Creative Teaching & Learning

Using synaesthetic principles to develop extended writing

Hesitancy about new words, sentence structure and paragraphing often prevents students being adventurous in their creative writing. Marcella McCarthy explains how the use of aural, visual and tactile strategies can bring language to life, increasing student confidence and reinforcing complex writing skills along the way.

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