This is a standard lesson / activity for practicing possessives. 1. Put on the board my ….. – mine. your ….. – yours. his ….. – his. her ….. – hers. its …… – its. our … – ours your … – yours their ….. theirs. 2. Prior to the class while students are waiting, […]
First, hand out a list of sixteen homophone pairs to your students, such as tale and tail, night and knight, ect. These lists can be readily found online or you can make your own. You might need to take some time to explain or review the meanings of words on the list. Next, give each […]
The Society for Technical Communication’s award-winning Technical Literacy Project adapts many real-world science instructions and descriptions for use in high-school science classes. These cases gradually build student writing skills by revising, correcting, or expanding scaffolded, sequenced text samples adapted from practical materials outside the classroom. Such structured technical-writing practice is especially […]
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