loved how much detail you added. Next time... This was blog post so good it does not need a next time. Here is my blog(wpsdaniellee.blogspot.com) bye thanks for reading!!!

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  3. hi room 3. I like the way you guys performed,and my favorite one is andrea's because her on was funny and she stood up confident bye

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  4. HI Room 3 it's me Phi-An from your class room.I just wanted to say that your poetry was really good because of how you stood up and tried Ur hardest even if you were shy.It reminded me when i did that too.What i think u could maybe work on is lifting ur head an looking at the audience but great one .Later

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  5. Hi my name is Richard.I am a person in room 3 at Wesley primary school.I like the way how you guys showed your poetry but tried to r ember some of the words.And i like how you's no how to do poem properly.

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  6. Hi room 3 i really like how you performed your poem confidently and also how interesting they were. This reminded me of when i had to perform my poem to the class. maybe you should work is that you should look at the audience more.

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  7. Hi students, in such a short amount of time you have all learned one great technique about spoken word poetry which is MEMORISATION :-) Keep writing, performing and speaking your poetry out loud. Practise, practice, practice and the poetry will come so naturally you won't even have to try - it will become your second language :-) YOU GUYS ARE PRECIOUS!!!

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  8. hey guys great work i reaaly like how brave you guys wheir performing up their great gob

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  9. Hi, my name is Genesis and I am a student at Wesley Primary School in room 4. Great job Danielle on doing a great poem and I like how you memorized your whole poem.

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  10. Hi there, my name is Luseane. I really like how you had the guts to get up there and perform! This reminded me of last years poetry slam. Maybe next yous could have spoke more louder. If you would like my blog is http://wpsluseanem.blogspot.co.nz
    Thanks for reading my comment!
    Blog you later!

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  11. Hi, my name is Levi. I go to Wesley Primary School. I really liked how some students were brave to perform.

    Blog ya later!

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  12. Hi there,my name is Sarah.I really like how you memorized your poems and how you had the nerve to gut up there and perform it.Maybe next time you guys could speak louder.If you would like to see my blog my blog is http://wpssarahv.blogspot.com/
    Blog you later!

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  13. Hi, my name is Gammado from Room 4. I really like your poetry slam some of them were funny. Maybe next time you could write it down so we can read is well. You can blog on my class blog at https://wpsvega.blogspot.com/

    Blog You Later

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