Some of my research papers about poetry writing, poetry pedagogy and poetry’s place in curricula:
Hennessy, J., Marlow, N., Alexander, J. & Dymoke, S. (2020) ‘Professional contraction and the growth of teacher confidence. Experiences in the teaching of poetry from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland’, Oxford Review of Education. DOI: 10.1080/03054985.2020.1835627
Nakai, Y. and Dymoke, S. (2019) Collaborative research between UK and Japan on poetry writing pedagogy in the global age: Trialling poetry writing workshop techniques, The Science of Reading 61_97
Dymoke, S. and Roversi, P. (2018) The genesis, writing and form of the poem DNA Time, Writing in Education, Issue 75, Summer 2018, 56 – 60.
Wilson, A. and Dymoke, S. (2017) Towards a model of poetry writing development as a socially contextualised process, Journal of Writing Research. 9 ( 2), 127-150 Open Access Journal – download and View | https://doi.org/10.17239/jowr-2017.09.02.02
Dymoke, S. (2017) ‘Poetry is not a special club’: how has an introduction to the secondary Discourse of Spoken Word made poetry a memorable learning experience for young people? Oxford Review of Education to link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03054985.2016.1270200
Dymoke, S. and Spiro, J. (2017) ‘Poet-Academics and Academic-Poets: Writing identities, practices and experiences within the Academy’, Writing in Practice, Vol 3, March 2017 issue. It is available on open access at http://www.nawe.co.uk/DB/current-wip-edition/editions/vol.-3.html
Dymoke, S. (2012) Opportunities or constraints? Where is the space for culturally responsive poetry teaching within high stakes testing regimes at 16+ in Aotearoa New Zealand and England? English Teaching: Practice and Critique 11, 4.
Dymoke, S. (2012) Poetry is an unfamiliar text: locating poetry in Secondary English classrooms in New Zealand and England during a period of curriculum change. Changing English Studies in Reading and Culture, 19 (4) 395 -410. To link to this article: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/hgh96Ug6Reka2YYkiRFa/full
Hughes, J. and Dymoke, S. (2011) “Wiki-Ed Poetry”: Transforming Preservice Teachers’ Preconceptions About Poetry and Poetry Teaching, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 55 (1), 46 -56.
Dymoke, S. and Hughes, J. (2009) ‘Using a poetry wiki: how can the medium support pre-service teachers of English in their professional learning about writing poetry and teaching poetry writing in a digital age’ English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 8 (3).
Wasyl Cajkler, Sue Dymoke (2005) Grammar for reading: why now and what for? Changing English Volume 12, Issue 1 pp. 125-136 | DOI: 10.1080/1358684052000340515 To link to this article: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/TYTtGhq366HxfByjYajE/full
Sue Dymoke (2002) The Dead Hand of the Exam: The impact of
the NEAB anthology on poetry teaching at GCSE, Changing English, 9:1, 85-93, DOI:
10.1080/13586840120112369 To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13586840120112369
Dymoke, S. (2001) ‘Taking Poetry off its Pedestal: the Place of Poetry in an Assessment-Driven Curriculum’, English in Education, Vol 35, No 3, 32 -41.