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"The Souls of Young Black Folks" is a short dictionary to introduce students to the world of using "big words", mammoth words, elongated words. Instead of using text to define the words, they are defined using vintage photographs of African American children which will enable the readers to "see" the definitions of the words and will also enable the readers to apply the words more readily since they will have a visual representation. The author is a former educator and was inspired by an affinity for vintage African American photographs and by having read Dr. W.E.B. Dubois' classic, "The Souls of Black Folk" which constantly employs "big words" throughout the book. Vocabulary development is an important element in written and oral communications, and the author often used "big words" when speaking to students by way of example. "The Souls of Young Black Folks" presents an innovative method to motivate students to build their word power and add variety and excitement to their writing and speaking abilities, thus enabling their mastery of the English language.

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ISBN: 9781476146546
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