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Writing in Education - Vol. 73 - Max Reinhardt Literacy Awards

In this issue:

How can education become more engaging and supportive for chronically ill students?
Hannah Bullimore investigates the issues and potential solutions.
Liberating Words – Lifting Voices
Ceinwen Haydon advocates for the provision of creative language opportunities for those living with dementia.
Mehr Light!
Daniel Xerri discusses the relevance of publishing poetry in unexpected places.
Shaping Rule Breakers
Helen Dring describes how a grammar-inclusive pedagogy raises participant literacy.
The Creative Writing Teacher’s Toolkit
Francis Gilbert reasons why writers working in education at all levels need knowledge of how to teach.
The Max Reinhardt Literacy Awards 2016–17
Jane Sillis and Veronica Reinhardt introduce this article with contributions from the lead writers – Stevie Ronnie, Helen Mort and Antony Dunn – and the gallery staff and teachers involved.
The Write Way Forward
Alice Penfold underlines the importance of teachers being writers alongside children being writers.
We Need to Teach about Lionel
Mimi Thebo writes about the ongoing controversy about representation in Pan-Anglo fiction.

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