Thomas More

Useful Expressions for the Biography ChartThe biography chart is a didactic aid. A student of mine provided this one. It contains essential biographic information about the author. Sentences are not provided because by following the biographic facts and the inputs about the literary production, students can easily make simple sentences, then paragraphs and finally a text.

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In the pages of this site you can find a collection of materials for study and didactic aids, freely available and downloadable. The PDF file down the page is an example thereof.  Feel free to use it. 

It may be used as a compensatory measure for students with dyslexia and as material for study by anyone else. You can enhance your experience by utilizing the interactive biography chart. Additionally, the page featuring useful expressions for biography charts can assist you in developing your own text.

Thomas More's biographic chart covers his lifetime, from 1478 BC to 1535. 

Portrait of Thomas More by Hans Holbein (Public domain)
Portrait of Thomas More by Hans Holbein (Public domain)

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LnT Take a look at the presentation of Utopia. The guide in 6 literary elements will lead you to a better understanding of Thomas More's prose work.

LnT  Don't miss my student's presentation on Thomas More's prose work, which will be accompanied by a detailed map she produced to help bring the story to life. Make sure to watch as she illustrates the map during the presentation.

LnT Listen to the presentation of More's prose work by a student of mine.

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