Developing an approach for comparing students ’ multimodal text creations : A case study

  title={Developing an approach for comparing students ’ multimodal text creations : A case study},
  author={Mike Levy and Kay Kimber Griffith},
Classroom teachers routinely make judgments on the quality of their students’ work based on their recognition of how effectively the student has assembled key features of the genre or the medium. Yet how readily can teachers talk about the features of student-created multimodal texts in ways that can improve learning and performance? This article aims to address this issue by describing an approach developed by the authors for analysing and comparing the salient features of two multimodal texts… CONTINUE READING
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