Shaping the Landscape: A Journal of Writing by Alaskan Teachers 1992.Report as inadecuate




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Intended to encourage Alaska teachers to write, to provide an honest sounding board for those submitting work, and to be a pleasure to read, this booklet presents a collection of 20 pieces of writing (short stories, poems, and life experiences) by Alaskan teachers. The pieces and their authors are as follows: "The First Haiku" (Dan Walker); "Baptism of the Bush" (Bambi Hill); "A Small Soft Sound" (R. D. Levno); "Fishing" (Dan Walker); "Middle Rip, Cook should encourage Alaskan teachers to write, it should provide an honest sounding board for those submitting work, and it should be a pleasure to read. The 20 pieces of writing contained in the booklet (short stories, poems, and life experiences) all by Alaskan teachers, are as follows: "The First Haiku" (Dan (Patrick S. Dixon);"Memories of the FV Beaver" (David Jaynes); "The Ghosts of Woodbury Hall" (Barbara Christian); "Gleanings" (Bambi Hill); "A Moment of Delight" (Douglas R. Capra); "Old Woman" (Frank Keim); "Mist Memories" (Sandra Fuller); "Just Like Home" (Patrick A. Stevens); "Outhouse with Unique Charm" (Ruth Bradford); "The Great Wheel" (Frank Keim); "Changes2" (Dennis Lenssen); "Logging Museum" (Sandra Fuller); "Famine" (Evelyn Willburn); ""Heaven" (Evelyn Willburn); "The Juneau Portfolio Process: A New Paradigm" (Mary Tonkovich and others); and "Kodiak Winter Rains" (David Jaynes). (SR)

Descriptors: Creative Writing, Elementary Secondary Education, Personal Narratives, Poetry, Prose, Public School Teachers, Short Stories











Author: Longenbaugh, Betsy, Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8788&id=ED352652







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