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Poetry lesson about txt ptry

Composed by John M

EnD2A 2014-2015



Wngs

i run az fast az i can.


tryin 2 get away frm tha crazines.
i hear thm bhnd me
hu u ask
erasers
tha demns on erth
i stp at tha end uf tha clif n jmp
tha erasers hv cot up 2 me n r clawin at mi ft 2 pul me bak down 2 hell
i unflded my wngs,
feelin tha cool breeze go thru my fethers
i fly
i am a mutnt
bt i am myslf
By 4nn4l33

What is this poem about?

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What is the writer’s message?

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Why did she write this poem in text message?

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What is the reason people use text messaging?

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What words do you already know?

Example: lol = laughing out loud.______________

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When have you used text messaging?

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SMS text language

if dis msg ws snt 2 u wud u NdRstnd it?


The best way to understand online chat and SMS text message lingo is to simply try it. Even those people who aren’t acquainted with text messaging may still find themselves sending or receiving derivatives of this SMS chat lingo as they continue to communicate through typewritten form.

When reading or writing SMS, you may see that numbers replace words (i.e. “4” is used instead of the word “for”), or vowels are omitted in easily recognizable words (i.e. “txt msg”). Furthermore capitals are used to replace the letter name, whereas lower case letters are used to pronounce the soft sound of the consonants (i.e. the word “XLNt” is “exc-ell-en-t”).

SMS isn’t restricted to English. For example, in Mandarin Chinese, numbers that sound similar to words are used instead of the words themselves (example: “5 2 1″ in Chinese “wu er yi,” sounds like “wo ai ni” or “I love you”; similarly “4 7 8″ or “si chi ba” phonetically matches the epithet “drop dead”).

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About...


You have read the poem.

Was it difficult to read?


Write the poem in correct English spelling.
_Wings________________
_I run as fast ___________________

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What is what?


Texting Text messaging, or texting, is the act of composing and sending brief, electronic messages between two or more mobile phones, or fixed or portable devices over a phone network.

Text lingo Lingo, a contraction of language, often refers to jargon.

Txt msg Text message.

MMS Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) is a standard way to send messages that include multimedia content to and from mobile phones.

SMS Short Message Service (SMS) is a text messaging service component of phone, Web, or mobile communication systems.

Leet (or "1337"), also known as eleet or leetspeak, is an alternative alphabet for the English language that is used primarily on the Internet. Basic l33t is just replacing vowels with numbers. Example: E is 3, A is 4, O is 0.
Translate these text messages into words


CUL

See you later

B4




LOL




THNX




SMS




J/K




IDK




L8R




OMG




XOXO




ROFL




GR8




BRB




YW




GTG




PAW




Translate these words into text messaging




Away from keyboard

AWF

Have a nice day




Please text back




Talk to you later




Best friends forever




Tomorrow




In real life




Point of view




Thank you




Bye for now




By the way




I love you




Don’t care




Tonight




Tender loving care




Whatever









Message list for text and chat lingo



2DAY Today

2MORO Tomorrow
2NITE Tonight

4EAE For ever and ever

ADN Any day now

AFAIK As far as I know

AFK Away from keyboard

ATM At the moment

BC Because

B4 Before

BF/GF Boyfriend / Girlfriend

BFF Best Friends Forever

B4N Bye for now

BCNU Be Seeing You

BOL Be on later

BRB Be right back

BTW By the way

DBEYR Don’t Believe Everything You Read

DC Don’t Care

DM Direct message

F2F/FTF Face to face

FB Facebook

FUD Fear, Uncertainty, and Disinformation

FWIW For what it’s worth

FYEO For your eyes only

FYI For your information

GLHF Good luck, have fun

GR8 Great

GTG Good to Go or G2G got to go

HAK Hugs and kisses

HAND Have a nice day

IDK I don’t know

IIRC If I remember correctly

IKR I know, right?

ILY / ILU I love you

IMHO In my honest opinion / In my humble opinion

IMO In my opinion

IRL In Real Life
ISO In Search Of

IU2U It’s up to you

IYKWIM If you know what I mean

J/K Just kidding

J4F Just for fun

JIC Just in case

JSYK Just so you know

K or KK Okay

L8R Later

LMK Let me know

LOL Laughing out loud

LYLAS Love You Like A Sister

MHOTY My Hat’s Off To You

MSM Mainstream media

NAGI Not a good idea

NIMBY Not In My Back Yard

NM Never mind

NMU Not much, you?

