The Classroom Connection: English and Computer Games. Catherine Beavis Griffith University [email protected] ESRC Seminar Series: Children’s and young people’s digital literacies in virtual online spaces. Working with games as text in the English classroom.
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ESRC Seminar Series: Children’s and young people’s digital literacies in virtual online spaces
Literacy in the digital world of the twenty first century: learning from computer gamesAustralian Research Council 2007-2010(Beavis, Bradford, O’mara, Walsh; Apperly and Gutierrez)
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Across texts, modes, genres… their consumption, shape the readers experience of a text & give meaning to the act of reading
Paratexts: texts and the surrounding materials that frame their consumption, shape the readers experience of a text & give meaning to the act of reading (Genette 1997/ Consalvo 2007 p.9)
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Emma Quayle | November 27, 2008
FROM: The Sandringham Dragons and Haileybury College, where Vickery has played after recovering from a season-ending knee injury in early 2007. He played for Vic Metro in this year's under-18 national championships
THE NUMBERS: Born 31 May, 1990, 200 centimetres, 89 kilograms.
THE LOWDOWN: Vickery is a ruckman, and spent much of his time out injured studying the subtleties of ruck work. But he is also a strong mark, and it's easy to envisage him becoming, at 200 centimetres and with pace, a powerful centre half-forward…
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With Fremantle embarking on their toughest pre-season ever, coach Mark Harvey is pondering how to integrate up to 14 new players that will arrive in the next fortnight via the upcoming AFL drafts…
[I go with] whoever I think has the more valid… whoever I valued their opinion more. I suppose certain people like Sam Newman, he tends to know not that much compared to someone like who’s an actual expert like a columnist or something. [Depending on] their background, like their background of the game, most experienced within the game I’ll probably value more. (Kevin)