Mine the Mirror: Poems to Read, Enjoy and Sift! with a Bucketful of ...Questions!!!

Mine the Mirror: Poems to Read, Enjoy and Sift! with a Bucketful of ...Questions!!!

by Michaellee James


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Billy continues to offer his teacher intriguing excuses for not bringing in his homework, a class teacher tries to get the children to think about the little things they do that affect their achievement, a child draws from her mothers legacy, and two friends carry an implicit conversation about focusing on their own dreams.

Mine the Mirror. Included in this collection are poems that encourage reflection, self-determination, and other valuable life lessons. This book is intended to support teachers in the classroom. As a result, it comes with a glossary that contains a selection of poetic devices and a range of engaging questions that lend themselves to the study of poetry.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781546282785
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 01/05/2018
Pages: 82
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Michaellee James was born in the island of Trinidad and Tobago where she grew up and spent her early adulthood. She attended Valsayn Teachers College and subsequently taught at Eastern Girls Primary School, which is situated in the City of Port of Spain. In 1990, she migrated to England where she taught in some of Londons inner city schools; later served as a visiting university lecturer in the faculty of education. She has been involved in matters concerning education for the past thirty-two years. While residing in England, she became a member of the British Psychological Society. She was Called to the Bar at the Honourable Society of Lincolns Inn and became a barrister at Law in England and Wales. She is the published author of the books, Trees Grow Over Fences and IM THINKING She is also a speaker in matters of education and delivers talks at schools in England, Scotland and the Caribbean. During her many radio and television interviews, Michaellee is not reserved about openly declaring that she could not read at age fourteen. Coming from such a background, she is passionate about encouraging others to defy expectations by persevering against all odds.

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