Well, to start off, the arguments relating to the analysis of my online interactive learning game that I am interested in pursuing are:
- Continuing what I began to do with my info-graphic by expanding on the many benefits of digital and online learning. I would perhaps give examples of these benefits and use the sources I already have (of course).
- I also considered comparing online learning to traditional learning in traditional classroom settings. I would discuss how traditional learning has its own setbacks that hinder a student’s full ability to learn, and further argue that online learning is the next, greater step.
- I could also talk specifically about the downsides and complications to online learning. Not everyone in this country, or around the world, easy–or any–access to the internet to use the learning resources provided there. I would delve into the “digital divide” in this country.
My targeted audiences would be:
- Teachers of students in primary and secondary education
- Parents of children in high school and grades below
- Educators and students affected by the digital divide in this country
- Actual students who are interested in online learning
Some genres I am considering would be:
- Blog, podcast, interactive website, info-graphic
- Blog, podcast, interactive website
- Info-graphic, vlog, social media posts
- Blog, vlog, interactive website, social media posts
I believe the best combinations for myself would be:
- Argument 1 and a blog, targeted at educators, parents, and students interested in online learning
- Argument 2 and a podcast, targeted at educators and parents of students in high school and grades below
- Argument 3 and an info-graphic, targeted at educators and students affected by digital divide
- Argument 3 and a podcast, targeted at educators and students affected by digital divide
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