Remix: A Revolution in Text Forms is part of McGraw-Hill Ryerson's iLit Collection of supplementary student resources for high school English courses. This title is a 144-page, soft-cover book that consists of various narrative, micro, and visual selections that put modern twists on traditional text forms. Included in the resource are short stories told in 140-characters or less, graphic rants, and a short story told through video game code. This resource is designed to be appropriate for the grade 10, 11 or 12 reader.
The multi-genre iLit Collection presents infinitely inspiring selections with high school student appeal, written specifically for iLit by Canadian authors such as Joseph Boyden, Mark Kingwell, Martha Brooks, and many more. ELA educators also have many flexible options to build their own iLit student resources. iLit student resources can be purchased by searching and choosing from the selections available in the online iLit Digital Collection, and building customized print or digital resources for high school English courses - purchase only what you need and want! Visit www.iLit.ca to learn more.