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Click HERE to Check out my Writing Folder!103 SLIDESWriting Weaknesses PPT includes the following information:Essential QuestionWhat do I look for when I proof read my essay?Students should be able to:Examine the structure of their essays for
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Writing-Expository, Writing, Writing-Essays
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9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
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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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Learn Setting, Conflict, Characters, Characterization, Theme and other Literary Elements of Plot. Check out these details for this item: Literary ElementsWhat parts make up a a story?Story GrammarSettingCharactersPlot
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English Language Arts, Literature, Short Stories
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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Click HERE to Check out my Writing Folder!The AP Language and Composition Exam PowerPoint Includes:StrategiesThe prompt is your friend not your enemy; rely on it. The prompt may seem the most intimidating part of the exam. It likely will ask you a
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Writing-Expository, Writing, Writing-Essays
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This document includes the text, 16 multiple choice questions, and a place to write the answers. Use this as a stand alone assignment, test with text, or test without the text. My store also has a bundle of other Interloper materials at the link
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Vocabulary, Short Stories, Close Reading
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7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
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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 to Check out my Writing Folder! This PPT includes the following information: Concluding Paragraphs Your conclusion is your opportunity to wrap up your essay in a tidy package and bring it home for your reader. Recapitulate what you
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Check out my Writing Folder!This PPT includes:Tone and VoiceIn Writing DefinitionTo the linguist [or speech therapist] “tone” means the quality of sound produced by the voice in uttering words. In a general sense, “tone” is the attitude of the
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Check out the Grammar Review! Subjects and Verbs, Subjects, nouns or pronouns,with examples. Nouns = John, school, manager, etc. Pronouns = I, we, you, he, she, it, they, someone, many, etc. Verbs Action Verbs
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English Language Arts, Grammar, Writing
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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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English Language Arts, Grammar, Writing
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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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English Language Arts, Grammar, Writing
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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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Teach Theme by comparing it to genre. Use examples like Star Wars and the Simpsons to help students identify theme. Click HERE for Readings with Questions!
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English Language Arts, Literature, Informational Text
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This document includes the text, vocabulary, guided reading questions, two writing prompts (one short, one extended), and notes on the plot of the story for the teacher or students. Use these items however you please in your classroom. Break them
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Vocabulary, Short Stories, Close Reading
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7th, 8th, 9th, 10th
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Learn Story Elements: Protagonist Antagonist Setting Conflict Foreshadowing Climax Point of View Check out my other Standards Based Organizers Details about this product: Story Literary Elements Some basics that every good story must have
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English Language Arts, Reading, Literature
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This PPT includes: Introduction Plot - narrator point of view tone protagonist Conflict Rising Action Falling Action Character Descriptions: Ralph, Jack, Piggy, Simon, Roger, Sam and Eric Symbolism Themes
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English Language Arts, Reading, Literature
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The Raven PPT Includes: Description of Theme in The Raven Light and Dark Imagery Symbolism and other Poetic Elements The TEXT in 17 Slides with photos to break it up
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English Language Arts, Literature, Close Reading
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Click HERE for my Grammar Folder! Review the 8 Parts of Speech! Noun, Pronoun, Adjective, Verb, Adverb, Prepositional Phrase, Conjunction, Interjection, Article Example: Noun- The part of speech that is used to name a person, place, thing,
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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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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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