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As you read the three examples in the
Where do each of the links lead to?
How do you think that the student writer chose those links?
Considering the rhetorical situation, why do you think that the student chose the links? What goal is he/she trying to accomplish by using the links?
For you, as a reader, are the links effective? Do they work well with the writer's argument? Why or why not?
Now, we will try the
Crafting a Hyperlinked Text Activity
With print reading, what do we know? What are we comfortable with?
With digital, what don't we know? What are we uncomfortable with?
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