For adolescent learners, the Composition process can become more robust, as learners begin to express ideas through multiple media, which includes visual, audio, and digital production. The skills needed for multimodal expression encompass digital literacy skills, which are increasingly important in today's world.
Watch a student's digital composition from Stonybrook University's digital storytelling site, which focuses on digital literacy and multimodal literacy. Youth combine images, audio, and video to represent their thoughts on different topics and share their perspectives.
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Watch how Inklewriter allows learners to create web-based interactive stories and share them with the world. Learners can write argumentative pieces, make-your-own-adventure style stories, and writing multiple endings to a story from different genres to improve their understanding of genres.