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826LA Fornite v Fortnight
Kids

[email protected]: Fortnite v. Fortnight: How to Build Words and Conquer Worlds

Sunday Jan 26, 2020 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM This is a past program

Recommended for ages 8–14

What does the video game Fortnite have in common with Shakespeare? Both can teach us about how words and phrases are created and popularized. Use language to invent fabulous treasures, describe fortifications, and plan daring heists. Led by game designer and documentary film editor Mike Jorgensen.

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