NP No problem / Now playing

NSFW Not safe for work

NSFL Not safe for life

NTS Note to self

NUB New person to a site or game

OH Overheard

OIC Oh, I See

OMG Oh my God

OT Off Topic

PAW Parents are watching

PLS or PLZ Please

POV Point Of View

PPL People

PROPS Proper Respect and Acknowledgement

PTB Please text back

RBTL Read Between The Lines

RL Real life

ROFL Rolling on the floor laughing

ROTFLMAO Rolling On The Floor Laughing My Ass Off
RT Real Time or Retweet

RTM Read The Manual

RUOK Are you okay?

SITD Still In The Dark

SMH Shaking my head

SOL Sooner Or Later

SRSLY Seriously

SSDD Same stuff, different day

STBY Sucks To Be You

SWAK Sealed with a kiss

SWYP So, what’s your problem?

TIA Thanks in advance

TLC Tender Loving Care
TIME Tears in my eyes

TMB Tweet me back

TMI Too much information

TMRW Tomorrow

THX or TX or THKS Thanks

TTYL Talk to you later

TY or TU Thank you

TYVM Thank You Very Much

VBG Very Big Grin

VSF Very sad face

WB Welcome back

WTH What the heck?

WTPA Where the party at?

WYCM Will you call me?

WYWH Wish You Were Here

YLM You love me?

YW You’re welcome

XOXO Hugs and Kisses



L33t


Basic l33t is just replacing vowels with numbers:
A = 4
E = 3
I = 1
O = 0
However l33t is a very flexible 'language' and you can go from this very basic l33t, to ultra 1337 by being creative; a few examples:
T = 7
S = $ or 5
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Other wordlists:


http://www.netlingo.com/acronyms.php

Rewrite into txt



The road not taken Da rd n0t tkn
Two roads split in a yellow wood, 2 rds splt in a ylw w00d,__________
And sorry I could not travel both _________________________________
And be one traveller, long I stood _________________________________
And looked down one as far as I could _________________________________
To where it bent in the undergrowth; _________________________________
Then took the other, as just as fair, _________________________________
And having perhaps the better claim, _________________________________
Because it was grassy and wanted wear; _________________________________
Though as for that the passing there _________________________________
Had worn them really about the same _________________________________
And both that morning equally lay _________________________________
In leave no step had trodden black. _________________________________
O, I kept the first for another day! _________________________________
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, _________________________________
I doubted if I should ever come back _________________________________
I shall be telling this with a sigh _________________________________
Somewhere ages and ages hence: _________________________________
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – _________________________________
I took the one less travelled by, _________________________________
And that has made all the difference. _________________________________
Robert Frost (1874 – 1963) _________________________________

Micropoetry

Write your own txt p0em.
Directions

Micropoetry was set up to encourage people to write creatively within the small amount of text space provided in social networks platforms like twitter and on our mobile phone SMS. Although your message may be limited in the amount of characters that you can use; your actual message content is unlimited in the amount of feelings, ideas, and emotions that you can express.


Write one poem containing no more than 160 characters (incl. spaces).

Use as much as text lingo as you can.

Use your creativity: “Upgrade poetry”.
Topics

My path, my future. ‘Chosing directions’ or ‘longing for freedom’.

On the next page you can find poems that can inspire you to write your own message.
Criteria

Your poem has to be read and understood by another pupil.

Your poem has to have as much as text lingo as possible.

