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Writing With Connotation

Writing With Connotation

Language is filled with shades of meaning! Get middle schoolers talking about the nuance and connotation of words and how they affect the meaning of a sentence with this helpful worksheet. In Writing With Connotation, learners will read a variety of sentences and categorize each underlined word as having a positive or negative connotation. Then they’ll use a thesaurus or dictionary to help them find a replacement word that changes the connotation of the sentence. For more targeted connotations practice, check out the Positive and Negative Connotations worksheet.

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