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  • In the 1950′s, mass hysteria swept the country through McCarthyism. Arthur Miller wrote “The Crucible”, linking the Salem witch hunts to this mass... In the 1950′s, mass hysteria swept the country through McCarthyism. Arthur Miller wrote “The Crucible”, linking the Salem witch hunts to this mass hysteria. It's a great play, but we could have done without what inspired it...

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  • 22 Maps That Show How Americans Speak English Totally Differently From Each Other

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  • 100 Ways to Improve Your Writing by Gary Provost - This nonfiction book reads like fiction. One of the most inspirational chapters is called,"Write Music." It... 100 Ways to Improve Your Writing by Gary Provost - This nonfiction book reads like fiction. One of the most inspirational chapters is called,"Write Music." It never fails to get students to internalize how varying sentence length impacts readers.

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  • C.S. Lewis

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  • _On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft_, Stephen King

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  • Make a classroom set of these Persuasive Writing and Argument Writing Cheat Sheets to help students understand the essential elements of the two types of... Make a classroom set of these Persuasive Writing and Argument Writing Cheat Sheets to help students understand the essential elements of the two types of essays. Then use a paired activity card to help them internalize the components of The Toulmin Model for Argument. (1.00)

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  • Very detailed and dense intro to Systemic functional Grammar. Great revision tool if you are already familiar with terminology. By Annabelle Lukin. This is part... Very detailed and dense intro to Systemic functional Grammar. Great revision tool if you are already familiar with terminology. By Annabelle Lukin. This is part of a series of lectures by me, Annabelle Lukin, linguist at the Centre for Language in Social Life, Macquarie University. The lectures are designed to accompany An Introduction to Functional Grammar, by Halliday and Matthiessen. Other talks in this series:

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  • About writing and reading

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  • Is there Really a Boy Crisis?

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  • Resource for learning Latin roots to the English language. Links to word lists and FREE online flashcards.

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  • This Common Core aligned syntax bundle includes readings, analysis and quizzes--everything an AP Lang or advanced-level teacher needs to teach syntax! $3.25

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  • Student Centered Interactive e-portfolio

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  • Student Debt and the Crushing of the American Dream

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  • AP English Syntax Bundle

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  • Joliffe's Rhetorical Framework. I use this constantly to prepare kids for analyzing rhetoric on tests like the AP Language Exam.

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  • AP Language Exam Overview PowerPoint

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  • Thesis Statements. English. Language Arts. Essay. Essay Writing. Teaching. Teachers. Writing. Animal Farm. Marxism. Teach. High School.

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  • Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) was a child prodigy who was a major factor of the Northampton Revival. His most famous sermon is “Sinners in the Hands of an... Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) was a child prodigy who was a major factor of the Northampton Revival. His most famous sermon is “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” which had a fiery message but a quiet delivery. He was very focused on sin and salvation.

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  • AP Eng Lang Teaching Resources - Thanks for sharing.

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  • This mini-unit gives an overview to rhetoric and rhetorical analysis with an excerpt from Mary Wollstonecraft’s "A Vindication of the Rights of Women".... This mini-unit gives an overview to rhetoric and rhetorical analysis with an excerpt from Mary Wollstonecraft’s "A Vindication of the Rights of Women". Vocabulary activity, quiz, graphic organizers, writing activity and teacher notes included. $1.50

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  • Teaching debate, argument, persuasion and rhetorical devices in high school using The New York Times

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  • Great poster to get at the notion that science is based on evidence!

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  • This guy has a really interesting approach to teaching AP English 11. I love the idea of using colored markers for notes. He's also against homework and uses a... This guy has a really interesting approach to teaching AP English 11. I love the idea of using colored markers for notes. He's also against homework and uses a workshop approach to teach writing.

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  • pretty much how I felt in every class and on every math test/assignment....

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  • Gatsby Word Cloud: Myrtle Wilson

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  • Why Soldiers Won't Talk by Steinbeck

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  • Beth Revis' lesson on Independent and Dependent Clauses. This just will make so much more sense to my students!

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  • Ernest Hemingways 1954 Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech | . . . some profound words about writing

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