Included: a Google SLIDES Interactive Activity...
So you're READING YOUR STUDENTS' writing and they’re a little… well—BORING.
GOOD WRITERS show--they write to imply.
Using an easy REVISION METHOD, students learn how to write to SHOW (writing to imply so the reader can INFER) vs TELL.(writing LITERALLY).
If you can write to imply--then you can read to infer.
Let the fun begin!
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