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mnemonic devices for teaching Coordinating, Correlative, and Subordinating Conjunctions

mnemonic devices for teaching Coordinating, Correlative, and Subordinating Conjunctions

Conventions- passive voice; I was a tutor last semester, and this was on my desk one morning...

I was a tutor last semester, and this was on my desk one morning...

Conventions- passive voice; I was a tutor last semester, and this was on my desk one morning...

This would be so fun to have as a classroom poster to help students remember parts of speech.

I'm so adjective

This would be so fun to have as a classroom poster to help students remember parts of speech.

This quick handout will help your students remember the subordinate conjunctions with a quick and easy mnemonic. Great for interactive notebooks, resource folders, or anchor chart. Thumbnail does not show full product.

This quick handout will help your students remember the subordinate conjunctions with a quick and easy mnemonic. Great for interactive notebooks, resource folders, or anchor chart. Thumbnail does not show full product.

Growing up in school, I was never a writer. I just had no idea what to write, and I didn't use extensive vocabulary when I did have to write. I feel this is because I was never really taught how to...

Growing up in school, I was never a writer. I just had no idea what to write, and I didn't use extensive vocabulary when I did have to write. I feel this is because I was never really taught how to...

"Myth #1: High school English teachers sit around all day reading and discussing great literature, and crafting Romeo and Juliet lesson plans.    Truth #1: High school English teachers sit around all day reading Sarah, Felipe, and Nick's crappy essays. English teachers have no time to read, except in the summer. In fact, if you love reading, become a Math teacher."    So true.

"Myth #1: High school English teachers sit around all day reading and discussing great literature, and crafting Romeo and Juliet lesson plans. Truth #1: High school English teachers sit around all day reading Sarah, Felipe, and Nick's crappy essays. English teachers have no time to read, except in the summer. In fact, if you love reading, become a Math teacher." So true.

Grammar crackers website... A variety of grammar lessons - great for weekly lessons; includes brief lesson at beginning, model examples, and several practice questions.

Grammar crackers website... A variety of grammar lessons - great for weekly lessons; includes brief lesson at beginning, model examples, and several practice questions.

FREE Grammar Printable - The Home School Scientist

FREE Grammar Printable (The Home School Scientist)

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