Comparative Textual Analysis: Working With Genre

IB English A: Language & Literature: Comparative Textual Analysis: Working With Genre

Comparative textual analysis is not easy. Certainly, doing comparative textual analysis well is not easy. It requires a lot of modeling on the part of the teacher and scaffolded activities before students can tackle comparative analysis independently and with confidence. In particular, it takes time for students to learn how to show a developed understanding of the ways in which language achieves meaning and effect,...


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