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ARTiculating: Teaching Writing in a Visual World

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ARTiculating: Teaching Writing in a Visual World
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Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN/ASIN: 0867094427
Number of pages: 176

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The book explores the central role that the visual plays in a multimediated, computerized culture. The contributors to this collection and the editors, through their responses to each chapter, ask how we can exploit the intersections between the visual and the verbal to improve learning. In so doing, they provide direction for the wise use of visually connected pedagogy.

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