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2023 POEM FOREST Secondary Workshop – National Science Week (Stage 4, Stage 5, Stage 6, Teacher)

  15-Aug-2023      01:00PM
Live Event
15
Aug

POEM FOREST is a free nature writing prize that invites students and teachers to use words to make positive climate action.


ACTIVITY OUTLINE:

Created by Red Room Poetry, in partnership with Wollongong City Council, POEM FOREST deepens our connection and breathes life back into the world that sustains us. For every nature poem received a tree is planted to help heal endangered habitats. We’ve planted 10,700+ poem trees in the last two years!

This workshop for National Science Week features an exciting Red Room Poetry poet to guide secondary students through writing activities from our curriculum-aligned learning resource to help craft nature poems and enrich learning outcomes across sustainability, First Nations cultures & histories, English & Science.

All POEM FOREST Prize entries will be published and in the running for $5,000 worth of prizes, including $500 cash, book packs, Garden tours, seeds and more! Teachers should allow additional class time to edit and submit poems to the prize via our digital entry form. This can be a fun digital literacy task.

Learn more about Red Room Poetry.


IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Red Room Poetry, DART Learning, NSW Department of Education

Event Details

Date & Time

  15-Aug-2023    01:00PM   + Google Calendar  + iCal Export

Event Type

Live Event - Scheduled

Delivery Platform

Zoom

Duration

1 Hour

Price

Free

Curriculum

Secondary

Syllabus Outcomes

ACELT1625 ACELY1810 ACELT1773

Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand

English

Other KLAs

Creative Arts » Visual Arts

Science and Tech » Earth and Environmental Science

Presenter Bio

Red Room Poetry (RR) is Australia’s leading organisation for commissioning, creating, publishing and promoting poetry in meaningful ways. Our poetic projects are created in collaboration with a spectrum of poets, communities and partners for positive impact in core areas of environment, amplification, First Nations, youth and marginalised voices. We aim to make poetry highly visible, vibrant, relevant and accessible, especially to those who face the greatest barriers to creative opportunities.

Will This Event Be Recorded?

Yes

This event will be available as an On Demand excursion via DART after the live event takes place. If you would like to rewatch or you cannot attend the live workshop, please register for the On Demand excursion via the Red Room Poetry DART profile in the days following 15 August.

If you have any questions regarding the recorded content please contact the provider.

Name: Red Room Poetry

Phone: 02 9319 5090

Email: [email protected]

Joining The Event

Technology and Materials Requirements

Technology:
Internet access
Writing equipment – pen and paper or device

 

Pre Event Requirements

Pre and Post Event:
Among other prize categories, a Threatened Species Prize (F-12) will be awarded to the best poem written in response to Australia’s threatened species. If students wish to be considered for this prize category, they should choose their threatened species in advance. See the list of threatened flora, fauna and ecological communities.

We also invite you to download our free curriculum-aligned learning resource, to explore the POEM FOREST Prize. If possible, allow time after the workshop to complete and edit your poems. You can find an editing checklist in the learning resource. When students are happy with their final poems, help students to submit to the prize using our digital Entry Form. This can be a fun digital literacy task. Entries close 22 Sept, 2023.

Post Event Requirements

Pre and Post Event:
Among other prize categories, a Threatened Species Prize (F-12) will be awarded to the best poem written in response to Australia’s threatened species. If students wish to be considered for this prize category, they should choose their threatened species in advance. See the list of threatened flora, fauna and ecological communities.

We also invite you to download our free curriculum-aligned learning resource, to explore the POEM FOREST Prize. If possible, allow time after the workshop to complete and edit your poems. You can find an editing checklist in the learning resource. When students are happy with their final poems, help students to submit to the prize using our digital Entry Form. This can be a fun digital literacy task. Entries close 22 Sept, 2023.

If you have any queries please contact the provider

Name: Red Room Poetry

Phone: 02 9319 5090

Email: [email protected]

Website: https://www.redroompoetry.org

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