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Inspirational poems

I left my picture on th ground wher u walk

so that somday if th sun was jst right

& th rain didn’t wash me awa

U might c me out of th corner of yr i & pic me up


Emma Passmore

Awokewashedcoffeetoast

trainworklunchworktrain

homepasta.putbinout.

the lightofthesun,reflectedbythe

surfaceofamoonfleckedwith

thegreyshadowsofmountains,

littheyard


Sharon Mann http://cache.gawkerassets.com/assets/images/4/2010/05/iphonesculpture.jpg

50nn375 4r3 g00d f0r l337


l33t c4n /b/3 u53d 4nywh3r3
bu7 50nnet5 d1ff3r
u51ng m0r3 4dv4nc3d
l4ngu4g3 7h3y 0ff3r gr347
p073t14l f0r l337 5p34k,
m0r3 0pp3r7un1ty,
pl3n7y 0f ch4nc3s 70 u53
numb3r5 1n5734d 0f l3773r5
50nn375 4r3 g00d f0r l337.
Stephen Johanns

Phone Number Poetry



Directions

Some poetry forms, like haiku and tanka, invite the writer to come up with a specific number of syllables for each line of a poem. For fun, try using your phone number to help you select which words you will include in the ten lines of your number poem.


Start by writing your phone number vertically. Then use that number as your guide to precisely how many syllables can go on that line of your poem. So, for example, if your phone number just happened to be 780-555-1212, your poem would have lines of seven, eight, and ten syllables, then three lines with five syllables on each, followed by four lines that have a one syllable word followed by a two syllable word on the next line, etc. Zeroes will count as 10 syllables.

See the sample below. http://rlv.zcache.com/please_turn_off_cell_phones_poster-r38dbb62877fe4f1a873b3370710a02b8_w8p_8byvr_512.jpg

7 A New Year’s Resolution:

8 Avoid chocolate and other sweets

0 But, all things in moderation are good.

5 I bite into the

5 peppermint patty

5 the taste floods my mouth

1 not

2 guilty



1 no

2 regrets


Topics:

Your phone number is part of your personal information, so your phone number poem should reveal something personal about you.

In this number poem, try to express:


  • your philosophy of life,

  • a source of inspiration, or

  • a passion in your life


Criteria:

No specific figures of speech are required, but because you are very limited in the number of words and syllables you can use, you must select your vocabulary carefully.


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Teacher’s guide

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In deze handleiding vindt de docent:


  • de verantwoording van deze les;

  • de doelen voor deze les;

  • het lesplan;

  • lijst van resources;

  • de antwoorden behorende bij het leerlingenboek ‘M3SS4gS’.

Verantwoording


Dit lesplan combineert ‘poetry’ met ‘text messaging’.

Wij leven in een tijd waarin communicatie onderhevig is aan nieuwe middelen en mogelijkheden. Deze middelen en mogelijkheden brengen een geheel nieuwe taal met zich mee: ‘text lingo’. Veel leerlingen in de klas zullen deze taal (deels) herkennen en gebruiken in hun dagelijks leven.

Dit thema sluit aan bij hun belevingswereld en zal hun vocabulaire m.b.t. de Engelse taal verhogen. De link naar de Engelse taal cruciaal en zinvol.
Deze les hoopt de afstand tussen poëzie en ‘texting’ te verkleinen en de interesse in Engelse poëzie te vergroten.
Voor:

Deze les is ontworpen voor jong volwassenen tussen de elf en negentien jaar.

Het niveau is voor B1/C2 niveau samengesteld..

De les heeft een uitbouw naar boven (bladzijde 10 – the road not taken; Neuner D-niveau in de discussie).

De instructie-afhankelijke leerlingen zullen ondersteuning vinden op bladzijden 7, 8 en 9. Daarnaast zullen ze meer begeleiding krijgen van de docent.
Door:

Deze les is gemaakt in opdracht door John Mulders.

13 november 2014

Doel


De leerlingen kunnen een standpunt innemen in een discussie over mobiele telefoons en deze mondeling verantwoorden in een groep.
De leerlingen kunnen de voor- en nadelen van de spelling van text lingo benoemen.
De leerlingen kunnen minstens tien text lingo woorden vertalen naar standaard Engels en andersom.
De leerlingen kunnen het gedicht aan het begin van deze les - dat veel text lingo woorden bevat - vertalen (80 %).
De leerlingen kunnen een traditioneel gedicht vertalen naar text lingo.
De leerlingen kunnen een gedicht schrijven vanuit hun eigen belevingswereld (gerelateerd aan mobiele communicatie en met de beperkingen van hoeveelheid karakters).

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Lesplan:


Pre-reading

Countdown

Zoek op: YouTube: txt msg countdown.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTtGgMDRueA

Deze film duurt vijf minuten. U kunt deze tijd aanpassen door verder te klikken.

