The Importance of Seeing in Tangerine: Part One

Resource ID#: 191180 Type: Original Student Tutorial

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Subject(s): English Language Arts, English Language Arts (B.E.S.T. - Effective starting 2021-2022)
Grade Level(s): 8
Intended Audience: Students
Instructional Time: 25 Minute(s)
Keywords: English Language Arts, English, Language Arts, Tangerine, Edward Bloor, fiction, young adult novel, YA novel, word choice, characterization, vision versus perception, perceptiveness, words related to sight, vision versus perceptiveness, e learning, e-learning, interactive, perception, sight, vision, perceptiveness, tutorials, perception, seeing, impact of word choice, impact of word choice on meaning, literature, vocabulary
Instructional Component Type(s): Original Student Tutorial

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