Portal to poetry

April 2005
Reading Today;Apr/May2005, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p48
Presents information on the ReadWriteThink (RWT), a Web site of poetry resources that may be of help in celebrating the U.S. National Poetry Month and Young People's Poetry Week in April 2005. Features of the Calendar section of the RWT; Lesson plans in the RWT Web site; Three interactive tools offered by RWT; Links available in the Web Resources section of RWT.


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