Cultural Poetry Name

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Learning in the local community has changed the lives of many adults across North Yorkshire and you could be one of them!

Research shows that learning throughout adulthood and into later life encourages important social interaction, gives a sense of hope and purpose and helps cope with stress, all of which has a positive impact on maintaining and improving our mental health and wellbeing.

This course will provide you with an introduction to a range of cultural poetry and the voices and stories within them. You will read examples and discuss the writing techniques, history and tone, to enable you to create your own strong artistic voice.

During the course you will learn about:
• Creative ideas and planning techniques
• Style, vocabulary and focus
• Imagery

This course is delivered for up to 12 hours in weekly sessions. At the end of this course, students will have created a several short pieces of work or a larger, ongoing piece of work in progress.

This course is for anyone aged 19 or over as at 31 August 2022.
No previous experience is required. Basic IT skills are essential.
You will need to commit to attending sessions regularly and completing some aspect of self-study

You will need access to a Laptop or Tablet. Please also have a notepad, pen or pencil and a small folder for handouts and your work. You may wish to use a memory stick.
This course is delivered online. You will need access to the internet and an email account. Your teacher will contact you on a weekly basis through Zoom, email and our online learning platform, Moodle. You will have the opportunity to meet and share ideas with other like-minded people across the County. You will be given tasks to complete at each session along with instructions and online demonstrations

This course is not formally assessed although you will be given verbal and written feedback on your progress throughout the course.

You will receive a certificate of completion following full attendance

You will be given the opportunity to discuss progression to advanced creative writing courses or those which lead to English qualifications
12309CL12
07/06/2023
12/07/2023
01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Wednesday
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Concessions may be available based on income and benefit status

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