3.en.86 Poetry workshop at Caixaforum

 

 

This morning you participated in an interpretation workshop at Caixaforum. For many of you it was the first time on the stage, wasn’t it? Now, you will not be so shy when you have to read or talk in front of an audience.

I think you did a very good job and your poem readings improved a lot after doing the exercises proposed. You see, there are techniques to learn how to use your voice and how to read in a meaningful way.

I could not wait until the end of the workshop but the groups I liked very much the groups I saw and the warming up exercises.

  • Did you notice that in some of the warming up exercises you worked with alliterations and tongue twisters?

Here you can see two of the poems that  you worked with this morning.

Do you remember the technique you used to express  paradoxes in Pablo Neruda LXVI  love sonnet?

Paula, María and  Andrea had to face the audience or the wall depending on the verses they read.

  • Do you think it worked?
  • did it help you understand the poem?
  • Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?

The first poem we heard this morning, “T’estim però me’n fot”, is from a Majorcan poet from Manacor, Miquel Àngel Riera. It opens with a paradox too. We listened to a recording by an actor, Pep Tosar. who read it for us. I’m sure you realised how important it is to use your voice effectively.

T’estim però me’n fot. No em resta gaire
de suportar la humiliació del vòmit
vital que és estimar. Ja fineix l’hora
dels finestrals oberts, les dents polsoses,
les taques de pantaix per les solapes
i dels taurons pels músculs o dreceres.
Se’m fonen tots els ploms de la mà dreta
sols que et toqui amb dos dits, arrapadissos,
per integrar-te en mi. Però s’hi encenen
aurores boreals que són contagis.
T’estim però me’n fot. Som a l’espera
del llamp reblanidor que ens amalgami
i t’encasti en mi tant, que pugui dir-te:
-Ja t’estim tant, que et pots morir quan vulguis.

  • Did you like the outing?
  • Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
  • Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?

Now, remember  we must go to see our classmates. Maria, Álvaro and Josep,  in the poetry show that will take place in May. We’ll be an enthusiastic audience!

Post your comments to the blog for Monday 11th

Here follow the  group  summaries of the activity.

1-Who was the author?
* We took a poem of  Miguel Angel i Pol.
2-What was the poem about?
*The poem was about a couple that broke up and they decided to live a new life.
3-What was the technique that Franxesca used to help us to interpret the poem on the stage?
The teacher used some different techniques to help us on the stage; for example, in our group we sat on the stage floor and we moved the feet back to represent the past and forward to  represent the future

Written by Isabela, Jhazmin and  Marina

-What was the poem about?
The poem was about a man and a girl that met each other in the traffic line. The man loves the girl but the girl does not love him and he said to her that if she does not love him now then he isn’t going to love her.

-Who was the author?
The author was Joan Margarit.

-What was the technique Xisca used to help us interpret the poem on stage?
The technique was that when we said a positive thing we had to walk towards the audience, and when we said negative things we had to walk backwards.

  • *Written by Marta Serra, Silvia Martin and Ariadna Balufo

 

Who was the author?
– The author from our poem was Federico García Lorca.
What was the poem about?
– It was about a bullfighter who didn’t want to see blood.
What was the technique that Franxesca used to help us to interpret the poem on the stage?
– She said that we had to interpret the poem with different expressions such as:  being angry,  being scared,  being  furious…
Did it work?
– Yes, it worked very well.

  • Written by: Miquel, Pau Campomar and Noé.

* Name of the poem : No te quiero porque te quiero.
* Author : Pablo Neruda.
* Theme: This poem expresses love , hate , remorse and revenge.
* Technique : When we expressed positive things , we faced  the audience , but when we expressed negative things we faced  the wall.

  • Written by : Maria , Paula G. and Ariadna

* Who was the author?
We don’t remember the name of the author.
* What was the poem about?
-The poem was about the  wind.
*What was the technique Xisca used to help us interpret the poem on stage?
-She grabbed our arms and we had to try to go forward, and she stopped us.
* Did is work?
-Yes, it did.

  • Written by Alvaro, Joan and Vladis





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39 Respostes to “3.en.86 Poetry workshop at Caixaforum”

  1. ariadnabalufo Says:

    -Did you like the outing?
    At the beggining not much, but after I liked it very much.

    -Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, the workshop hep me to enjoy and understand poems.

    -Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    Not much.

  2. ariadnabalufo Says:

    *Do you think it worked?
    -Yes, I think is quite worked.

    *Did it help you understand the poem?
    -Yes, a little

    *Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    -I don’t know other techniques.

  3. pausegui Says:

    •Did you like the outing?
    -Yes, I liked very much.
    •Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    -Yes, the workshop was very helping to me.
    •Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    -Not so much.

