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Hi Caitlin. I am a coordinator for the STEM Math Study Center at Reedley College in Reedley, CA. I would like to ask your permission to use a paraphrasing activity you wrote about in your blog on Dec. 31, 2014 for our tutor training program. If you grant me permission, I will cite your blog in our Tutor Handbook.
I would be happy to have you use my paraphrasing activity idea with credit. My e-mail is email@example.com if you have questions or would like me to send original files. Many Thanks for contacting me. Caitlin
I would like to show your book shape (concrete) poem to a year 1 class in Australia. I would be showing it on a powerpoint slide and reading it to them.
Thank you for asking. I would be happy to have you share with students. Another example of a concrete poem that I really like is in the book Hate That Cat by Sharon Creech.