Check out this multigenre element created by a student who illustrated Thomas Paine’s views on government using fictional text messages. The student used his/her iPhone to create the fictional text message and utilized the iPhone’s screenshot capability to capture the “texts.” The images were then pulled off the phone and imported into Glogster, and the Glogster was embedded into the project wiki page. Many thanks to Ms. Lisa Kennedy, 11th American Literature/Composition teacher, for collaborating with the library on this project!
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