Ancient crayon reading.

Ancient crayon reading.

Today in class I read this article: https://cosmosmagazine.com/archaeology/ancient-crayon-lets-archaeologists-draw-conclusions The crayon in question pictured above. The article explains that archaeologists from the University of York in England uncovered what they believe to be a Mesolithic-era version of a crayon or pencil. The article is interesting because it shows how the technology of previous eras is soRead more about Ancient crayon reading.[…]

Conventions of the book and blog genre.

Conventions of the book and blog genre.

HALTMAN TEXT:  http://s18.pdarrington.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Haltman-Intro.pdf The text has a large font size and the title is emboldened. The title consists of a general topic/idea and a subtitle that helps to narrow down the topic/idea. The title page is blank for the most part with most of the page being white space. The appearance of the text failsRead more about Conventions of the book and blog genre.[…]