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Milk to the World

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Milk to the World: A poem by Paulette A. Ramsay

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Cracking the Poetry Code - An Exploration of Teachers’ Experiences in the Classroom

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SKU: CJE-010

Poetry is often seen as an elusive area of literature and it has been touted as the most challenging area to teach. Studies have shown that often teachers are the ones who perpetuate a negative attitude towards poetry and this tends to be reflected in their pedagogy. Against the backdrop of such a claim, qualitative methodology was used to examine teachers' experiences with the teaching of poetry.

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Using Workshops to Kindle Interest in Caribbean Poetry

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SKU: CJE-009

Former taken-for-granted approaches to the teaching of literature and by extension the teaching of poetry in the Caribbean classroom are no longer stable. Concerns over low student achievement in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination in key areas such as poetry, create considerable debates over how teachers of English in the Caribbean should both respond to and be prepared for the teaching of poetry in the English classroom.

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An Approach to Teaching English and Caribbean Poetry in Japan

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SKU: CJE-009

Introducing any poetry composed in English into Japanese classrooms of higher education requires two processes: one is the translation of English poems into Japanese and the next is to familiarize Japanese students with the cultural contexts in which the poetry is written and read. Once the two requisites have been achieved, Japanese students are able to enjoy the culturally different world of English poetry.

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Teaching Caribbean Poetry, edited by Beverley Bryan and Morag Styles, Oxon: Routledge, 2013 (144 pages)

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SKU: CJE-008

The text, Teaching Caribbean poetry is the direct outcome of a course by the same name developed by lecturers in English and Education at the University of Cambridge's Faculty of Education and the University of the West Indies (UWI). Teaching Caribbean poetry is part of a bigger initiative known as the Caribbean Poetry Project (CPP) which endeavours to promote and enhance the teaching of Caribbean poetry in schools in the Caribbean and the UK. The editors cite the young in schools as their ultimate audience, and the teachers by default.

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Taking it Personally: An Approach to Teaching Caribbean Poetry in London

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SKU: CJE-007

The paper I delivered at the Caribbean Poetry Conference was based on my findings while planning and teaching a series of lessons introducing Year 8 students (12yr olds) in Haringey, North London to Caribbean poetry. This is the report I wrote at the time.

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Re-membering Place, Shaping the future—the Poetry of Olive Senior

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SKU: CJE-006

“Without further commitments and action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the world is likely to warm by more than 3° above the preindustrial climate. Even with the current mitigation commitments and pledges fully implemented, there is roughly a 20 per cent likelihood of exceeding 4° by 2100. If they are not met, a warming of 4° could occur as early as the 2060s.

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Why Should Ground Doves fly?

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SKU: CJE-004

Environmental writing and criticism have tended to stress the value of local knowledges and experience, which are often perceived as inherently resisting processes within modernity that separate human beings from direct, sensuous apprehension of their environment. More recently, however,writers such as Ursula Heise have begun to argue for a more ‘cosmopolitan’ form of consciousness in the modern world, thoughtfully engaged with modes of apprehending environmental connectivity (particularly within the new media) that have a global reach.

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