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notebook event calendar videos connect give wits go summer camp wits for youth wits for schools – wits creative – wits performance – wits digital – wits collaborative for teachers give wits events notebook about contact go students summer camps school programs community classes wits for youth teachers school programs collaborative coaching teaching resources national wits alliance houston wits gala 2017 youth poet laureate public art national poetry month the poet-tree project about our story ways to give media center leadership our writers work for wits go creativity matters. where words fly --> go categories classroom reflections contest event fiction free houston event lesson plan mentor text news notebook poem poem of the day press public poetry student writing wits people search go subscribe to the wits blog enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. email address sign up to receive wits news! email address first name last name street city postal code / zip i am a/an: parent student educator writer advocate categories classroom reflections contest event fiction free houston event lesson plan mentor text news notebook poem poem of the day press public poetry student writing wits people follow wits! bookmarks academy of american poets brainpickings houston public library insideout detroit meta-four houston poetry 180 poets & writers poets.org public poetry teachers & writers collaborative the poetry foundation the wits alliance the writer’s almanac wits meeting house writers in the schools (wits) meta-four houston celebrates 10th year posted july 20, 2017. at 7 p.m. on sunday, half an hour before the meta-four houston vs. houston vip send-off slam was set to begin, the performance space at midtown arts & theater center houston (match) was already nearly full of families, friends, and fans awaiting an evening of pulse-pounding, breathtaking poetry. the send-off slam, part of a yearly slate of events leading up to meta-four houston’s journey to brave new voices international, is more family reunion than competition. it’s a chance for houston v.i.p., the nationally acclaimed adult slam team, to give their blessing and best wishes to the youth of meta-four. with many former members of meta-four going on to join houston v.i.p. as adults, the collaboration serves to cultivate the next generation of gifted slam poets and grow houston’s poetry scene year by year. when all the performing team members and judges were in place, emanuelee “outspoken” bean, head coach of this year’s meta-four team and the dj/emcee/scorekeeper of the night, kicked off the event with an introduction to the roots of slam poetry and an explanation of the slam’s format before volunteering himself as the “sacrificial poet,” the first performer of the night to brave the judges’ evaluations and the audience’s reactions. after a joking round of all ones (with a single nine) for the sacrificial poet, the competition began in earnest. first up was meta-four, performing a searing group poem about school shootings and america’s seeming indifference to gun violence. next, houston v.i.p. sent up a single team member whose voice trembled with emotion as she performed a poem comparing black lives ended too soon to flowers ripped from the ground before being given a chance to fully bloom. with each round came individual and group poems from both teams that covered a wide range of personal and political themes: “problem kids” in school, human trafficking in houston, fears and phobias, and self-defining success in the face of personal challenges. the collection of performances had viewers in spellbound silence, peals of laughter, and most of all, full of shouts and snaps. the judges were tough, and as is tradition in the slam world, audience members were quite vocal in reacting to the judges’ scores. only one poem received not just one, but multiple scores of ten out of ten: metafour’s “kill bill,” a haunting poem about the daughter left behind in the wake of philando castille’s murder, and the irony of fictional characters receiving justice that real-life victims do not. the final tally was close, with only seven-tenths of a point difference, but meta-four emerged victorious. this year’s send-off held a special significance, coming at the ten year mark for meta-four. the youth slam team was founded in 2007 by shannon buggs, a member of the wits board of directors, after her first visit to brave new voices international. in the ten years since, the program has grown and evolved with collaboration from wits executive director robin reagler, houston poet laureate and former wits special programs manager deborah deep mouton, meta-four coordinator emanuelee “outspoken” bean, and sixto wagan. director of the university of houston center for art & social engagement. in addition, brave new voices international celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year, and in the slam’s inaugural documentary-style podcast, meta-four will be one of three teams followed on their journey through the competition. as the meta-four team jets off to san francisco today, with their pockets full of poems and the wind of past successes at their backs, we here at wits send our best wishes for an unforgettable brave new voices experience and look forward to ten more brilliant years from the bright burning star that is meta-four. by willow curry --> revision strategy #3: rubber banding posted july 18, 2017.   with younger children, this concrete activity called “rubber band stretching” works well.  demonstrate how a rubber band starts out small and can be stretched much larger.  read a simple sentence out loud, and ask for suggestions about how to expand it.  after a student successfully stretches a sentence by adding new words, hand her a rubber band ball.  when a second student stretches the sentence further, the first student passes the ball to the second.  the game continues until it is impossible to stretch the sentence anymore!  