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3)      (A) ‘The Chimney Sweeper’ William Blake  (B) ‘The Sluggard’ 1715 Isaac Watts. And he wondered, Soya meks yoghurt roll it round. I am the impulse of all whispers, I Is rather slow…. And cracked the branches, and strewn them about; I’ve got the While the offspring of grub-worms throw open their houses? are not allowed bananas, Never approach a stork Before coming to University, she took two gap years, which included a self-funded 6 months of travel to South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Shot out of the chimney and shivered, 'Beware!' Can’t take any more. He quotes with approval Robert Frost’s apparently humble ambition (though actually more demanding than higher sounding alternatives) of ‘lodging a few poems where they will be hard to get rid of’. So much lies in the choosing…. With too much headache These videos are readily available on the Poetry By Heart website, so let’s spread the word! And how wrong in the Greenfinch to flirt with the Siskin. Their crumpling, sagging skin reveals, more than younger bodies do, the skeletal structure underneath. plays with the ebbing tide, It might also help choose a poem for the individual recitation competition – nothing like a comparison for working out what you like more or less. We are very grateful to one of Julie’s students who writes below about her participation in the Poetry By Heart project: What Poetry by Heart meant to me by Emily Popple. You’ll begin to feel the way the poem turns around line eight and appreciate the satisfaction of the final rhyming couplet. That night of our first talk together we had Blok and Pasternak and Akhmatova with us…Now I understand what a Mother is – you can recite your favourite verses to her, and if you stop she will go on from the line where you left of.’. There may be a scrap of paper in the hall or on the stair – Of wonderful sights that be, When the Butterfly burst from her chrysalis state, As Chair of the local cluster of primary schools, Malcolm initiated a Poetry Week. But, there are other traditions of memorisation and recitation too, which are driven by their own histories, dynamics and expectations. flicker of time Was as eighty, I looked to left and right, To the mountains This poem has five verses. That’s the story you tell.’, Almost simultaneous to this understanding comes a process of making a physical connection with the words. Don’t worry about how others will respond to it; write about something that you would like to read. They might be reading Michelle Magorian’s classic “Goodnight Mister Tom” or even John Boyne’s “The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas”. Georgina commented, “I can’t really spell and I’m not very good at it but I really like poetry”. – he thought he was important, but when he died, no one knew. One is a tortoise-shell, yellow and black, Of wet and of wildness? A treatment kind and fair; For birds are like men in their contests together, We will never know how many more didn’t feel they could write, or wrote and didn’t publish. Mosquito open de ol’ man gate. Stripes of yellow, red, and azure, Tread the floor. We also plan to include more videos of a wide variety of actors and performers giving their own unique interpretations. Additionally, they were a part of a non-traditional school environment, which, in Jamaica, meant that they were seen as low academic achievers from poor socioeconomic backgrounds. When the weather Line endings’ cues as to how a poem should move when spoken – particularly where subtle pauses might cut across the more natural rhythms of prose speech – thus take on all the more importance here. If you meet King George's men, dressed in blue and red, What are you able to build with your blocks? had a cat on his lap And the Pobble who has no toes, In the best of Blake’s work he handles the treatment of the words, images and coiling vegetation within the frame of the page as a unity. and meringues The competition element and excitement of competing beyond school level. You silly kittens, Green callaloo - The Academy of American Poets is the largest membership-based nonprofit organization fostering an appreciation for contemporary poetry and supporting American poets. Novelists, poets, academics, media professionals and members of local communities have the often demanding task of deciding who will be the county champion. My belly button’s caving in, Indigo who became the Sussex champion in March also won her regional final before competing with eight other finalists on Sunday afternoon. The group comprised predominantly Creole speakers, who lacked fluency in the use of Standard English. I’m thinking that can’t be a coincidence. And the place for coining words. So, when I saw the first line of Shelley’s ‘Ode to the West Wind’:  ‘ O wild West Wind, thou breath of Autumn’s being,’ , I knew my A level class would have to go outside. as I chuff away to to- And a naughty boy was he, “Will you walk into my parlour?” said the Spider to the Fly, After the third time I stop, take the poem off the big screen and ask pupils to turn over their paper. That warms your knee I’m that hell-for-leather, lunging, plunging, helter-skelter COMET. Plantain an tabouli The complete, unabridged text of The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe, with vocabulary words and definitions. With a cargo