Sunday, May 30, 2010

Weekly Twitter Summary

Selected tweets from the last week, with links to English language/literature and IT-related resources:-

  1. Jane Austen as a global brand via @msstewart
  2. RT @Larryferlazzo: New post "My Best Posts On Books: Why They’re Important & How To Help Students...."
  3. The Guardian children's fiction prize 2010
  4. Can you spot mistakes? Would you be a good proof-reader? Test yourself:
  5. All 6 'King Lear' revision podcasts now complete:
  6. Review of Bakker's 'The Twin': outstanding contender for #impac Award:
  7. All 6 'King Lear' revision podcasts now online:
  8. The last of 6 podcasts on 'King Lear' now posted: the end of the play. Good luck to all in the Leaving Cert...
  9. Lessons and Resources | 50 Years of "To Kill a Mockingbird"
  10. 50 iconic book covers (from Abebooks):
  11. Is there any more intelligent book on Shakespeare? Tony Tanner's Everyman introductions, collected at last:
  12. Good to see reopened local bookshop tweeting @Hughes_Dundrum.
  13. J.D.Salinger:
  14. An enjoyable production: RT @MillTheatre: Dancing at Lughnasa almost sold out tonight.
  15. The new SCC English book now available: highlights from the blog - poems, essays, book recommendations, essays.
  16. Igloo Animations from Digital Hub work with Irish software company on Romeo & Juliet App now on iPad RT @TheDigitalHub
  17. @Luludotcom : thanks for the RT - delighted with our book!
  18. RT @PoetryArchive: Check out the Poetry Foundation's new iPhone app: Take hundreds of poems with you
  19. The Best Free Apps for Education: Apple iPod Touch Apps for Language Arts Teachers:
  20. 'Outside the Frame', our second book from SCC English blog, just published. Excellent service, quality @luludotcom.
  21. Why has 'panini' become singular? "I'll have one panini, please."

1 comment:

Priscila Andrade said...

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