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Visual Poetry Project Rubric (15 points) Name _______________________________ English 3 Poem title and author: ______________________________________________________________ Assignment : For this assignment, you will have the opportunity to express your understanding of a poem in a medium that is not written text. You will need to select a poem, read and understand the message, contemplate the imagery and language, and then, create a visual representation of the poem. You will also be required to offer a short presentation that provides an explanation of how the details in your representation reflect the line of poetry you selected and the meaning of the poem as a whole within the context of the American Dream. Analysis of Poem and Technical Detail ( 13 Points ): The finished product effectively works to reflect the student’s depth of understanding of the mood/meaning of the poem, and the impact of the line/poem within the context of the American Dream. Images must be thoughtfully used as a means to express the student’s interpretation, which is grounded in the text.
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