Categories
Questions

Haiku

#A Haiku is a Japanese form of short poetry. It typically has three sentences with a total of 17 syllables. Syllables are the sound of words. For example, “Syllable” has three syllables. “Hello” has two syllables. “Play” has one syllable. A haiku will help you distill the importance of your readings, narrowing concepts into a digestible sentence. Try your name, how many syllables does your name have? If you are still unsure https://syllablecounter.net/

  • Warm-up
  • Write 6 adjectives related to the topic
  • Write 6 nouns related to the topic
  • Write 6 verbs related to the topic
  • Write 6 concepts related to the topic
  • Write a haiku poem related to public health
Title
Line 1 (5 syllables)
Line 2 (7 syllables)
Line 3 (5 syllables)

Example

PANDEMIC

Very infectious

Physical distance, wash hands

Still unknown the cure

FORMAT FOR EACH WEEK (WEEKS 2,3,4,5)

Harvard reference article

#Haiku Critique

You need to write a short critique of each of your tutorial class discussions. A critique is a detailed analysis of something. This means you cannot simply describe the discussion. You need to think about the discussion and write a concise, coherent interrogation of the discussion. For example, these are some questions you should answer.

  • How does your haiku reflect this week’s topic?
  • How does your haiku compare to someone else’s haiku as far as its meaning?
  • What do the discussed articles mean for the future of public health research?

Now write your critique. It should be approximately 300 words (excluding references).

FIFTH CRITIQUE

Review your four critiques and the various articles you have read. What have you learned in relation to participatory health research?

  • Justify taking a participatory health approach to public health research
  • Discuss the challenges associated with taking a participatory approach to public health research

Write your reflection. It should be approximately 300 words (excluding references).

Write a haiku poem about your reflection.

TITLE
Line 1 (5 syllables)
Line 2 (7 syllables)
Line 3 (5 syllables)

Leave a Reply Cancel reply

Exit mobile version