students then apply the lesson to a piece of their own writing. with older students, the rubber band can be used to discuss sentence length in more complexity. bring in a strong piece of writing that includes short, medium, and long sentences.  discuss the various effects.  if you have a geo board, you can actually record or map out the sentences using rubber bands.  show how the rhythm of a piece changes depending on sentence lengths. as a spinoff activity, ask students to map out sentence lengths in advance.  then, try to write a paragraph that fits, and notice how the paragraph sounds.  for older students, it is empowering to see how they can control the rhythm of their piece just through sentence length. -marcia chamberlain, wits houston scenes from summer creative writing camp posted july 5, 2017. our june camps are over, but it’s not too late to sign up for july programs. check out our site! my name posted june 23, 2017. my name is all the numbers because i don’t have a favorite. my name is silver because it is shiny and is in slytherin. my name loves vegetarian cooking that makes me hungry. my name is the peaceful sound of the sea and the sound of a stormy sea. my name feels happy when i save my money to take a trip. my name means humanity! by vishwa, age 6 sonic lime posted june 23, 2017. i once met a tiny strange martian named louie. he told me he had a deep temptation to leave his home and escape to the lush green world of sonic lime. get into reading with the houston public library posted may 30, 2017 with 4 comments so far!. houston students can sign up for the summer reading program offered by the houston public library. reading is always a fun adventure, and through this program you can also win prizes.registration begins on june 1st, 2017. the program continues until august 1st, 2017. find out more here. #rethinkhighschool: an open forum posted may 26, 2017. empowering youth voices is at the core of our mission at wits. that’s why we partnered with xq america and brave new voices to bring the rethink high school campaign to houston, creating an open forum event where youth from across the city can voice their ideas of what high school can and should be, brainstorming with each other and sharing their viewpoints with local public officials and youth advocates—people with the power to make a difference. the event kicked off with music from 97.9 the box and a bold, challenging video from xq america explaining the purpose of the rethink high school campaign: to create a high school environment that makes students feel valued, challenged, instrumental in their own learning, and equipped to solve the problems facing their communities. houston poet laureate deborah “d.e.e.p” mouton and 97.9 the box radio hosts kg smooth and keisha nicole shared stories of their own high school experiences and served as moderators for the breakout sessions that followed. in the breakouts, students shared their answers to questions conceived of by members of wits’ youth advisory council. students filled the posters with their ideas and voiced powerful insights on how social justice, mental health awareness, diversity & inclusion, and other pressing issues facing today’s youth could be better addressed by high schools. the thought-provoking discussions were followed by poems performed by members of the meta-four houston slam team and houston’s youth poet laureate, fareena arefeen. the poems delivered incisive critiques of our current education system. between the lyrical messages of the young poets and the impassioned opinions shared by student attendees, the room pulsed with an eagerness to make the ideas expressed in the discussion sessions a reality. the event’s key speakers and panelists included a wide array of stakeholders–houston city council member karla cisneros; lisa felske of the harris county department of education; douglas torres-edwards of the hisd arts access initiative; oca co-facilitator and president of the education rainbow challenge, cecil fong; mark cueva of the city of houston department of neighborhoods; and the assistant director of university of houston’s creative writing program, giuseppe taurino. asked to share their hopes for educational reform and innovation, ideas flowed easily, from councilmember cisneros’ call for job opportunities for students still in high school to douglas torres-edwards’ proposition that the students without great grades or perfect attendance should be placed at the center, not pushed to the margins and left to slip through the cracks. the panelists then fielded questions from students about how they could put their ideas into action, leading to more empowering answers. mark cueva and giuseppe taurino encouraged the students in attendance to be the ones to speak up and inspire others in the process. cecil fong issued a challenge to push beyond the built-in diversity of houston and make an active effort to befriend people outside of their own social groupings. lisa felske reminded the students that although they weren’t yet old enough to vote, they could still make their voices heard by attending city council and school board meetings. as the program drew to a close, event emcee and wits/youth speaks future corps fellow monica davidson issued a call to action to the students. “these conversations we’ve had have been incredible. they’ve been inspiring. but they can’t stay inside the walls of this community center! you have to take them with you, share them with your friends, bring them into the outside world.” analicia sotelo’s houston reading 5/27/17 posted may 25, 2017. wits communications strategist analicia sotelo will read from her new chapbook, nonstop godhead, on friday 7pm at brazos bookstore. she will be joined by wits board member roberto tejada and wits writer beth lyons. nonstop godhead recently won a fellowship award from the poetry society of america. it was selected by rigoberto gonzalez. sotelo’s first full-length book, virgin, will be published by milkweed editions in 2018. it is the winner of the inaugural jake adam york prize. the