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Britt, John F. – Teaching Education, 1992
Students can learn to understand prose by carefully listening to the author's voice. The paper gives examples of prose in standard block form and in a poetic form, explaining why students find the poetic form more comprehensible. Students' awareness of rhetoric can be developed through the Myers Briggs inventory. (SM)
Descriptors: Authors, Higher Education, Literary Criticism, Poetry