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Death Education in the Writing Classroom


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Death Education in the Writing Classroom

by Jeffrey Berman (Author)



ISBN: 9780895034038


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Death Education in the Writing Classroom is the first book to demonstrate how love and loss can be taught in a college writing class-and the first to describe the week-by-week changes in students' cognitive and affective responses to death. This interdisciplinary book will be of interest to writing teachers, students, clinicians, and bereavement counselors.


ISBN 895034034
ISBN13 9780895034038
Publisher Baywood Publishing Company Inc
Format Hardback
Publication date 15/05/2012
Pages 254
Weight (grammes) 476
Published in United States
Height (mm) 229
Width (mm) 152


INTRODUCTION: "Life Lessons"

PART 1: Diaries

CHAPTER 1-Week One "Nervous Undergraduates Avoiding Eye Contact"

CHAPTER 2-Week Two "Hearing It Made His Death More Real"

CHAPTER 3-Week Three "She Helped Me Say What I Could Not Say Myself"

CHAPTER 4-Week Four "There's Too Much Covering Up of Grief in America"

CHAPTER 5-Week Five "We're Going to Die"

CHAPTER 6-Week Six "Thinking Like a Writer"

CHAPTER 7-Week Seven "I'm Sorry, I Understand"

CHAPTER 8-Week Eight "Sometimes I Feel Like an Outsider in This Class"

CHAPTER 9-Week Nine "I Felt As If I Were Reliving that Day"

CHAPTER 10-Week Ten "There Is No Preparation for a Sight of Death"

CHAPTER 11-Week Eleven "I Love You Too Much"

CHAPTER 12-Week Twelve "We're Taking Risks in a Safe Place"

CHAPTER 13-Week Thirteen "Write As If You Were Dying"

CHAPTER 14-Week Fourteen "I Used to Cry in the Middle of the Night and Contemplate Suicide"

CHAPTER 15-Week Fifteen "I Am Not Alone in This Battle"

PART 2: Breakthroughs

CHAPTER 16-Chipo "I Have to Turn My Shattered Reality into a Livable Dream"

CHAPTER 17-Lia "Instead of Minimizing My Struggles, I Wrote about Them"

CHAPTER 18-Shannon "It's Hard for Me to Express Emotion"

CHAPTER 19-Faith "If I Could Not Write, I Would Not Survive"

CHAPTER 20-Anonymous "I Will Always Remember My Unborn Baby"

Conclusion: Reading Dying to Teach
Appendix: Syllabus for English 450: Writing about Love and Loss
Student Writers