The Definition of a Narrative? « Narrative Expression in the Digital Age: "“narrative[na-ra-tiv], a telling of some true or fictitious event or connected sequence of events, recounted by a narrator … consist[s of] a set of events (the story) recounted in a process of narration (or discourse), in which the events are selected and arranged in a particular order (the plot).”"
25 January 2008
Posted by The Cowardly Lion at Friday, January 25, 2008
18 January 2008
Readable Blog: for English learners (EFL/ESL) » Blog Archive » Read Comic Books to Improve Your Reading Skills: "Wowio’s Comic Books and Graphic Novels section has quite a few legal, free comic books and graphic novels. You’ll have to register to use Wowio, and they require you to prove your identity using a photo ID, credit card, or “non-anonymous” e-mail address (such as a school e-mail address). I haven’t used this site, so I hope that if you try it, you’ll let me know what you think."
Posted by The Cowardly Lion at Friday, January 18, 2008
16 January 2008
14 January 2008
11 January 2008
Learning to Teach Tech-Comm: Eleven Things You Could Start Doing Today for the Benefit of Your Students' Writing
Learning to Teach Tech-Comm: Eleven Things You Could Start Doing Today for the Benefit of Your Students' Writing: "Eleven Things You Could Start Doing Today for the Benefit of Your Students' Writing' to the WPA listserv. I wanted to comment on it, but this is the first time I've had the chance because of the conference, as well as just keeping up in general. I'm not going to reproduce the e-mail comments under each item, but instead reproduce the items with my own thoughts."
Posted by The Cowardly Lion at Friday, January 11, 2008
04 January 2008
01 January 2008
Wordsmiths, avoid these words.. | Oddly Enough | Reuters: "Such phrases as 'post 9/11' and 'surge' have also outlived their usefulness, they said. Surge emerged in reference to adding U.S. troops in Iraq but has come to explain the expansion of anything. Continued..."
Posted by The Cowardly Lion at Tuesday, January 01, 2008