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Informational Text: Recommended Books, Suggested Strategies

Ripley's-Scholastic

It’s all too easy to dismiss colorful, fun books of this sort, with their brief chunks of text and apparently oversized photos, as merely motivational in nature.

Something to Consider on the Eve of Comic-Con: Cosplay and Critical Thinking

Linda as Karuta: "This is my first attempt at making an outfit and wearing a wig. The skirt and outer top was made by me, while the white top was something that I already owned."

“We can look at cosplay as a medium that assists other media, anime and manga, by targeting a certain audience segment related to fandom.”

Confessions of a Cosplaying Librarian

Linda as Kagome: "

“The key idea is actually a media literacy one related to representation: no one in real life actually looks like an anime or manga character.”

Pop Culture Press Releases: Use These Real-World Models as Prompts to Writing and Critical Thinking

Maleficent

Want to support the persuasive writing skills of young pop culture geeks, and have them gain some media literate insights into entertainment marketing?