Government ,prosperity, & poverty_critical literacy 66

Posted on Tuesday 18 November 2008

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In this show:
Daphne Moore shares a multimodal text set. Thank you so much for contributing to CLIP Daphne!!!

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3 Comments for 'Government ,prosperity, & poverty_critical literacy 66'

  1.  
    Daphne Moore
    December 3, 2008 | 3:45 am
     

    Thanks to Vivian for the honor of participating in the show.

    I’d just like to modify two verbal slips in my podcast — one regarding the age of onset of FDR’s paralytic illness and the other about the FSA. FDR actually sustained the illness that paralyzed him not in his early 30’s but when he was 39. Though the illness was diagnosed at the time (and referred to at the Memorial) as poliomyelitis, at least one retrospective study regards a diagnosis of Guillain-Barré syndrome as more probable.

    As for the federal agency that commissioned the Depression era photography mentioned in the podcast, it was the Farm Security Administration, not the Farm Service Administration. (At its inception, the agency was evidently called the Resettlement Administration. In association with the Depression Era photography, however, it is generally referred to as the “FSA.” The agency is now known as the Farmers Home Administration.)

    Thanks for listening!

  2.  
    December 3, 2008 | 8:14 am
     

    FYI, Daphne has started a wonderful children’s literature blog that hopefully she’ll share with all of you ;-)

    Thank you again D for your sharing such an awesome set of resources.

  3.  
    February 20, 2009 | 6:15 pm
     

    Great site… Looking for more updates in the future..

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