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February  1

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Teacher Workshop: Rap as Poetry: The Poetics of Hip Hop
Monday,  February  1 , 4 pm
Capital Gallery, Training Room, First Floor West
600 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, D.C.
Registion is required by Wednesday, January 27, E-mail NMAAHC education@si.edu.

Question: What do Jay-Z, Rakim, Edgar Allan Poe, and Shakespeare have in common? Answer: Rhyme. In this workshop, teachers learn ways of introducing poetry through rap music. Adam Bradley, author of The Book of Rhymes: The Poetics of Hip Hop, leads the discussion. Free resources are included. Teachers are asked to bring no more than two students to share the experience. Space is limited. Registration is required by Wednesday, January 27. E-mail NMAAHC education@si.edu.

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