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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Check out these grammar mini-lessons!SEE THE FREE PREVIEWProject these lessons on the SmartBoard as a fill in the blank OR print for a week of warm-upsOr, use as a quiz!Five LessonsThan/Then Affect/Effect
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Grammar, Spelling, Writing
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Key Elements of Sentence Structure Avoiding Fragments, Run-ons, and Comma Splices Introduction Defining, Identifying, and Avoiding - Run-ons / Fused sentences - Comma Splices - Fragments What is a Run-on
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English Language Arts, Grammar, Writing
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8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! ---Foolish Fragments--- Do you know what a complete sentence is? A SENTENCE is made up of one or more words that express a complete thought. A sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period,
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Avoiding Run-on Sentences The length of a sentence has nothing to do with whether or not a sentence is considered a run-on. An over-exuberant, run-off-at-the-mouth, 400-word gorilla of a sentence can be
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Prepositional Phrase - An IntroductionObjectivesStudents should be able to;Recognize prepositionsIdentify prepositional phrases as adjectives or adverbsReduce the wordiness of sentences by changing prepositional
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Note: The PPT uses sentence fragments. You should point these fragments out to students.Sentence FragmentsDon’t write them. Because they are not sentences!What are they?It is an incomplete thought. Usually depends
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English Language Arts, Grammar, Writing
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Remember Please practice utilizing these nine sentence patterns throughout the semester. Good sentence variety keeps writing from becoming dull. Understanding these sentence patterns will improve your ability
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! English Grammar Parts of Speech The Eight Parts of Speech
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! This PPT includes the Sentence Types: A Review A Sentence Defined A group of related words containing a subject and verb and making a complete thought. A Sentence Also, Quiz questions along the way: Is this a
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English Language Arts, Grammar, Writing
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a teacher for 10 years. I taught 7th grade for a year. I have taught 9-12 English General Edu. and English Special Edu. for 9 years. I have also taught and have a degree in history. I have had many preps. during my career which has allowed me to teach a wide variety or novels, literature and standards based assignment. You will find a diverse amount of materials in my store. I have experience in both low-income and affluent schools.

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I use technology and cooperative groupings for all lessons. I make my resources work within a very organized "chunked" structure. I feel that it is important to make items visually appealing, even for high school.

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I have an English License, History License, Special Education License, a Principal License and a Spanish minor.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

West Chester University 3.7 GPA-Bachelors Wilmington University 4.0 GPA -Masters

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I love Special Education BUT I am dedicated to providing my students with the same materials as College Prep courses. My materials are for EVERY student. :-) https://twitter.com/Laura_Conner7

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