Look at books, magazines, Internet, etc. Look at books, magazines, Internet, etc


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Some criteria

  • Some criteria

  • Suggestion (Optional)

    • You may use a poem format as a guide (next slides)


Line 1: Your character’s first name

  • Line 1: Your character’s first name

  • Line 2: Four words to describe your character

  • Line 3: Related to…

  • Line 4: Lover of… (three ideas/people)

  • Line 5: Who feels… (three ideas)

  • Line 6: Who needs… (three ideas)

  • Line 7: Who gives… (three ideas)

  • Line 8: Who fears… (three ideas)

  • Line 9: Who would like to see…

  • Line 10: Lives…

  • Line 11: Your character’s last name



Line 1: Name

  • Line 1: Name

  • Line 2: Born in

  • Line 3: Child of

  • Line 4: Lived in

  • Line 5: Learned

  • Line 6: Overcame

  • Line 7: Worked as

  • Line 8: Challenged by

  • Line 9: [Statement of personal insight]

  • Line 10: Always

  • Line 11: Never

  • Line 12 Remembered as



Take a picture of yourself as a subject in the photograph/painting.

  • Take a picture of yourself as a subject in the photograph/painting.

  • Some IMPORTANT guidelines:

    • You must be in the photograph/painting
    • No nudity or scantily dressed people
    • No obscene gestures
    • No violence
    • Do not put yourself in danger


Some considerations:

  • Some considerations:

    • You may want to use photoshop.
    • You may want your replicated photograph to look just like the original photograph/painting (down to the details).
    • OR
    • You may want to change something about your replicated photograph from the original photograph/painting.


Some criteria

  • Some criteria

    • Write in first person POV (“I”)
    • Write at least 10 lines
    • Your poem DOES NOT have to rhyme
  • Suggestion (Optional)

    • You may use a poem format as a guide (next slide)


I am (two special characteristics)

  • I am (two special characteristics)

  • I wonder (something you are actually curious about)

  • I hear (an imaginary sound)

  • I see (an imaginary sight)

  • I want (an actual desire)

  • I am (the first line of the poem restated)

  • I pretend (something you actually pretend to do)

  • I feel (a feeling about something imaginary)

  • I touch (an imaginary touch)

  • I worry (something that really bothers you)

  • I cry (something that makes you very sad)

  • I am (the first line of the poem repeated)

  • I understand (something you know is true)

  • I say (something you believe in)

  • I dream (something you actually dream about)

  • I try (something you really make an effort about)

  • I hope (something you actually hope for)

  • I am (the first line of the poem repeated)



What is the title of the work?

  • What is the title of the work?

  • Who is the artist?

  • How many pictures did you look at before you chose the one you did?

  • Why did you select the photograph that you did?

  • What changes did you make to the original picture?

  • Do you think you created a different mood than the original picture?

  • Which poem did you have a more difficult time writing?

  • Who was your photographer? What were their thoughts on the project?



Title of the Project






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