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From the Quill to the Keyboard: Technology and Literacy as Seen through the Declaration of Independence (Part II)
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English Journal Volume 90, Number 6, ISSN 0013-8274

Abstract

Considers how new technologies might serve to help educators to teach in ways that were not possible without them. Considers "the unspoken responsibilities English teachers are asked to assume" as students pursue their desire to become "technologically literate." Describes an activity in which the World Wide Web is used to analyze and discuss the Declaration of Independence. (SG)

Citation

Blasi, L. & Lee, J.K. (2001). From the Quill to the Keyboard: Technology and Literacy as Seen through the Declaration of Independence (Part II). English Journal, 90(6), 111. Retrieved June 18, 2019 from .

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