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CI 5461: Teaching Composition in the Secondary School


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Comments (6)

Rick Filipkowski said

at 2:11 pm on Jan 26, 2009

Look at all of these super attractive people.

Erin Murphy said

at 5:05 pm on Jan 27, 2009

Agreed. However, still sad I wasn't there.

Jenifer Jones said

at 11:24 pm on Jan 27, 2009

We could get our tech guy (Patrick, are you listening?) to superimpose a picture of you... Just an idea :)

morro083@umn.edu said

at 11:54 pm on Jan 27, 2009

I would love to superimpose a picture ... did you see the few superimposed images on my blog (http://philosophymorrow.blogspot.com/) ... the one of me holding up the world is real, but the other is synthetic... :)

Erin Murphy said

at 9:17 am on Jan 28, 2009

Ha! I loved those Patrick, simply excellent.

Rick Filipkowski said

at 9:10 am on Feb 23, 2009

So I'm pretty sure that the After THE END page is the best wiki page in recorded history... check it out.

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