Diigo Links (weekly) Posted on May 23, 2010 by Dana Huff First Grader Creates iPhone App of His Version of “The Three Little Pigs” « Libraries and Transliteracy A first grader creates an iPhone app version of “The Three Little Pigs” with illustrations and voice narration. Excellent! tags: app, iphone, writing, technology Letters About Literature and More – Contests – Read.gov Annual contest: write a letter to the author of a poem or book that changed your life. Great writing assignment. tags: literature, letters, writing, composition Bardfilm: The Shakespeare and Film Microblog: The Ten Best Uses of Shakespeare Sonnets in Popular Culture: “So Long Lives This, and This Gives Life to Thee.” Some of these videos would be great for teaching sonnets, especially if you want students to act them out. tags: shakespeare, sonnets, english, literature, poetry NCWIT We need more women in IT. NCWIT helps spread the word. tags: technology, computing, gender, it Letters With Character Have you ever wanted to write a letter to a fictional character? This site publishes letters from real people to fictional people. Could yours be next? tags: character, letters, reading, literature Plagiarism by Lora Cowell on Prezi Plagiarism presentation with tips on paraphrasing and discussion of structure, words, ideas. tags: presentation, plagiarism, prezi Presentation Zen: Where to get quotations for presentations? Presentation Zen recommends quotations as a powerful technique, but where can you find them? tags: reference, quotes, presentations, quotations, presentation, education, resources Presentation Zen: Using quotes in your slides to support your story Using quotes from experts, leaders, and authors can be a powerful technique in presentation. tags: presentation, education, presentations, resources Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.