Harriet Tubman: Using Precise Adjectives

It's never too soon to encourage young writers to broaden their descriptive lexicon beyond good, great, and awesome. A short passage about Harriet Tubman for elementary scholars features clear, precise adjectives. The attached graphic organizer propels readers from identifying precise adjectives in the text to developing engaging vocabulary about a person of their choice.

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