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Ann Cox replied to camille napier bernstein's discussion Memes and other Social Media as text responses in the group New Media & Technology
"Here's a quick presentation I made to present the idea to faculty at my school. You may find something useful to get you thinking..."
Nov 5, 2014
camille napier bernstein replied to camille napier bernstein's discussion Memes and other Social Media as text responses in the group New Media & Technology
"Great idea, Ann.  I will use this idea next semester in my elective for the rules/expectations. "
Nov 5, 2014
Ann Cox replied to camille napier bernstein's discussion Memes and other Social Media as text responses in the group New Media & Technology
"LOVE these! I had kids create memes at the beginning of the year to emphasize class rules & procedures. Been looking for ways to incorporate them into my lessons later in the year. Hoping I can adapt some of these to literature!"
Nov 5, 2014
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Memes and other Social Media as text responses

Wanted the kids to update some historical speeches for 2014 and think about how the speakers might spread their messages today.Here is my assignment sheet: http://bit.ly/textresponsesHere are the kids' responses, at which I howled with laughter:Patrick Henry: http://bit.ly/PatrickHenrymemeThomas Paine:…See More
Nov 5, 2014
camille napier bernstein added a discussion to the group US History
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Memes and other Social Media as text responses

Wanted the kids to update some historical speeches for 2014 and think about how the speakers might spread their messages today.Here is my assignment sheet: http://bit.ly/textresponsesHere are the kids' responses, at which I howled with laughter:Patrick Henry: http://bit.ly/PatrickHenrymemeThomas Paine:…See More
Nov 5, 2014
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Aug 14, 2014
camille napier bernstein replied to Ryan Goble's discussion ARTICLE: Why are so many lullabies also murder ballads? in the group Poets & Writers
"When my daughter was 2 1/2, her favorite song -- the one we had to sing IN FULL every night -- was "Clementine," a song, if you remember, about a non-swimming miner father who could not save his daughter from drowning.  Macabre but…"
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Jul 29, 2012
camille napier bernstein replied to Ryan Goble's discussion SERIES/ASSIGNMENT IDEA: What Does Your American Dream Sound Like? in the group American Literature
"Such a great idea!  Our 11th grade curriculum is based on the America Dream."
Jun 27, 2012
camille napier bernstein replied to Carol Azizian's discussion gatsby in the group American Literature
"Some ideas 1) Students write scenes we don't see: G/D's last goodbye, the conversation between T/D after wreck, Gatsby's leaving his parents, etc... 2)Students rewrite, keeping exact syntax, two of Fitzgerald's sentences -- use…"
May 2, 2012
camille napier bernstein replied to Carol Azizian's discussion gatsby in the group American Literature
"Hi, Carol, What direction do you want to go in?  Cultural context?  American Dream?  Romantic hero?  Class? Happy to help with some more direction so I don't overwhelm you!  :) My students just finished Annotated…"
Apr 30, 2012
camille napier bernstein replied to camille napier bernstein's discussion "Much [March] madness is divinest sense" - Emily D. Poetry Smackdown Tourney in the group American Literature
"Thanks to all who participated.  Winning poem:  "Hope is the Thing with Feathers" Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul, And sings the tune--without the words, And never stops at all, And sweetest in the…"
Apr 2, 2012
camille napier bernstein replied to camille napier bernstein's discussion "Much [March] madness is divinest sense" - Emily D. Poetry Smackdown Tourney in the group American Literature
"Thanks for all who participated in Round 1!  If you didn't get a chance, you can join now. There are eight poems battling it out in the Second Round (quarter-finals) of the "Much [March] Madness is divinest sense"…"
Mar 20, 2012
camille napier bernstein replied to camille napier bernstein's discussion "Much [March] madness is divinest sense" - Emily D. Poetry Smackdown Tourney in the group Poets & Writers
"Thanks for all who participated in Round 1!  If you didn't get a chance, you can join now. There are eight poems battling it out in the Second Round (quarter-finals) of the "Much [March] Madness is divinest sense"…"
Mar 20, 2012

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What is your connection to education?
High School Teacher
What subjects do you teach / specialize in?
English - America Lit; Creative Writing
School, business or institutional affiliation
Natick High School, Natick, MA
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@napierbernstein
What 5 essential pop culture artifacts (CDs, DVDs, Books, Images, Toys, etc.) would you have on your desert island?
Confederacy of Dunces (book)
Best of James Brown (CD)
Scrabble (game)
Oblivion (book)
A Room with a View (DVD)

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At 11:59pm on July 2, 2011, Ryan Goble said…
You know it is funny you shared that http://www.grantland.com site with me as two friends have recently suggested it as a site of interest as well.  Certainly interesting for the MC POP set - I'll have to follow it a bit more to see where we might share it!  Thank you! RRG:)
 
 
 

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