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Writing Skills – Descriptive Language
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Writing Skills – Descriptive Language

Practice using descriptive language. Choose a familiar object and take turns describing the object. Describe it in detail, describe it by the use of opposites, and then describe it by comparing it to other things.

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I Let You Win! – Differing Ability Levels

Have you ever played a game with someone younger or less skillful than you and let that person win to make them feel good? This can be a great way to build self-esteem and confidence in someone learning a new skill, but is it always best to let another person win? Isn't learning to lose gracefully an important part of developing sportsmanship?

When is it okay to manipulate the outcome of a situation and when should you let the chips fall where they may?

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