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Evidence of students' excitement for the poetry and evidence of childlike quality, yet poem's potential for stirring fresh insights and feelings should be apparent. During a talk at Central School in Glen Rock, NJ, I mentioned how my cat likes to sit on notebooks and computer keyboards, always wanting to be close to writing. A recent anthology of poems about Paris called "poètes de la ville" from Gallimard had 45 contributors and no women. In preparation for the final project, a student-created web research page on one of the poets, each week I taught a design or research-related skill: finding, copying and pasting photographs of the poets and relevant works of art; defining figurative language or finding online definitions for unfamiliar words; creating hyperlinks; changing background color, text font and color, playing with text art.

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