Consistency in Style and Tone

Consistency in Style and Tone

Author: Janice Davis

By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • identify the difference between formal and conversational style of writing.
  • use text evidence to prove a specific tone in the writing.


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Consistency in Style and Tone with Mrs. Davis

How can you tell when the style of a writing is formal or conversational? How do you use text evidence to prove a particular tone in the writing? Check out this short video, then complete the homework page, and you'll be an expert!