    • pausegui Says:

      -Did you notice that in some of the warming up exercises you worked with alliterations and tongue twisters?
      Yes, I notice
      -Do you remember the technique you used to express paradoxes in Pablo Neruda LXVI love sonnet?
      Yes, I do

      Do you think it worked?
      Yes, I think this.

  4. marinaescarpa11 Says:

    1-Did you like the outing?
    *Yes, I liked when we start the poems.
    2-Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    *Yes, the workshop help me very much.
    3-Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    *Sometimes.

  5. jhazminmarmol Says:

    1-Did you like the outing?
    -Yes, I did.
    2-Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    -Yes, the workshop help me so much.
    3.Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    -So, so.

  6. miquelbv9 Says:

    * Did you like the outing?
    Yes, I did.
    * Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes it did.
    * Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    Sometimes.

  7. alvaroalemany Says:

    1.- Did you like the outing?
    – Yes, was fine.

    2.- Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    – Yes, because if one person of the group don’t know a word, another person of the group can help them.

    3.- Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    – No.

  8. martitaserra28 Says:

    1-Did you like the outing?
    Yes, I did.
    Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, I did.
    Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    I think that sometimes yes.

  9. margaabauza Says:

    Did you like the outing?
    Yes, I liked

    Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, I did

    Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    I think sometimes.

    Do you think it worked?
    Yes, I think it worked.

    Did it help you understand the poem?
    Yes, a little bit

    Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    I don’t know other techniques.

  10. silviamartinm Says:

    *Did you like the outing?
    Yes, I liked very much.

    *Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, they did.

    *Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    Yes, now I’m not shy like before.

    *Do you think it worked?
    Yes, I do.

    *Did it help you understand the poem?
    -Yes, it did.

    *Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    -I don’t know other thecniques.

  11. paulinguigs Says:

    Did you like the outing? Yes, because it was interesting to see how I can say a poem.

    Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems? Yes, it did.

    Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience? Yes, I am.

    Do you think it worked? Yes, I think it worked.

    Did it help you understand the poem? Yes, I think it was helpfull to understand the poem.

    Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning? Yes, I can: some movements, different voice.

    Did you notice that in some of the warming up exercises you worked with alliterations and tongue twisters? Yes, I did.

    Paradoxes: one idea that it has contrary themes.

  12. vidalsiquierj Says:

    * Did you like the outing?
    Yes, it was good.

    * Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, she did.

    * Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    With my friends yes but with unknowed persons not so much.

    * Do you think it worked?
    Yes, of course.

    * Did it help you understand the poem?
    Yes, a little bit.

    * Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    No, I don’t know other theniques to help to express the poem meaning.

  13. jospomar Says:

    * Did you like the outing?
    Ye i did
    * Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    A lot
    * Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    Not a lot.

  14. vladis890 Says:

    * Did you like the outing?
    -Yes, I did.
    * Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    -Yes, it did.
    * Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    -Not much.
    * Do you think it worked?
    -Yes, I do.
    * Did it help you understand the poem?
    -Yes, it did.
    * Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    -No, I can’t think other techniques.
    * Did you notice that in some of the warming up exercises you worked with alliterations and tongue twisters?
    -Yes, I did.

  15. vidalandreu98 Says:

    Did you like the outing?
    Yes, I like very much the outing.
    Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, I learnt a lot.
    Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?Well, at the begining yes but then I took confidence.

  16. vidalandreu98 Says:

    -Did you notice that in some of the warming up exercises you worked with alliterations and tongue twisters?
    Yes, I notice
    -Do you remember the technique you used to express paradoxes in Pablo Neruda LXVI love sonnet?
    Yes, I do

    Do you think it worked?
    Yes, I think this.

  17. Joan Sebastià Says:

    1.-Yes, I liked very much
    2.-Yes, I learn much
    3.-Sometimes

  18. merysantos1998 Says:

    Did you like the outing?
    Yes, it was very interesting.

    * Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, she did.

    * Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    With my friends in the place of the public I haven’t got problems but with people that I don’t know who is I have got problems.

    • merysantos1998 Says:

      * Do you think it worked?
      Yes , I do.
      * Did it help you understand the poem?
      Yes , I did.
      * Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
      No , I can’t thing other techniques that we not do there

  19. andreafr98 Says:

    1.- Did you like the outing?
    Yes , was very interesting and I learn news poems.

    2.- Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes , and one girl explain and she left say we opinions about the poems.
    3.- Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    I a little bit shy but this outing helped me.
    4.- Do you think it worked?
    Yes , I think that yes.
    5.- Did it help you understand the poem?
    Yes , I did.
    6.- Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    No , I can’t think other techniques.

