Poems can be found everywhere and anywhere, not just in books! You can hear rhythmical, patterned, repetitious language in football chants, nursery rhymes, playground games, hymns, raps, TV adverts, radio jingles and tabloid headlines. You don’t have to think about them. All you have to do is use your ears.
A Creative Approach to Teaching Rhythm and Rhyme is a guide for primary teachers to develop pupils speaking and listening skills. It is a book about celebrating the music of ordinary speech. It features practical warm-up sessions, games examples to help pupils to become readers, writers and confident speakers through the lively practice of rhythm and rhyme.
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