Students build on lessons by sharing poetry at school coffeehouse event

12/15/2009 | Daily Times (Maryville, Tenn.), The

Students in a Tennessee classroom are learning poetry by studying the works of others, writing their own and binding them into a book. Eighth-grade reading teacher Beth Brown also has her classes organize a poetry night, where students turn the school library into a local coffeehouse and recite original poetry for an audience.

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