De leerlingen komen de les binnen. U kunt wellicht op het bord schrijven dat ze de tijd hebben om hun berichten op hun mobiele telefoons te controleren. Dit zal afhankelijk zijn van uw eigen wensen. U kunt er ook voor kiezen om enkel de laatste tien seconden aan te bieden.


Verantwoording: de leerlingen komen een sfeer binnen. Ze zullen opgewarmd worden voor de les waarin ‘text messaging’ de hoofdrol speelt en waarin ze de invloed van berichten versturen, zullen gaan erkennen.
Optioneel

Fysieke warm up. U laat de leerlingen onderstaand gedicht lezen op het bord.



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Lees gedicht voor.


Deel boekjes uit.
While-reading:

Leerlingen lezen zelf het gedicht.

De leerlingen lezen het gedicht en maken de opdrachten op bladzijde 4. Mochten ze eerder klaar zijn, kunnen ze desgewenst werken aan bladzijde 10 (vertaal een ‘oud’ gedicht in deze text lingo stijl) of lezen op bladzijde 5 (hoe ontcijfer je text messages). Wanneer de meerderheid klaar is, volgt een korte bespreking. Mogelijke vragen kunnen zijn:


  • Wat snap je? Wat snap je niet?

  • Wat bedoelt de schrijver?

  • Wat is haar boodschap?

  • Waarom sms-taal/text lingo?

  • Wat is het nut van text lingo?

  • Gebruiken de leerlingen zelf text lingo?

  • Snappen de leerlingen text lingo?

Bespreek met de leerlingen waar het gedicht volgens hen over gaat. Mogelijke antwoorden staan op bladzijde 24 van deze handleiding.
Post-reading

Leerlingen maken en lezen bladzijde 7, 8 en 9.

Wijs de leerlingen op afkortingen/abbrevations die dankzij ‘text messaging’ gemeengoed zijn geworden. De structuur van deze taal vraagt om kennis van Engelse woorden. Mochten de leerlingen eerder klaar zijn, dan kunnen ze werken aan bladzijde 5 en/of 10. Mogelijke antwoorden staan op bladzijde 24 en 25 van deze handleiding.
Leerlingen schrijven nu zelf een poem.

De leerlingen kunnen n.a.v. eerdere oefeningen uit deze les zelf een gedicht schrijven. Wijs de leerlingen op hun creativiteit, het thema van het gedicht en de hulpmiddelen die ze mogen gebruiken.

U kunt sommige leerlingen gebruik laten maken van de volgende sites. Deze kunnen behulpzaam zijn:


  • http://ifaketext.com/

  • http://transl8it.com/

  • http://www.netlingo.com/acronyms.php

  • http://www.lingo2word.com/translate.php

Wijs de leerlingen op de restrictie: niet meer dan 160 karakters (inclusief spaties). Op bladzijde 12 vinden ze andere gedichten ter inspiratie.
De leerlingen lezen elkaars gedichten.

De leerlingen werken in tweetallen.



  1. Ieder schrijft een gedicht in text lingo.

  2. De ander ontcijfert het gedicht.

  3. Daarna presentatie voor de klas... (Dit is optioneel.)

De leerlingen discussiëren over het thema.

Afhankelijk van de tijd die u heeft voor deze les en de groep waarvoor u staat, kunt u een discussiekring organiseren waarin de leerlingen hun visie over dit thema laten zien/horen. De uitwerking van dit onderdeel vindt u op bladzijde 21 van deze handleiding. Het kopieerblad vindt u op bladzijde 22.
Afsluiting:

Na deze discussie is het belangrijk om weer terug te komen op het gedicht.

Benoem de rol van de ‘erasers’ in dit gedicht en leg de link naar text messaging.

Benoem wat de leerlingen geleerd hebben in deze les: begrippen uit text messaging; een standpunt innemen rondom text messaging en de koppeling naar poëzie.


Optioneel

De leerlingen kunnen een gedicht maken van hun eigen mobiele nummer. De instructie hiervoor is te vinden op pagina 13. Deze opdracht zou ook als huiswerk gegeven kunnen worden.



Discussion task


Try to sit everyone in a circle for this discussion. You can cut out the questions of page 21 and the students take it in turn to pick a piece of paper and ask the question to the others. This way each student can be in charge of leading the discussion.

