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Strange New World

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLZ4VuD2grY&feature=plcp[/youtube] Jasper Fforde visits the setting for The Last Dragonslayer Strange New World:Jasper Fforde and Proto-Enhanced eBooks in the Intermediate Classroom by Kyle Stooshnov Strange New World: Bonus Paragraph!

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The Remediation of Ebenezer Scrooge: A Christmas Carol in Print and on Screen

By Milena Brunetta and Kyle Stooshnov In the early 1840’s, there was a convergence of events happening in England to produce a masterpiece that has never been out of print since first being published in 1843. Since this time, Charles … Continue reading

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Putting Speech into Print

London at the turn of the 16th century was becoming a melting pot of different cultures, both oral and literate people made up the society with approximately 80% of the city’s population were illiterate. The technological advance of the printing … Continue reading

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Technology in Adams’ Universe

Here is another favourite author of mine, Douglas Adams, “with a set of rules that describe our reaction to technologies:” 1. Anything that is in the world when you’re a born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural … Continue reading

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Above subtext?

Here is part of a scene from Whit Stillman’s movie, Barcelona (1994): EXT. AVENUE – DAY Ted and Fred, dressed for work, walking up Paseo de Gracia in 8 a.m. pedestrian traffic. This morning the uniform wearing Fred and, by … Continue reading

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page and stage to pwnage

Since I started the MET program in 2010, Shakespeare’s plays have been central to my studies, and over the summer two experiences have brought home the importance for teachers to learn about the words he used. The first was an … Continue reading

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