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Creative Ways to Teach Parts of Speech in Middle School and High School

In this article, you'll find tips for reviewing or teaching parts of speech in middle school and high school. Plus, download five creative printables for your classroom. ...
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Presentations: Tips for Improving Speaking and Listening Skills

I am a great admirer of eloquent speakers. I watch TED Talks in awe, closely examining the speaker’s wardrobe, hand motions, and movement across the stage. What I do the...
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Subject and Object Pronouns Worksheets for Students

When writing, clarity is key. It is important for students to understand how the proper use of a pronoun will clarify to readers what noun the writer is talking about. Use...
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Grammar Terms Crossword Puzzle Game, Grades 6–12

With testing season on the horizon, I've been taking inventory of my "go-to" grammar games and activities. Because students work at different speeds, I like to have grammar...
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4 Tips for Making Grammar Instruction Meaningful and Enjoyable

Grammar teachers everywhere struggle to keep students engaged and interested while teaching the technical side of language. Dangling participles and superlatives may sound...
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Parallel Structure Grammar Practice, Grades 6–12

Today's grammar worksheets focus on key CCSS Language Standards L.9-10.1.A Visuals are a great way to engage student thinking. Below is a simple grammar exercise to teach...
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Pronoun Practice Activity for Students, Grades 6–12

Humor is a wonderful element in any classroom. Misplaced pronouns are a common error, and albeit humorous, misplaced pronouns can lead to ambiguity and confusion in writing....
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Common Core Grammar & Writing Exercises, Grades 3–12

Teachers are not alone in the time of the CCSS! The Common Core State Standards are a set of educational goals with a synergistic approach. Standards provide a common...
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