young writers reading at the menil collection posted may 19, 2017. each year, the menil collection opens its doors to dozens of wits classrooms, giving students the opportunity to see an extraordinary collection of visual art that heightens the senses and stretches the imagination. as students take a tour of the museum’s collections, they write poems and stories inspired by the art they see, making connections between sight and sound, image and story. last night at the young writers reading we had the privilege of hearing and picturing what they created. menil assistant director of public programs, theodore bale, thanked everyone for attending the special evening and reminded all that the museum is free and open for the public to enjoy. wits executive director, robin reagler, shared a story about her childhood, when she would stare at the pictures in her books and imagine the colors and animals coming to life. that creative moment is the basis for the menil project, where students examine art until it tells its secrets to them. they write those secrets down in their original poems and stories. robin also shared that when she first started at wits, ms. dominque de menil made a point to attend the young writers reading every year in her wheelchair, because the powerful poems and stories the children were writing helped inform her sense of what the art was really about, and in that sense, what was happening in the world. robin then thanked the students for “schooling us” on “what is happening in our world” with their visions of the paintings. the emcee for the night, houston poet laureate, deborah d.e.e.p. mouton, shared her love of creative writing and teaching with the crowd, and introduced each student. it was a truly amazing night. we look forward to next year! wits writers erika jo brown and andrew karnavas with student kloe, who read a poem about her experience with radiation. from left to right: wits writer abigail drozek-fitzwater, houston poet laureate, deborah d.e.e.p. mouton, wits writer gloria alvarez, and wits executive director, robin reagler. thank you to our major funders: the menil collection, the houston endowment, youth speaks, the brown foundation, the simmons foundation, the national endowment for the arts, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, copy.com, the texas commission on the arts, the farish fund, the clayton fund, the powell foundation, and the houston livestock show & rodeo. fiction writing contest for young texans posted may 6, 2017. the annual fresh ink writing contest is now accepting submissions. texas students in middle and high school may apply. here’s some information from their site: winners receive a cash prize: $250 for first place, $100 for second, and $50 for third. in addition, winners are awarded a plaque, have their stories published on the tbf website, and are invited to participate on a panel during the texas book festival weekend. entries must be 2,000 words or less, 12 point type, double-spaced, and related to the 2017 fresh ink fiction contest theme: “funny running into you here.” read the complete guidelines before applying. the submissions are due june 1st, 2017. the birth of color posted april 28, 2017 with 1 comment so far!. the beautiful sunset making shades of blue, green, red, pink, yellow, and orange, eyes of the wandering beings opening, looking, watching from their windows, the golden yellow tree, the sunset lake, children playing, bluebirds chirping, the blue leaves, dark green haunting shadows, a red horse, people hard at work, a bright sunny day, trees reaching up to grow, mothers making supper for their children, and a door opening, telling people to come. this is the birth of color. by kirby, 3rd grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/wits_04-28_birthofcolor-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 addison, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “sweet” by bensound.com. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktr original post: october 11, 2016 library music posted april 27, 2017. this library music, with the always-noise of strangers coughing people falling in love smooching around the corner librarian shushing my crying cousin vocabulary of cough       who         kiss         shhhhh….. language combinations, beauty to my ears with the always-music of pages turning over and over, books falling from the shelves, people’s laughter the always-noise of library music. by alyiah, 4th grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/wits_04-27_librarymusic-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 tory, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “molten snow” by jesse spillane, freemusicarchive.org. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96. how to paint a moody sea posted april 26, 2017. first paint wind, the kind that creates the shimmering waves. add the glow of the sleeping sun. next, place your canvas in the sand in a tide pool or where the clams build the shells. paint without thinking or moving and wait for the sun’s expression to turn soft and light. then draw the shadowy ships whispering their long-gone knowledge to the fish in the sea, the sand, the men gathering crabs. when the seagull caw-caws, take a squid and scare it. the ink will burst. with this, sign your name in the ocean, hoping it won’t go down to the sunken ship taking souls. by katie, 5th grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/wits_04-26_howtopaintmoodysea-audiotrimmer.com-1.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 mackenzie, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “sailor’s lament” by jason shaw, freemusicarchive.org. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96 one posted april 25, 2017. one lonely daisy drinking from its straws, eating fresh sunlight after the storm. by paloma, 2nd grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/wits_04-25_one-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 audrey, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “rain stops play” by ketsa. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96 be brave posted april 24, 2017. be brave. you will find your way using long strides. you will fill your cracks with gold. swallow darkness like lemonade and savor its twisted flavor. scramble into the unknown. you can’t help but smile. your heart will beat its fractured tune and one speck of dust will fall from your tattered suitcase of regrets. you are broken like the old clock in the corner of the home you used to love. but that’s okay. you will cartwheel down the sidewalk leading away from the city. and you will smile. by pearl, 6th grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/wits_04-24_bebrave-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 donald, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “broken (is everyone here)” by ketsa. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96 carta a mi mama | a letter to my mom posted april 21, 2017. te quiero mucho porque eres un ángel. tus ojos son estrellas del espacio. tu pelo es una pluma ligera. tus labios son como una rosa. porque tu belleza ni en la noche se apaga. porque eres como dia, y la noche se acaba… (translation) i love you so much because you are an angel. your eyes are stars from space. your hair is a light feather. your lips are like a rose. because your beauty does not turn off, even at night. because you are like day, and night ends… by joselyn, 2nd grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/wits_04-21_cartamimama-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 jackson, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “like starlight through a veil” by philip weigl. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96 dogs at seven years old posted april 20, 2017. dogs at seven learn to be calm. their gray floppy ears like to hear food being dropped in a metal bowl. dogs at seven enjoy long calm walks only so when they come back, they can sink into your bed and nap, smelling like warm glazed grass. dogs at seven like hearing the cheers of babies when they sniff them and the joyful sounds of tiny children riding on their backs. dogs at seven love to see a brand-new juicy bone that they can chew on for hours and hours. dogs at seven have deep and heavy barks that they use to scare away cats and squirrels. dogs at seven like to feel the dark blue magenta air flow by as the light in the sky goes dark. by camren, 6th grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/wits_04-20_dogsat7-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 katherine, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “memories of an old dog” by fireproof babies. ccmixter.com. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96 poet-trees are growing all over houston posted april 19, 2017. just as trees are a symbol of the strength of nature, poet-trees are a symbol of the strength of a community. this #nationalpoetrymonth, we have been amazed at houston’s response to the poet-trees at buffalo bayou park. we’ve already collected have over 1,000 poems from people of all backgrounds, in multiple languages. diy poet-trees are also popping up all over the city. isn’t that so houston though? we love our public art. the trees will be up for the entire month of april, so be sure to bring your family, your friends, your school, and/or your community organization out to eleanor tinsley park to add your poem, wish, or thought to the tree. visit www.witshouston.org to find out how you can make your own diy poet-tree, and check out our poem-a-day, poetry events, free workshops for youth, and more. here are just a few of our instagram “favorites.” follow us on instagram for more! palm-reading geography (for jack) posted april 19, 2017 with 3 comments so far!. as i look at the twists and turns in your palm, i see something, something more than lines, like a virus worming its way deeper, deeper into your veins, riding them to your heart. another hill is like a weakness, trying to hide until it is strong, hiding in those little creases, just waiting for the right time to show itself. but you will love—i see it deep in your heart, waiting for your future. by katie, 4th grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/wits_04-19_palmreading-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 by audrey, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “the dance” by david szesztay. freemusicarchive.org. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96.1. original post: october 28, 2016 introducing houston posted april 18, 2017. [excerpt] where you can go to the rodeo and see farm animals where you see abstract and landscape art in museums and on the streets where you smell meaty, smoky brisket and tacos from food trucks where it sounds very busy from cars on the freeway where the people are from different cultures, where the rain falls and turns houston into an ocean by karina, 9th grade http://witshouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/wits_04-18_introducinghouston-audiotrimmer.com_.mp3 click the media player above to listen to the poem read on sunny 99.1, kpft 90.1, and ktru 96.1 by addison, wits youth advisory council student. the background music is “party at the festival” by handsed studio, jamendo.com. produced by susan phillips. poem a day is made possible in part by h-e-b, copy.com, the city of houston through the houston arts alliance, texas commission on the arts, kpft 90.1, sunny 99.1, and ktru 96.1. ← previous1234567next →» --> © writers in the schools (wits) 2014 1523 w main | houston, tx 77006 p. 713-523-3877 | f. 866-793-4865 sitemap | privacy policy students summer camps school programs community classes wits for youth teachers school programs collaborative coaching teaching resources national wits alliance houston wits gala 2017 youth poet laureate public art national poetry month the poet-tree project about our story ways to give media center leadership our writers work for wits go love, culture pilot


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