  20. izabelaigorova02 Says:

    Did you like the outing?
    *Yes, I did.

    Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    *Yes, it did.

    Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    *Yes, when I start to talk to audience.

  21. sergiomr226 Says:

    1.- Did you like the outing?
    – Yes, I liked the outing.

    2.- Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    – Yes, the workshop help my enjoy and understand poems.

    3.- Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    – No, I am not less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience.

    4.- Do you think it worked?
    – Yes, I think it worked.

    5.- Did it help you understand the poem?
    – Yes, it hepled my inderstand the poem.

    6.- Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    – No, I can’t think other techiques that helped my express the poem meaning.

    7.- Did you notice that in some of the warming up exercises you worked with alliterations and tongue twisters?
    – Yes, I noticed thet in some of the warmig up exercises I worked with alliterations and tongue twisters.

  22. psocies Says:

    1)Did you like the outing?
    Yes, I liked

    2)Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, I did

    3)Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    Sometimes.

    4)Do you think it worked?
    Yes, I think it worked.

    5)Did it help you understand the poem?
    No

    6)Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    I don’t know other techniques.

  23. paucampomar Says:

    Did you like the outing?
    – Yes are happyest
    Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    – Yes
    Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    – Sometimes

  24. AlbaaSoriaa Says:

    1-Did you like the outing?
    Yes, I liked.

    2-Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    Yes, I did.

    3-Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?
    I think sometimes.

    4-Do you think it worked?
    Yes, I think it worked.

    5-Did it help you understand the poem?
    Yes, a little bit.

    6-Can you think of other techniques that helped you express the poem meaning?
    I don’t know other techniques.

  25. marinaescarpa11 Says:

    1-Who was the author?
    *Isabela, Jhazmin and I, took a poem of the author Miguel Angel i Pol.
    2-What was the poem about?
    *The poem was about a couple that broke up and they decided to do a new life.
    3-What was the technique that Franxesca used to help us to interpret the poem on the stage?
    The teacher used some differents techniques to help us on the stage; for example, in our group we sat on the stage floor and we moved the feet back that represents the past and forward that represents the future

  26. vladis890 Says:

    * Who was the author?
    -We don’t remember the name of the author.
    * What was the poem about?
    -The poem was about a wind.
    *What was the tecnique Xisca used to help us interpret the poem on stage?
    -She grapt our arms and we had to try to went forward, and she stopped us.
    * Did is work?
    -Yes, it did.

  27. noesanzu Says:

    * Did you like the outing?
    – Yes, I like it very much.
    * Did the workshop help you enjoy and understand poems?
    – Yes, the workshop help me enjoy and understand poems.
    * Are you less shy to walk on the stage and face an audience?

  28. andreafr98 Says:

    * Name of the poem : No te quiero porque te quiero.
    * Author : Pablo Neruda.
    * Expres : This poem expres love , heat , remorse and revenge.
    * Technique : When we express positive things , we faced to the audience , but when we express negative thins we faced to the wall.

    By : Maria , Paula G. and I.

    • merysantos1998 Says:

      We did the poem Te quiero pero no te quiero.
      The author is Pablo Neruda
      Our poem is about the feelings of a girl.
      Our poem express love, hate, revenge and repentance.
      The technique that we used was that we had to face the public for express positive things and face to the wall to express negative things. Doing this technique we helped to understand the poem.
      By Andrea, Maria and Paula G.

  29. margaabauza Says:

    The poem:
    A boy that was in loved with a girl that was little, and she was not in loved with the boy. But later, the girl was loved with the boy and the boy was not was loved with the girl.
    The technique: She puts near a girl and she stop the pass.
    The author is: Joan Ballarit.
    Written by: Paula Socies, Alba Soria and Marga Bauzà.

  30. ariadnabalufo Says:

    -What was the poem about?
    The poem was about a man and a girl that met each other in the traffic line. The man loves the girl but the girl does not love him and he said to her that if she does not love him now then he isn’t going to love her.

    -Who was the author?
    The author was Joan Margarit.

    -What was the technique Xisca used to help us interpret the poem on stage?
    The technique was that when we say a positive thing we had to walk towards the audience, and when we say negative things we had to walk back.

    *Written by Marta Serra, Silvia Martin and Ariadna Balufo

  31. noesanzu Says:

    Written by: Miquel, Pau Campomar and Noé.

    Who was the author?
    – The author from our poem was Federico García Lorca.
    What was the poem about?
    – It was about a bullfighter who didn’t want to see blood.
    What was the technique that Franxesca used to help us to interpret the poem on the stage?
    – She said that we had to interpret the poem with expressions, like: to be angry, to be scary, to be furious…
    Did it work?
    – Yes, it worked very well.


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