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Cartoon Maker Zone ::: Cambridge English Online

Cartoon Maker Zone ::: Cambridge English Online | CV Curriculum, Instruction and Technology News | Scoop.it

Make strip cartoons in seconds.


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A great resource of compiled lesson plans from teachers around the country. Helps facilitate in-classroom teaching the K-3 English common core standards. Note: English, K-3


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30+ Really Useful Infographics Tools & Resources

30+ Really Useful Infographics Tools & Resources | CV Curriculum, Instruction and Technology News | Scoop.it
Infographic credit:  Ivan Cash Infographics are everywhere!

 

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Check the complete list in alphabetical order, there are a lot worth to try http://www.webadvantage.net/webadblog/30-really-useful-infographic-tools-resources-4453

 


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How Texting Is Changing Your Grammar

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Now that text talk is widely accepted as a legitimate form of communication, we are left wondering: Will text talk become our main form of communication in the future? Will the widespread use of text talk negatively impact the way we communicate? Or are we engaged in the creation of a colorful new language every time we text?


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David's curator insight, January 4, 2013 1:24 PM

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This article talks about how texting and the new media age may not be as bad of a thing as it is hyped up to be. They have done studies that show the pros and cons. This article shows how although we are using shortcuts to write it is just a way of us adapting; yet people still continue to use proper grammar more often than not.