When I was a kid I used to think that pork chops and karate chops were the same thing

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  • When I was a kidI used to think that pork chops and

    karate chopswere the same thing

  • To This DayShane Koyczan is a Canadian spoken word poet whos poem To This Day addresses the profound and lasting impact of bullying. You can watch his video here

    http://www.upworthy.com/bullies-called-him-pork-chop-he-took-that-pain-with-him-and-then-cooked-it-into

  • As you watch the video a second time, please do the the following

    1)Pull one line from the video that speaks to you and write it down. Feel free to use the handout of the poem to get the wording right.

    2)Describe why is it powerful. Why does this particular line hit home for you?

    3)What does this line say about bullying and the friendships we choose to keep? Make a connection between this line and something youve learned in our Friendship unit.

  • Creative RepresentationOnce you have completed the written component, its time to get creative!You are going to create a visual representation of this quote using your selected line from the poem.

    . lets look at some examples

  • You may choose to create this image digitally or with art supplies whatever you feel most comfortable using.

    Your chosen line of poetry needs to be paired with an image(s).

    You have the remainder of class today to work on this project.

    On the reverse side of your design (or on a separate piece of paper) you must include your answers to the previous questions: Describe why is it powerful. Why does this particular line hit home for you?

    3)What does this line say about bullying and the friendships we choose to keep? Make a connection between this line and something youve learned in our Friendship unit.

  • Due Date: Thursday, November 14

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