The Pieces to One Puzzle: A Chapbook from Kennesaw State University Students
This Chapbook was created during the fall 2016 semester at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia by a group of pre-service middle school teachers in Dr. Clarice Moran’s English 3250 Class: Teaching Writing in Middle Grades Language Arts. Dr. Moran is an Assistant Professor of English Education at the university. Our small, familial class consisted of students from all walks of life, including college juniors, seniors, and adult learners. These pieces were created during our Writer’s Workshop sessions, in which we explored various literary genres and diverse writing styles. Many were inspired by examples from G. Lynn Nelson’s text, Writing and Being, Embracing Your Life through Creative Journaling. Each author chose their favorite five pieces out of a total of seven which were written during the semester. Our works are presented in the chronological order in which they were written; we hope you will enjoy our work and note the progression in each of our unique styles.
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Moran, Clarice, "The Pieces to One Puzzle: A Chapbook from Kennesaw State University Students" (2016). 2016 Faculty Bookshelf. 24.