Volume 22, Number 2, Summer 2005

A Performance Piece: The Power of P Words, Punctuated with Percussion
Perspectives from the Periphery of Writing Centre Personnel

Lise de Villiers
Trudy MacCormack
Wendy Kraglund-Gauthier

Saint Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Perhaps people perceive possibilities purposefully. Public persona performances preclude private pondering. Peripheral participants posture positions prematurely presumably because

KNOWLEDGE IS MADE, NOT FOUND.

Pundits, poets, pilots, prophets, profiteers, professionals promote provisional perceptions and points of view presumably to

BLOOM WHERE THEY ARE PLANTED.

Pedagogy, praxis prompt practical

DIALOGUE WITH THE READING.

Points of reference, personal processes primarily preface

SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION.

Peripheral perspectives potentially preclude participation

ASSUME THE POSITION.

Papers, pens, processors posit persuasive points

KNOWLEDGE IS MADE, NOT FOUND!

 

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