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Download this A4 Printable writing aid - words that describe someone's voice I'm learning to write. Well, I should start that again. I'm learning to write a novel, and write it well. I found that I wa
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Hello again-- The SuperHERO Teacher here to discuss the importance of DIVERSITY!!! The quote, "books are companions, teachers, magicians, and bankers of the treasures of the mind. Books are humanity in print" by Barbara Tuchman comes to mind when I think of building a diverse classroom library. If books are humanity in print, then we, as teachers, need to represent EACH of out students from all walks of life! All of our students are experiencing something different, whether we know about it…
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It's everything I ever needed to become the crotchety old Englishman I've always yearned to be.
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Teaching with games in the classroom is not just “fluff.” Middle school and high school English teachers, learn how you can reinforce core English language arts skills AND engage students with games like Goosechase, Superfight, and more! #highschoolenglish #englishlanguagearts #middleschoolela #ela
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Falling into the hands of English speakers in the 14th century, cadence derives via Middle English and Old Italian from the Latin verb cadere, meaning 'to fall.' (Cadere can be found in the history of
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You can have faith in fidelity, which has existed in English since the 15th century; its etymological path winds back through Middle English and Middle French, eventually arriving at the Latin verb
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Debates are a fantastic way to teach a number of skills to middle school students. They help students to develop the ability to research a topic, work as a team, practice public speaking, and improve their critical thinking skills. For teachers, however, it can be challenging to come up with debate topics for middle school students that are fun, interesting, and engaging. So to help you out, we have put together this list of 50 debate topics for middle school students. Some are fun and…
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