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A Poem about School, Plant and Pants byLouise
Now you are going to write a short poem about your school. You can use the one above as a model or you can invent a completely new format. You can add pictures, if you want.
Its called 'A Poem About School'.
Those of us who have read our Ferdinand de Saussure know the distinction in terms of the difference between signifier (form) and signified (content). How do you make the form your object? To study the form of a work you study how it gives rise to its meaning. Imagine we meet each other at breakfast and take turns at giving an account of the party we all attended the night before. We will have a lot of different accounts of one event, a lot of forms for only one content. In the same way anyone could have written a poem about school children dancing but only W. B. Yeats could have written “Among School Children.” The poem is unique not because of its content—what it is about—but because of its form. The “New Criticism” of the thirties and forties established certain techniques of close reading, especially in the work of its figurehead I. A. Richards, whose Principles of Literary Criticism is now a modern classic.
My daughter Becky wrote a poem about school which I scrapped very simply. I used a woodgrain background to represent the school desk, then attached the original poem. I matted the photo on red card to pick up the bright colour of her school bag and used photo corners to attach it to the page. Simple but effective. In case you cannot read the poem in the picture I have included it below the photograph.If you've written a poem about school, or know someone who has, please submit it (only submit other people's poems if you've asked them and they said it's ok!)Here's a little poem about school for children. Sometimes as parents, we need to simply inspire our young children to take more interest in school. That's the purpose of this poem.This is a thumbnail of the page "Write a poem about school. Start each line with a letter from the word school." The full-size printout is available only to site members. All of the pupils answered that they noticed PLAN’s “Learn Without Fear” Campaign and Because I am a Girl. The pupils learned about these campaigns through their teachers and through the notebooks, papers, pencils and ballpens that were given by the PLAN Personnel. They were also able to watch a video about education. One of the pupils said that the video was a story of one child who was very hungry and he was told to sell instead of getting into school. She said that there were also stories and a poem about school violence prevention. In fact, she was interviewed together with their principal by the PLAN Personnel about what she learned in the “Learn Without Fear Campaign”.Hi, im currently doing my teacher training at Edge Hill in Ormskirk, UK. Our current subject in school is poetry on certain themes, our first theme is school. If possible i would like the pupils to look on your website and find their favourite poem about school. They would then copy the poem, write their own sentence about why they liked the poem and then decorate it to go in our class anthology. We will hopefully be taking poems from a variety of different sources, using your website would allow the children to use I.T aswell. The anthology would not be getting published, it would just be a resource we would use in our classroom. Would this be ok for us to use one or more of your poems?