Memoir/Memory Narrative Style Advice: Show Don't Tell

Unit 2: Writing Memoir and a College Application Essay
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT know and/or recognize the distinction between "telling" and "showing."

Big Idea: ... beginning and ending one's writing are often the most important writing skills ...

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English / Language Arts, narrative voice, peer conferencing, Common Application Essay, peer critiquing
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