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Always know who or what your pronoun is supposed to be referring to.  If you don’t, it may get you in a lot of trouble.

Help your high school students sharpen the close reading skills they need with this FREE handout. #highschoolEnglish

Think about your audience…that will make a difference on HOW you organize your information.

This will challenge your knowledge about “possessive” pronouns. The last part of our swirl.

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Debate Unit: Introduction for Secondary ELA

Full ELA Debate Unit assessing CCSS standards for informational text reading, argumentative writing, and speaking! Small group format and student choice gives a "no stage fright" experience to engage friendly competition! Also includes flipped-classroom vocabulary and 46 pages of lessons, readings, examples, and rubrics!

What does the word “vague” mean?  It is very simple.  It means that you don’t know exactly what the meaning is. This happens a lot when we write with pronouns.  We think everyone who reads our sentences knows what/who the pronoun(s) are referring to.  We are not specific enough with our writing, and readers become confused. This short document gives you some great examples on vague pronouns. Source:  <""

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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Reading Quiz Set

Students can't get away with only reading online summaries with this quiz set! Get 31 one-page quizzes and corresponding answer keys for just $3!

A research project should prompt you to ask questions. No, this is not a “school” project, but it could be. She could have made this video for a psychology class or maybe an English class about self-expression. However, there is one thing it does do that is important not only for research projects but for life. It makes you ask questions. Questioning is a great place to start any project. It guides your research and ultimately the final outcome.

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Nonfiction Close Reading Lesson on Hot Topics: Acceptable Coach Behavior

Informational Text Close Reading Compare/Contrast {Nonfiction info text} basketball march madness