Precious Cinnamon Roll Kitty

ALRIGHT SO I HAVE NOT SLEPT SINCE LIKE FRIDAY NIGHT and I’m kind of sick of just writing a paragraph SO instead of typing, I have decided to spice things up! I have made for you a flowchart (ta daa) and I am quite proud of it. I’ll attach a link at the bottom in case the picture won’t load… Read more →

Can’t wrap my mind around it

  In all utter honesty, this is me trying to comprehend multimodal. I get that this is out-of-the-box thinking with projects that allows people to grasp the concept more. It’s more than just writing, I think. It involves using your senses, plus writing and images that just blows your mind away. It always leaves one questioning how that person was… Read more →

Abby Normal

    I’m intrigued by the idea of Multimodality. In Saundra Wright’s Morphology and Syntax class we looked at a big-time linguist’s book chapter entitled The Language Mavens. The chapter was about a group of prescriptivist grammar-zealots who spend a lot of their time policing the grammar of others, and pitching a tried and true, “get off my lawn” tip argument that… Read more →


  Wow. Multimodality is so important for future instruction and providing an important illustration on how that method of instruction assists students with their work. Specifically, providing different aims by incorporating visual, sonic, and aesthetics helps students to have multiple examples on how to compose, perform, and learn a task or assignment. I am currently taking Biology 323 (Biology of… Read more →

Multi-modality ↑, Censorship ?

There’s a lot of different directions I was thinking about going with for this blog post. I could have talked about all the different types of modes, the benefits to a multi-modal approach, my own experience in learning in an education system that doesn’t prioritize multi-modality, etc. So, I guess I sort of did all of that? I don’t know.… Read more →