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Sentence builders: "The" (definite article)
Around 30-36 months of age, typically developing children start to use the word “the" before objects and people. “The" is what's known as a “definite article". In English, it's used four main ways:before a particular or definite object, e.g. “the chair" or “the bus";when there is only one object or
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Stage Fright Worksheet and Questions
Ease the feelings of stage fright for your students! This lesson defines stage fright and provides methods for controlling the nervous energy often felt before a performance. Students will also learn the benefits of stage fright and answer questions based on the article to ensure understanding.INCL

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Auditory bombardment: Conjunctions – Unless
At around 48-60 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use ‘unless’ in sentences, e.g. “The boy can't see clearly unless he wears his glasses”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a a
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Auditory Bombardment: Subject-Verb-Complement (Emotions)
At around 24-30 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use subject-verb-complement sentences, e.g. “The boy is happy.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio recording (female v
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Auditory bombardment: Subject-Verb (-ing)
At around 24 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use subject-verb sentences, e.g. “The girl is running.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio recording (female voice, Austr
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Current Events Form and Rubric
Students choose a current events article to read independently, and then they complete this form. I ask all of my fourth grade students to turn one current event assignment each month on their assigned day after presenting their current event to the class (newsroom style -- like they are the news an
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Communication 101: Essays & Speeches
Teens learn to communicate effectively through writing and speaking in Communication 101: Essays and Speeches by Meredith Curtis, a one-credit high school English course. Students read classic essays, write a wide variety of essays, listen to memorable speeches and give a wide variety of speeches, a
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Current Event Speech, Secondary Ed.
*The purpose of this current event speech is to encourage your secondary students to learn about the world around them, share their knowledge with others, and improve their research, writing, and public speaking skills.*Students will need access to computers/internet and a printer. *If you prefer n
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Auditory bombardment: “Can I…?” Questions
At around 36-42 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use “Can I…” questions, e.g. “Can I have a drink?”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio recording (female voice, Austral
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Auditory Bombardment: Subject-Verb-Object (-ing)
At around 24-30 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use subject-verb-object sentences, e.g. “The girl is reading a book.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio recording (fe
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Auditory bombardment: Conjunctions – Because
At around 42-48 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use ‘because’ in sentences, e.g. “The girl is happy because it is her birthday.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio re
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Auditory bombardment: Conjunctions – When
At around 48-60 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use ‘when’ in sentences, e.g. “I like to eat when I am hungry.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio recording (female v
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Auditory bombardment: Conjunctions – While
At around 48-60 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use ‘while’ in sentences, e.g. “The girl ate an ice-cream while she talked to her mother.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4
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Auditory bombardment: Conjunctions – So
At around 48-60 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use ‘so’ in sentences, e.g. “I was thirsty so I had a drink.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio recording (female voi
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Auditory bombardment: Conjunctions – As
At around 48-60 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use ‘as’ in sentences, e.g. “The children listened carefully as the teacher told them a story.”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. Thi
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Auditory bombardment: Conjunctions – Until
At around 48-60 months of age, most typically-developing kids start to use ‘until’ in sentences, e.g. “The sun won't go down until 5.30pm”. But some kids don’t, including many kids with developing language disorders and kids learning English as an additional language. This .m4a audio recording (fema
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How are things the same? (Blanks 3)
At around 48-54 months of age, typically developing children are able to express how objects, people and living things are the same by reference to attributes such as category, function/use, parts, and location. Some people - including people learning English as a second language, people with Autism

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Name something that is X that is not Y
At around 48-54 months of age, typically developing children start to make in/out group distinctions when classifying objects into categories, often based on their knowledge of the world. Some people - including people learning English as an additional language, people with Autism Spectrum Disorder,

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No-Prep High Frequency Irregular Past Tense Verb Narrative Workout Bundle
washad didsaidmadeatecametookbrokestoodspokespentsentleftbuiltknewdrewgrewthrewsleptwentmeantAt around 30-36 months of age, typically developing children start to use irregular past tense verbs such as came, fell, broke, sat, and went in sentences. For many people - including people learning English
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Student Current Event Form
Very few students have the time in their hectic lives to read or watch the news. This product aids students as they breakdown a newspaper article before they present it to the class. Students are given this assignment monthly, so that in a given month they will hear between 20-30 new stories prese
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Bullying Discussion Guide & Activities
Bullying Discussion Guide & Activities These activities can be used during National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, as part of a health curriculum, or to tie into a unit on bullying, differences, or tolerance. The discussion guide will help students begin to think about and discuss myths
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