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Welcome to the Literary Allusions in Popular Culture wiki!


 

In this wiki you can:

 

  • Check out rationale for bringing popular culture into the language arts classroom at the Why Popular Culture page

 

  • Check out rationale for incorporating new media -- wikis, specifically -- into the language arts classroom at the Why a Wiki page

 

  • Check out an assignment that presents ideas for engaging students in popular culture texts and new media

 

  • Sift through countless examples of literary allusions in popular culture that you can incorporate to supplement your curriculum

 


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