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Titles of Works PowerPoint

Titles of Works PowerPoint
Titles of Works PowerPoint
Titles of Works PowerPoint
Titles of Works PowerPoint
Titles of Works PowerPoint
Titles of Works PowerPoint
Titles of Works PowerPoint
Titles of Works PowerPoint
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Are your students struggling with formatting titles of works? Alleviate their stress (and yours) with this comprehensive, instructional PowerPoint: "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Titles of Works." Presentation addresses each rule for italics versus quotation marks with examples and kid-friendly pictures. Assess your students with a formative/summative review that will let you know their comprehension level. Easy for you - engaging for them!

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Teaching more grammar, punctuation, and literary skills? Check out my other PowerPoints presentations for mini lessons and test prep:

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Fragments and Run Ons PowerPoint
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Terrific Teacher Tip: Use acrostic poetry. Check for understanding by giving students a key word/concept from the lesson. Write it vertically and have them write a detail or descriptor that starts with each of the letters of the key word/concept.

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