The nationwide competition was entitled: „…Ale konkretnie?”. The students were supposed to prepare original work in English language based on this topic which wasn’t easy because of the whole idea of that type of poetry. The main theme was EXCLUSION.

Concrete poetry is an arrangement of linguistic elements in which the typographical effect is more important in conveying meaning than verbal significance. It is sometimes referred to as visual poetry, a term that has now developed a distinct meaning of its own. Concrete poetry relates more to the visual than to the verbal arts although there is a considerable overlap in the kind of product to which it refers. Historically, however, concrete poetry has developed from a long tradition of shaped or patterned poems in which the words are arranged in such a way as to depict their subject.

Kinga Król from class 1a ( leading teacher Anna Cholewa –Purgał ) took the 3rd place (her work below) Congratulations!

 

Our school was represented by 5 more students, whose works were also really good.

Weronika Piotrowska (class 3d – leading teacher Marzena Kossak-Wąchała)

Aleksandra Sufin 2g

Aleksandra Sufin (class 2g – leading teacher  Marzena Kossak-Wąchała)

Weronika Szydłowska (class 2g – leading teacher Marzena Kossak-Wąchała)

Wiktoria Marchewka (class 1e – leading teacher Anna Cholewa –Purgał)

Paulina Stankow (class 1e – leading teacher Anna Cholewa –Purgał)

News prepared by M.Kossak

Sources:

http://www.pmdkbedzin.pl

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concrete_poetry