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Voice Lessons: Classroom Activities to Teach Diction, Detail, Imagery, Syntax, and Tone
Voice Lessons: Classroom Activities to Teach Diction, Detail, Imagery, Syntax, and Tone
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Maupin House

Voice Lessons: Classroom Activities to Teach Diction, Detail, Imagery, Syntax, and Tone

Prepare your high school students for AP, IB, and other standardized tests that demand an understanding of the subtle elements that comprise an author's unique voice. Each of the 100 sharply focused, historically and culturally diverse passages from world literature targets a specific component of voice, presenting the elements in short, manageable exercises that function well as class openers. Includes teacher notes and discussion suggestions.   

 
ISBN978-0-929895-35-2
SubjectLanguage Arts, Literacy, Writing
Page Count160
Copyright2000
SeriesMaupin House
Paperback
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$23.95
 


 
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Nancy Dean

Nancy Dean

Nancy Dean, professor emerita at the P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School, University of Florida, is an experienced teacher, literacy coach, and curriculum specialist. Committed to school improvement and meaningful professional development, Nancy has worked extensively with teachers and school leaders in both urban and rural schools throughout the United States. She is the Associate Director for Professional Learning at the National Literacy Project and a national consultant in secondary literacy and literacy leadership. Nancy is a co-author of several books on adolescent literacy and the author of Voice Lessons: Classroom Activities to Teach Diction, Detail, Imagery, Syntax, and Tone and Discovering Voice: Lessons to Teach Reading and Writing of Complex Text.

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