Normally we use Comparative Judgement to assess children's writing. What about published novels?
Great fun and still serious. Thanks and happy hols. One point: Brits don’t read that much non-English literature. Shame. And why is there no A level called World Lit? Translations these days are amazing
What a clever use of this tool. Thank you for sharing.
That's funny because I was always told that we don't want to fall into the trap of making comparative judgements. It's inevitable that we do do it, but am curious as to why it would be seen as practice. Maybe the webinar will make it all clear.
Also with any of these style rules, we can take them too far. Walking quickly as a description seems quite precise and might be good in context. Lots of adverbs will slug the work down, but not using them won't automatically generate good writing. Sprinting is not walking quickly!
It’s amazing. I asked ChatGPT this question and it more or less came up with the same lines! 😂