Use Active and Passive Voice Deliberately to Put Emphasis on the Action or Actor

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While the English language mostly uses the active voice, the passive voice has its place. The video, which you would most likely use as a supplementary material, briefly explains the two voices, provides four reasons to use the passive voice with examples, and models how to revise a short paragraph. The narrator rushes through the material rather quickly, so you might consider the presentation as your primary teaching tool. Included in the presentation are several ideas for guided practice, extension, and assessment. Listen to the coach's commentary for lesson ideas.

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