2 X 2 = Boo: A Set of Spooky Multiplication Stories by Loreen Leedy

By Loreen Leedy

Multiplication is made frightfully enjoyable! A desk is integrated.

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PISA 2009 Results: Students on Line – Volume VI © OECD 2011 41 2 student performance in digital and print reading A third type of navigation feature is global organisers, such as structured menus and content maps, which represent the relational structure of pages and links. They are used to help orient the reader to what is available on a site beyond the visible page, allowing readers to gauge the full scope of a text. Digital reading requires familiarity with explicit and embedded hyperlinks, non-sequential page structures and global content representation devices.

Nevertheless, many of the tasks classified as multiple are based on sets of continuous, non-continuous and mixed format material. The third text classification is text type, which has six categories: argumentation, description, exposition, instruction, narration and transaction. Four of the six are represented in the digital assessment: argumentation, description, exposition and transaction. While narrative texts were sought for the assessment, no suitable material of an appropriate length and quality was found; the test development phase for PISA 2009 pre-dated the rise of e-books.

2008; Dillon, 2004; Mayer, 2005; and Rouet, 2006. New technologies for text, new ways of reading From the invention of the cathode ray tube to the latest mobile communication devices, the advent of digital technologies has had a profound impact on the design, production, dissemination and uses of text. From a linguistic standpoint, a text is usually defined as a passage forming a “unified whole” (Halliday and Hasan, 1976). Linguists agree that textual “unity” is not conferred through strict criteria of length or grammatical rules, but rather through the communication act that the text fulfils.

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