Make it clear from the start that you are going to listen rather than lead the discussion.

If you think it would be more appropriate you can give the questions to students to discuss in pairs. Give one question to each pair and set a time limit of two minutes then get them to pass the question on to the next pair.


  • How has texting changed the way you communicate with your friends?

  • If you don’t have a mobile phone do you think you communicate better with your friends and family?

  • Texting is said to be more of a teenage pastime rather than an adult one. Why do you think this is?

  • Some English teachers are worried that texting will make young people poor at spelling and grammar. Do you agree? Why / Why not?

  • If you don’t like using your mobile phone for texting why not?

  • Some teenagers find they can’t live without their mobile phone. Do you think this is excessive or can you understand why?

  • What are the advantages of texting over making a telephone call?

These questions are on the next page for your lesson.

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How has texting changed the way you communicate with your friends?

If you don’t have a mobile phone do you think you communicate better with your friends and family?

Texting is said to be more of a teenage pastime rather than an adult one. Why do you think this is?

Some English teachers are worried that texting will make young people poor at spelling and grammar. Do you agree? Why / Why not?

If you don’t like using your mobile phone for texting why not?

Some teenagers find they can’t live without their mobile phone. Do you think this is excessive or can you understand why?

What are the advantages of texting over making a telephone call?

Resources:
http://www.poemhunter.com/
http://micropoetry.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Text_messaging
http://ifaketext.com/
http://transl8it.com/
http://www.netlingo.com/acronyms.php
http://www.lingo2word.com/translate.php
http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/texting
http://www.notesfrommcteach.com/2010/03/txt-ptry.html

Answers
Wings


I run as fast as I can.

Trying to get away from the craziness.

I hear them behind me

“Hook up?” you ask.

Erasers

The damned on earth.



I stop at the end of the cliff and jump.

The erasers have caught up to me and are clawing at my feet to pull me back down to hell.

I unfolded my wings.

Feeling the cool breeze go through my feathers.

I fly.

I am a mutant.



But I am myself.
By Annalee.
Translate these text messages into words


CUL

See you later

B4

Before

LOL

Laughing out loud

THNX

Thanks

SMS

Short message service

J/K

Just kidding

IDK

I don’t know

L8R

Later

OMG

Oh my God

XOXO

Hugs and kisses

ROFL

Rolling on the floor laughing

GR8

Great

BRB

Be right back

YW

You’re welcome

GTG

Got to go

PAW

Parents are watching

Translate these words into text messaging




Away from keyboard

AWF

Have a nice day

HAND

Please text back

PTB

Talk to you later

TTYL

Best friends forever

BFF

Tomorrow

2MORO

In real life

IRL

Point of view

POV

Thank you

TY

Bye for now

B4N

By the way

BTW

I love you

ILY

Don’t care

DC

Tonight

2NITE

Tender loving care

TLC

Whatever

W/E


The road not taken da rd nt tkn
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, 2 rds splt in a ylw wood,

And sorry I could not travel both n sry i cld nt travl both

And be one traveller, long I stood n b 1 travlr long i stood

And looked down one as far as I could n lookd dwn 1 az far az i cld

To where it bent in the undergrowth; 2 whr it bent in da undrgrwth
Then took the other, as just as fair, thn took da othr az just az fair

And having perhaps the better claim, n hvn prhps da btr claim

Because it was grassy and wanted wear; cuz it was grassy n wntd wear

Though as for that the passing there tho az 4 dat da pasn thr

Had worn them really about the same had worn dem rly abt da same
And both that morning equally lay n both dat morning =y lay

In leave no step had trodden black. in lvs no step had trodn bak

O, I kept the first for another day! o i kpt da 1st 4 nothr day

Yet knowing how way leads on to way, yet nowin how way lds on 2 way

I doubted if I should ever come back i dbtd if i shld evr cm bak
I shall be telling this with a sigh i shall b telln dis w/a sigh

Somewhere ages and ages hence: somwhr ags n ags hence

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – 2 rds splt in a wood n i -

I took the one less travelled by, i took da 1 ls trvld by,



And that has made all the difference. n dat has md all da diff.
Robert Frost (1874 – 1963) R0bd Fr057





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