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Chapter 8  Further reading

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Blau, S.  (2003).  The literature workshop: Teaching texts and their readers.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. 


Bradley, A.  (2009).  Book of rhymes: The poetics of hip hop.  New York: Basic Civitas Books.


Christensen, L., & Watson, D. (Eds). (2016). Rhythm and resistance: Teaching poetry for social justice. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.


Discorfano, S. (2017). Teaching poetry, embracing perspectives: A guide for middle school teachers. Lanham, MD: Rowman & LIttlefield.


Dong, Y.  (2004).  Don’t keep them in the dark! Teaching metaphors to English language learners.  English Journal, 93(4), 28-33.


Fisher, M.  (2007).  Writing in rhythm: Spoken word poetry in urban classrooms.  New York: Teachers College Press.


Fogel, A. B.  (2009).  Strange terrain: A poetry handbook for the reluctant reader.  Hobblebush Books


Hill, M. L.  (2009).  Beats, rhymes and classroom life: Hip-hop pedagogy and the politics of identity.  New York: Teachers College Press.


Mooney, F. (2016). Breakbeat pedagogy: Hip hop and spoken word beyond the classroom walls. New York: Peter Lang


Morrell, E., & Duncan-Andrade, J.  (2002).  Promoting academic literacy with urban youth through engaging hip-hop culture. English Journal, 91(6), 88-92.


Murphy, E.  (2008).  Speaking poetry: Exploring sonic patterns through performance.  


National Endowment for the Arts/Poetry Foundation. (2005).  Poetry out loud: The anthology.  Washington, DC: National Endowment for the Arts/Poetry Foundation


O’Connor, J. S.  (2004).  Wordplaygrounds: Reading, writing, and performing poetry in the English classroom.  Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2004.


Woodard, R. & Coppola, R. (2018). More than words: Student writers realizing possibilities through spoken word poetry.  English Journal, 107(3), 62-67.



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