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Cambridge School: incredible resource 4 digital storytelling stills fr Rob Woodcox photos of foster children: http://t.co/UaQNPHRQnx #oesis
http://t.co/k27EzkGzwA Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World First chapters essential reading #Oesis
Another academic shares his presentation materials to the web before his talk begins: http://t.co/4k5LD00IRz. Bravo!
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Invite students to write about a book that made a difference in their lives. Great mentor texts in the Guardian http://t.co/9nyK1jbYEH
Interview with Kazuo Ishiguro, author of The Remains of the Day.
Conrad’s famous novella is based on a real journey the author took up the Congo in 1890, during King Leopold II of Belgium’s horrific rule. It is a fantastic, imaginative journey to find a man named Kurtz who has lost his mind in the African jungle. It is a journey into inner space; a metaphorical investigation into the turbid waters of the human soul. It is a political journey into the dark heart of European colonialism. It is a nightmare journey, into horror. It is a journey to nowhere, set on a boat lying motionless and at anchor on the river Thames, which also “has been one of the dark places on the earth”.