Language of Literature

Selecting and using just the right/write/wright approaches to teach students think more deeply and write more precisely about characters they read about, observe in real life, and create in their own writing can be a challenge.  This is about more than homonyms.  It’s asking students to consider the tone of the piece as well as the topic of their writing.  This  Language of Literature Character Words posted by Jim Burke, may be just the resource to help your student choose sophisticated academic language to say just what they mean.

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