Table of contents for Power and poetry : best practices for high school classrooms / Jim Mahoney and Jerry Matovcik.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Preface						
Prologue: The Mountain Whippoorwill 		
1 	The Power of Poetry--Food for the Soul			
Play in Teaching and Learning	
2 	Writing Small					
3	The Writer's Notebook				
4	Quick Writes and Observing			
5	Remembrance of Things Past: Early Memories	
6	Gift Poems		
7	Peer Conferencing and Revision: Revision Is Re-Seeing		
8	Writing an Extended Metaphor			
9	More Extended Metaphors 	
Write Before Their Eyes: On Nature Poems		
10	Getting Outside: Poems About Nature		
11	Scaffolding Poems				
12	Rollicking with Breugel: Responding to Art			
13	Finding Out When You Write Best		
14	Think Along: Unpacking the Poem	
15	Poetry Circles					
16	Poems Speaking to Poems			 	
17	Poems About Writing and Creating		
18	Autobiographical Poems				
19	Evaluation						
20	Holding a Poetry Reading				
21	Appearing in Print
Works Cited
Index o Poets and Poems

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Secondary).
Poetry -- Authorship -- Study and teaching (Secondary).
Creative writing (Secondary education).