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AI Tone Rewriter - Talarian Sarl

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K to 12
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Change the tone of any email message using the AI Tone Rewriter. Type or paste your email message with up to 2500 characters into the message box, then select the ...more
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Change the tone of any email message using the AI Tone Rewriter. Type or paste your email message with up to 2500 characters into the message box, then select the tone you want for your revised message. Options include many moods, such as neutral, empathetic, optimistic, and more. When finished, click "rewrite email" then scroll down to view suggested possibilities for changing your message's tone and copy the chosen email into your program.

tag(s): artificial intelligence (116), writing (318)

In the Classroom

Use this tool for many classroom and professional uses. For example, when preparing an email to a parent to discuss a student's negative behavior, choose one of the tools, such as optimistic, to rewrite your email in a more encouraging and positive tone. When teaching students how to write with different tones, use the options found on the AI Tone Rewriter to share other examples of tones that convey the same information and content. Before changing the style of an email, ask students to rewrite the information and ask them to compare their example to the one provided using this tool. Ask students to use Genially, reviewed here to create posters that share examples of how to write paragraphs using different tones. Share student posters on your class website for students to refer to during other writing projects.

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