The Great We: Analyzing Word Choice and Tone, Part One
Practice using textual details and connotative meanings to help you determine a speaker's/narrator's tone in this two-part interactive tutorial. You'll also analyze the impact of word choices on the meaning and tone of a text. This tutorial series features excerpts from Ayn Rand's dystopian novella Anthem.
Part One should be completed before beginning Part Two. Click HEREto launch Part Two.
Resource ID#: 167938Type: Original Student Tutorial
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