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iOS 7 is available for some older devices, but not all features will work

This black iPhone 5S in portrait mode can be used to demonstrate how well your iOS app behaves even on older devices. On you can find a large variety of device frames, from old to new. Simply add your own screenshot and download the resulting image to your PC, notebook, smartphone or tablet. It's really fast and free! #iphone5s #nobackground #iphoneBlack #mock #iPhone

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Do-It-Yourself Designs for Daily Living

How Older People Adapt Everyday Objects to Make Daily Life Easier by David Preiss via #Household_Hacks

Apple offers a workaround and patch for older iOS devices stuck halfway through the iOS 9.3 update -  It seems that some iOS users on older devices are running into a snag during the 9.3 update. If you have an iPhone 5S, iPad Air or earlier model, you might want to wait a few days for the update to the update. Read More TechCrunch All about technology : #technology #news #tech | | #Tech #News

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Texts with Figurative Language - The books included below are texts that feature figurative language within the text naturally. These would work better with our figurative language graphic organizer. Even though some of the books may be for younger children, they can make a great text for older students when introducing and practicing figurative language.

Glenda's Assistive Technology Information and more...: 50 Ways to Use Voice Output Devices

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Literary Devices - Poster Set

A set of eleven literary device posters - FREE!

Percy Jackson, The Mortal Instruments, The Hunger Games, THE SELECTION, Harry Potter, Matched(which doesn't get enough credit), and The Lunar Chronicles❤️

FREE Author's Craft Poster~ Metaphor, Simile, Tone, Alliteration, and more are all described on this short-and-sweet "cheat sheet." Use this to help your students make sense of these common writing terms. The better young writers understand these terms, the more likely they'll be to try to incorporate them into their own writing!