Sing Me the Creation
This resource book contains over 300 exercises and games for individual and group work in creative writing. Though the book's exercises are intended for group work with adults, teachers of children will encounter many new ideas for the classroom, and individuals working alone will have no difficulty adapting the exercises to their needs. The exercises are designed to develop the individual's and the group's imagination, they are not meant as self-help instruction exercises. Following an introduction which tells how to use the book, gives permission to break the rules, offers suggestions for group practice, and describes the structure of the book, the exercises are grouped under the following broad sections: The Statement; The Question; The Exclamation; The Command; The Hearth; and The Quintessence. (NKA)
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adjectives alliterative verse ancient animals answer beautiful becomes beginning Beowulf Caedmon characterization colour Command created Creation creative dark door dream earth emotional English Ernest Fenollosa example Exclamation Exercise explore expression eyes Ezra Pound fact feeling four elements four temperaments free verse garden girl give grammar haiku heart Hilda Doolittle horse human imagination inner John Keats language light live look magic meaning metaphor mood moon mountain move movement nature noun object painting partner Paul Matthews person piece poem poet poetic poetry qualities question Rainer Maria Rilke remember rhyme rhythm riddle Robert Duncan rose round Rudolf Steiner seep sense sentence sing someone sound speak stars Statement story Synesthesia teacher tell temperament things thinking trans tree true truth verbs verse voice whimbrel whole William Wordsworth window words writing Yajnavalkya