Use these 5 unique blackout poetry worksheets and have your class create an incredible piece of visual found poetry that is unique to them. <>>>

8 0 obj These words and phrases will become your blackout poem. 5 0 obj The words for blackout poems are already written on the page, but it’s up to the blackout poet to bring new meaning and life to these words. blackout poems sidekick books www.sidekickbooks.com. application of blackout poetry. "Life", tangled found poem. %���� 2015 Source: A Separate Peace by John Knowles Part of Total Black Out Week! The words for blackout poems are already written on the page, but it’s up to the blackout poet to bring new meaning and life to these words. 6 0 obj stream <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 720 540] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> Goldie Saint Onge has uploaded 268 photos to Flickr. Or photocopy some pages from a kids’ book or a favorite 4 0 obj 3 0 obj Blackout Poems Stacy Antoville, an amazing middle school art teacher in New York City, first introduced me to blackout poetry. An excellent introduction to contemporary poetry and a creative English exercise your class will love. 

SEQUENCE: INTRODUCTION: Students learn the work of Austin Kleon and Tom Phillips and practice writing their own blackout poem using newspaper articles. <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 720 540] /Contents 9 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 1>> They will … endobj ! PDF (121.68 KB) Blackout poetry is an amazing way to write poetry by repurposing another author's words. Blackout Poetry is a creative way to repurpose your old newspapers and magazines. Inspired by the work of Austin Kleon, students will be introduced to the process of blackout poetry, and use book pages to create their own blackout poetry. <>
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Time: One class period. You can also be on the lookout for old books at yard sales and thrift stores. %PDF-1.5 Blackout Poetry Poetry Art Book Page Art Art Journal Therapy Zen Doodle Patterns Book Art Blackout Poetry Art Altered Books Pages Altered Book Art Black Out Poetry with Google Docs See how students can use some simple tricks in Google Docs to create their own Black Out Poetry. Explore Goldie Saint Onge's photos on Flickr. endobj More Black Out Poetry. Materials: Paper, pens, markers (especially black), existing texts (magazines, newspapers, book, etc.) •You will use 1 to 2 pages from The Things They Carried to create a black-out poem as a response to what you have read so far. endobj

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3. Contents John BetJeman #killallwhitemen p. 11 JameS CoGhILL Iridology for Jellyfish p. 12 CeCIL day LewIS Ode to Derpy Hooves p. 15 GILeS GoodLand John Berryman must die p. 16 JameS Goodman Knee deep, I cave and whisper p. 17 ted huGheS How I got away with it p. 18 <> <> They can be created using the pages of old books or even articles cut from yesterday’s newspaper. mixed media sample: found poetry. The Things They Carried Blackout Poetry Assignment •Blackout Poetry is a form of “found poetry” in which poems are created from the words of an existing piece of writing. Blackout Poetry Tommy Jolly, Kennesaw Mountain Writing Project Grade level: 6-12 and teachers Overview: Students will create original found poetry using existing texts from magazines or books.
Blackout poems can be created using the pages of old books or even articles cut from yesterday’s newspaper. Blackout Poetry Tommy Jolly, Kennesaw Mountain Writing Project Grade level: 6-12 and teachers Overview: Students will create original found poetry using existing texts from magazines or books. 4. <> Requirements •The words have to make sense together, or have been chosen for emphasis. endobj "Leaving Town" by Meg Winikates, originally from a page of The Walk West by Peter and Barbara Jenkins, – – – Black Out Poetry: c.b.w. See more ideas about Poetry art, Blackout poetry, Blackout poetry art. endobj 9 0 obj 8.25"x5.25", pen, pencil, colored pencil, white gel pen, white charcoal on vintage paper from "Walden", $80 +SH. endobj endobj Inspired by the work of Austin Kleon, students will be introduced to the process of blackout poetry, and use book pages to create their own blackout poetry. The goal of the lesson is to allow students to visually connect written words and artistic imagery.! Materials: Paper, pens, markers (especially black), existing texts (magazines, newspapers, book, etc.) Blackout Poetry •The act of redacting words from printed sources to purposely create new meaning.