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Sue Ann Miller

ELA Vocabulary Lesson Ideas - 14 views

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    This blog post shares ideas on how to build vocabulary using a variety of tools.
anonymous

Elementary Test Prep Center- ELA 4 Test - 3 views

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    NYS ELA test prep
Ted Sakshaug

Channel 4 - Twist Our Words - 19 views

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    You drag the words down to a blank space to create a sentence then you get to play it.
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    Make sentances similar to referatior poetry. The words are then recited by video clips.
Ted Sakshaug

Plagiarism - 16 views

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    21st century Information Fluency. What is plagerism
Ted Sakshaug

VocabSushi: The better way to build your vocabulary | Contextual Examples From the Dail... - 21 views

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    Build your vocabulary through never-ending games powered with real-world usage and tailored to your skill level.
Melinda Waffle

7-12 Student Interactives - UEN - 14 views

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    Student Interactives for grades 7-12 (there are links at the bottom for grades K-2 & 3-6)
Melinda Waffle

Shake Film Fest - 8 views

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    Student created films about Shakespeare for all ages
Ted Sakshaug

60 Second Recap | Library - 5 views

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    short videos explaining parts of books. Many listed, many coming, good for ELA and academic support
Ted Sakshaug

Create a font from your own handwriting - fontcapture.com - 22 views

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    At fontcapture.com you can create a font from your very own handwriting. There's no software to download and install, all you need is a printer and a scanner. Simply fill in the font template, scan and upload it to our website, and download your completed font. The fonts you create using fontcapture.com can be used on both Windows and Mac computers.
Mrs. Jepson

Virtual Author Visits in Your Library or Classroom - Skype An Author Network - 0 views

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    The mission of the Skype an Author Network is to provide K-12 teachers and librarians a way to connect authors, books, and young readers through virtual visits.
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    skype with an author!
Ted Sakshaug

brainstormer.swf (application/x-shockwave-flash Object) - 0 views

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    The Brainstormer is a random story idea generator. The Brainstormer has three wheels of words. Each click of the "random" button spins all three wheels. If you're struggling to develop an idea to start a fiction story simply click the "random" button to spin the wheels of the Brainstormer.
Ted Sakshaug

ReadWriteThink: Learning Beyond the Classroom - 0 views

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    activities for teens and children explore reading and writing away from school hours
Ted Sakshaug

Improve your English with WritingDEN! - 1 views

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    Improve your writing. Word of the day, writing prompts, teacher guide
Ted Sakshaug

Great Source iwrite - Students: Grammar Handbook - 0 views

  • Have questions about the mechanics, usage, grammar, and spelling rules while you're editing? View these quick videos for help with a variety of writing rules.
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    Grammar Handbook How to Edit your writing To edit your writing well, you need to understand some basic concepts about writing. Sometimes these concepts are called grammar, mechanics, or conventions. Sometimes they are called rules, but really these rules are just patterns that good writers try to follow so they clearly communicate what they want to say to readers. Anybody can be a good editor. First, you have to know what's important and then you have to reread your work carefully. Everyone-especially teachers-appreciate a writer who rereads and corrects his or her work.
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