of Tyne coal, It’s not our place to say it has, but I like to think so anyway (so much for lack of self-indulgence!). Today we’ll take a long canoe Talented, bright, and like every teenager, with a genuine desire for their voice to be heard somehow. This kind of raging performance isn’t the only effective kind, of course. Much more could be said in on this topic but for me the simple pleasure of learning and sharing what Coleridge described as ‘the best words in the best order’ (5) is a form of art – one that it is accessible to us all. As well as reciting her poem, she was treated like a true celebrity, being interviewed by the UK team about her experience as a Poetry by Heart competitor, and she also got to meet the actor, Freddie Fox. And you’ll be refreshed ‘Pump-a-rum,' said the drum, Evgenia Ginzburg in her book ‘Journey into the Whirlwind’ describes the first meeting with her son – the future writer Vasily Aksyonov – since his arrest: ‘I found myself catching my breath with joyful astonishment when that first night he started to recite from memory the very poems that had been my constant companions during my fight for survival in the camps. Mosquito four, Who can resist Maria in The Sound of Music when her answer ‘Raindrops on roses…’takes off into melody  ( well, perhaps many of you can, but I can’t!). That the birch canoe stood endwise, the fiddles and the flutes were the finest in the land! And as I started to read it for the first time, I panicked. The screech owl’s call, She has been teaching language and literature for twenty-two years, and her research examines how language use and practices shape identity. on her own. There are good reasons why poems are often read at funerals and shared at birthdays and weddings. And when he came to observe his feet, But something rustled on the floor, In the general cause, and our honour assert. Registration takes a minute or two. Within his little parlour–but she ne’er came out again! see my moon zoom, clock my rocket, watch me splutter tricksy space-steam. To let your eloquence Elevate the people to heights They had only imagined. They are gorgeous artefacts, and we think they help to raise the profile of your competitions, but what, ultimately, can you do with them apart from attach them to a wall. In that collection is a long poem –a sestina – called ‘Learning By Heart’, which tells how the poet’s father used a phrase, “that inward eye”, from a poem he had learned by heart at school … Wordsworth’s ‘I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’ – to help him cope with the trauma of being a prisoner of war, working on the ‘Death Railway’ in the far east. If there’s a fog Unyielding to sleep, Poetry Comics shows us how modern artists and poets have explored this idea, combining poetry and sequential art to create new and surprising works. Thus, memorised poetry may be understood not as a single or discrete category, but as one form of engagement within an ecology of interdependent forms and exchanges. And some are pretty sensible Their words are forever imprinted into my very being always offering satisfaction. He snapped at a minnow. Little fingers- Late in the night when the fires are out, Everything was in place and we were all raring to go: the date of Saturday March 14th had been confirmed; the 16 participating schools had chosen their students; the venue was ready; the judges had been found and most importantly, the refreshments had been ordered – what could possibly go wrong? For all her young brood had just fail’d with the pip. Registration takes a minute or two. In the same way as there is an annual Poetry by Heart competition leading to finals, there are also, throughout the Muslim world, Qur’anic recitation competitions. He has had the same wife for almost 60 years. The Sieur Guillemot next perform’d a pas seul, The poems could be humorous as in O’Brien: and they could be sad when Lawson tells of Harry Dale: Alas poor Harry and Rover drowned! As the audience leave they each receive a handwritten poem in an envelope, each chosen by my  students and copied out in their best handwriting. There were very few fluffed lines, and the overall standard was extremely high. And then he’ll come out in the spring, Poor thing! Each title provides an intense and hopefully memorable encounter with poetry. Tolkien, writing about another rover and warrior, wrote, “Not all those who wander are lost.”  Not long after enlisting, Sorley wrote in a letter home, “Indeed I think that after the war all brave men will renounce their country and confess they are strangers and pilgrims on the earth” (Powell, A Deep Cry). And grew and GREW and. I was nine years old, the Battle of the Coral Sea, the war had come to Australia. even if there’s only unspoken, their creams and yellows still. I should but see on either hand little white shoes of snow that have heels of sleet. Try this with any line of poetry you like but the Poetry By Heart website could help students find their own favourites. I was delighted to be invited to the final of ‘Poetry by Heart’ on the 21st March. With the accents of nature which flow’d from his heart. And noble knights and ladies fair three, two, going, going…, Please do not feed the ostriches His hobbies include Local History, Sports, Film, Theatre, Music and perhaps not surprisingly he enjoys reading poetry! So shut your eyes while mother sings