The works presented in this collection were gathered in 1991-1992 during a project at The Centre for Literacy, Montreal, Quebec. Included are the authors' speculations about the teaching implications of explicitly linking art and language in the classroom.
Stunning drawings and moving texts on social and personal issues that
touch us all - war, race, love, AIDS, pollution - produced by college
students. Calls into question popular misconceptions about how and
why ordinary people write and draw.
Of special interest to teachers and tutors, counsellors, social
workers, therapists - ideas for classroom practice - useful as
catalysts for discussion and response, but also a gift for anyone who
shares human concerns.
To order a copy send a cheque for $10.00 plus $3.00 shipping and
handling plus applicable sales tax(es) in Canada. Make cheque payable
to the following.
The Centre for Literacy
3040 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec H3Z 1A4