I’ve been trawling through the archives, and came across the following article. If you missed it the first time around, here’s a chance to read it. If you read it when it was first published, well here’s your chance to enjoy it again!
It’s about flash fiction, and how it can help teach ICT – don’t be put off by the old-fashioned terminology: it all still applies to the new computing curriculum.
Flash fiction is very short fiction, the best example of which I’ve come across is this:
For sale. Baby shoes. Not worn.
(I’ve heard that this was written by Ernest Hemmingway. I’m not sure if that is the case.)
If you’re interested in how flash fiction might be put to work in the service of your computing lessons, read this article:
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