Poetry Out Loud | School Registration
Register today for the 2019-2020 school year by completing this form. This allows your school to access visiting artist workshops, receive timely information, and send a representative from your school to the state semifinal event on Thursday, March 5. Participation is free and early registration does not bind you to future commitments.
Poetry Out Loud (POL) lead teacher:
Lead teacher's department:
Lead teacher email:
Secondary POL teacher (if applicable):
Secondary teacher's email:
School participation (check all that apply):
Our school is interested, but not sure if we can fully participate
Our school is planning to participate in 2019-2020
Our students may submit original poetry to Scholastic Writing Awards to be eligible for awards from POL
We plan to send a competitor(s) to the state semifinals in March
We have participated in POL before
This will be our first year in POL
Number of classroom teachers involved:
Approximate number of students engaging with POL in the classroom:
Briefly describe how you plan to implement POL in your school
Optional support services/materials requested (no cost to school):
Visting artist for recitation and presentation workshops/coaching (before March)
Visiting artist for poetry writing workshops (limited number in fall)
One-on-one support to get started with POL (any time)
How do you see POL supporting your students this year?
as a part of their personalized learning plan
meet english language arts requirements/proficencies
expand transferrable skills such as self-direction, clear and effective communication, or informed and integrative thinking
expand artistic skills around National Core Art Standards
provide an engaging experience
increase exposure to poetry
devlop public speaking skills
create opportunities for self-expression
devlolop creative writing skills
POL statewide events will take place in March for the 2019-2020 school year. Looking ahead to 2021 and beyond, would you be open to moving the statewide competitions to January (from March)? This would require school/classroom competitions to take place before the end of December.
Share any needs, resources, successes, challenges, etc. about using POL to support your schools larger curricular goals (e.g., proficiency-based learning, International Baccalaureate programming, etc.):
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