Excellent piece written by Miller as a preproject reflection and overview of the work we're doing next week!
“We see that there is a special attraction between writers and the river. Just as the might[y] Mississippi ran through the pages of Mark Twain's novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the Flint River will flow through the pages of our research and most importantly, through our hearts.”
This is a great example of checking your facts. I teach students to always always confirm things they read on wikipedia with another credible source. Looks like newspapers are even less credible than we thought as some reporters need to learn to check their sources! Great article for digital citizenship discussions.
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