The lesson and Google Slides Presentation/PowerPoint will teach your students: -How to create an in-text citation with and without an author's name. -How to lead into or out of a quote with the student's own words. -How to pepper a quote, and so much more! Secondary ELA
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Greek and Latin Roots Interactive Notebook: This Interactive Vocabulary Notebook is full of dynamic activities for teaching Greek and Latin roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Please see the preview file for a list of the specific roots, prefixes, and suffixes included! These interactive notebook activities can be used along with ANY vocabulary program - teach them in whatever order you like. Or, I've included a suggested pacing guide broken down by weeks for 36 weeks
The Guide to Common Fallacies - by PBS Idea Channel A great playlist of videos produced by PBS Idea Channel, that covers and explains common logical fallacies that are often found in debates. Whether you're showing an opponent why they suck at debating or you're sharpening your own debate skills, this is a great miniseries!