Starting on the International Poetry Day (March 21), all the discussions about poetry and its significance in our lives that took place in our classes last week sculpted a positive attitude which, in turn, led to a certain willingness for creativity.
With a little preparation and the right materials, as seen above, a few quick projects were completed and decorated on our classroom walls to remind us till the end of the school year how simple it is to interpret poetry and, thus, let it activate hidden inner feelings, no matter the reader's age or educational background.
Click on the above picture to see the impressive notes C' Class students kept concerning poems that are even taught in university level! This serves as more proof of the accessibility and universality of poetry.
The adult students of the school had the opportunity to express their thoughts on 'The Road Not Taken', the famous poem by Robert Frost, as has been done in previous years, too.