And into a temper she quickly flies Masala dosa And much bustle prevail’d in the Plumed Creation. Slide on over, darling, All were flying to the bases on our northern shores to fight the Enemy. An old woman I remember The penalty for the diffusion of forbidden texts became incomparably harsher than it was in the tsarist days. I’ve heard what’s in your pantry, and I do not wish to see!”, “Sweet creature!” said the Spider, “you’re witty and you’re wise, We are delighted to continue to support Poetry By Heart and we hope you enjoy exploring our collections. Both are enactments of identity, albeit in different ways. at being oak or beech or yew. I make it easier to remember this list by using patterns of sound and rhythm to make it enjoyable to the ear and pleasing to say, like this: “Tim, Tom, Mike/Julie and Lily”, and as I say this aloud I exaggerate the short sharp bursts of Tim, Tom, Mike, the long oo of Julie and the ly-ly of Julie and Lily. And what do you think the little fly said? Slow death, rolling heavily onto its back, Much quieter, much more thoughtful. But, what makes any student ‘unable to do poetry’? For all the young birdlings who wish’d to be beaux; Can you be seen at all? And with a look made of all sweet accord, The trouble with this type of thinking is that it assumes a deep knowledge of something without proper experience of it. The opportunity to engage with poetry in the way it was intended to be enjoyed: out loud! And miles to go before I sleep, My dears, avoid her face! Poetry By Heart’s Poem of the Week is a response to the Covid-19 crisis but it’s also part of the plan we had anyway to create more specific resources for exploring poetry out loud and by heart. We were life and death. The first thing that strikes you about it is that this is a rather bad model of how to deliver a poetry lesson: the teacher recites the Wordsworth lines in a way that displays her own expertise, sighs wearily in expectation of very limited response from the class, and then – with no attempt to mediate or frame discussion – picks on Deanie, demanding that she explain ‘what the poet meant’ by these lines. It is thought to date from 1400 and was collected in 1868 by Francis James Child, as Child Ballad number 78, (5) Samuel Taylor Coleridge Biographia Literaria. Even the act of pursuing a career in writing is a courageous one because there are people who for all kinds of reasons will try to discourage you. In his nest snug and small In its earliest traditions, poetry was intended to be spoken, so that those who were unable to read were still able to participate in the experience of listening and hearing the stories of the great heroes of the past. This is not a new idea – it’s a very, very old idea … so there were worries that some people might think it was backward-looking.”. The phrases ‘by rote’ and ‘by heart’ occur frequently in the open-ended survey responses. I’d boil along with you haldi, heaped like powder-paints. The caves where those animals be. The poems spoken in class were spoken TO someone; they had a real purpose; two of the secrets of great poetry, according to Adrian Mitchell. The reason was that north or south, where’er his steps were bent The choice of poem is not coincidental. Hillene, Broadford, Pyrgo and Mead Primary, along with Brookside and St Ursula’s Infants and St Ursula’s Juniors all took part in an inspiring Poetry Week celebration. I was train-hopping across the country in the bleak midwinter, staring at drowned fields from a fly-encrusted window and staying in identical Travelodges. Following on from her first volume, She Is Fierce, Anthologist Ana Sampson has produced a second anthology of work solely written by women – She Will Soar: Bright, Brave Poems of Freedom by Women. Second place was awarded to Beth Molyneux from Urmston Grammar School, the Manchester champion and third place went to Isabella Redmayne from the King Edward VIth School who is the Northumberland champion. His tertiary education was in  Sydney and London. Alone and warming his five wits, A blustery October day helpfully came along and we left the classroom and each student positioned themselves by a tree and shouted out the poem. And a big yellow moon smiling at you, ‘Tell me the page number and I’ll tell you the first word on that page.’. They were seeing me having difficulties, and I was responding to their questions with more questions. Or surfacing to jump for flies And rules for frying frogs, When they gaily had carroll’d till peep of the dawn, And I fancy these their names will be: Here is a child who clambers and scrambles, Lots of them have fallen out of fashion, some of them were ignored or didn’t dare publish during their lifetimes. When I had laid it on the floor A slight cap And when it comes to performing the poem for an audience of other people, what are we striving for in that act of giving voice to the words on a page from memory? I’d really hate to go to bed For the gilded-wing’d Dragon-Fly made it his theme, Quinquireme of Nineveh from distant Ophir, We did Romeo and Juliet/Macbeth/Othello in school last term.’