Multimodal Literacy in the Digital Era According to Katina Zammit's Article "Charting a Pathway"
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"The information in your last two paragraphs clearly conveys that you understand what multimodal literacy means while your first paragraph has some strong points and some rather weak moments. Your discussion of Zammit's views in particular is muddled at times due to awkward phrasing and word choice. Thus, an edit is needed to clarify your intended meaning and improve your language use. Some small details could also be improved to make your work more polished. For example, a space should consistently be inserted between the abbreviation "p." and the relevant page number. In your references section, your sources should be listed in alphabetical order, and the spelling of Zammit's last name should be corrected."
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