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- The Nature of Argument in a Digital World
- Analyzing Arguments that are Born Digital
- The Moves of Argument in Web-based Text
- The Moves of Argument in Infographics
- The Moves of Argument in Video
- The Moves of Argument in Social Media
- Coaching Students' Work with Digital Arguments
Chapter 3: The Moves of Argument in Web-based Text
In this chapter we deconstruct the characteristics of blog posts.
What does this type of digital argument look like in practice?
What constitutes a claim, evidence, warrant, and attention to rebuttal in this form of argument?
What is a blog?
Downloadable Characteristics and Content of Blog Posts
Downloadable The Craft of Blog Posts
Links to articles and resources mentioned in Chapter 3:
Crafting Digital Writing
Sean Mcleod's edublogger blog,
Dangerously Irrelevant - Technology, Leadership, and the Future of Schools
Media Education Lab
, a companion website to Hobbs'
Copyright Clarity - How Fair Use Promotes Digital Learning
For more resources on teaching digital writing, please check out Troy's blog
"Digital Writing, Digital Teaching"
resources on his wiki page
. Additionally, check out the companion wiki for the books
The Digital Writing Workshop and Crafting Digital Writing
. For resources on Connected Reading, check out the companion wiki for the book
Connected Reading: Teaching Adolescent Readers in a Digital World.
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