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Writing with Voice

by Tom Romano

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Writing with Voice

Grades 5 – 9
Type Journal
Published December 2003
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

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"Voice" is one of the least concrete elements of good writing, and yet it is also one of the most important. Helping students find a balance between the "gush" of ideas and words and the "long-thinking" of reflection and craft, Tom Romano leads students to allow themselves creative freedom while developing the patience to hone that first rush into a tight and effective piece of writing with voice.

 

Romano, Tom. "Writing with Voice." Voices from the Middle 11.2 (December 2003): 50-55.

 

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