'Inanimate Alice' and Teaching English

In the past few months 'Inanimate Alice' has made great progress in reaching out to educators around the world. The Education Packs associated with the series have been accessed from 35 countries. These are available at http://www.inanimatealice.com/education/index.html

'Inanimate Alice' is a born-digital fiction, an interactive story for kids growing up in the videogame generation. About an hour of on-screen time and associated material makes for an in-depth look at what the digital novel of the future might look like. It is a reading stimulus and much more besides.

The story has been mentioned on the BBC/British Council website as an excellent resource for Teaching English.


They are testing resources with a 'Try This' scheme. Please go there and vote for Alice. Tell your colleagues and get them to go vote too. If we grab loads of support then Alice gets to the top of the pile and we get to make...guess what?....more episodes.

Thanks in anticipation.

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Tags: interactive, multimedia, reading, storytelling


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