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Poetry Writing Diploma Course

4.8 ausgezeichnet 7 Meinungen
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141 € 54 
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£ 127  £ 49

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What Will You Learn?
Although it is an expression of one’s self, like any art form, being able to write good poetry is not something that anyone is born with the capability to do, it is learnt. The Poetry Writing Diploma Course walks you through the components that make stunning poetry and the techniques that you can put into practice, to begin or improve your own work.
Before putting pen to paper and crafting your own works, it’s best to get a grounding in the significance of poetry past and present. You will explore the history of poetry, what poetry has meant to different poets through time, how it has been used, and what to consider if you are interested in writing children’s poetry or spoken word poetry.
From here you will be introduced to the language of poetry. You will look at how words are used, how the language of poems works, and how it affects the reader. Through studying the Poetry Writing Diploma Course, you will see the various techniques and devices used in the creation of a poem.
Form and structure provide the framework of any good poem. The course goes into detail about form – discussing what it is, the various types of form, and its relationship to structure, along with reviewing examples of form and structural techniques.
The Poetry Writing Diploma Course explains how, using the right words, a good poem can affect the senses and create exquisite images in the mind. Through understanding and employing the art of imagery, you can affect the mood and movement of a poem. You’ll learn how you can use stylistic language to affect rhythm and mood, and examine how to use repetition, consonance, assonance and alliteration, along with imagery, to pull a poem together and create clarity by creating feeling..
Rhythm and metre are used in poetry to affect sound and meaning, but the two are often confused. You’ll learn about the differences between them and the different ways they can be used s such as metre, rhyme and figurative language in...

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Becky
23.02.2018
Das Beste: Brilliant company to study from home with. No time limits and courses are far and wide to choose from. Onto my second diploma now and I have plans for more.
Zu verbessern: All ok
Kurs abgeschlossen: Februar 2018
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Joanne
25.06.2018
Das Beste: I loved doing these courses I found them so interesting and I’ve learnt so much about Reflexology. I can’t wait to now get my Reflexology business up and running.
Zu verbessern: Nothing
Kurs abgeschlossen: Juni 2018
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Catherine Beal
23.02.2018
Das Beste: They have great special offers which makes their courses more affordable than ever.Great efficient service from tutors in marking and giving feedback. Thanks!
Zu verbessern: -
Kurs abgeschlossen: Februar 2018
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*Erhaltene Meinungen durch Emagister & iAgora

Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Voice
Works
Art
Writing
Poems
Poetry

Themenkreis

Module 1: What is Poetry?

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: The History of Poetry
  • Part 2: Poetry of Different Genres for Different Audiences
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Language of Poetry

  • Part 1: Meaning and Poetry
  • Part 2: Finding the Right Words
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Form and Structure

  • Part 1: What is “Form” in Poetry?
  • Part 2: The Relationship Between Form and Structure
  • Part 3: Form to Enhance Impact
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Figurative Language – Imagery

  • Part 1: What is Meant by Figurative Language?
  • Part 2: The Difference Between a Metaphor and a Simile
  • Part 3: Exercise
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Additional Language Devices

  • Part 1: Devises That Enhance Rhythm
  • Part 2: Devises That Enhance Mood
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Metre and Rhythm

  • Part 1: What is Metre and Rhythm in Poetry?
  • Part 2: How to Write Free Verse
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Rhyme

  • Part 1: Why Contemporary Poems Rarely Rhyme
  • Part 2: Different Types of Rhyme
  • Part 3: How to Deal with Rhymes in Modern Poetry
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Finding Your Poet’s Voice

  • Part 1: Defining Your Voice in Poetry
  • Part 2: How to Practice with “Voice”
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How to Improve Your Writing

  • Part 1: Read Your Heroes and Then the Best of the Rest
  • Part 2: Experiment with Different Forms and Techniques
  • Part 3: In All That You Do, Think Like a Poet
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Getting Published

  • Part 1: Where to Publish Your Poetry
  • Part 2: Submitting Poems
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Publishing Your Poetry Book

  • Part 1: Getting Your Book Ready
  • Part 2: Traditional or Non-Traditional Route?
  • Part 3: Deciding on a Publisher
  • Module 11 Assessment
  • Conclusion