Five things you always wanted to know about 'remix' or 'mash-ups' (but were too afraid to ask)

Hockly, Nicky
May 2013
English Teaching Professional;May2013, Issue 86, p61
The article discusses aspects of technology in education. It describes remix literacy and how to work with it in the classroom. Remix refers to musical styles combined into one song or mashing up diverse elements to create something new. Remix includes repurposing of original texts, pieces of music or film and images. It also examines the significance of remix with English language teachers.


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