by Suzanne Choo & Dominic Nah
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This is the Teachers' Guide to Sense and Sensitivity: A Guide to Unseen Poetry for the GCE ‘O’ and ‘N’ Level Exam. This PDF guide will provide some pointers and suggested answers for the questions in that appear in Sense and Sensitivity: A Guide to Unseen Poetry for the GCE ‘O’ and ‘N’ Level Exam. For the original workbook, please click here.
About the Authors
Suzanne Choo is Assistant Professor in the English Language and Literature Academic Group, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. She completed her PhD in English Education at Columbia University, USA and her MA in English Studies from the National University of Singapore. A former secondary English and Literature teacher, she now teaches courses on literature and poetry at the National Institute of Education and has conducted poetry workshops for many teachers over the last ten years. She has previously written two books on teaching the Unseen with Robert Yeo – Sharpening the Senses (Learners Publishing), Mining for Meaning: A Guide to the Unseen for Lower Secondary Students (Scholastic) and Mining for Meaning: A Guide to the Unseen for ‘O’ and ‘N’ level Students (Scholastic).
Dominic Nah graduated from the University of Warwick with an MA in World Literature, a BA in English Literature, and with further questions on just how literature can be convincingly relevant in today's schools and society. In recent times, Dominic has worked as (in no particular order) a freelance dramaturg, a performer and a rapporteur. He is presently working as a research assistant for Dr Suzanne Choo on a project concerning cosmopolitan ethics and literature education (National Institute of Education) and is an Associate Faculty at the Singapore University of Social Sciences.
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