Local Writings

Teaching the disruptive student

Disruptive student

By Joyanne James. He is here today! That boy who disrupts the class whenever he actually comes to class, that annoying disruptive student. Maybe I should ignore him like I have done before and continue with my lesson despite the other students laughing at his jokes and completely ignoring me. Unfortunately, that …

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Pledge your support for literature

Caribbean Books logo - literature, in sweet T&T for Sweet TnT Magazine, Culturama Publishing Company, for news in Trinidad, in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, with positive how to photography.

Caribbean Books Foundation wishes to see an increase in literary and literacy initiatives nationwide says founder Marsha Gomes-Mckie. We hope to make literature as attractive as music and fashion to the corporate sponsors as we request an addition to the Corporation Act (Finance Act) that relates to the Art and Culture …

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The Great Julie Mango Battle

Julie Mango tree for Literature in sweet t&t for Sweet TnT Magazine in Trinidad and Tobago

By Jamie Gangoo. It was early one Sunday morning when Joseph, scratching his back and yawning loudly, dragged his feet to the kitchen. He pulled back the curtain to the window overlooking the backyard and peered outside; his usual morning routine. The birds seemed extra cheery that morning as they chased …

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