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P(ICT)ures of English: Teachers, Learners and Technology

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English teachers are becoming increasingly conscious of the challenges presented by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and the need for English curriculum to prepare young people for a digital world.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published April 1st 2004 by Wakefield Press
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The bibliographies that end each essay seem to provide some promising leads on resources about using technology in the classroom.

Given the emphasis of this volume—assessing the status of English instruction in Australian secondary education and its relation to ICT, the essays are generally written in a reflective—or speculative—mode. So, if you are a CWRL instructor looking for take-away ideas for teaching, P(ICT)ures of English isn’t the right choice.
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