Writing Poetry Through the Eyes of Science

Writing Poetry Through the Eyes of Science

Author: Nancy Gorrell

Publisher: Equinox

ISBN: 1845534409

Page: 458

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'Writing Poetry Through the Eyes of Science' presents a unique & effective interdisciplinary approach to teaching science poems & science poetry writing in secondary English & science classrooms.

This professional resource shows both English and science teachers how to cross-fertilize the knowledge, skills and methods shared by their disciplines - in particular, the creative, critical and metaphoric thinking skills used in both poetry writing and scientific research. This book provides the tool - science poetry - enabling English and science teachers alike to discover the value of their common ground, empowering them to envision, create, and experience an innovative pedagogy for the twenty-first century.



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