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Useful Phrases!

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by Englishteacherish, Oct 16, 2015.

  1. Englishteacherish

    Englishteacherish New commenter

    Hello everyone, esteemed teachers, support staff in all subjects.

    I'm looking to put together a literacy support resource and was hoping for a bit of input. I would really appreciate it if anyone could post in the comments any particularly useful phrases or words for their subject. In English it's things like: "This evidence suggests that..." "From the writer's use of the word... we can infer..." You know, those things you end up writing forty times a day to get kids started on the next section of analysis or explanation.

    Any or all phrases and words gratefully received. If and when this becomes a helpful/life changing/time saving text I will of course post it in Resources to great fanfare.

    Many Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Kartoshka

    Kartoshka Established commenter

    I still remember such phrases as "This can be juxtaposed against..." from my school essays!
     

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