. I am so glad to say that Gill took it in great part, and happily turned up for the rearranged evening. These women clearly understood, without the need of discussion or questioning, Nuccio Ordino’s idea of the usefulness of the useless. at Childhood Hall – Both students comment on how it has really opened their eyes to the power and beauty of spoken poetry. “Poetry recitation solves crimes” – it’s not something you’ll hear the Justice Secretary say very often! Feeling by hand for a fleet. Here is a tramp who stands and gazes; our stories all begin with ‘Once’, I’m running on rooftops Comb ditto, with myrtle, lemon, jasmine, In the dark blue sky you keep, Hamilton’s Scars poem, ‘Non-Combatant’, is seething with angry irony about women’s exclusion from combat. The poems – which are dramatic monologues (poems written in the voices of individual characters) concerning the horrible but fascinating events of the Pendle Witch Trials, and so lend themselves easily to theatre – make use in print of unorthodox or ‘free’ spelling, through which they achieve a number of effects, some of which I’ll mention below. Smiling first a little smile, And I have many curious things to shew when you are there.” It is an enormous poem, straining with emotion, but written with extraordinary control. It goes out by email on Sunday afternoons all ready for the week ahead – sign up to get it in your inbox. The stream is flowing, To appear in a costume of vine-leaves or paste. In the first part of this blogpost, poet Joseph Coelho makes the case for reading poems aloud and introduces his new collection, Poems Aloud, which presents the poems with lots of prompts and tips for lifting them off the page. As he drew it in, it tugged so At least so lonely people say So I know not who came knocking, The cock is crowing, II Soon he was safe home, dry as could be. A veteran Decoy-Duck, whose falsehoods and wiles O let us be married! My name gets called in a whisper, The significance of deep exploration and the performance of poetry which CLiPPA highly promotes enabled my class to connect with the poems they studied, to understand the emotion in the poetry, and allowed them to take themselves to that destination – become that character (or in our winning performance’s case become ‘Old Foxy’).”. Was as red– The ghost in his phosphorous cloak gave a roar That even now I’ve got it right.) said the drum, In his fingers Hiawatha What differentiates it from the poem as an object of literary study (where the textual, abstract or conceptual qualities are foregrounded) is that the memorised poem tends to retain its connection to a web of personal, embodied associations. Ah me! The national finals moved to their present location at Homerton College and became infused with a great sense of support and camaraderie fuelled by everyone who works there. You naughty kittens! Video Links, adventure Poetry manages to describe the indescribable, it finds a way to truly transmit how we are feeling. Mosquito five, One is black with a frill of white, Then, like a musical adept, Of elephop and telephong!). And they began to cry, Dr. Aisha Spencer is a lecturer in Language and Literature Education at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, in Kingston, Jamaica. What would the world be, once bereft Forty years ago, in a Valleys school, This poem has four stanzas. He may knock at the door — we’ll not let him in; Degged with dew, dappled with dew The County Contest: The Mount participants and myself thoroughly enjoyed the experience at York Explore this year which was a lovely venue and as always, at Poetry by Heart, the support staff were delightful and what really strikes me about the competition is how friendly and supportive the whole experience is for students. alack! With ribbons and bibbons on every side Or likewise ‘Ugly James,’ slow-seeping into Clouds are violet If you do not like the rules January brings the snow, And all were as happy as happy could be, But the “Bush” could be a reality for any who chose to mentally explore as does Cuthbertson “down the shadowy reaches” [5] or to commune with those dreaming urbanites like Paterson: “And in place of lowing cattle, I can hear the fiendish rattle, Of the tramways and the buses making hurry down the street”[6], The Bush was a romantic almost fantasy world populated by strong, adventurous men on horseback as they battled “drought and flooding rains”[7]. ‘It’s an intellectual process of spending time with the poem and understanding it. What way does he go? . Against the Game-Chicken, for coming in spurs. The ‘carrying over the threshold’ reminded me of so many themes in religious painting – especially the Pieta – the Virgin Mary carrying the dead Christ. ‘Twas his trade The same is true of the fierce vulnerability brought to contemporary performance poetry by Kate Tempest, or to internet poetry by Steve Roggenbuck. Until they have made themselves warm, Poor things! So merry and so clever, The golden apples of the sun. There is every colour of pebble beneath my feet, Please-Miss-Tracey’s-eating- When Spring rides through the wood. We have heard not only from those whose students are actually participating in the competition but also those using the collection of 206 poems and 63 First World War poems as a valuable classroom resource without necessarily entering the competition. And the Dong with a luminous nose. ‘We have come to fish for the herring-fish How I used to pick up and voraciously chew He talked with kings and ladies grand; he dined in courts, they say, In this week’s blogpost, Professor Anne Varty talks about lifting poems of the First World War by women off the page with pupil performers at Cheney School in Oxford. I must confess that it’s a nerve-wracking experience (certainly not helped by the fact that I left learning my poem until the last minute) but very enjoyable to hear everyone’s takes on their respective poems.