Hello, Hello, Hello! Today I'm talking about the Echo, echo, echo! As part of the A to Z challenge.
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Do I hear an Echo?
Echoes are fun and wonderful when they are on purpose, but not so great when they are unintentional.
For Writers: Word Echoes
A word echo is any time a writer unintentionally repeats a phrase, word, or concept. They are really hard to see in your own writing, but usually are blatantly obvious in others' writing. So when a word echo is pointed out you can
For Readers: Engaging Echoes
One fun way to engage an audience when reading aloud is to invite them to echo your words. This works best with books that have refrains, are concept books, or have familiar patterns. You can use this technique in several ways including –
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