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    Word Choice Help

    Diction: What's In A Word? Today's lesson focuses on diction, the words writers choose to convey their meaning. The smallest change in choice of words can significantly change the tone and meaning of a passage. Today's lesson shows you ...

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    Writing Style Help

    Introduction to Writing Style How a writer puts words together to express meaning is as important as what the writer says. This lesson shows you how to analyze the style of a piece of writing in order to get a better understanding of ...

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    Reading and Writer's Tone Help

    Reading and Writer's Tone The way you perceive a person's tone of voice has a great deal to do with how you understand what that person is saying. The same is true of tone in writing; it's vital to pick up on clues to tone in ...

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    Reading Language and Style Practice Test

    Language and Style Practice Test Review: Reading Point of View Help. Point of view is the perspective from which the ...

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    Finding The Implied Main Idea Help

    Introduction to Finding the Implied Main Idea Oh, the power of suggestion. Advertisers know it well—and so do writers. They know that they can get an idea across to their readers without directly saying it. Instead of providing a topic ...

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    Assuming Causes and Predicting Effects Help

    Introduction to Causes Have you ever regretted just "telling it like it is"? Many times, you can't come right out and say what you'd like, but like writers, you can get your ideas across through implication or inference.

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    Emotional Versus Logical Appeals Help

    The Difference between Logical and Emotional Appeals When writers want to convince people of something or influence them to think a certain way, they generally rely on two means of persuasion: appealing to the reader's sense of logic and appealing to the reader's ...

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    Finding Meaning in Literature Help

    Finding Meaning in Literature Literature (novels, poems, stories, and plays) can be quite intimidating to many readers. In literature, meanings are often implied, and messages and themes are not conveniently housed in a topic sentence. However, no ...

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    Reading and Drawing Conclusions Practice Test

    Reading and Drawing Conclusions Practice Test Today, you'll practice concepts covered in these Study Guides: Finding the Implied Main Idea ...

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    Reading Comprehension Final Practice Test

    Reading Comprehension Final Practice Test The practice test consists of a series of reading passages with questions that follow to test your comprehension. Today, you'll practice concepts covered in these Study Guides:

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