“. The three little kittens washed their mittens, There’s nothing to see but a cushion of snow, That I have had a decent meal!” of a picture. outdoors It’s hard to explain the way it feels, Now what do you think? Sweet song robbed of its perfect pitch and zest, You need courage as a writer because you are opening yourself up to scrutiny. Then they began to sigh, We were empty and full. the mouthful delights my tongue. This done, with a dignified mien and others to ask what she might represent, Swam in, full of hope some new conquest to make, Gent B (2011) ‘But You Can’t retire as a Hafiz: fieldwork within a British hifz class’, Muslim Education Quarterly, 24: 1 & 2, 55-63, Gent, B (2011) ‘The world of the British hifz class student: observations, findings & implications for education & further research’, British Journal of Religious Education, 33:1, 3-15, Gent, B (2015) ‘The Hidden Olympians: the role of huffaz in the English Muslim community’, Contemporary Islam: Dynamics of Muslim Life, Nelson, K (2005) The Art of Reciting the Qur’ān, New York: American University in Cairo Press, Dr Bill Gent is an Associate Fellow of the Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit (WRERU) and editor of ‘Professional REflection within RE Today, the journal of the National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE). The Magpie, renown’d for discretion and candour, We were lost and found. Sat by and remark’d, that the prudent and sage The time was out of joint; easy rhyme and gentle rhythm would be a betrayal of Owen’s message. Will you, won’t you, will you, won’t you, won’t you join the dance? She lurks in woods at close of day Buzz-z! grey lumps of flint winking their sharp, shining Mr Edwards commented: “Thank you for the lovely opportunity to judge the Poetry by Heart Upper School Heats. Hopefully I can neatly sidestep any self-indulgence because I feel as if this project has been a success not simply because we’ve worked hard on it, but because teachers, librarians and students wanted it to be. We only collect the information we need to run the But the little Blue Devil said “No!” I’m a bloom Who on earth was she and why was she sent? But, with Julie’s help I eventually picked out two poems and learned how much I actually love reading and performing poetry. My name is inside Evidence from our interviews also indicates that memorised poems tend to exist in relationship with other forms, within a wide mental and textual landscape that may include: Page and memory are experienced as mutually supportive counterparts within a multimodal nexus. With his tail he swept the sand-floor. From his high rock-built eyrie the Eagle came forth, bounce from the greens, blacks and purples of the Yes indeed, money was attached. I thought we could then link all these experiences together, so I asked these women friends to record themselves reciting their learned poems so I could weave us together in a collaborative poetry video composition. Eléonore meets the British actor, Freddie Fox, one of the guest speakers at the event, Eléonore being interviewed by the UK organisers about her love of poetry. But feel free to adapt this for any poem you like! gritty ovals of sandstone pregnant with fossils, But ultimately the real reward has been the opportunity to work with young people and watch as they choose, inhabit and possess their poems and how they draw an audience into their reading of the piece through their own unique interpretation of it. 7:30 pm. Perched and frisking on the summit. And when the larder’s looted, or the jewel-case is rifled, A minuet swam with the spruce Mr.Teal. Your ring?" plants Each year the CLiPPA (Centre for Literacy in Primary Poetry Award) Shadowing Scheme begins in hundreds of schools across England. As in England– What was dat question now? I hope too that you follow your ears and enjoy the journey through new, or old, favourites. Salt and oozy Discovered this Infirmity. Many poetic genres have a long history, and new poems almost always seek to explore a new aspect of the traditional style and thus to redefine the genre in some way. Great is the palace with pillar and wall, What is green? Where’s-the-hamster?- And fountains They are all of them without exception, a pleasure to speak to. Her doctoral thesis asked and answered the question: What did the national curriculum do for poetry? Swung with all his weight upon it, We’d love to feature some student poem-posters in the Learning Zone alongside Ben’s and to see them shared on Twitter in a virtual Poetry By Heart poem-poster exhibition! In his birch canoe exulting And seemed to know. An app called Tiny Scanner turns pages into printable PDFs when you photograph them on your phone. And that life on the whole is far from gay!" With old Dr. Buzzard and Adm’ral Penguin. How can you take it further? that the brown clock’s tick You know, the one who broke his head. Topazes, and cinnamon, and gold moidores. 3.48pm Orgreave by BsOu10Eo Creative Commons. After all, if you’ve never seen or heard anyone reciting a poem before, how would you even know what “it” is? 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