Expressing Enduring Understandings with Word and Image
Students have been challenged to become, literally, a leading world authority on a given poem by Blake, with the first task being to study, research, and investigate the poem in order to generate their visible thinking. Here's what my student, Talia, has done with Blake's poem, "Infant Joy," from Songs of Innocence:
Coming soon will be other examples of visible thinking applied to Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience. Stay tuned!
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