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    1. Add an image description in between the square brackets. This will help blind and low-vision users, and is a best practice for using images on the web. For information on how to write good image descriptions, see this blog post from the Stanford Web Services Blog.

      This is better known as the alt attribute!

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    1. 11ird Perso11. Source: modernized by J. Shinners from Woodburn 0. Ross . .\fiddl, Eng/isl, Smmms, Early Eng-lish TclCt Society, Original Series, No. 209 (London: Humphrey Milford. Oxford University Press. 1940), pp. 12-15. Middle English. "A11e1

      test 4

  10. Aug 2019
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      "Text feature" is defined in this document, but "text details" isn't. Giving students both definitions would help ensure they understand the author's intent.

  11. Jul 2019
    1. Your teacher may require you to use tags for a variety of reasons.

      Tags would also be a great way to practice metacognition! One technique would be to have a list of categories you use when annotating (such as "Evidence", "Central Idea", and "Vocab") and apply one of these as a tag to each annotation.

      The goal is to go beyond analyzing the text and identify why you're analyzing that part of the text. You can read more about metacognition here.