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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Quotation Mark PowerPoint
End Marks PowerPoint
Fragments and Run Ons PowerPoint
Parts of Speech PowerPoint
Mood versus Tone PowerPoint
Context Clue 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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