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Workshop 15: To Tell the Tale

Workshop 15: To Tell the Tale
Workshop 15: To Tell the Tale

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  • A poem is never finished, only abandoned. — Paul Valery , French critic and poet This workshop provides the opportunity for review and...
  • ACTIVITY MINUTES Opening 5 Activity 1: Poetry Slam Review 40 Activity 2: Evaluations 10 Faith in Action: Choral Reading Review 20 Closing 5
  • This workshop will ask participants to reflect upon their experiences during the Poetry Slam performance and the program as a whole. Take...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice and matches Description of Activity Use the Opening designed by your group or the one provided below. Gather...
  • Materials for Activity Journals Pens or pencils Blank thank-you cards Postage stamps (optional) Preparation for Activity To add a...
  • Materials for Activity Handout 1, Exploring Our Values through Poetry Evaluation Pens Journals Preparation for Activity Photocopy Handout 1...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice Description of Activity Gather around the chalice. Ask the group to focus on the words "exploring Our Values...
  • Find time to celebrate with your co-leaders and reflect upon the entire program experience. The information from the evaluations should...
  • Materials for Activity Thank-you notes and pens Optional: Postage stamps Description of Activity Discuss the youths' experiences of...
  • A poem is never finished, only abandoned. — Paul Valery , French critic and poet DURING TODAY'S SESSION... We reviewed the experiences of...
  • Please complete the evaluation form and return it to a workshop leader. My favorite part of Exploring Our Values through Poetry was ... My...
  • Two books that might be useful to youth who decide to write poetry as a spiritual practice: Goldberg, Natalie. Writing Down the Bones ...

For more information contact religiouseducation@uua.org.

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