What’s the difference between a simile, a metaphor, and an analogy?
Analogy = logical comparison; simile = open comparison; metaphor = implied comparison. http://t.co/7IJCfM4E
Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: So…You Wanna Start Texting
Using Texting In The Classroom: http://t.co/nAWmtcqf #mlearning
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indent | "When you know better, you do better" Maya Angelou
Check out our new post! Worthwhile Annotations: “You’ve Lost that Post-It Feeling. Whoah-oh that Post-it Fee-ee-ling.” http://t.co/mZslWeGv
94 Percent Of Teachers Say Students Equate "Research" With Using Google
94 Percent Of Teachers Say Students Equate “Research” With Using Google – http://t.co/FOILJsya
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