Jacqueline Marino offered advice for teachers. 1) All Web writing doesn’t have to be short. Most sites include long stories of investigative nature. 2)Ttreat blog as a form of journalism. See Sunlight Project and Reznet. 3) Experiment with writing that isn’t nonfiction, such as poetry (livehopelove.com) and comic book (Ottawa Citizen – 70 year of Superman). 4) Consider your students – Millenials who are interested in social issues. So share nonprofit and activist Web sites (Grist and Wiretap). Julie from her iPhone
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