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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Karen Chichester

Karen Chichester

WIDE PATHS 2009 - 7 views

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    Writing in Digital Environments: Pedagogies and Theories - hosted by the Red Cedar Writing Project
Karen Chichester

Children Teach Themselves to Read | Psychology Today - 2 views

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    Children develop reading at their own pace. Late readers aren't necessarily poor readers.
Karen Chichester

Fun With Words > The Wordplay Web Site - 20 views

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    Great Word Site. Has lots of info about Anagrams, Palindromes, Spoonerisms, Oxymorons, Tongue Twisters, Pangrams , Rebus Puzzles, Malapropisms, Mnemonics, Tom Swifties, Word Records, Nym Words, Redundancies, Ambiguities,, Net Lingua, Etymology, Rhyming Slang, and games. Has a book and games store, but most info is free.
Karen Chichester

PaperRater - 11 views

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    Pre-Grade Your Paper: Free Online Grammar Checker and More. Checks Plagiarism too. Free. Maintained by Linguists and grad students. Plan to off more serves for a fee in future. Also has a link to Vocabulary Builder.
Karen Chichester

All Common Elements In Shakespeare's Plays - The Shakespeare Geek Blog - 9 views

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    Mneomic device for remembering the common elements in Shakepeare's plays
Karen Chichester

Paragraphy - 11 views

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    Input paragraph, click submit, and it will rearrange the sentences. Helps students determine topic sentences and paragraph order.
Karen Chichester

Fun with punctuation Boing Boing - 22 views

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    Dangers of comma use or lack there of. Funny
Karen Chichester

OttoBib - Free Automatic Easy Bibliography Generator. Fast! MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian - 3 views

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    For Books only using ISBNS. Citations in MLA, APA, Chicago/Truabian, BibTeX and Wikipedia formats.
Karen Chichester

Top 10 Most Influential Writing Systems - Listverse - 7 views

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    NIfty list of major writing systems. Could be used to demonstrate the frustration of readers in a PD setting. Ask attendee to read one of the lists and tell them they will be quizzed on it.
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