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Reconstructing Poetry: The Brick by Brick Approach

Reconstructing Poetry: The Brick by Brick Approach

Are you interested in learning how to write poetry? A great exercise to try is taking an already-written piece, and deconstructing it. Below, Tucson tutor Lourdes C. explains the method...   If you're a word crafter and you've found your words growing thin and inadequate, maybe even trite and boring, try this original constructivist approach from an applied linguistics perspective to see if you can't get the impact back into your work and cure writer's block. The method operates o … Read More

Reconstructing Poetry: The Brick by Brick Approach
Are you interested in learning how to write poetry? A great exercise to try is taking an already-written piece, and deconstructing it. Below, Tucson tutor Lourdes C. explains the method...   If you're a word crafter and you've found your words growing thin and inadequate, maybe even trite and boring, try this original constructivist approach from an applied linguistics perspective to see if you can't get the impact back into your work and cure writer's block. The method operates o
What's the Best Way to Learn a New Language? Find Out the Truth
Once you've decided you want to learn a new language, you need to determine which method to use. Researching the wide selection of learning materials and methods, however, can be overwhelming. Countless programs claim they're the "best way to learn a language," and that they will help you speak like a native in just a few days. With so many options to choose from, how can you know which of these claims you can trust? How can you determine the best way to learn a new language, for you?
5 Important Language Learning Tips for Adults
Do you remember learning a language back in high school or college? If it's been several years (or decades), it's normal to feel a bit lost when you're ready to get back at it. And while receiving a formal education is wonderful for daily language practice, it isn't always practical. Amid all of your responsibilities as an adult, finding the time to re-learn a language is undoubtedly a challenge! Working with a language tutor, along with taking advantage of the many language-learning r
5 SAT Math Tips for the Numerically Challenged
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9 Great Places to Practice a Language With Real People
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