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"Poetry helps us understand ourselves and our world; it helps us see ourselves and our world in new ways, " write the authors of this ready-to-use handbook. Kazemek and Rigg provide nine complete, detailed lessons using poetry that will help tutors of adult new readers and writers. Each lessons focuses on a different type of poetry and is written in a clear, step-by-step format. Chapters deal with skills such as spelling, punctuation, and grammar; ways to incorporate computers; ways to initiate student publishing; and additional resources for teachers and tutors. With the help of this handbook, using poetry can enrich the lives of adult literacy students.
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We have worked for years with adult new writers and new readers, and we know from experience that poetry enriches our classes and our students. We believe it will enrich yours, too. In this handbook, we present nine detailed lessons, provide many examples of poetry for the adult classroom, explore different dimensions and features of poetry, and offer suggestions for further poetry reading and writing by you and your students.About the Author:
Francis E. Kazemek is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Development at St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota, USA. Pat Rigg is a Consultant with American Language and Literacy, Tucson, Arizona, USA.
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