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How #Genre “Squeezes” The Life Out Of A Hybrid, Multi-Genre Text #asmsg #t4us #4ftm

Recent book reviews show book reviewers using genre specific conventions and expectations nonjudiciously for multi-genre, nonconventional texts. The overuse of the genre lens to judge hybrid, genre-crossing texts and general fiction can often lead to a frustrating reading experience. This … Continue reading

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What #Writers & #Teachers Make: #Survey Says ==> less than £600 ($1000 Dollars) a year

http://t.co/rRUvJMLhOq RT @profesortbaker #Teacher #eltchat #ell #IAN1 #ASMSG #edu #indie #JT4a #esl #efl #elt #TEFL pic.twitter.com/E7zZ5w3SRg — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) January 19, 2014 Writers (authors) have a lot in common with teachers: most don’t earn a lot of money. … Continue reading

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Let A Thousand Models Bloom: The Unconference is Dead

Let A Thousand Models Bloom: The Unconference is Dead [Kindle Edition] This is the first book about the unconference movement that seeks to address the question: Is the unconference dead? It looks at BarCamp, Edcamp, Educamp, TeachMeet and weighs in … Continue reading

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