The Poet's Pen: Writing Poetry with Middle and High School Students
Libraries Unlimited, 1993 - 201 Seiten
4 - GETTING STARTED 53 Twelve Beginning Lessons 55 Lesson 1: Using Interesting Words 56 Lesson 2: Simile 58 Lesson 3: Creating Metaphor 60 Lesson 4: Subjective Metaphor 62 Lesson 5: Observation and Metaphor 63 Lesson 6: Some Writing ...
Expository writing by these students is sometimes appalling, but in poetry they may create compelling images and metaphors, use language in both creative and precise ways, play with words and ideas, and express their thoughts freely.
Nor had they written more than previous classes; in fact, in terms of sheer volume of words, they had produced less. I began to ask myself what had happened and how I could use this discovery to help all my students write more fluently, ...
Figurative language, original and striking phrasing, precise and interesting words, and imagery all bring expository writing to life and increase its power to instruct or persuade. Significant implications for teaching writing ensue ...
Often the very act of observing and recording in words leads to insight and a sense of meaning. Virginia Woolf speaks of the "shocks of awareness" that come to us occasionally, seeming to indicate some real thing behind an experience, ...
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2THE POETRY WRITING PROGRAM
3THE WRITERS NOTEBOOK
5TEACHING POETRY WRITING
6CREATING POETRY WRITING TOPICS
7WRITING ABOUT LITERATURE THROUGH POETRY
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