Exploring Poetry: The Reading and Writing Connection

Ediger, Marlow
June 2003
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun2003, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p165
Academic Journal
Discusses the importance of connecting reading and writing in teaching the language arts. Purposes of poetry; Factors to consider in introducing poetry to students; Ingredients in poetry writing; Kinds of written poetry.


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