jpg link to ACE ace HOME ace HOME link my class notes

 

http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/miley-cyrus-needs-to-take-an-african-american-studies-class

 

OPEN LETTER


AN OPEN LETTER TO SINÉAD O'CONNOR, RE: MILEY CYRUS.(http://blog.amandapalmer.net/20131003/)

 

 

rawn from a range of contexts.
Texts provide important opportunities for learning about aspects of human experience and about aesthetic appeal. Texts can be written, spoken (dialogues, speeches, monologues, conversatio

ns, radio programs, interviews, lectures), multimodal (picture books, graphic novels, web pages, films, television programs, performances, advertisements, cartoons, music videos, computer games, maps) and in print or digital/online (books, CD-ROMs, websites, computer games, social

networking sites, email, SMS, apps).
Texts are structured for particular purposes, for example, to retell, to instruct, to entertain, to explain and to argue. Teachers may select whole texts and/or parts of texts depending on units of study, cohorts and level of difficulty.
Texts include:


Share-Eng Home Share-Eng Home shre-eng top