How to Recite a Poem Like an Expert?
Here are few tips on how to recite a poem from Chandabani :
How to recite a poem? it’s very easy just go through with this page and hope that will hep you. If you would like to recite a poem for an audience – whether you are reciting a poem that you wrote yourself or a poem by someone else – there are many different ways to go about it. Here are some of the things that will help you learn to recite poetry like an expert.
Choose a Poem that “Speaks to You”
When choosing a poem to recite, be sure to pick a poem that you really like. The more you like the poem, the more fun you will have to learn and recite it. Whether it’s a funny poem, a serious poem, a sad poem, a sports poem, a spooky poem, a jump-rope rhyme, or even a love poem, if it’s a poem that “speaks to you” – a poem that makes you feel something – you are going to enjoy sharing it with your audience.
It’s Okay to YELL!
There are lots of “right ways” to recite a poem, but in my opinion, there is only one “wrong way.” The wrong way to recite a poem is to use your normal, every day, “inside voice.” When you use your “inside voice,” you only speak loud enough for those closest to you to hear what you are saying. When you recite a poem, you need to speak loudly enough for everyone in the room to hear you.
Of course, if you really want to mess it up, you can also hold the poem in front of your face so no one can see your lips moving, making it that much harder for people to hear you. Oh, and look down at your shoes. When you speak, your voice travels in whatever direction you are facing. If you are looking at your shoes, your shoes can hear you really well, but other people might not.
So the first and most important thing to know when you want to recite a poem is that you really need to face your audience and use your “outside voice,” even if you are inside. In other words, it’s okay to YELL when reciting a poem. If anyone ever asks you why you were yelling when you recited a poem, please tell them Kenn Nesbitt said it was okay.
Memorize the Poem You Plan to Recite
To recite a poem well, it’s important to have it firmly committed to memory. If you don’t have the poem memorized, you are more likely to make mistakes when reciting it, even if you have it written on a piece of paper in front of you. Memorizing it will help make your recitation as good as possible.
I find that the best way to memorize a poem is to read a printed copy out loud as many times as possible. Depending on the length of the poem, you may have to read it out loud 10 or 20 times, or possibly even more, but each time you read a poem out loud, you will remember a little more of it.
Best of luck,