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How do you inspire young poets? Poetry podcast, part two

How do you inspire young poets? Poetry podcast, part two

Join us for the the second part of a tremendous discussion with Alan Wright, an educational consultant, writer and poet, and Corinne Kaplan, an educator with a passion for literacy.

 

 

 

 

In this episode, they discuss how you encourage young poets to find inspiration. Think small: their own treasures and the objects, the things around them.

 

And what if they can’t find the right word? Well.  it’s okay to make one up…

 

Stay with them to the end for a special treat, where Alan Wright recites two of his poems. You can listen to part one of the podcast, where Alan and Corrine explore the question, What is poetry?

 

Don’t forget that entries to the competition close on Friday 22 May 2020. Find the full details and how to enter.