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Enid Baines

Enid Baines | Scoop.it - 33 views

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    My License to Read blog I created to use as a model for students has taken on a life of its own.
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    A student remarked that he liked getting to know the person behind the teacher and that's what my posts apparently showed him. (I refer to my blog in class occasionally so he knew how to find it. I don't make them read it!)
Enid Baines

Copyright - Playing with Media - 56 views

  • Attribution, in the form of a thorough “Works Cited” section of a document or project, does NOT guarantee full copyright compliance in the United States. Judges ruling on intellectual property cases never write, “The defendant created a great bibliography, so I find find him not guilty of these charges.”
  • We would never accept the following entry in a written, student bibliography in a research paper: "I found this information in the school library."
  • We should not accept student media projects which include similar, non-specific attribution statements like “Images from Google” or “Images from Flickr.”
Enid Baines

Your Favorite: 100 Best-Ever Teen Novels - 92 views

  • Author Responds to Student Begging for Summary of Required Read
  • I love that teachers and writers admit to not reading books that were assigned. I wouldn't have read "The Scarlet Letter" either if I wasn't the one who had to assign it.
  • Guessing Game: ‘The Lord of the Rings’ as Written by Other Famous Authors - Flavorwire
  • ...7 more annotations...
  • Some writers have distinct stylistic fingerprints. Student writers, not so much.
  • "Frodo Baggins looked at the ring. The ring was round. It was a good ring. The hole at the heart of the ring was also round. The hole was clean and pure. ... The earth moved."
  • Kids Hate Classic Books Through Hilarious Tweets at #worstbookever « PWxyz
  • The old man and the sea, #worstbookever uuuggghhhh
  • heart of darkness please die #worstbookever#whatsisgoingon?
  • thank god for sparknotes #readingthecrucible#worstbookever
  • endless editing. Anyone who writes a lot understands this
Enid Baines

A Fair(y) Use Tale | Center for Internet and Society - 86 views

  • A Fair(y) Use Tale
  • Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University created this humorous, yet informative, review of copyright principles delivered through the words of the very folks we can thank for nearly endless copyright terms.
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    Cute video explaining copyright using clips from Disney movies. Could be hard to follow for some students though.
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