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Audience, Purpose, and Language Use in Electronic Messages

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Audience, Purpose, and Language Use in Electronic Messages

Grades 6 – 8
Lesson Plan Type Minilesson
Estimated Time 50 minutes
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National Council of Teachers of English

 

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Andrea

September 23, 2014

Charlotte- I haven't used it yet but I plan to. I already plan on breaking it up into a two or three day mini-unit. I feel each objective listed could make for a rich 50-minute class.

 

Charlotte

August 13, 2014

Has anyone used this in the classroom? I would love to hear feedback on any adaptations or tweaks made. I'm wondering if 1 50 minute class is long enough to into, discuss, and complete a task...
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Fabulous lesson idea!

 

 

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