Virtual Performances
Following four dynamic presentations for Grade 7 and 8 students in April, Britta B is back with four more presentations .. 

RECOMMENDED FOR Students in English, Performing Arts, Student Success, Social Science/History and Indigenous Studies

Email: info@foundationforeducation.com to register.

The Foundation For Education is pleased to announce the availability of four fully-funded virtual performances for Grade 9 – 12 students in Avon Maitland schools.     Maximum 500 students for each performance and maximum 150 ‘links” for remote learners.   First come, first-served dates. 

About the Performance:
How do you find your voice and turn it into a career?  Through a mix of poetry performance and conversation, Britta B illustrates how she first came to recognize her voice through spoken word poetry and how it turned into her career. Her talk explores themes of identity, diversity, womens empowerment and resiliency as a platform for creative and thriving communities.

About the Artist:
Britta Badour, better known as Britta B., is a Kingston-born, Toronto based spoken word poet, emcee, public speaker and artist educator. Over the last decade, Britta has competed in international poetry slams and has performed in notable spheres such as The Walrus Talks, several TEDx Talks and countless poetry scenes across North America including the world-famous Nuyorican Poets Cafe in New York City. Currently, Britta is working on her debut book of poetry and is a Creative Writing MFA candidate at University of Guelph

Digital Links:   http://brittab.com/video

Preparation for the Workshop:
.   Please find a Resource/Study Guide at this link
.   Please be prepared to project the performance on a large screen in your classroom so all your students can easily see the presenter.

Materials Needed:
None

Curriculum Connections:   Cross Curricular Connections | Experiential Learning | Equity & Inclusion | Literacy | Well-being.

Outcomes:  Students will learn to understand what makes a poem dynamic and meaningful, distinguish how Spoken Word sets itself apart from Page Poetry, identify other forms of Spoken Word like Slam and Dub Poetry, as well as compose and perform their own original poetry

Workshop Space and Numbers:
Up to 500 individuals including students, teachers, support staff.
Note:  remote links are limited to 150.

Foundation Expectation:
Our artists are in your classroom to provide an enjoyable learning experience for everyone.  Please credit the Foundation for any references to the virtual performance in your newsletters or on school websites.   If available, digital photographs of the class participating will be appreciated by the Foundation.

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