Dr. Manu Bhandari passes along this gem of a site to help you prepare for the AP Style portions of the quiz. You can take the quiz and get the answers.
You might want to thank him!
Every October marks National Information Literacy Month. Are you using media or being used? Is it time to take a break?
Maybe you need a media-free week (or at least a weekend). No computers, televisions, cell phones, radios, movies, newspapers or books — not counting school books, of course. If you cannot take that long, try turning off and tuning out for 24 hours. You’ll be surprised how refreshed you will be.
I missed posting yesterday, which marked Banned Websites Awareness Day. It seems too many people want to keep you in the dark about things of legitimate educational use.
Celebrate something, i.e. the dark side wins when we refuse to stand up for knowledge.
The original includes multimedia that sets it apart from the typical sports story. The second version only uses still photography.
What works (or doesn’t work) with the video clips? Which do you prefer?
(Thumbnail photo used here under Educational Fair Use)
Since I’m not teaching Mass Communication/Media Literacy this semester, I will not be using this webnote. However, I think as Americans we should never quit asking until every question has been answered and verified. #NeverForget
Reading frees the mind,
which they can never take