“Poetry Appreciation with Philip Rosenbach” Workshop
As part of our ongoing series of workshops for The Cottage School parents and community members, our adult-ed poetry instructor, Phil Rosenbach, will lead a poetry class beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 4th. No experience is necessary and all are welcome!
We will look at short, understandable, well-written poems. We will also look at some poorly written poems to try to determine what makes a poem good or bad. Participants will discuss their own view as to what makes a poem successful or unsuccessful, interesting or boring, fun or tedious, or that there may be no way to determine the difference. We will also look at poems where words or entire lines have been blacked out to see if we can make any improvements. Why not?
If you have a favorite poem, bring it to the class for reading and discussion. This workshop is open to the public so feel free to bring a friend!
“Mondays on Education: The Importance of Being Little” Workshop
On Monday, October 22nd, as part of our "Mondays on Education" workshop series, Laura Soulages and Kirby Baldwin will lead a discussion on Erika Christakis’ book, The Importance of Being Little: What Children Really Need from Grown Ups. The workshop will take place at The Cottage School from 9:30 to 11:00 AM. Free and open to the public, the workshop will explore Christakis’ research and how it applies to current state of education, as well as to what we do here at The Cottage School.
Mondays on Education: The Importance of Being Little - Monday, October 22nd, 9:30am-11:00am.
Please RSVP online, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 908-719-9610.
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