Glossary of literary terms - Senior High School
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See here: LitGloss
This resource is designed to provide a structure with which students and educators can contribute to an ongoing glossary of literary terms. It is particularly relevant to the NZC as it combines visual, verbal and written language. The inclusion of 'typical effects' and examples is also an important addition to traditional glossaries and is designed to make it more usable by senior students.
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