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Teasing Teasers and DLC: The Dangers of Media Capitalism

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Modern Media Capitalism Media capitalism has steadily increased its drain on the video game and film industries. While money-making exercises have existed for decades in the media industry, today’s media capitalism displays increasing signs of vacuousness. And keen-eyed consumers are worried about what this means for the future of media content consumption. This post is […]

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Thinking Education: Zoom In

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Thinking Education

Zoom In is a thinking routine which can be used for any image a teacher wants to draw particular attention to. For example if a teacher is teaching a History lesson and wanted to highlight the horrors of racism in the past. They may use an image in which smiling members of the public belittled others. […]

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How To Perfect The Art of Essay Writing

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Essays, everyone has to write them, but few people want to. So how can you write better essays? The process is remarkably simple, and it all starts with applying a few steps. 1. Plan With any kind of writing, the best method is to plan before you write. This can be through brainstorming methods such […]

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Subverting the ‘norm’ of writing?

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There’s this interesting concept in modern literature: subversion. Essentially it’s the idea of challenging the ‘norm’ in writing. You see it in popular fantasy for instance, which is a genre I do read plenty of, whereby new authors attempt to make their work stand out by subverting common archetypes in new and varying ways.  There […]