Zones of Proximity: An Activity for Discussing Tone

IB English A: Language & Literature: Zones of Proximity: An Activity for Discussing Tone

In conducting IOCs with students, you may ask them in follow-up questions to discuss the tone of their extract, particularly if they have not tackled this in their own initial presentation. Students at times find this difficult, and often this difficulty emerges from the challenge of using words precisely to define and describe the tone of the text. In Voice Lessons (reviewed on this site), Nancy Dean describes...


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