When I first started working on Moving Pages, I thought I would write another literature book. Experience in the classroom – and a good deal of thinking about the use of IT and web tools – made me eventually think otherwise (and, hopefully, better). Therefore, I embarked on the much harder task of showing pupils that literature is not confined to old dusty pages and old dusty minds, but that words – some more than others – are more than alive. They echo down the ages in countless rewritings and revisions and remakes.
I hope this tool will be interesting for you to use, and my goal will have been reached if it will help you find literature as fascinating as I do.
I would like to thank my colleague Mark Andrew Mansi, founder and editor of the excellent ESLcommunity.org, with whom many ideas find their shape.
Finally, I would like to point out that most of the material published here is what I use in my lessons. Feel free to use anything yourself but please do not repost documents or any part of the website without my permission. If on the other hand you are interested in making a contribution to the website please feel free to contact me at incoming[at]movingpages.eu.
Thank you for your time and attention!
movingpages.eu founder and editor