“Accents” By Denice Frohman | Interview With Poet Denice Frohman

“Accents” By Denice Frohman

What it is?

Last night I saw two YouTube videos by the YouTube channel TED-Ed that caught my attention, the first video was called “Accents” By Denice Frohman, and the second video was called Interview With Poet Denice Frohman.

Interview With Poet Denice Frohman

What is it about?

“Accents” By Denice Frohman

This is how TED-Ed describes this video:

An animated interpretation of Denice Frohman’s poem “Accents”

Watch an interview with the poet here: https://youtu.be/MbA7hvrDneo

This animation is part of our series, “There’s a Poem for That,” which features animated interpretations of poems both old and new that give language to some of life’s biggest feelings.

Poem by Denice Frohman, directed by KAPWA / Robertino Zambrano.

Interview With Poet Denice Frohman

This is how TED-Ed describes this video:

An interview with poet Denice Frohman about her poem “Accents”

This interview is part of our new series, “There’s a Poem for That,” which features animated interpretations of poems both old and new that give language to some of life’s biggest feelings.

My Thoughts

I like the interpretation / reading of the poem Accents in the first video.

I liked the accent, energy, rhythm, tone, music, sound effects, language, style et cetera of it.

Not only that, but I liked how it brought the poem to life, and it told a story that connects with you.

In the second video, I like how the poet Denice Frohman answered the questions.

I liked how she gave listeners encouragement to engage in poetry and to not look down on some of their use of language et cetera, and how she challenged some language norms.

The end,

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