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This book discusses the notion that SMS language is a new literacy and that what we may often identify as poor spelling and bad grammar in student writing are actually evidence of technology reshaping literacy as we know it. At just over a hundred pages, it is a concise and convincing read.
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This book discusses the notion that SMS language is a new literacy and that what we may often identify as poor spelling and bad grammar in student writing is actually evidence of technology reshaping literacy as we know it. At just over a hundred pages, it is a concise and convincing read.
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This book inspired me to do a posting about SMS language to CompPile's CompFAQs section which subsequently led to my creating the [[Wiki SMS Forums]] as an off-shoot project. It discusses the notion that SMS language is a new literacy and that what we may often identify as poor spelling and bad grammar in student writing are actually evidence of technology reshaping literacy as we know it. At just over a hundred pages, it is a concise and convincing read.
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This book discusses the notion that SMS language is a new literacy and that what we may often identify as poor spelling and bad grammar in student writing are actually evidence of technology reshaping literacy as we know it. At just over a hundred pages, it is a concise and convincing read.
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This book inspired me to do a posting to CompFAQ on SMS language which subsequently led to my creating the [[Wiki SMS Forums]] as an off-shoot project. It discusses the notion that SMS language is a new literacy and that what we may often identify as poor spelling and bad grammar in student writing are actually evidence of technology reshaping literacy as we know it. At just over a hundred pages, it is a concise and convincing read.
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This book inspired me to do a posting about SMS language to CompPile's CompFAQs section which subsequently led to my creating the [[Wiki SMS Forums]] as an off-shoot project. It discusses the notion that SMS language is a new literacy and that what we may often identify as poor spelling and bad grammar in student writing are actually evidence of technology reshaping literacy as we know it. At just over a hundred pages, it is a concise and convincing read.
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Braun, Linda W. ''Teens, Technology, and Literacy; or, Why Bad Grammar Isn't Always Bad.'' Westport: Libraries Unlimited, 2007.
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Braun, Linda W. ''Teens, Technology, and Literacy; or, Why Bad Grammar Isn't Always Bad.'' Westport: Libraries Unlimited, 2007.

This book inspired me to do a posting to CompFAQ on SMS language which subsequently led to my creating the [[Wiki SMS Forums]] as an off-shoot project. It discusses the notion that SMS language is a new literacy and that what we may often identify as poor spelling and bad grammar in student writing are actually evidence of technology reshaping literacy as we know it. At just over a hundred pages, it is a concise and convincing read.

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