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Performing Poetry

November 12, 2010

This week we have been reading lots of different poems and discussing the poems that we like. We chose a poem to perform and had a go at reading it with expression and changes in our voices.

In the comments:

How are the children changing their voices to make their performances expressive?

What other things are they doing to make it interesting?

7 comments

  1. You have choosen some really unusual poems 4OQ. I liked the way you made them come alive with your reading!


  2. Well done 4OQ – some really good reading. Putting as much expression into your voices as you can really makes the listener want to hear more. Great stuff!


  3. What a great selection of poems. I hadn’t heard most of those poems before, but I enjoyed them all. Especially because you read them with such great expression.


  4. You really put a lot of passion into your reading and the poems were made more interesting by using different expression. I would really love to hear some more. Well done!


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  6. Weird poems but they are really really good please visit are website at

    http://www.bureparkclass7.wordpress.com

    Thanks for the really really good peoms

    Max Britton


  7. funny poems and good acting! had a good laugh. well done 40Q!
    (amrit’s mum) 🙂



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